For the second consecutive year, Colorado Mesa University has claimed the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference All-Sports Competition Cup.

The RMAC All-Sports Competition Cup is given to the school that accumulates the most points over the year based on its teams' outcome in the RMAC's four core sports, along with six wild card sports. The four core sports are football or men's soccer, men's basketball, women's basketball and volleyball.

The Mavericks won five RMAC Championships in 2014-15 including men's soccer, volleyball, women's basketball, wrestling and baseball. Additionally, they sent individuals and teams to nine NCAA tournaments.

CMU won the cup with 904 points, while Colorado School of Mines was the runner-up with 834 points.

Colorado Mesa will be presented with the RMAC All-Sports Competition Cup during the 2015 RMAC Hall of Fame & Awards Ceremony on Friday, July 24 at the Colorado Springs Marriott Hotel.