After being tied with Cedarville College in the race for the first Great Midwest Athletic Conference (G-MAC) Presidents’ Cup, Trevecca broke the tie at the baseball championship and received the G-MAC Presidents’ Cup, presented during the G-MAC Spring Joint Council Meeting on the campus of Ursuline College.
Throughout the year Cedarville University, Central State University, Trevecca Nazarene University, Urbana University, and Ursuline College fought to earn Presidents’ Cup points through their performances at the twelve G-MAC Championships.
The race for the 2013 Presidents’ Cup came down to the 2013 baseball championship at Trevecca, the final G-MAC Championship game. After a loss and its move to the losers’ bracket, Trevecca had to win three games—two against Cedarville, the school with which it was tied for the cup. Trevecca prevailed in the three games, broke the tie with Cedarville, and claimed the 2013 G-MAC Presidents’ Cup.
Trevecca’s championship record is the following: won the women’s soccer championship, men’s and women’s golf, softball, and baseball; and finished second in men’s and women’s cross country, women’s volleyball, women’s and men’s basketball. Other than Trevecca and Cedarville, the only other school to win championships was Urbana (men’s soccer championship and the women’s basketball championship).
The G-MAC Presidents’ Cup bears name plates with a quick response code (QR code or bar code) for each winner; scanning a QR code takes a person directly to the Trevecca Presidents’ Cup Championship web page.