Beville Cup Sponsored By ARAMARK

In order to promote and enhance the rivalry between Anderson University and Erskine College, the Anderson-Erskine Cup Sponsored By ARAMARK was established in the fall of 2003.

Each academic year, each sport will be worth one point, while baseball and softball will be worth one-half point per contest. Additionally, 1.5 points will be awarded to the school with the highest graduation rate and 1.0 point will be awarded the school with the highest percentage of its student-athletes (in the 13 selected sports) named Conference All-Academic.
  
Within each sport, the team winning the most head-to-head meetings during the season will win the point. In cross country the finish in the Regional Championship will determine the points. Both men’s and women’s golf will be determined by a dual tournament. If head-to-head meetings are tied, each school divide the points evenly.

There will be a total of 15.5 points available, so the team that claims at least eight points will win the Cup. (Note that Erskine will not sponsor men's cross country` in 2017, so the total point value for the 2017-18 academic year will be 14.5)  

 In the past, tie scores were broken by:
  ... the school winning the most head-to-head regular-season games with the Regional Championship used for cross country; if tie remains then
 ... the school winning the most head-to-head post-season games; if the tie remains then
 ... a cook off between the ARAMARK staffs at Anderson and Erskine

The Anderson-Erskine Cup was changed to the ‘Beville Cup” in the spring of 2007 in honor of Bobby and Susie Beville. Susie Beville was a graduate of Anderson College and Erskine College, where she played softball. Susie Beville passed away in the summer of 2004. Her husband Bobby played baseball both at AU and Erskine and went on to serve as baseball coach at Anderson before becoming the athletics director for 10 years. He left AU in 2007 to work for the Anderson City Parks and Recreation Department.
 
In 2008, the Beville family announced the school that wins the Cup will receive a $1,000 donation and an additional donation has been committed by the Cobb Oxford family.
 
The Beville Cup Sponsored By ARAMARK will be awarded to the winning school during the school’s spring athletic banquet and will remain with the winning school for one year.

2017-2018 Beville Cup Sponsored By ARAMARK

Academic No. 1 AU EC Score
2016 Academic Success Rate (1.5 points)  73  84 AU 0, EC 1.5 
Fall Results      
Women's Soccer (1.0 point) AU EC Overall Score
Oct. 11 at Erskine  0  1 EC 2.5, AU 0 
Volleyball (1.0 point) AU EC Overall Score
Sept. 19 at Erskine 3 0 EC 2.5, AU 1 
Men's Soccer (1.0 point) AU EC Overall Score
Sept. 27 at Erskine 2 3 EC 3.5, AU 1 
Men's Cross Country (1.0 point) AU EC Overall Score
Nov. 4 NCAA Southeast Regionals at Wingate  N/A  N/A  EC 3.5, AU 1
Women's Cross Country (1.0 point) AU EC Overall Score
Nov. 4 NCAA Southeast Regionals at Wingate  2nd     EC 3.5, AU 2 
Winter Results      
Women's Basketball (1.0 point) AU EC Overall Score
Nov. 18 at Erskine  84  42  EC 3.5, AU 3
Men's Basketball (1.0 point) AU EC Overall Score
Nov. 18 at Erskine  45  48  EC 4.5, AU 3
Academic No. 2 AU EC Overall Score
Percentage of Student-Athletes Named Conference All-Academic (1.0 point)  58.1  39.3  EC 4.5, AU 4
Spring Results      
Baseball (0.5 point) AU EC Overall Score
Feb. 27 at Erskine  2  6  EC 5.0, AU 4.0
Baseball (0.5 point) AU EC Overall Score
April 23 at Anderson  4 5  AU 4.0, EC 5.5
Men's Golf (1.0 point) AU EC Overall Score
April 20 at Stoney Point  1.0 0 AU 5, EC 5.5
Women's Golf (1.0 point) AU EC Overall Score
April 20 at Stoney Point  .5 .5  AU 5.5, EC 6
Softball (0.5 point) AU EC Overall Score
March 9 at Erskine  1  3 EC 6.5, AU 5.5
Softball (0.5 point) AU EC Overall Score
March 9 at Erskine  0  3  EC 7.0, AU 5.5
Men's Tennis (1.0 point) AU EC Overall Score
March 12 at Erskine  9 0  EC 7.0, AU 6.5
Women's Tennis (1.0 point) AU EC Overall Score
April 10 at Anderson  9  0  AU 7.5, EC 7.0

 

Recent History

Results
2003-04: Anderson 19, Erskine 13
2004-05: Erskine 19.5, Anderson 12.5
2005-06: Erskine 18.5, Anderson 13.5
2006-07: Anderson 20, Erskine 12
2007-08: Anderson 20, Erskine 12
2008-09: Erskine 16.5, Anderson 15.5
2009-10: Anderson 20, Erskine 18
2010-11: Anderson 10.5, Erskine 9.5
2011-12: Erskine 9.5, Anderson 9.0 
2012-13: Anderson 9.25, Erskine 6.25
2013-14: Anderson 12, Erskine 3.5
2014-15: Anderson 9, Erskine 3.5
2015-16: Anderson 8.5, Erskine 7.0
2016-17: Anderson 12.0, Erskine 3.5
2017-18: Anderson 7.5, Erskine 7.0