For a league-record 38th time, Hope College has claimed the Michigan Intercollegiate Athletic Association Commissioner’s Cup all-sports trophy after finishing the 2021-22 academic year with 155 points.

The MIAA Commissioner's Cup is based on the cumulative performance of each member school in 18 of the league's sports for men and women. Hope has earned 22 more MIAA Commissioner's Cups than any other member school.

Hope swept the all-sport championship titles with the women’s teams totaling 78.5 points and the men’s teams earning 76.5 points.

In all, Hope won a school-record 12 MIAA regular-season championships in team sports.

On the women’s side, Hope collected outright league titles in cross country, golf, volleyball, swimming and diving, tennis and outdoor track and field, while sharing the MIAA crown in women’s basketball.

The Flying Dutch also placed runner-up in indoor track and field and softball, and tied for second in soccer and lacrosse.  

On the men’s side, Hope won outright league championships in basketball, swimming and diving, baseball and lacrosse, while sharing the MIAA title in football.

The Flying Dutchmen also finished runner-up in cross country, golf, tennis, outdoor track and field, third in soccer, and fifth in indoor track and field.

Hope last claimed the MIAA Commissioner’s Cup during the 2018-19 academic year. No Commissioner’s Cups were awarded in 2019-20 and 2020-21 due to the COVID-19 pandemic.