The university sponsors 17 varsity sports including two that compete at the NCAA Division I level (men’s and women’s fencing). The additional 15 sports are baseball, football, golf, softball, men’s and women’s basketball, men’s and women’s swimming/diving, men’s and women’s tennis, women’s volleyball, and women’s indoor/outdoor track. The nickname of Wayne State’s intercollegiate teams is “Warriors.” All of Wayne State’s teams, except fencing (Midwest Fencing Conference), participate in the Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Conference. Since 1918, WSU’s athletic teams have featured 485 All-Americans, 11 NCAA [remove Division I] Team Championships, 592 Academic All-Americans and 78 NCAA individual national champions. The cumulative grade-point average of all student-athletes is 3.08, and the graduation rate is 26 percent above a comparable campus population. Wayne State University’s 11 best finishes in the prestigious NACDA Cup standings (which measures the overall competitive success of athletic programs around the country) have occurred in the past 11 years, including the university’s two highest-ever marks (11th in 2009 and 21st in 2010).