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Cheney Cup Recipients

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The Cheney Cup is awarded to the undergraduate chapter which demonstrates the greatest all-around efficiency in scholarship, fraternity relationships, and general collegiate activities. It was presented to the Fraternity at the 65th Ekklesia in 1913 by Archon President Orion H. Cheney (New York 1897).

The Cup was designed by Tiffany and Co., New York. Around the rim is the inscription, "Awarded each year to the chapter of Phi Gamma Delta attaining the highest efficiency in the conduct of its affairs."

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1913-14 - Allegheny College
1914-15 - University of Illinois
1915-16 - Bucknell University
1916-17 - University of Oregon
1917-18 - No Award Because of World War I
1918-19 - University of Virginia
1919-20 - University of Washington
1920-21 - Worcester Polytechnic Institute
1921-22 - University of Illinois (2nd)
1922-23 - University of Wisconsin
1923-24 - Iowa State University
1924-25 - Dartmouth College
1925-26 - Allegheny College (2nd)
1926-27 - DePauw University
1927-28 - University of Illinois (3rd)
1928-29 - University of Oklahoma
1929-30 - University of Missouri
1930-31 - University of Oklahoma (2nd)
1931-32 - University of Tennessee
1932-33 - University of Washington (2nd)
1933-34 - University of Oklahoma (3rd)
1934-35 - Pennsylvania State University
1935-36 - University of Pennsylvania
1936-37 - University of Idaho
1937-38 - Davidson College
1938-39 - Purdue University
1939-40 - University of Oklahoma (4th)
1940-41 - Indiana University
1941-42 - Wabash College
1942-46 - No Awards Because of World War II
1946-47 - University of California at Los Angeles
1947-48 - Purdue University (2nd)
1948-49 - University of Texas
1949-50 - University of Kansas
1950-51 - Wabash College (2nd)
1951-52 - University of Texas (2nd)
1952-53 - University of Michigan
1953-54 - Ohio Wesleyan University
1954-55 - Indiana University (2nd)
1955-56 - University of Arizona
1956-57 - Rutgers University
1957-58 - University of Washington (3rd)
1958-59 - University of Arizona (2nd)
1959-60 - Knox College
1960-61 - University of Arizona (3rd)
1961-62 - Indiana University (3rd)
1962-63 - Louisiana State University
1963-64 - University of Arizona (4th)
1964-65 - Indiana University (4th)
1965-66 - Southern Methodist University
1966-67 - Southern Methodist University (2nd)
1967-68 - Southern Methodist University (3rd)
1968-69 - University of Idaho (2nd)
1969-70 - University of Arizona (5th)
1970-71 - Indiana University (5th)
1971-72 - Worcester Polytechnic Institute (2nd)
1972-73 - University of Georgia
1973-74 - University of Georgia (2nd)
1974-75 - Southern Methodist University (4th)
1975-76 - Georgia Institute of Technology
1976-77 - Auburn University
1977-78 - University of Georgia (3rd)
1978-79 - University of Georgia (4th)
1979-80 - Mississippi State University
1980-81 - Mississippi State University (2nd)
1981-82 - University of Georgia (5th)
1982-83 - Indiana University (6th)
1983-84 - University of Kansas (2nd)
1984-85 - University of Georgia (6th)
1985-86 - University of Washington (4th)
1986-87 - Indiana University (7th)
1987-88 - Indiana University (8th)
1988-89 - University of Washington (5th)
1989-90 - University of Akron
1990-91 - New York University
1991-92 - University of Washington (6th)
1992-93 - University of Washington (7th)
1993-94 - New York University (2nd)
1994-95 - New York University (3rd)
1995-96 - Indiana University (9th)
1996-97 - Texas Tech University
1997-98 - University of Georgia (7th)
1998-99 - University of Georgia (8th)
1999-00 - University of Washington (8th)
2000-01 - University of Washington (9th)
2001-02 - University of Georgia (9th)
2002-03 - University of Georgia (10th)
2003-04 - University of Georgia (11th)
2004-05 - University of Georgia (12th)
2005-06 - University of Washington (10th)
2006-07 - University of Virginia
2007-08 - University of Virginia (2nd)
2008-09 - Tennessee Tech University
2009-10 - University of Washington (11th)
2010-11 - Western Kentucky University
2011-12 - University of Georgia (13th)
2012-13 - Western Kentucky University (2nd)
2013-14 - Ball State University 
2014-15 - Western Kentucky University (3rd)
2015-16 - Georgia Institute of Technology (2nd)
2016-17 - University of Georgia (14th)
2017-18 - University of Washington (12th)

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