The small cap market was relatively flat this past week, but within the Adirondack Cup, we had some big movers.  Bryn Mawr has taken the lead, thanks to an earnings beat for one of its top positions.  Buffalo State is holding steady and newcomer Rhode Island College moved into 3rd.  After a slow start out of the gates, Binghamton made the most significant advancement, moving up 14 spots to the Top 10.

Below are the current standings of the Adirondack Cup.  These returns are since inception (October 16, 2017).

Current Standing Total Return
1      (14) Bryn Mawr College 5.84%
2        (3) Buffalo State 4.31%
3      (11) Rhode Island College 3.90%
4        (4) Siena College 3.54%
5        (2) Skidmore College 3.05%
6      (13) St. Lawrence University 2.40%
7      (21) Binghamton University 1.65%
8        (8) State University of New York at Plattsburgh 1.06%
9        (7) Wesleyan University 0.97%
10      (10) St. John Fisher College 0.91%
11        (6) University at Albany, State University of New York 0.19%
12      (12) Hofstra University 0.19%
13        (5) University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee -0.09%
14      (17) Clarkson University -1.18%
15      (18) Penn State Behrend -1.78%
16      (19) The College of St. Rose -2.05%
17      (16) Ithaca College -2.81%
18        (1) Temple University -3.87%
19        (9) State University of New York at Geneseo -3.93%
20      (23) The College at Brockport, State University of New York -4.22%
21      (15) Stonehill College -5.17%
22      (20) Southern Vermont College -5.77%
23      (22) Saunders College of Business at RIT -5.93%
24      (24) Nazareth College -10.14%
Russell 2000 Index 0.39%
Adirondack Cup Aggregated -0.79%
() Denotes prior week’s standing