Wednesday, April 20, 2016

UConn football program records highest APR score

Not only did Bob Diaco get the UConn football program back into a bowl game for the first time since the 2010 season but the Huskies set a program mark with an Academic Progress Rate score of 990 for the 2014-15 academic year.

UConn also has a multi-year APR of 969, the best number since 2005. Central Florida and Navy top the AAC teams with multi-year scores of 983 and 982 followed by Temple (971), Tulane (970), UConn, Memphis (968) and Cincinnati (967). Just using the 2014-15 numbers, Navy (997) leads the way followed by UCF (993), UConn, Memphis (984) and Temple (980).

Here are some other highlights courtesy of the release sent out by UConn

The UConn women’s basketball team, which has won four NCAA national championships in row, posted a 983 score multi-year APR.

The Husky men’s basketball team had an outstanding 978 multi-year APR score, which included the NCAA national championship season of 2013-14. 

The UConn field hockey team, which won a pair of NCAA Championships (2013 and ’14) during this four-year period, had a perfect 1000 score.
The field hockey, the men’s and women’s tennis and golf teams all had perfect 1000 multiyear APR scores while baseball, men’s and women’s cross country, field hockey, golf, men’s ice hockey, men’s swimming and diving, softball and women’s tennis had perfect scores during the 2014-15 academic year.
A 994 four-year score for the women's lacrosse team, which made its first-ever appearance in the NCAA tournament in 2013.
A multi-year score of 990 for men's ice hockey with a second-consecutive perfect 1000 in 2014-15 as the team made the transition to Hockey East.

A 974 four-year mark by men's soccer as the team made three-straight appearances in the NCAA tournament quarterfinals.
A 996 four-year mark by women’s soccer and 989 single-year mark during a time in which the team made an appearance in the NCAA Championship.


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