ALBANY, N.Y. -- The NCAA released the latest Academic
Progress Rates (APR) for all teams in all sports, and ECAC Hockey
programs highlight the rankings in ice hockey. Brown led the way
netting perfect scores of 1,000 for men and women - the only NCAA
ice hockey program in the nation to attain such a feat.
Three men’s (Brown, Dartmouth and Princeton) and two women’s (Brown and Colgate) programs earned perfect scores of 1,000. Ten league men’s programs totaled scores of 990 or better; and eight women’s programs scored 990 or better. Overall, 20 men’s programs nationally scored 990 or better, with one-half (10) of those programs residing in ECAC Hockey. A total of 17 women’s programs posted scores of 990 or better, with nearly one-half (eight) coming from ECAC Hockey.
Brown, Dartmouth and Princeton led the way among men’s programs with perfect scores of 1,000. Brown posted its fifth consecutive perfect score, while Princeton’s score of 1,000 is its third consecutive, and Dartmouth attains the highest score for the second consecutive time. The Brown women were perfect for the third consecutive year, and Colgate garnered its second consecutive score of 1,000.
Clarkson (991), Colgate (996), Harvard (998), Rensselaer
(994), St. Lawrence (994), Union (995) and Yale (998) joined the
men’s trio of Brown, Dartmouth and Princeton in securing
marks of 990 or better. Cornell posted a mark of 988, and
Quinnipiac a score of 983.
Cornell (991), Harvard (994), Princeton (997), Rensselaer (993), Union (992) and Yale (994) joined Brown and Colgate among women’s programs posting scores of 990 or better. Clarkson (987), Dartmouth (983), Quinnipiac (959) and St. Lawrence (986) rounded out the remaining league scores.
The most recent APRs are multi-year rates based on scores from the 2008-09, 2009-10, 2010-11 and 2011-12 academic years.
The APR provides a real-time look at a team's academic success each semester by tracking the academic progress of each student-athlete on scholarship. The APR accounts for eligibility, retention and graduation and provides a measure of each team's academic performance. Through its innovative APR, which provides an annual scorecard of academic achievement, the NCAA tracks the classroom performance of student-athletes on every Division I sports team.