The NCAA released its most updated Academic Progress Rate numbers on Tuesday, and all University of Washington teams are again well above the threshold needed to avoid penalties.
The football team increased its 4-year rolling average to 977 (up from 967 a year ago), after posting a single-year score of 972 in 2013-14. That’s good for second in the Pac-12, behind only Stanford (987).
And the basketball team holds steady at fourth in the conference with a four-year rolling average of 984 — same as last year — which is behind the perfect scores (1000) of Stanford, Arizona and Arizona State. UW’s single-year 2013-14 score was 979.
The four-year averages of UW’s football and men’s basketball teams are well above the national average. That and more — including a more detailed explanation of APR calculations — can be found in the NCAA’s official release.
And here’s how the rest of the Pac-12 fared (multi-year rates): Read more »