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APR Rates

The NCAA has released their numbers for the Academic Progress Rates. Here's some more information on what the APR is, and how it is calculated.

Basically, a team's score is calculated out of 1000, and a score of 925 or lower could be subject to penalties eventually. This is only the third year, so teams that fall below the 925 mark can benefit from a "squad-size adjustment," meaning they won't face penalties this year.

For the third straight year, college hockey did very well. The overall NCAA average was 970, with only two programs, Alaska-Anchorage and RIT falling below the 925 mark. Harvard, Yale, RPI, Holy Cross, and Sacred Heart all had perfect scores of 1000.

Jon Oman of Michigan Tech was kind enough to compile the numbers for every NCAA hockey team, which you can view here.