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NCAA honors 2 UH teams for academic performance

By Star-Advertiser staff


The University of Hawaii's women's cross country and men's basketball teams have been honored by the NCAA for academic performance.

They received NCAA Public Recognition Awards for standing in the top 10 percent in Academic Progress Rates through the 2010-11 academic year, according to the NCAA website.

Women's cross country had a perfect score of 1,000 while men's basketball posted a 990. The figures take in a four-year period (2007-'08, 2008-'09, 2009-'10 and 2010-'11) and help measure eligibility and retention of scholarship athletes.

The Division I APR average was 973, the NCAA said.


Here are the four-year Academic Progress Rate scores for all UH sports: 

Cross country .... 1,000

Men's basketball .... 990

Women's swimming .... 989

Indoor track .... 986

Outdoor track .... 986

Women's volleyball .... 985

Softball .... 980

Soccer .... 980

Men's swim .... 978

Baseball.... 974

Women's tennis .... 973

Women's basketball .... 966

Men's golf .... 963

Men's tennis .... 958

Water polo .... 953

Football .... 951

Women's golf .... 950

Men's volleyball .... 944


Source: NCAA.

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