Found June 20, 2012 on Inside the Hall:
Indiana basketball’s multi-year Academic Progress Rate (APR) score continues to rise under Tom Crean, according to data released Tuesday by the NCAA. (APR scores for every NCAA institution are available here.) Crean inherited a multi-year APR score of 866 from Kelvin Sampson and thanks to single year scores of 975 in 2008-2009, 1000 in 2009-2010 and 1000 in 2010-2011, the latest multi-year score now sits at 952. Under new NCAA rules, the Hoosiers would have been declared ineligible for postseason play with a score of 866. Ten men’s basketball teams, including Connecticut, were below the threshold of 900 now required to participate in postseason play. Programs with a cumulative score of under 925 can also incur other penalties. The full release detailing the latest APR scores for all sports programs at IU is available after the jump. With seven teams earning a perfect 1,000 APR for the 2010-11 academic year, Indiana University’s 24 sports comfortably exceed NCAA required standards...
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