Arizona Wildcats: Football graduation rate best in Pac-12

2013-06-11T20:10:00Z 2013-06-11T20:14:38Z Arizona Wildcats: Football graduation rate best in Pac-12Patrick Finley Arizona Daily Star Arizona Daily Star
June 11, 2013 8:10 pm  • 

In their first year under coach Rich Rodriguez, the Arizona Wildcats had a better graduation rate than every other football team in the Pac-12.

The NCAA’s Academic Progress Rate, released Tuesday, showed the UA’s score of 980 topped the next-closest conference teams, UCLA and Stanford, which were tied at 978.

APR is calculated each year based on a team’s player eligibility, graduation and retention rates.

The UA men’s basketball team was one of four schools — Washington, Stanford and Arizona State were the others — atop the Pac-12 with a score of 1,000 over the past year.


Read this entire article in Wednesday's Arizona Daily Star.


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