- Andrea Adelson, College Football
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The NCAA released its full academic progress rates today, and six non-AQ schools are faced with losing scholarships for poor academic performance.
ULM lost seven scholarships, while UTEP and Akron each lost four; FAU lost three and Idaho lost one. FIU also lost one after failing to meet conditions that would have waived the reduction.
Each Division I team calculates its APR each academic year, based on the eligibility and retention of each scholarship student-athlete. Teams scoring below certain thresholds can face penalties, including scholarship losses and restrictions on practice and competition. Rates are based on the past four years’ performance.
The NCAA announced last week that 14 schools had been honored with Public Recognition Awards for being in the top 10 percent of their sports with their APR scores. Air Force, Boise State, Middle Tennessee, Navy, Northern Illinois and Rice were the non-AQ schools recognized.
Here is a complete list of the non-AQ conferences and how their schools did. I have listed the schools based on the conference they played in for 2009-10.
East Carolina 943
Southern Miss 928
UTEP 918 -- lost four scholarships
Northern Illinois 987
Miami (Ohio) 970
Western Michigan 963
Central Michigan 943
Ball State 942
Kent State 942
Bowling Green 941
Eastern Michigan 937
Akron 924 -- lost four scholarships
Air Force 978
Colorado State 948
New Mexico 947
San Diego State 934
Boise State 981
Fresno State 952
Utah State 946
Louisiana Tech 944
Idaho 923 -- lost one scholarship
San Jose State 931
New Mexico State 918
Middle Tennessee 979
Western Kentucky 959
Arkansas State 943
FIU 936 -- lost one scholarship. (Failed to meet conditions that would have waived the penalty).
North Texas 932
FAU 920 -- lost three scholarhips
ULM 908 -- lost seven scholarships
The NCAA released its full academic progress rates today, and six non-AQ schools are faced with losing scholarships for poor academic performance.ULM lost seven scholarships, while UTEP and Akron each lost four; FAU lost three and Idaho lost one.