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Warriors post perfect 1,000 APR score

The University of Hawai’i basketball team recorded a perfect 1,000 score in the NCAA’s Academic Progress Rate (APR) data released on Tuesday. The score is from the 2018-19 academic year.

It is the second consecutive year that the Rainbow Warriors received a score of 1,000, and the program’s “Multi-Year Rate” score is now at 983 – the highest among the nine programs in the Big West Conference.

The APR holds institutions accountable for the academic progress of their student-athletes through a team-based metric that accounts for the eligibility and retention of each student-athlete for each academic term.

The Multi-Year Rate is a reflection of the last four academic years. Low scores in the Multi-Year Rate can result in NCAA penalties.

2018-19 APR Score
Hawai’i 1,000
Cal State Fullerton 980
UC Davis 980
UC Santa Barbara 962
UC Irvine 958
Cal Poly 954
CSUN 942
UC Riverside 940
Long Beach State 915

Multi-Year Rate
Hawai’i 983
UC Davis 975
Long Beach State 968
Cal Poly 958
UC Riverside 958
UC Irvine 955
UC Santa Barbara 952
Cal State Fullerton 945
CSUN 908

3 Comments

  1. more nerds than athletes this past season

  2. Congratulations WHOLE Team: Players, Coaches, Advisors on Taking it to The Highest Levels of Academic Benchmarks Right Through to GRADUATION Drew, Zig & Eddie … i (still) find the ability to work out HARD 2 to 5 hours a day to perform @ D-1 Level, be League Leaders in Stats (assists, rebounds, shooting percentage, wins even with key injuries) is amazing…
    NO DOUBT Such a Discipline & Work Ethic portends a Lifetime of Success and in part because You Chose Hawai’i AND Hawai’i, You…ideally health and happiness, too… Best of The Best All on Your Journeys…
    Owen, Dawson, Jessiya, Ahmed. Drew…Tough Year…selfishly wished i could enjoy watching the fruits & improvement borne of all that hard work,…but we WILL Keep Tabs from afar / here…’Mahalo e Aloha No !

  3. The APR noted above was for 2018-19 not 2019-20. 2018-19 had transfers out of Green and B Thomas. …Looks like they had a high enough GPA, 2.6 or above, that the transfer penalty for each was waived.

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