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May 14, 2014 at 3:05 PM

UW remains above national average with APR score

The Washington football program remained above the national average with an Academic Progress Rate score of 967, according to figures released Wednesday by the NCAA.

UW’s score, based on a four-year average, rose 13 points from its 2011-12 APR of 954. UW’s APR has increased in each of the past four years, from a low of 946 in 2009-10.

The national average in football for 2012-13 is 951, a two-point increase from last year.

The Huskies’ football score ranked fourth in the Pac-12:

1. Stanford, 984
2. UCLA, 979
3. Utah, 970
4. UW, 967
5. Arizona, 960
6. Oregon, 958
7. Colorado, 955
8. Oregon State, 950
9. Washington State, 944
T10. Arizona State, 941
T10. USC, 941
12. California, 938

Here’s a look at the UW men’s basketball scores.

Teams with an APR below 930 are subject to penalty. Nine teams received postseason bans in football, including Idaho and UNLV.

Here is how the APR is calculated; graphic courtesy the NCAA:

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