Graduation Rates List

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By The Associated Press

The list contains the latest graduation rates calculated by the NCAA over a four-year period covering incoming freshmen classes from 2001-04. Players have six years to earn a degree to count toward a successful graduation.

By BCS standings (as of Oct. 23):

1. LSU, 77 percent
2. Alabama, 69 percent
3. Oklahoma State, 65 percent
4. Boise State, 74 percent
5. Clemson, 62 percent
6. Stanford, 87 percent
7. Oregon, 63 percent
8. Kansas State, 62 percent
9. Oklahoma, 48 percent
10. Arkansas, 56 percent
11. Michigan State, 62 percent
12. Virginia Tech, 79 percent
y-13. South Carolina, 39 percent
14. Nebraska, 67 percent
15. Wisconsin, 66 percent
16. Texas A&M, 59 percent
17. Houston, 57 percent
18. Michigan, 71 percent
19. Penn State, 87 percent
20. Texas Tech, 68 percent
21. Arizona State, 64 percent
22. Georgia, 65 percent
x-23. Auburn, 63 percent
24. Texas, 57 percent
25. West Virginia, 75 percent

y-South Carolina said data it submitted to NCAA was in error, 11
players who did graduate were not included in the report.

MEN’S FINAL FOUR TEAMS
1. Butler, 82 percent
2. Kentucky, 69 percent
3. VCU, 67 percent
  x-4. Connecticut, 25 percent

WOMEN’S FINAL FOUR TEAMS
1. Notre Dame, 100 percent
2. Stanford, 93 percent
   3. Connecticut, 90 percent
x-4. Texas A&M, 75 percent

(x-defending national champion)

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By Sport

MEN
Baseball, 72 percent
Basketball, 66 percent
Cross country/track, 76 percent
Fencing, 86 percent
Football Bowl Subdivision (120 teams), 67 percent
Football Championship Subdivision (120 teams), 66 percent
Golf, 81 percent
Gymnastics, 88 percent
Ice hockey, 82 percent
Lacrosse, 88 percent
Rifle, 79 percent
Skiing, 88 percent
Soccer, 79 percent
Swimming, 85 percent
Tennis, 86 percent
Volleyball, 76 percent
Water polo, 85 percent
Wrestling, 73 percent

WOMEN
Basketball, 84 percent
Bowling, 77 percent
Crew, 92 percent
Cross country/track, 85 percent
Fencing, 93 percent
Field hockey, 94 percent
Golf , 88 percent
Gymnastics, 92 percent
Ice hockey, 88 percent
Lacrosse, 94 percent
Rifle, 79 percent
Skiing, 94 percent
Soccer, 89 percent
Softball, 86 percent
Swimming, 91 percent
Tennis, 89 percent
Volleyball, 88 percent
Water polo, 91 percent

     (Copyright 2011 by The Associated Press.  All Rights Reserved.)

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