Michigan State’s team-by-team APR scores

Wednesday marked the release of the Academic Progress Rates by the NCAA and Michigan State teams are meeting the mark.

Teams must have a 930 multi-year APR or a 940 average over the most recent two years to avoid facing a postseason ban.

MSU’s top performing teams were women’s gymnastics and men’s tennis, which had perfect scores of 1,000. Women’s tennis was MSU’s worst scoring team with a mark of 942, which is 34 points lower than the next best team in the Big Ten.

The average APR is 976 and the NCAA has seen improvements in the four-year rates in baseball (967), football (951), men’s basketball (957) and women’s basketball (973).

Here’s the most recent APR scores for each of MSU’s teams and their ranks in the Big Ten.

Sport – Score (Big Ten rank)
Gymnastics – 1,000 (tied for first with Michigan, Minnesota and Ohio State)
Men’s tennis – 1,000 (tied for first with Minnesota, Northwestern and Penn State)
Men’s cross country – 995 (sixth)
Hockey – 992 (second)
Volleyball – 991 (ninth)
Women’s cross country – 989 (tied for seventh with Purdue)
Field hockey – 988 (third)
Women’s soccer – 987 (tied for seventh with Wisconsin)
Baseball – 987 (fifth)
Rowing – 986 (fourth of seven teams)
Women’s golf – 986 (ninth)
Softball – 984 (10th)
Women’s basketball – 983 (seventh)
Men’s swimming – 982 (fourth)
Men’s basketball – 980 (tied for fourth with Northwestern)
Women’s swimming – 977 (12th)
Men’s golf – 973 (12th)
Women’s indoor track – 969 (10th)
Women’s outdoor track – 969 (tied for 10th with Purdue)
Wrestling – 965 (10th)
Football – 962 (tied for eighth with Minnesota)
Men’s outdoor track – 955 (11th)
Men’s indoor track – 954 (10th)
Women’s tennis – 942 (12th)

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