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How BYU student-athletes fared in latest APR results

While the women’s cross country team led all BYU’s sports with a perfect Division I Academic Progress Rate score of 1,000, the Cougar football team received a score of 946.

All-Americans Erica Birk-Jarvis and Courtney Wayment return for the BYU women’s cross country team season opener at the Big Wave Invitational. (Courtesy BYU Photo)
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PROVO — While the women’s cross country team led all BYU’s sports with a perfect Division I Academic Progress Rate score of 1,000, the Cougar football team received a score of 946.

The APR scores were released by the NCAA Tuesday.

Out of the 130 Division I football teams, BYU finished No. 118 in APR. That’s important when it comes to bowls because if there aren’t enough teams that bowl-eligible with six victories, the those schools that finish with a 5-7 record are allowed to play in a bowl game based on their APR rankings.

Here’s how BYU’s other sports fared in the APR: men’s cross country (995), women’s golf (992), women’s volleyball (990), softball (984), women’s basketball (983), women’s gymnastics (981), men’s volleyball (978), women’s soccer (976), men’s basketball (975), women’s track (973), women’s swimming and diving (971), men’s swimming and diving (970), women’s tennis (969), men’s track (965), men’s golf (963), baseball (961) and men’s tennis (959).