Seton Hall’s multi-year APR is first in Big East

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The NCAA released their latest Academic Progress Rates (APR) for all Division I schools earlier today and Seton Hall posted a 995 out of 1000, good enough for best in the Big East.

After finishing behind Butler and Villanova last year with a multi-year score of 979, Seton Hall has improved upon that ever-rising mark and has set a new program-high.

Big East rankings:

Seton Hall – 995
Creighton – 991
Villanova – 988
Butler – 974
Providence – 957
St. John’s – 953
DePaul – 952
Georgetown – 950
Xavier – 949
Marquette – 949

A look at Seton Hall’s APR since the 2004-05 season:

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* – Seton Hall had one scholarship docked in 2006-07 for their score

Seton Hall’s APR should only rise in the near future after graduating Sterling Gibbs, Haralds Karlis, Brandon Mobley and Stephane Manga earlier this month.

Four Division I schools were handed post-season bans after adding their 2013-14 scores: Alcorn State, Florida A&M, Stetson and Central Arkansas. A four-year average below 930 or a two-year average south of 940 are the thresholds for receiving post-season bans.

Not sure exactly what the APR is? Read more here and here.