All of Oregon’s athletic programs have scored above the required minimum standards for the Academic Progress Rate during the most recent four-year cycle.
The NCAA on Wednesday released its latest APR numbers, which are used to track eligibility and retention of student-athletes on scholarship.
The Oregon football program had a score of 970 for the 2017-18 academic year and a four-year average of 968, which ranks eighth among its Pac-12 peers.
Washington (991) had the highest multi-year score in the Pac-12 and ranked fifth nationally. UCLA (948) had the conference’s lowest score.
The minimum four-year average of 930 is required to participate in the postseason.
The Ducks’ most high-profile player, Justin Herbert, was a first-team academic all-American and honored as the nation’s top student-athlete for football in December. The star quarterback carried a 4.06 grade-point average in biology.
The Oregon women's golf team posted a perfect multi-year APR score of 1,000. Two men’s teams (cross country, tennis) and three women’s teams (cross country, golf and volleyball) had perfect scores of 1,000 for the 2017-18 academic year.
All 16 of Oregon's NCAA programs scored at least 28 points above the minimum requirement (930) for the four-year cycle.
The men’s basketball team has the lowest multi-year average among Oregon’s teams at 958, including a score of 911 for 2017-18. The Ducks rank 11th in the Pac-12 ahead of only UCLA (933).
The women’s basketball program, coming off a Final Four appearance, has a multi-year average of 981, which ranks ninth in the conference.