Nevada Basketball Receives Perfect 1,000 APR Score for 2nd Straight Year

Nevada Basketball Receives Perfect 1,000 APR Score for 2nd Straight Year

For the second year in a row, the Nevada Basketball Program has received a perfect score of 1,000 in the Academic Progress Report. The NCAA uses the APR as a way to evaluate teams’ performance in terms of eligibility, retention, and graduation rates.

Nevada became the first Group of 5 school, and just the 11th in the 15-year history of the APR, to score perfect 1,000s in football and men's basketball in the same year.
 
"This is a terrific achievement for our program and the university," said Coach Musselman. "Not only do our Pack players perform on the court, but also in the classroom."
 
Nevada basketball has continued to meet or exceed the APR requirements every year since the program was began in 2004.

Year after year, the APR report demonstrates the dedication of the student-athletes at Nevada,” Nevada athletic director Doug Knuth said in a news release. “We are thankful for our support staff, the amazing faculty across our great campus and the support of the University administration. Credit is also due to our coaches for their commitment to recruiting the best and the brightest student-athletes, and for creating a culture of success in competition and in the classroom.


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