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This Just In - Patriot League APRs are Awesome

The NCAA released academic progress rate information on all their member schools, and - here's a shocker - Lehigh and the Patriot League in general had stellar APR numbers.

Nine Mountain Hawk teams had perfect scores of 1000 - meaning, every single athlete on those teams carried more than a 2.7 GPA and made progress towards graduation.

One of those teams was the men's basketball team, including a certain player named G C.J. McCollum who will be hearing his name called in the NBA Draft later this month.

The full data, for Lehigh and Patriot League football and basketball, is included below.  (Including incoming members Boston University and Loyola University (MD).

Lehigh's Full APR Data:
Baseball 986
Field Hockey 989
Football 973
Men's Basketball 1000
Men's Cross Country 994
Men's Golf 917
Men's Lacrosse 966
Men's Soccer 962
Men's Swimming 964
Men's Tennis 981
Men's Track, Indoor 984
Men's Track, Outdoor 984
Men's Wrestling 981
Softball 1000
Women's Basketball 991
Women's Cross Country 1000
Women's Golf 1000
Women's Lacrosse 1000
Women's Rowing 1000
Women's Soccer 984
Women's Swimming 1000
Women's Tennis 1000
Women's Track, Indoor 982
Women's Track, Outdoor 982
Women's Volleyball 1000

Patriot League Football:
Football Bucknell University 969
Football Colgate University 978
Football College of the Holy Cross 976 Football Fordham University 976
Football Georgetown University 977 Football Lafayette College 986
Football Lehigh University 973

Patriot League Men's Basketball:
Men's Basketball American University 980
Men's Basketball Bucknell University 1000
Men's Basketball Colgate University 984
Men's Basketball College of the Holy Cross 995 Men's Basketball Lafayette College 994
Men's Basketball Lehigh University 1000
Men's Basketball U.S. Military Academy 970 Men's Basketball U.S. Naval Academy 976

(Incoming Members:)
Men's Basketball Boston University 985
Men's Basketball Loyola University MD 990

Patriot League Women's Basketball:
Women's Basketball American University 990
Women's Basketball Bucknell University 994
Women's Basketball Colgate University 985
Women's Basketball College of the Holy Cross 995 Women's Basketball Lafayette College 1000
Women's Basketball Lehigh University 991
Women's Basketball U.S. Military Academy 966 Women's Basketball U.S. Naval Academy 986

(Incoming Members:)
Women's Basketball Boston University 991
Women's Basketball Loyola University MD 989

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