Citadel, SoCon Graduation Success Rates

The NCAA has released its latest Graduation Success Rate numbers. These reflect the graduation rates of students who entered college in 2006.

The NCAA’s Graduation Success Rate includes transfer students and student-athletes who leave in good academic standing, unlike the federal graduation rate, which does not count transfers. The GSR and federal rate calculations measure graduation over six years from first-time college enrollment.

In the major sports, The Citadel is ahead of the SoCon average in football and baseball, lagging in basketball.

The Citadel’s sport-by-sport numbers for men:

Sport            GSR            Fed Rate         SoCon Avg   SoCon High GSR    SoCon Low

Baseball       80                63                     76/52                Davidson 94            GSU 47

Basketball    56                33                      75/55               Dav, Sam 100          CofC 38

Football        77                62                      63/59.6             Furman 95                Chatt 46

CC/Track     78                61

Mixed Rifle   75                60

Tennis          80                57

Wrestling      92               52

Women:

CC/Track    95                 78

Golf             67                 67

Soccer       94                 87

Volleyball    71                 56

SoCon Men’s Basketball GSR

Davidson 100, Samford 100, Elon 92, Wofford 90, Furman 89, App State 85, WCU 73, UNCG 69, GSU 56, Citadel 56, Chattanooga 50, College of Charleston 38.

SoCon Baseball GSR

Davidson 94, Wofford 93, Furman 89, WCU 82, Citadel 80,  Elon 76, Samford 75, App State 69, UNCG 69, C of C 62, GSU 47.

SoCon Football GSR

Furman 95, Samford 91, Wofford 88, Elon 80, Citadel 77, App State 68, WCU 62, GSU 48, Chattanooga 46.

 

 

One thought on “Citadel, SoCon Graduation Success Rates

  1. A simple explanation why Samford baseball is comparatively low – more kids went pro season before last than from ANY other university(Including AU and U of A) in this state.

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