NCAA recognizes academic success
As part of its Academic Performance Program, the NCAA recognized schools whose APR scores are in the top 10 percent within their various sports by handing out the NCAA Public Recognition Awards.
A total of 228 of the 331 Division I colleges and universities placed at least one team on the top APR list. Another six of the 50 schools that offer athletics in more than one division placed Division I teams on the list.
Below are a list of Division I schools who claimed the honor in men's and women's golf.
__Baylor, Boston College, Bradley, Brown, Bucknell, California, Charlotte, Colgate, Colorado State, Connecticut, Cornell, Creighton, Dartmouth, Davidson, Dayton, Denver, DePaul, Drexel, Duke, Eastern Illinois, Florida State, Furman, Georgia, Georgia Tech, Gonzaga, Hofstra, Holy Cross, Indiana, Lafayette, LSU, Marquette, Miami (Ohio), Michigan, New Mexico State, North Carolina Central, Notre Dame, Oklahoma State, Samford, Savannah State, Seton Hall, St. John's, Stanford, Stetson, UC Santa Barbara, UTEP, Virginia Tech, Wake Forest, Yale
__Alcorn State, Baylor, Belmont, Boston, Bradley, Brown, Bucknell, Butler, Creighton, Dartmouth, Dayton, Drake, Eastern Illinois, Elon, Evansville, Fairleigh Dickinson, Florida State, Georgetown, Gonzaga, Harvard, Holy Cross, Hofstra, Idaho, Illinois, IUPU Fort Wayne, James Madison, Lehigh, Lipscomb, Longwood, LSU, Marshall, Mississippi, Mississippi Valley State, Missouri, Monmouth, North Carolina, North Dakota State, Northwestern, Oakland, Oregon, Oregon State, Penn, Presbyterian, Princeton, Samford, Savannah State, Siena, South Alabama, St. Francis (N.Y.), Tennessee, Texas, UCLA, UNC Wilmington, USC, Washington, Vanderbilt, Wake Forest, Western Carolina, Western Kentucky, Xavier, Yale