Stanford's 978 four-year score in football was tops in the Pac-12, followed by UCLA (966) and Utah (963) and OSU (957).
OSU baseball had the lowest single-year mark of OSU's 17 programs with an 887 mark. But the program's four-year average was 944.
OSU scored a single-year high at 952 last year.
Men's golf, women's golf and softball all scored perfect scores of 1,000.
Oregon State basketball posted a four-year mark of 965, soccer had a 972 and wrestling had a 958.
On the women's side, the four-year average in basketball was 938, while cross country scored 973. Gymnastics scored 982, rowing was 983, soccer was 991 and swimming scored 985.
Track/indoor was 973, track/outdoor was 975 and volleyball was 983.
The APR is an annual assessment of not just each team's academic history -- but also of their retention history. The APR awards two points each term to student-athletes on athletic scholarship who meet academic-eligibility standards and who remain with the institution.
A team's APR is the total points earned by the team at a given time divided by the total points possible. The overall APR score is based on the most recent four years of data (2008-09, 2009-10, 2010-11, 2011-12). Every year thereafter, the most current year's data will be added and the oldest year of data will be removed, creating a four-year rolling rate.