Cougs post solid APR scores; last four year's scores in football highest ever and all have come under Mike Leach

NCAA APR DATA for 2015-16 was released Wednesday, with the Washington State football team recording a four-year average score of 964, one point off its best four-year average ever set last year.

Each of WSU's last four APR averages have been the highest for the football program, with all coming under head coach Mike Leach.

Cougar football had a single-year score of 961 in 2015-16.

Men's basketball's rolling four-year average was 953, with a single-year score of 981.

Women's golf posted a perfect 1,000 score for the four-year score.

Women's basketball, women's tennis, women's volleyball and men's and women's golf had perfect single-year scores of 1,000.

The APR is the NCAA's annual assessment of each team's academic and retention history. The overall APR score is based on the most recent four years of data (2012-13, 2013-14, 2014-15, 2015-16). Every year thereafter, the most current year's data is added and the oldest year of data removed, creating a four-year rolling rate.  The NCAA's standard is set at 930.

Here's the full APR report on WSU:


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