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Soccer teams recognized for academic success
May 4th, 2007 10:15AM

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As part of the NCAA's broad Division I academic reform effort, the NCAA recognized teams that posted multi-year Academic Progress Rate (APR) scores in the top 10 percent of all squads in their respective sports. Programs honored included 2006 NCAA Division I men's quarterfinalists Duke and Northwestern and women's runner-up Notre Dame and quarterfinalist Portland.

The following is the complete list of men's and women's programs honored:

MEN'S SOCCER
Albany
Belmont
Bradley
Brown
Bucknell
Colgate
Columbia
Dartmouth
Davidson
Duke
Duquesne
Georgetown
Harvard
James Madison
Marist
Navy
New Hampshire
Northwestern
Penn
Princeton
Yale

WOMEN'S SOCCER
Boston College
Brown
Bucknell
Butler
Cornell
Creighton
Dartmouth
Davidson
Delaware
Duke
Fairfield
Georgetown
High Point
Lehigh
Liberty
Miami (Ohio)
North Texas
Northwestern State
Notre Dame
Portland
Princeton
Providence
Rice
St. Bonaventure
St. Joseph's
St. Mary's
Samford
Santa Clara
USC
Villanova
Virginia
Wofford
Yale



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