Columbus, Ohio— The Ohio State women’s cross country, women’s ice hockey, women’s tennis teams have been honored with public recognition awards for their academic performance, the NCAA announced Wednesday. These awards are given each year to teams scoring in the Top 10 percent in each sport based on their most recent multi-year Academic Progress Rates (APR).
The women’s tennis team earns a Top 10 spot for the eighth consecutive year. The women’s cross country team has been recognized eight times since the public recognitions began 11 years ago, including in each of the last four years. For the most recent recognitions, scores required to be in the Top 10 ranged from 983 to a perfect 1,000, depending on the sport.
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