Graduation rates for NCAA tourney teams

The Institute for Diversity and Ethics in Sport at the University of Central Florida has released its study of graduation rates and academic progress rates for Division I teams that have been selected for the men's and women;s brackets of the 2015 NCAA basketball tournaments. The table below includes those figures, including breakouts for white and African-American basketball players at each school and the overall graduation rate for each school's student-athletes. In each instance where a graduation rate is listed as zero, the school did not have any student-athletes in that category. APR is a four-year average while graduation rates are tracked over six years.
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