- May 3, 2012
They don't as hard as it is to believe. In the past three years DePaul has had the same number and College of Charleston has had 1 more leave than Duquesne. Pretty confident I could find others but I figured 3 minutes was enough time spent on itThey have to have the biggest revolving door in the country.
Was he under a 2.6 when he left VCU?
"When a transferring athlete has a GPA of 2.60 or higher, their team can receive an APR “adjustment” so that they won’t lose the retention point for that athlete. As a result, that team’s APR won’t be negatively impacted by the athlete’s transfer."
The NCAA Academic Progress Rate imeasures progress toward degree; it can also negatively impact transfer athletes with a GPA of less than 2.60.informedathlete.com
Tbh, I'm not 100% sure that site's info is legit, but I think it might be?
I certainly haven't done a deep dive, so I wouldn't try to claim any authority here, but this is something I had seen reference to from others before as well. I know I had gotten pretty worried about APR when we went through the spate of transfers with the 3 coaches in 4 years period, which is when this adjustment topic bubbled up as reassurance.I did not see any mention of that on the NCAA site. It might be buried somewhere else in the language, but it wasn't listed as part of the basic rules/regulations regarding APR.