Wednesday, April 25, 2007

NCAA Scholarship Limits

If you've wondered how many athletic scholarships your school can award, check this out:

2006-2007 Total Annual Scholarship Limits

Division I


Men


Baseball 11.7

Basketball 13

Cross Country/Track and Field 12.6

Fencing 4.5

Football (Division I-A) 85
Football (Division I-AA) 63

Golf 4.5

Gymnastics 6.3

Lacrosse 12.6

Rifle 3.6

Skiing 6.3

Soccer 9.9

Swimming 9.9

Tennis 4.5

Volleyball 4.5

Water Polo 4.5

Wrestling 9.9


Women


Archery 5

Badminton 6

Basketball 15

Bowling 5

Cross Country/Track and Field 18

Equestrian 15

Fencing 5

Field Hockey 12

Golf 6

Lacrosse 12

Rowing 20

Rugby 12

Skiing 7

Soccer 14

Softball 12

Squash 12

Swimming & Diving 14

Synchronized Swimming 5

Team Handball 10

Water Polo 8


Division II


Men


Baseball 9

Basketball 10

Cross Country/Track and Field 12.6

Fencing 4.5

Football 36

Golf 3.6

Gymnastics 5.4

Ice Hockey 13.5

Lacrosse 10.8

Rifle 3.6

Skiing 6.3

Soccer 9

Swimming & Diving 8.1

Tennis 4.5

Volleyball 4.5

Water Polo 4.5

Wrestling 9


Women

Archery 9

Badminton 10

Basketball 10

Cross Country/Track and Field 12.6

Equestrian 15

Fencing 4.5

Field Hockey 6.3

Golf 5.4

Gymnastics 6

Ice Hockey 18

Lacrosse 9.9

Rowing 20

Rugby 12

Skiing 6.3

Soccer 9.9

Softball 7.2

Squash 9

Swimming & Diving 8.1

Synchronized Swimming 5

Team Handball 12

Tennis 6

Volleyball 8

Water Polo
8

Div. IA Football programs get 85(!?) scholorships? Even if you look at how many players it takes to field a team, you'd have more than enough for 3 full teams! Do the math: 11 per side is 22. Add a kicker, punter and specialty kicker makes 25. Add a second string, you have 50, and a third team makes 75. Then, I guess you have 10 guys to red-shirt, or to have spankin' their monkeys on the sidelines.

And... I don't see a SINGLE cricket scholarship!

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