SBJ/June 12 - 18, 2000/Special Report

Sears Directors' Cup

SEARS DIRECTORS' CUP
Financial breakdowns of the top 25 in the current standings*
Rank
School
Undergraduate Enrollement
Conference
No. of Sports
Total Revenue
Total Expenses
Difference
Women's Proportion of Operating Budget (rank)
1
Stanford 6,591
Pac-10
35
$48,721,082 $33,474,361 $15,246,721 34.6% (15 of 114)
2
UCLA 24,103
Pac-10
23
$35,355,227 $35,222,086 $133,141 27.2% (67 of 114)
3
Michigan 24,015
Big 10
25
$43,427,000 $47,313,000 ($3,886,000) 32.4% (31 of 114)
4
Penn State 32,458
Big 10
29
$41,789,114 $41,539,467 $249,647 27.8% (63 of 114)
5
Nebraska 17,980
Big 12
22
$39,618,936 $39,170,335 $448,601 32.2% (34 of 114)
6
North Carolina 14,402
ACC
28
$29,618,045 $29,134,077 $483,968 25.8% (83 of 114)
7
Florida 31,477
SEC
20
$50,100,930 $50,900,580 ($799,650) 39.4% (5 of 114)
8
Ohio State 42,465
Big 10
36
$73,017,116 $72,959,563 $57,553 29.6% (53 of 114)
9
Texas 37,203
Big 12
16
$56,112,081 $56,204,679 ($92,598) 21.9% (110 of 114)
10
Wisconsin 27,808
Big 10
23
$42,614,237 $43,707,509 ($1,093,272) 30.6% (43 of 114)
11
Arizona 26,157
Pac-10
19
$27,203,339 $22,825,665 $4,377,674 24.8% (98 of 114)
12
Georgia 20,973
SEC
20
$30,965,088 $31,484,111 ($519,023) 34.5% (16 of 114)
13
Arizona State 33,268
Pac-10
21
$27,149,030 $28,094,520 ($945,490) 27.5% (66 of 114)
14
Louisiana State 24,773
SEC
16
$31,821,340 $28,445,681 $3,375,659 29.5% (55 of 114)
15
Brigham Young 27,265
WAC
22
$16,004,058 $15,713,224 $290,834 25.4% (92 of 114)
16
Virginia 12,440
ACC
24
$24,945,114 $25,076,514 ($131,400) 29.5% (54 of 114)
17
Tennessee 19,693
SEC
20
$51,649,323 $50,777,457 $871,866 26.8% (74 of 114)
18
Minnesota 35,937
Big 10
24
$39,300,450 $38,753,005 $547,445 29.8% (50 of 114)
19
Notre Dame 7,875
Independent
26
$38,014,825 $34,245,459 $3,769,366 25.3% (94 of 114)
20
Michigan State 29,715
Big 10
26
$31,540,455 $30,508,708 $1,031,747 27.2% (67 of 114)
21
Arkansas 11,943
SEC
18
$25,461,678 $24,710,809 $750,869 27.7% (64 of 114)
22
Duke 6,064
ACC
26
$25,772,750 $23,902,171 $1,870,579 26.9% (73 of 114)
23
Auburn 18,538
SEC
20
$28,566,739 $26,503,634 $2,063,105 25.3% (93 of 114)
24
Princeton 4,624
Ivy
38
$3,435,263 $10,062,159 ($6,626,896) 36.2% (68 of 122)**
25
Texas A&M 35,889
Big 12
21
$27,088,673 $27,050,062 $38,611 25.5% (88 of 114)
Note: All figures are for the 1998-99 academic year.
* Standings in the Sears Directors' Cup, which ranks the best overall athletic programs, are as of June 1. The final 1999-2000 standings will be released June 16.
** Princeton is NCAA Division I-AA; all others are Division I-A.
Sources: Street & Smith's SportsBusiness Journal research, The Chronicle of Higher Education
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