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1 Student-Athlete Academic Report Coastal Carolina University, Faculty Senate Meeting Mark Mitchell, Faculty Athletics Representative December 3, 2014

2 Faculty Athletics Representative Makes Regular Reports to Faculty Senate An efficient link between the faculty athletics representative and the faculty senate is useful in assuring the faculty of accurate and timely information regarding the athletics program. Whether appointed by the chief executive officer or elected directly by the faculty, the faculty athletics representative commonly serves as a conduit of information to and from the faculty and the athletics program. It is common for the faculty athletics representative to report periodically to the faculty senate regarding the operation of the athletics program.

3 Department of Athletics Mission Statement The Coastal Carolina University Department of Athletics provides our student-athletes the preparation and opportunities to reach their potential as responsible and productive citizens through academic, athletic and personal success.

4 Department of Athletics Philosophy The Coastal Carolina University Department of Athletics promotes success in collegiate athletics without compromising excellence in academics or compliance. Department staff and coaches encourage student-athletes to maintain a balance between athletics, academics and the social aspects of the collegiate experience. Athletic participation has the ability to provide an added dimension to the overall college experience of a student and to benefit the student in their personal and professional challenges.

5 Student-Athlete Academic Awards and Scholarships

6 Student-Athlete Academic Awards and Scholarships, Big South Conference – George A. Christenberry Award for Academic Excellence Dominique De Wit (4.00 in Political Science) Also named Women’s Tennis Scholar-Athlete of the Year CCU recipient in 10 of last 12 years. National Football Foundation National Scholar- Athlete Award (Fidelity Investments) Niccolo Mastromatteo (3.94 in Philosophy) 4 Capital One First Team Academic All-District IV Winners by CoSIDA Niccolo Mastromatteo (3.94 in Philosophy) Jeffery Salley (3.58 in Computer Science) Michel Enanga (3.57 in Computer Science) Morgan Noad (3.53 in Biology)

7 Student-Athlete Academic Awards and Scholarships, Sunbelt Rentals Scholarship Recipients Meghan Laffin (Volleyball) Cameron Griggs (Men’s Track & Field) Reggie Nelson (Men’s Track & Field) 6 teams received academic recognition for excellence by their respective coaches association Men’s Cross Country Women’s Cross Country Men’s Soccer Women’s Soccer Men’s Golf Men’s Tennis

8 Student-Athlete Academic Awards and Scholarships, National Soccer Coaches Association of America Justin Portillo, First-Team Scholar All American Uchenna Uzo, Second-Team Scholar All American Football Championship Subdivision Athletics Directors Association Academic All-Star Team Niccolo Mastromatteo Women’s Golf Coaches Association (WGCA) All- American Scholar Team Frida Castillo, Emee Herbert, and Lena Schaeffner

9 Cumulative Grade Point Average (GPA) Summary for Student-Athletes, Student-Athlete Average Cumulative GPA General Degree- Seeking Students Average Cumulative GPA All Women Men

10 Academic Performance for All Student- Athletes, Academic Year Fall 2013Spring Student-Athletes were named to President’s List (4.00 GPA). 32 Student-Athletes were named to President’s List (4.00 GPA). 123 Student-Athletes were named to the Dean’s List (3.50 GPA or higher). 106 Student-Athletes were named to the Dean’s List (3.50 GPA or higher).

11 Average Grade Point Average Per Team – Women’s Sport in Fall 13 / Spring 14 Women’s SportAverage GPA for Team Basketball3.186 Cross-Country3.305 Golf3.500 Indoor Track3.013 Lacrosse3.351 Softball3.149 Soccer3.230 Tennis3.813 Track3.046 Volleyball3.274 AVG GPA3.232

12 Average Grade Point Average Per Team – Men’s Sport in Fall 2013 / Spring 2014 Men’s Sport Average GPA for Team Baseball3.021 Basketball2.691 Cross-Country3.362 Football2.721 Golf3.291 Soccer3.128 Tennis3.280 Track2.962 AVG GPA2.887

13 Graduation Success Rate (GSR)

14 NCAA Division I Academic Reforms: Graduation Success Rate (GSR) Graduation Success Rate (GSR) The NCAA developed the Division I Graduation Success Rate in response to college and university presidents who wanted graduation data that more accurately reflect the mobility among all college students today. The GSR takes into account incoming transfers who graduate from a different institution than the one they started at and transfers who leave an institution in good standing. Calculations Freshmen + transfers - students leaving with academic eligibility

15 Graduation Success Rates (GSR) for Big South Conference Schools ( group, 2007 cohort) Big South SchoolGSR for All Student Athletes High Point90% Presbyterian89% Radford88% Winthrop86% Gardner-Webb86% Longwood84% Coastal Carolina Univ.83% Campbell83% Liberty78% UNC Asheville76% Charleston Southern73%

16 Graduation Success Rates (GSR) for CCU Women’s Sports (2007 cohort) Women’s SportGSR for Sport FED Rate for Sport Basketball100%77% Cross-Country and Track 97%65% Golf88%50% Soccer84%57% Softball77%50% Tennis86%100% Volleyball100%89%

17 Graduation Success Rates (GSR) for CCU Men’s Sports (2007 cohort) Men’s SportGSR for Sport FED Rate for Sport Baseball95%28% Basketball80%50% Cross-Country and Track 75%59% Football68%61% Golf100%64% Soccer92%38% Tennis91%40%

18 Academic Progress Rate (APR)

19 NCAA Division I Academic Reforms: Academic Progress Rate (APR) Academic Progress Rate (APR) – multi-year measurement of academic progress and an institution’s retention of student-athletes (those who receive athletics financial aid). The report is based on two factors: (1) eligibility/progress toward graduation and (2) retention. Calculations Total points earned by team (SA with institutional financial aid) / total points possible. Top Score = 1,000. Four-year average for multi year rate

20 NCAA Division I Academic Reforms: Academic Progress Rate (APR) During each regular academic term (a semester) of full time enrollment a student-athlete can earn two points towards his/her team’s APR score. 1.A student athlete will receive 1 point if, at the end of the semester, he/she is academically eligible to compete in the following regular academic term or has graduated. 2.A student-athlete can earn 1 point if he/she returns to the institution (retained) as a full-time student in the next regular academic term or graduates.

21 Academic Progress Rate (APR) and Post- Season Play Beginning with championships, teams must earn a minimum 900 four-year APR or a 930 average over the most recent two years to be eligible to participate. For championships, teams must earn a 930 four-year average APR or a 940 average over the most recent two years to participate in championships. In and beyond, teams must earn a four-year APR of 930 to compete in championships.

22 Academic Progress Rate (APR) for Women’s Sports ( , 1-year lag) Women’s SportAPR Score Basketball987 Cross-Country980 Golf1,000 Indoor/Outdoor Track980 Lacrosse961 Softball985 Soccer981 Tennis960 Volleyball975

23 Academic Progress Rate (APR) for Men’s Sports ( , 1-year lag) Men’s SportAPR Score Baseball954 Basketball919 (2-year AVG of 980) Cross-Country988 Football951 Golf971 Soccer935 Tennis976 Track948

24 Sasser Cup History 2014 – Coastal Carolina(CCU Winner of Both All Sports Award) 2013 – Liberty(CCU Winner Men’s All Sports Award) 2012 – Liberty(CCU Winner Men’s All Sport Award) 2011 – Liberty(CCU Winner Men’s All Sports Award) 2010 – Liberty(CCU Winner Men’s All Sports Award) 2009 – Liberty (CCU Winner Women’s All Sports Award) 2008 – Liberty 2007 – Coastal Carolina (CCU Winner Women’s All Sports Award) 2006 – Coastal Carolina (CCU Winner Women’s All Sports Award) 2005 – Coastal Carolina (CCU Winner of Both All Sports Award) 2004 – Coastal Carolina (CCU Winner of Women’s All Sports Award) 2003 – Liberty (CCU Winner of Women’s All Sports Award) 2002 – Liberty Coastal Carolina

25 CCU Athletics Highlights, 2013 – of 18 teams advanced to NCAA post-season play. 8 teams won Big South Championships (tournament or regular season) and one Divisional Championship win. 6 student-athletes earn All-American status. 12 Big South Player/Freshman of Year honors. 126 All-Big South Honorees. 10 of 18 teams (55%) finished #1 or #2 in the Big South Conference standings. 160 former student-athletes named to Big South All- Decade Teams. Further, 13 Coaches recognized as Coach of the Decade. Performed over 3,200 hours of community service.

26 CCU Athletics Highlights, 2013 – 2014 Men’s Basketball in NCAA Tournament for first time since Men’s Football advances to Quarterfinals in NCAA Football Championship Series Playoffs. Lorenzo Taliaferro named Big South Male Athlete of the Year. Men’s Soccer advances to Sweet 16 in NCAA Tournament. Philippe Tsangarides qualifies for Men’s Tennis Singles. Andrew Dorn and Andrew Wheeler earn at-large bids to NCAA Men’s Golf Championship. Reggie Nelson qualified for Nationals in the High Jump.

27 CCU Athletics Highlights, 2013 – 2014 Triple Crown: The Chanticleer women’s cross country and track & field programs achieved one of the more elusive feats in intercollegiate athletics by winning titles in cross country, indoor track & field and outdoor track & field. Six All-Americans: Pedro Ribeiro (Soccer); Lorenzo Taliaferro, Quinn Backus, Jamie Cheatwood, Devin Brown (Football); and Reggie Nelson (Track & Field). Six Athletes Drafted by Professional Franchises: Lorenzo Taliaferro, Matt Hazel (Football); Pedro Ribeiro (Soccer); Colin Herring, Ben Smith, and Tyler Herb (Baseball).

28 TD Bank and Coastal Carolina University TD Bank’s $5 million donation will be used to strengthen CCU’s sustainability initiatives, support athletic programs, and provide endowed scholarships and summer school academic support.

29 Alan Connie Retires after 28 Years Coach Alan Connie started the cross country program in 1986 and led the charge to add the outdoor track & field program in 1994 and the indoor program in His women’s cross country and track & field programs won a combined 28 Big South titles.

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