College Acrobatics & Tumbling Programs
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 14 Schools sponsored varsity Acrobatics & Tumbling programs in 2015

              Athletic Scholarships  
  Number Number of teams Varsity Athletes (1) Average team size limit per team ** Average Athletic
Division  of Schools Men's Women's    Men       Women  Men's Women's    Men       Women  Scholarship (2)
NCAA I 3 - 3 - 120 - 40 - -  $                         22,779
NCAA II 8 - 8 - 156 - 26 - -  $                           6,961
NCAA III 2 - 2 - 37 - 18 - -  $                                    -
NAIA 1 - 1 - 15 - 15 - -  $                           7,207
Totals  14     14     328     27          $                           9,374

(1)   Statistics report student athlete participation at the collegiate varsity level only and do not reflect club or intramural teams.

**Acrobatics and Tumbling is not an official sport of either the NCAA or the NAIA. The governing body for all teams is the National Collegiate Acrobatics and Tumbling Association (NCATA).  Acrobatics is a separate and distinct sport from Men's and Women's Gymnastics.

(2)  Average athletic scholarship is the average amount of athletically related student aid per athlete for ALL varsity sports sponsored by the school. Some athletes receive full awards, some receive partial and many receive none. Additionally some sports within a school may be fully funded, some partially and some sports provide no athletic scholarships. Private schools generally have higher tuition than public schools and the average award will reflect this.

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Quick Stats -  US Colleges that sponsored varsity Acrobatics & Tumbling teams in 2015:

US Colleges with Varsity level        Roster Size (1) Average Athletic  Annual Tuition & Fees   SAT Math Avr (3) %
Acrobatic & Tumbling Programs    City           State   Division  Men  Women     Scholarship (2)      In-State    Out-of-State  25% 75% Admitted
Baylor University Waco TX NCAA I               - 44 20,378      34,480   34,480 570 670 55%
University of Oregon Eugene OR NCAA I               - 45 19,844        8,190   29,160 500 620 75%
Quinnipiac University Hamden CT NCAA I               - 31 28,116      39,170   39,170 500 610 66%
Alderson Broaddus University Philippi WV NCAA II               - 29 4,863      22,530   22,530 440 530 43%
Azusa Pacific University Azusa CA NCAA II               - 33 12,513      32,516   32,516 490 540 82%
Converse College Spartanburg SC NCAA II            - new                       -        15,500   15,500 450 560 53%
Fairmont State University Fairmont WV NCAA II               - 25 4,537        6,306   13,306 420 520 67%
Gannon University Erie PA NCAA II               - 20 8,538      27,760   27,760 470 570 78%
Hawaii Pacific University Honolulu HI NCAA II               - 25 12,017      20,930   20,930 62%
King University Bristol TN NCAA II               - 24 6,738      24,316   24,316 440 570 57%
Glenville State College Glenville WV NCAA II               - new 6,485        4,944   11,712 380 480 47%
Adrian College Adrian MI NCAA III               - 16                       -        31,870   31,870 450 530 62%
Concordia University-Wisconsin Mequon WI NCAA III               - 21                       -        25,930   25,930 463 580 75%
Georgetown College Georgetown KY NAIA 15 7,207      32,960   32,960 490 570 89%
                       

 (1)  Statistics report student athlete participation at the collegiate varsity level only and do not reflect club or intramural teams.

(2)  Average athletic scholarship is the average amount of athletically related student aid per athlete for ALL varsity sports sponsored by the school. Some athletes receive full awards, some receive partial and many receive none. Additionally some sports within a school may be fully funded, some partially and some sports provide no athletic scholarships. Private schools generally have higher tuition than public schools and the average award will reflect this.

(3)  SAT Math Average  For each school this represents the range where the middle half of the admitted students scored, so 1/4 scored below the lower end (25th percentile) and 1/4 scored above the upper end (75th percentile).

 

 

 

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