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17 schools sponsored varsity level Cycling teams during 2015:

              Athletic Scholarships Average Athletic
  Number Number of teams   Varsity Athletes (1) Average team size limit per team ** Scholarship (2)
Division  of Schools Men's Women's    Men       Women  Men's Women's    Men       Women     Men       Women 
NCAA  II 7 7 7 175 54 25 9 - -  $          5,189  $           5,949
NCAA  III 2 2 2 7 5 4 3 - -  $                   -  $                    -
NAIA 7 7 7 95 43 14 9 - -  $        12,710  $         11,117
USCAA 1 1 1 11 4 11 4 - -  $                   -  $                    -
Totals  17 17 17 288 106 18 8      $          7,036  $           6,772

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

**  Cycling is not an official NCAA or NAIA sport  so there are no institutional limits on athletic scholarships.
  The defacto governing body for intercollegiate cycling is USA Cycling. Some teams that USA Cycling recognizes as varsity teams are considered by the schools to be club teams.


 (2) Average Athletic Scholarship is the average award per athlete for ALL varsity sports sponsored by the specific 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.

Interactive Map - US College Varsity Cycling Programs:


Quick Stats - US Colleges that sponsor varsity Cycling  teams

            Average Athletic     SAT Math  
Schools with Varsity        Roster Size (1)    Scholarship (2)     Annual Tuition & Fees   Average (3) %
Cycling Programs    City           State   Division  Men  Women     Men    Women    In-State    Out-of-State  25% 75% Admitted
Providence Christian College Pasadena CA NAIA new new          -              -   25,680 24,880 45%
Adams State University Alamosa CO NCAA II 7 5 2,639 4,240 5,160 15,960 458 560 65%
Fort Lewis College Durango CO NCAA II 87 25 7,326 5,702 5,544 16,072 465 565 91%
Piedmont College Demorest GA NCAA III 4 2          -              -   21,350 21,350 430 520 58%
Savannah College of Art & Design Savannah GA NAIA 6 4 15,893 12,232 33,795 33,795 460 580 67%
Savannah College of Art & Design Atlanta GA NAIA 6 new 15,893 12,232 33,795 33,795 460 580 67%
Marian University Indianapolis IN NAIA 41 16 16,834 13,726 29,400 29,400 450 560 56%
Lindsey Wilson College Columbia KY NAIA 23 10 8,020 10,440 22,320 22,320
Union College Barbourville KY NAIA 9 5 7,548 7,370 21,840 21,840 75%
Belmont Abbey College Belmont NC NCAA II 13 new 2,698 3,258 18,500 18,500 450 570 69%
Brevard College Brevard NC NCAA II 25 7 5,945 8,177 25,950 25,950 43%
Lees-McRae College Banner Elk NC NCAA II 25 9 5,616 6,339 23,450 23,450 62%
Mars Hill University Mars Hill NC NCAA II 6 3 5,395 7,191 25,006 25,006 410 520 62%
Warren Wilson College Swannanoa NC USCAA 11 4          -              -   30,462 30,462 480 580 72%
King University Bristol TN NCAA II 12 5 6,708 6,738 24,316 24,316 440 570 57%
Milligan College Gray TN NAIA 10 8 12,071 10,704 27,700 27,700 480 580 62%
Ripon College Ripon WI NCAA III 3 3          -              -   33,207 33,207 470 680 67%
 

 
The following schools are recognized by USA Cycling as varsity teams but are not classified by their respective schools as official varsity sports
and are  listed on the schools' respective websites as either club or student life sports:
               
Prescott College Prescott AZ Lindenwood University Grover MO
Colorado Mesa University Grand Junction CO Midwestern State University Wichita Falls TN
Western State Colorado Univ Gunnison CO Liberty University Lynchburg  VA
McKendree University Lebanon IL

 
 
(1) Varsity Rosters  do not reflect club or intramural team participants.

(2) Average Athletic Scholarship is the average award per athlete for ALL varsity sports sponsored by the specific 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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