|College Sprint Football & Scholarship Opportunities||
8 schools sponsored varsity level Sprint Football teams during 2016:
|Athletic Scholarships||Average Athletic|
|Number||Number of teams||Varsity Athletes (1)||Average team size||limit per team **||Scholarship (2)|
|NCAA I||4||4||-||238||-||60||-||-||-||$ -||$ -|
|NCAA II||4||4||-||185||-||46||-||-||-||$ 4,286||$ 4,953|
(1) Statistics report student athlete participation at the
collegiate varsity level and do not reflect school club and
intramural sports teams.
** Sprint football is not an official NCAA sport, so technically there are no limits on athletic scholarships. However all sponsoring schools participate in accordance with rules outlined by the College Sprint Football League; See our page on scholarship limits for more information.
(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 Sprint Football Programs:
Quick Stats - all US Colleges that sponsor varsity Sprint Football teams:
|Average Athletic||SAT Math|
|Schools with Varsity||Roster Size (1)||Scholarship (2)||Annual Tuition & Fees||Average (3)||%|
|Sprint Football Programs||City||State||Division||Men||Women||Men||Women||In-State||Out-of-State||25%||75%||Admitted|
|Post University||Waterbury||CT||NCAA II||48||-||6,502||7,877||15,310||15,310||380||480||87%|
|U.S. Naval Academy||Annapolis||MD||NCAA I||64||-||full ride!||full ride!||-||-||610||710||8%|
|Franklin Pierce University||Rindge||NH||NCAA II||43||-||4,000||4,853||29,682||29,682||430||530||84%|
|Caldwell University||Caldwell||NJ||NCAA II||* Starting 2017 *||7,201||7,136||28,900||28,900||420||550||64%|
|Princeton University||Princeton||NJ||NCAA I||* Dropped 2016 *||-||-||41,820||41,820||710||800||7%|
|Cornell University||Ithaca||NY||NCAA I||63||-||-||-||47,050||47,050||680||770||14%|
|U.S. Military Academy||West Point||NY||NCAA I||65||-||full ride!||full ride!||590||700||9%|
|Chestnut Hill College||Philadelphia||PA||NCAA II||48||-||4,516||6,416||31,930||31,930||420||550||75%|
|Mansfield University||Mansfield||PA||NCAA II||46||-||2,356||2,128||6,820||17,050||430||530||91%|
|University of Pennsylvania||Philadelphia||PA||NCAA I||46||-||-||-||42,176||42,176||690||780||10%|
(1) Varsity Rosters may include redshirt, reserve and/or practice squad players
and do not reflect club or intramural team participants.
(2) Average Athletic Scholarship is the average amount of athletically related student aid 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.
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