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RE: NCAA Public Recognition of APR scores - SBC Teams
(05-09-2014 04:46 PM)runamuck Wrote:  
(05-09-2014 03:29 PM)CatMom Wrote:  NCAA Publicly Recognizes Two Bobcat Teams

Texas State is one of six Sun Belt Conference schools to earn Public Recognition Awards for the 2009-13 academic years. The two Bobcat teams also are among eight SBC teams to earn Public Recognition Awards on Wednesday. The other SBC schools include Arkansas State (women's bowling), Georgia State (men's golf), UL Monroe (women's golf), UT Arlington (women's golf and volleyball) and Western Kentucky (women's volleyball).

uta does not have women's golf..

Apparently the NCAA thinks you do and is giving kudos for their academic standing. I'd go with it. 04-rock
05-09-2014 05:04 PM
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