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Discover Coastal Carolina University's commitment to academic success for student-athletes, with programs boasting high GPAs and accolades in the Sun Belt Conference. Learn how the Department of Athletics prioritizes diversity and inclusivity, shaping responsible citizens. Uncover the significant role of the Faculty Athletics Representative in upholding academic integrity and student welfare.


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Student-Athlete Academic Report

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  1. Student-Athlete Academic Report Coastal Carolina University, 2022-23 Faculty Senate Presentation Mark Mitchell, NCAA Faculty Athletics Representative (F.A.R.) November 29, 2023

  2. NCAA Faculty Athletics Representative (FAR) The Faculty Athletics Representative (FAR) is a member of the faculty appointed by the President to represent Coastal Carolina University and its faculty in relationships with the NCAA and the Sun Belt Conference. The FAR reports directly to the President. The FAR plays a key role in oversight of athletics programs, working to ensure the academic integrity of the athletics program and the welfare of student- athletes.

  3. Dept. of Athletics Mission Statement The Coastal Carolina University Department of Athletics seeks to provide our student-athletes the opportunities to reach their potential as responsible and productive citizens. This is accomplished by fostering a culture of success academically, athletically and personally. 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.

  4. Dept. of Athletics Diversity Statement The Coastal Carolina University Department of Athletics embraces diversity among its student-athletes, coaches, and staff. As a Department of Athletics, we are committed to creating an inclusive community regardless of socioeconomic status, religion, gender, ethnicity, age, disabilities and sexual orientation.

  5. Success in the CLASSROOM 18 of CCU s 19 sport programs have a cumulative GPA over 3.00. That s 95% of our teams! 11 of 11 Women s Teams / 7 of 8 Men s Teams Three of our teams posted the highest GPAs in the conference during the 2022-23 academic year: Football also competed in the conference championship game Men s Tennis Women s Soccer

  6. Sun Belt Conference Academic Awards 2022-23 The Sun Belt Conference Commissioner s Cup recognizes student-athletes with overall GPA of at least 3.50. CCU had 148 student-athletes recognized. This is the 2ndhighest figure ever for CCU. The Sun Belt Conference Academic Honor Roll recognizes student-athletes with overall GPA between 3.00 and 3.49. CCU had 86 student-athletes recognized. In total, 234 student-athletes were recognized by The Sun Belt Conference.

  7. ASUN and C-USA Academic Awards 2022-23 CCU was an affiliate member of the Atlantic Sun Conference (ASUN) for Women s Lacrosse in 2022-23. The ASUN Academic Honor Roll recognizes student-athletes with overall GPA of 3.00 and above. As CCU was a one-year affiliate, our student-athletes were not included in the conference honor roll. They had 32 student-athletes who would have qualified. CCU was an affiliate member of Conference USA (C-USA) for Women s Beach Volleyball in 2022-23. The C-USA Academic Honor Roll recognizes student-athletes with overall GPA of 3.00 and above. As CCU was a one-year affiliate, our student-athletes were not included in the conference honor roll. They had 17 student-athletes who would have qualified. Combining the 3 conference figures, CCU had a total of 283 student- athletes recognized.

  8. Success in Competition: Sun Belt Conference Champions

  9. Post-Season Recognition Alvaro Garcia-Pascual (Men s Soccer) SBC First-Team All-Conference Peter Dearle (Men s Soccer) SBC Second-Team All-Conference Scholar All American Megan Brouse (Women s Soccer) SBC Second-Team All-Conference Molly Jones (Cross Country) SBC Champion (5K) SBC Women s Runner of the Year NCAA Southeast All-Region USTFCCCA All-Academic Athlete

  10. Post-Season Recognition Ella Saada (Volleyball) SBC First-Team All-Conference Lina Perugini (Volleyball) SBC Second-Team All-Conference Grayson McCall (Football) SBC Player of the Year (3rdTime) SBC First-Team All-Conference (3rdTime) Jared Brown (Football) SBC Freshman of the Year College Football news Freshman All-American Willie Lampkin (Football) SBC First-Team All-Conference

  11. Post-Season Recognition Josaiah Stewart (Football) SBC Second-Team All-Conference Lance Boykin (Football) SBC Second-Team All-Conference Aja Blount (Women s Basketball) SBC First-Team All-Conference Alexis Glasco (Women s Indoor/Outdoor Track) NCAA Second-Team All-American SBC Champion Indoor (60 Meter Hurdles) SBC Champion Outdoor (100 Meter Hurdles)

  12. Post-Season Recognition Alexis Glasco, Sydney Clemens, Amanda Kinloch, and Kayla Sweeney (Women s Outdoor Track) SBC 2ndPlace 4 x 100 Meter Relay Team Kayla Downey (Lacrosse) ASUN Player of the Year ASUN First-Team All-Conference Avery McIlwaine (Lacrosse) ASUN Midfielder of the Year ASUN First-Team All-Conference ASUN Scholar Athlete of the Year

  13. Post-Season Recognition Jordan Gertz (Lacrosse) ASUN First-Team All-Conference Seth Taylor (Men s Golf) SBC First-Team All-Conference NCAA Regional Participant Madie Lichty & Sarlota Svobodova (Beach Volleyball) SBC First-Team All-Conference Raychel Ehlers & Madison Allred (Beach Volleyball) SBC Second-Team All-Conference AVCA Top-Flight Award Recipients

  14. Post-Season Recognition Victoire De Samucewicz (Women s Tennis) SBC Second-Team All-Conference (Singles) SBC Second-Team All-Conference (Doubles) Jesse Hollins (Women s Tennis) SBC Second-Team All-Conference (Doubles) Tatum Berger (Women s Tennis) SBC Newcomer of the Year Anna Babayan (Women s Tennis) SBC Women s Tennis Player to Watch Carlos Berna Ruiz (Men s Tennis) SBC Second-Team All-Conference (Singles)

  15. Post-Season Recognition Iyanla De Jesus (Softball) SBC First-Team All-Conference Diamond Williams (Softball) SBC Second-Team All-Conference Caden Bodine (Baseball) Baseball America Freshmen All-American Collegiate Baseball Freshman All-American SBC Freshman of the Year SBC First-Team All-Conference Nick Luckey (Baseball) SBC First-Team All-Conference

  16. Post-Season Recognition Teddy Sharkey (Baseball) Collegiate Baseball/Rawlings All-American SBC First-Team All-Conference Derek Bender (Baseball) Rawlings All-American SBC First-Team All-Conference Blake Barthol (Baseball) Collegiate Baseball Freshman All American Zack Beach (Baseball) SBC Second-Team All-Conference

  17. Post-Season Recognition Payton Eeles (Baseball) SBC Second-Team All-American Graham Brown (Baseball) SBC Second-Team All-American

  18. Recognizing ACADEMICand ATHLETICExcellence 1A FAR Academic Excellence Award Winners: Alyssa Eske (Beach Volleyball) Sarlota Svobodova (Beach Volleyball) JT Killen (Football) Iyanla De Jesus (Softball) Rebeka Fucka (Volleyball) Ashley Rulison (Women s Cross-Country) Brooke Gottlieb (Lacrosse) Megan Brouse (Women s Soccer) Nikki Boon (Women s Track & Field)

  19. Recognizing ACADEMICand ATHLETICExcellence College Sports Communicators (CSC) Academic All-District Team recognizing student-athletes who combine performances ON THE COURT and IN THE CLASSROOM. Iyanla De Jesus (Softball) Riley Zana (Softball) Abbey Montoya (Softball) Nicolette Picone (Softball) Mady Volpe (Softball) Matthew Potok (Baseball) Anna Babayan (Women s Tennis)

  20. Recognizing ACADEMICand ATHLETICExcellence CSC Academic All-District Recognition cont. Megan Hopton (Women s Tennis) Lilie Steryous (Women s Tennis) Carlos Berna Ruiz (Men s Tennis) Steve Mundt (Men s Tennis) Maj Tomac (Men s Tennis) Guilherme Toresan (Men s Tennis) Kayla Downey (Lacrosse) Avery McIlwaine (Lacrosse) Monica Manley (Lacrosse) Lance Boykin (Football)

  21. Recognizing ACADEMICand ATHLETICExcellence CSC Academic All-District Recognition cont. Shane Bruce (Football) Liam Gray (Football) Kade Hensley (Football) Tavyn Jackson (Football) JT Killen (Football) Jairan Parker (Football) Rolan Wooden II (Football) Mael Couteau (Men s Soccer) Peter Dearle (Men s Soccer)

  22. Recognizing ACADEMICand ATHLETICExcellence CSC Academic All-District Recognition cont. Alex Kinateder (Soccer) Luc Mikula (Soccer) Dimitris Moraitakis (Soccer)

  23. Recognizing ACADEMICand ATHLETICExcellence The NFF Hampshire Honor Society recognizes college football players from all divisions of the NCAA, NAIA, and sprint football, who each maintained a cumulative 3.2 GPA or better throughout their college careers. Lance Boykin Bryce Carpenter TJ Ivy Jr. Antwine Loper Kennedy Roberts Tyler Roberts Reese White Rolan Wooden II

  24. Recognizing ACADEMICand ATHLETICExcellence 2023 Women's Golf Coaches Association (WGCA) All-America Scholars Luisa Gibson Isabella Spinazze Clare Gimpel 2023 Academic All-American by the Golf Coaches Association of America Garrett Cooper Trey Crenshaw Seth Taylor

  25. Recognizing ACADEMICand ATHLETICExcellence 2023 ITA Scholar Athletes Women s Tennis Anna Babayan Megan Hopton Lilie Steryous 2023 ITA Scholar Athletes Men s Tennis Carlos Berna Ruiz Steve Mundt Maj Tomac Guilherme Toresan

  26. TEAM Academic Awards ABCA Team Academic Excellence Award (Baseball) USMC/AVCA Team Academic Award (Volleyball) USMC/AVCA Team Academic Award (Beach Volleyball) United Soccer Coaches Team Academic Award (Men s Soccer) United Soccer Coaches Team Academic Award (Women s Soccer) Intercollegiate Tennis Association (ITA) All-Academic Team (Women s Tennis) Intercollegiate Tennis Association (ITA) All-Academic Team (Men s Tennis) USTFCCCA All-Academic Team (Men s Track & Field) USTFCCCA All-Academic Team (Women s Track & Field)

  27. CumulativeGrade Point Average (GPA) Summary for Student-Athletes, at the end of Spring 2023 semester Student-Athlete Average Cumulative GPA General Degree- Seeking Students Average Cumulative GPA 3.29 3.12 All 3.49 3.22 Women 3.12 3.00 Men

  28. Average Grade Point Average Per Team Women s Sports at end of Spring 2023 Women s Sport Average Cumulative GPA for Team 3.11 3.71 3.33 3.63 3.23 3.60 3.44 3.67 3.66 3.23 3.50 Basketball Beach Volleyball Cross-Country Golf Indoor Track Lacrosse Softball Soccer (highest in SBC) Tennis Track Volleyball 3.49 Average GPA

  29. Average Grade Point Average Per Team Men s Sports at end of Spring 2023 Men s Sport Baseball Basketball Cross-Country Football (highest in SBC) Golf Soccer Tennis (highest in SBC) Track Average GPA for Team 3.17 2.73 3.34 3.01 3.34 3.45 3.74 3.09 3.12 Average GPA

  30. Distribution of Student-Athletes (including Team Managers, Dance, & Cheer) by College NUMBER of Student-Athletes 182 PERCENTAGE of Student-Athletes 27% College Business Education & Social Sciences Humanities & Fine Arts Science CMC Health & Human Perform. 48 7% 109 16% 95 14% 224 34% 5 <1% HTC Honors/Other Total NOTE: There are 501 Student-Athletes and 162 students who participate in Dance, Cheer, & Student Managers. 663 100%

  31. Sports with Head Count Scholarships Head count sports mean the team is restricted in the number of student-athletes who can be on scholarship. For example, an NCAA DI FBS Football team is allowed 85 scholarships per year and they are only allowed to have 85 athletes on scholarship. They cannot divide that money up to give half scholarships to more student-athletes. Football (DI FBS only) Basketball (DI men s and women s) Tennis (DI women only) Gymnastics (DI women only) Volleyball (DI women only).

  32. Sports with Equivalency Scholarships Equivalency scholarships mean there is no restriction on the number of student-athletes who may be on scholarship, but there is a limit on the number of scholarships a team can have. For example, a team might have 30 student-athletes and 15 scholarships. Rather than have 15 student-athletes on scholarships and 15 student-athletes as walk-ons, a coach may divide the scholarships and all student-athletes could receive a half scholarship. For most equivalency sports, athletes are on partial scholarships. In some sports, there are also limits on the number of student-athletes receiving scholarships (Baseball = 27; Beach Volleyball = 14).

  33. Coastal Carolina University % of Student-Athletes on Head Count Scholarship % of Student-Athletes on Equivalency (Partial) or No Scholarship About 1/3 About 2/3 Football (up to 85) Men s Basketball (13) Women s Basketball (15) Women s Tennis (8) Volleyball (12) All other sports 1/3 PARTIAL Athletic Aid 1/3 NO Athletic Aid

  34. NCAA Scholarships Per Sport Men s Sports Allowable NCAA Scholarships 11.7 13 12.6 85 4.5 9.9 4.5 CCU Roster Size Baseball Basketball** X-C / Track Football** Golf Soccer Tennis 40 14 34 121 11 30 9

  35. NCAA Scholarships Per Sport Women s Sports Allowable NCAA Scholarships 15 6 18 6 12 14 12 8 12 CCU Roster Size Basketball** Beach Volleyball X-C / Track Golf Lacrosse Soccer Softball Tennis** Volleyball** 14 19 41 10 36 27 27 8 16

  36. Graduation Success Rate (GSR)

  37. 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: (a) incoming transfers who graduate from a different institution than the one they started at; and (b) transfers who leave an institution in good standing. Calculations (Freshmen + transfers) students leaving with academic eligibility

  38. Graduation Success Rates (GSR) for 2016-17 Cohort Group All Students Student Athletes 51% 55% 16-17 Graduation Rate 48% 48% Four-Class Average Student-Athlete Graduation Success Rate (GSR) 87%

  39. Graduation Success Rates (GSR) for CCU Women s Sports (2016-17 cohort) Women s Sport CCU Rate for Sport 83% 83% 100% 100% 88% 91% 100% 100% FED Rate for Sport 60% 61% 67% 86% 42% 41% 55% 69% Basketball Cross Country / Track Golf Lacrosse Soccer Softball Tennis Volleyball

  40. Graduation Success Rates (GSR) for CCU Women s Sports over the last 6-years 2017-18 2018-19 2019-20 2020-21 2021-22 2022-23 Sport 83% 83% 100% 100% 88% 91% 100% 100% 92 97 100 85 94 100 100 96 100 100 85 88 89 100 96 95 100 100 92 79 82 100 96 95 92 100 100 83 86 100 97 93 91 100 100 Basketball CC/Track Golf Lacrosse 93 100 100 85 Soccer Softball Tennis Volleyball

  41. Graduation Success Rates (GSR) for CCU Men s Sports (2016-17 cohort) Men s Sport CCU Rate for Sport 83% 90% 88% 74% 100% 90% 100% FED Rate for Sport 31% 57% 54% 58% 71% 13% 33% Baseball Basketball Cross Country / Track Football Golf Soccer Tennis

  42. Graduation Success Rates (GSR) for CCU Men s Sports over the last 6 years 2017-18 2018-19 2019-20 2020-21 2021-22 2022-23 Sport Baseball 83% 76 82 80 80 85 Basketball 90% 71 80 92 92 87 CC/Track 88% 90 84 84 76 76 Football 74% 73 79 79 81 83 Golf 100% 100 88 89 89 88 Soccer 90% 85 75 80 71 79 Tennis 100% 100 100 100 100 100

  43. Academic Progress Rate (APR)

  44. 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

  45. Academic Progress Rate (APR) for Women s Sports (2022-2023) Women s Sport Basketball Cross-Country Golf Indoor/Outdoor Track Lacrosse Softball Soccer Tennis Volleyball Beach Volleyball Single Year * pending Multi Year (last 4 years) 962 976 1,000 930 1,000 1,000 991 959 1,000 1,000 989 1,000 974 975 990 996 980 992 965 979

  46. APR for Womens Sports over the last 6 reporting periods 2018-19 2019-20 2020-21 2021-22 2022-23 Sport 2017-18 Basketball 1,000 1,000 983 962 962 930 Cross Country Indoor/Out- Door Track Golf 963 875 1,000 938 1,000 1,000 978 956 958 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 939 946 991 Lacrosse 1,000 1,000 993 987 981 1,000 Soccer 983 1,000 988 1,000 983 1,000 Softball 941 964 1,000 976 965 989 Tennis 1,000 1,000 1,000 969 1,000 1,000 Volleyball 1,000 976 956 979 950 974 Beach Volleyball 1,000 1,000 938 1,000 1,000 975

  47. Academic Progress Rate (APR) for Men s Sports (2022-23) Men s Sport Single Year * pending Multi Year (last 4 years) 963 942 875 983 985 957 992 934 Baseball Basketball Cross-Country Football Golf Soccer Tennis Track 990 1,000 1,000 980 1,000 946 1,000 939

  48. APR for Mens Sports over the last reporting periods 2017-18 2018-19 2019-20 2020-21 2021-22 2023-23 Sport Baseball 980 973 979 985 961 990 Basketball 979 974 941 959 875 1,000 Cross Country Football 1,000 971 1,000 941 737 1,000 938 956 971 964 988 980 Golf 917 967 1,000 977 935 1,000 Soccer 929 953 963 950 960 946 Tennis 964 984 1,000 977 1,000 1,000 Track, Outdoor 988 974 1,000 945 927 939

  49. CCU Student-Athletes Serving our Community PGA HOPE introducing golf to military veterans with disabilities. Miracle League Baseball, Golf, Soccer, and Softball providing participation sports for children with disabilities. Caring for Kindergartners teaching the importance of reading and giving to others. Adopt-A-Chant providing donations to underprivileged children in Horry County.

  50. CCU Student-Athletes Serving our Community Help 4 Kids / Backpack Buddies providing food donations to be sent home with children for the weekend. Habitat for Humanity providing a pathway to affordable housing. A Night To Shine providing a prom experience for people with special needs ages 14 and older. The event is co-sponsored by the Tim Tebow Foundation and held at the Rock Church in Conway, SC.

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