Monday, September 29, 2008

NCAA Women's Tennis

The University of Iowa women's tennis team hit the courts at the Minnesota Invitational this past weekend. Iowa's women's tennis team finished unranked last year, so there is hope for improvement this year.

Looking at the NCAA 2005-2006 financial data, we see that Iowa had a per student loss of around $45,700, which is about twice as great as Iowa State, and above average for the Big 10 and every other Division I conference except the SEC. On the other hand, Iowa State is below average in terms of per student losses with the Big 12 and the other bigger NCAA Division I schools, but above average per student losses for the smaller NCAA Division I schools.

School/Conf Number Revenues Expenses Loss Per Student
Iowa 7 $64,675 $384,596 -$319,921 -$45,703
Iowa State 8 $152,020 $334,603 -$182,583 -$22,823
Big 10 10.2 $102,755 $513,577 -$410,822 -$40,304
Big 12 9.9 $115,259 $498,065 -$382,807 -$39,482
ACC 9.9 $128,001 $508,616 -$380,615 -$39,255
Pac 10 10.2 $181,242 $577,450 -$396,207 -$39,335
SEC 9.0 $108,186 $598,155 -$489,970 -$56,523
Big East 9.3 $93,611 $353,636 -$260,024 -$27,671
Conf USA 9.0 $191,981 $352,235 -$160,254 -$17,600
Mid-American 8.1 $114,361 $280,412 -$166,051 -$21,770
Mountain West 9.8 $214,035 $383,448 -$169,413 -$18,288
Sun Belt 8.6 $125,230 $216,563 -$91,333 -$10,917
WAC 9.1 $86,355 $208,060 -$121,705 -$12,851

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