LE MOYNE COLLEGE PLACES 17TH AMONGST DIVISION II COLLEGES IN COMPREHENSIVE STUDY OF BOTH ACADEMICS AND ATHLETICS
Chicago, Ill. – NCSA Athletic Recruiting is pleased to
announce Le Moyne College is ranked 17th among NCAA Division II
universities in the 10th Annual NCSA Collegiate Power Rankings.
NCSA Athletic Recruiting's Collegiate 2012 Power Rankings assess the academic and athletics standards of all NCAA athletic programs across the country. The Power Rankings were developed to help prospective student athletes and their families evaluate the particular strengths of the top colleges and universities at the Division I, II and III levels.
"The Power Rankings are an objective tool to empower student athletes to find the right fit in a college or university, not only for its athletics, but academics as well," says Lisa Strasman, COO and President of NCSA Athletic Recruiting. "Our hope is to educate these student-athletes and their parents on the importance of evaluating schools that will provide the education for an enriched, successful career after college, in addition to athletic success.” concluded Strasman.
The Collegiate Power Rankings from NCSA Athletic Recruiting are calculated for each Division I, II and III college and university by averaging student-athlete graduation rates, academic rankings provided by U.S. News & World Report, and the strength of athletic departments as determined by the Learfield Sports Directors' Cup.
These Power Rankings are only one example of NCSA Athletic
Recruiting's commitment to redefining collegiate recruiting.
As the leading athletic recruiting network, NCSA connects more than
42,000 college coaches with student-athletes who hope to pursue
both higher education and the chance to compete in athletics at the
The Northeast-10 Conference was well represented as fellow conference members Stonehill College (6), Bentley University (8), Adelphi University (15), Saint Michael's College (18), Assumption College (25), Merrimack College (27), Saint Anselm College (42), Pace University (52), UMass Lowell (68), Southern New Hampshire (83) and the University of New Haven (88) all appear in the rankings.
A comprehensive list of the rankings, both overall and by division, is available at: http://www.ncsasports.org/who-is-ncsa/power-rankings