After factoring in APR scores from the 2012-13 academic year, the latest available, Kevin Willard's Seton Hall program has the third-best multi-year Academic Progress Rate in the Big East. The NCAA released their data from the 2012-13 school year earlier today at 2:30 et.
Seton Hall posted a multi-year score of 979 in 2012-13, their highest score ever and one which has been steadily improved upon since Willard's arrival in South Orange. Another indicator of Willard's academically-inclined teams is the 2011-12 squad which raised the bar by scoring a perfect 1,000. A look at Seton Hall's multi-year APR, which is a four-year rolling average, since the 2004-05 academic year:
|2006/2007||924||Immediate Penalty - Scholarship Reduction = 1|
Here's how Seton Hall's score stacks up against the rest of the conference:
Supplemental reading: nine programs have been ruled ineligible for post-season play due to the latest wave of APR scores, Jerry Carino has compared Rutgers' 978 multi-year to the rest of the AAC and Big Ten, and the NCAA's official release, which highlights the improvement of annual APR scores across the athletic landscape.