The Utes achieved their highest grade in the annual Academic Performance Report by the NCAA, with the multi-year average for Utah's teams rising from 976 to 978, which easily exceeds the minimum of 925.
Teams that performed particularly well were men's tennis, men's skiing, women's basketball and gymnastics teams.
In addition, the multi-year APR rates for women's swimming (990) and men's tennis (1,000) ranked No. 1 in the Pac-12 while football (966), cross country (993) and women's basketball (991) ranked in the top two.
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