Analysis: Which college swimming & diving program grossed the most in Massachusetts


University of Massachusetts-Amherst, Harvard University and Springfield College top the list of highest grossing men's college swimming and diving programs in Massachusetts in 2016, according to a Higher Education Tribune analysis of the latest federal data from the U.S. Department of Education Office of Postsecondary Education.

Massachusetts Men's Swimming & Diving Programs by Revenue

Rank
School
Division
Athletes (#)
Revenue
Revenue Per Athlete
1
University of Massachusetts-Amherst
NCAA Division I-FBS
30
$472,261
$15,742
2
Harvard University
NCAA Division I-FCS
35
$498,966
$14,256
3
Springfield College
NCAA Division III with football
15
$131,408
$8,761
4
Babson College
NCAA Division III without football
13
$97,759
$7,520
5
Brandeis University
NCAA Division III without football
18
$127,758
$7,098
6
Amherst College
NCAA Division III with football
25
$151,780
$6,071
7
Williams College
NCAA Division III with football
30
$149,811
$4,994
8
Boston College
NCAA Division I-FBS
51
$244,370
$4,792
9
Worcester Polytechnic Institute
NCAA Division III with football
39
$185,356
$4,753
10
College of the Holy Cross
NCAA Division I-FCS
20
$92,511
$4,626
11
Clark University
NCAA Division III without football
13
$57,645
$4,434
12
Tufts University
NCAA Division III with football
43
$137,514
$3,198
13
Bentley University
NCAA Division II with football
25
$72,591
$2,904
14
Bridgewater State University
NCAA Division III with football
20
$53,719
$2,686
15
Boston University
NCAA Division I without football
24
$56,827
$2,368

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Organizations in this Story

Amherst College Babson College Bentley University Boston College Boston University Brandeis University Bridgewater State University Clark University College of the Holy Cross Harvard University Springfield College Tufts University University of Massachusetts-Amherst Williams College Worcester Polytechnic Institute

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