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Tuesday, 06 May 2008 10:13
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 INDIANAPOLIS (AP) -The list of schools and teams that have posted two consecutive scores of less than 900 on the NCAA's academic progress report. A third consecutive score under 900 next year would ban the teams from postseason competition.
(Listed in alphabetical order)
California State-Fresno - men's basketball
California State-Sacramento - football
Centenary - baseball, men's basketball
East Carolina - men's basketball
Florida International - baseball
Hampton - men's basketball
Indiana State - men's tennis
Jacksonville State - football
Louisiana-Lafayette - men's basketball
Montana State-Bozeman - football
Morgan State - women's volleyball
Murray State - football
New Mexico State - men's basketball
New Orleans - baseball
Oral Roberts - baseball
San Jose State - football, men's cross country, men's soccer
Southern - football
Temple - football
Tennessee-Chattanooga - football, wrestling
Texas-Arlington - baseball
Texas Southern - men's tennis
Weber State - football
 

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