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[TD]Wrestling is an equivalency sport for NCAA scholarship purposes, so partial scholarships can be awarded to meet the limit per school.

For example, an NCAA Division II school can award 18 wrestlers each a 1/2 scholarship and still meet the limit of 9 per team.

Women's wrestling is not an official sport of either the NCAA or NAIA, the governing body for women's teams is the

__Women's College Wrestling Association__.

**Do the Math!** The average NCAA Division I men's team has a roster size of 32 wrestlers but only a maximum of 9.9 athletic scholarships per team are available.

This means the average award covers only about 1/3 of an athlete's annual college costs.

__* __*Average Athletic Scholarship* is the average award per athlete for ALL varsity sports sponsored by the specific school. Some athletes receive full awards, some receive partial and many receive none.

Additionally some sports within a school may be fully funded, some partially and some sports provide no athletic scholarships.

Private schools generally have higher tuition than public schools and the average award will reflect this.

__% receiving school FA__ reported in the tables below is the percentage of ALL undergrads (athletes & non-athletes) who received financial assistance directly from the school.

*Avr School FA* is the average amount of the award received by those students who received financial assistance directly from the school.

__SAT & ACT percentiles:__ The tables below report the mid-range for SAT Math and ACT composite scores of the school's entering students:

50% of incoming students scored within the range reported, 25% scored at or below the low end of the range (25th percentile) and 25% scored at or above the high end of the range (75th percentile).[/TD]

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