Analysis: Which college golf program grossed the most in Oregon


Oregon State University, University of Oregon and Oregon Institute of Technology top the list of highest grossing men's college golf programs in Oregon 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.

Oregon Men's Golf Programs by Revenue

Rank
School
Division
Athletes
Revenue
Revenue Per Athlete
1
Oregon State University
NCAA Division I-FBS
10
$566,411
$56,641
2
University of Oregon
NCAA Division I-FBS
10
$199,135
$19,914
3
Corban University
NAIA Division I
13
$246,886
$18,991
4
Concordia University-Portland
NCAA Division II without football
10
$162,268
$16,227
5
Oregon Institute of Technology
NAIA Division II
10
$126,372
$12,637
6
Multnomah University
NAIA Division II
3
$35,733
$11,911
7
Warner Pacific College
NAIA Division II
8
$84,410
$10,551
8
Willamette University
NCAA Division III with football
8
$68,028
$8,504
9
George Fox University
NCAA Division III with football
6
$49,427
$8,238
10
Northwest Christian University
NAIA Division II
7
$56,448
$8,064
11
New Hope Christian College-Eugene
NCCAA Division I
2
$14,078
$7,039
12
Lewis & Clark College
NCAA Division III with football
8
$53,096
$6,637
13
Pacific University
NCAA Division III with football
8
$50,093
$6,262
14
Linfield College-McMinnville Campus
NCAA Division III with football
13
$40,958
$3,151


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Organizations in this Story

Concordia University-Portland Corban University George Fox University Lewis & Clark College Linfield College-McMinnville Campus Multnomah University New Hope Christian College-Eugene Northwest Christian University Oregon Oregon Institute of Technology Oregon State University Pacific University University of Oregon Warner Pacific College Willamette University

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