Analysis: Which college volleyball program grossed the most in Louisiana


Tulane University of Louisiana, Louisiana Tech University and Southeastern Louisiana University top the list of highest grossing college volleyball programs in Louisiana 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.

Louisiana Volleyball Programs by Revenue

Rank
School
Division
Athletes (#)
Revenue
Revenue Per Athlete
1
Tulane University of Louisiana
NCAA Division I-FBS
16
$1,482,715
$92,670
2
Louisiana Tech University
NCAA Division I-FBS
14
$751,747
$53,696
3
Southeastern Louisiana University
NCAA Division I-FCS
13
$516,060
$39,697
4
University of Louisiana at Lafayette
NCAA Division I-FBS
19
$633,784
$33,357
5
McNeese State University
NCAA Division I-FCS
16
$493,606
$30,850
6
Xavier University of Louisiana
NAIA Division I
14
$405,037
$28,931
7
Nicholls State University
NCAA Division I-FCS
17
$422,649
$24,862
8
University of Louisiana at Monroe
NCAA Division I-FBS
17
$409,899
$24,112
9
University of New Orleans
NCAA Division I without football
17
$405,277
$23,840
10
Grambling State University
NCAA Division I-FCS
15
$332,097
$22,140
11
Loyola University New Orleans
NAIA Division I
21
$311,034
$14,811
12
Southern University at New Orleans
NAIA Division I
11
$93,133
$8,467
13
Dillard University
NAIA Division I
17
$127,851
$7,521
14
Centenary College of Louisiana
NCAA Division III without football
11
$72,419
$6,584

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Centenary College of Louisiana Dillard University Grambling State University Louisiana Tech University Loyola University New Orleans McNeese State University Nicholls State University Southeastern Louisiana University Southern University at New Orleans Tulane University of Louisiana University of Louisiana at Lafayette University of Louisiana at Monroe University of New Orleans Xavier University of Louisiana

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