FAYETTEVILLE — The NCAA released the latest Academic Progress Rate (APR) scores Tuesday.

If you're new to this, the APR is a four-year look at a team’s classroom performance. Points for each athlete are awarded based on retention and academic eligibility. A multi-year score above 930 is deemed acceptable. One below it subjects the program to penalties. This year’s APR data covers academic years 2008-09, 2009-10, 2010-11 and 2011-12.

The significant story for the Razorbacks this year: all 19 Arkansas sports posted a score above the NCAA’s cutline of 930. It included the men’s basketball program, which scored a 951 and was above the benchmark for the first time in five years.

For more on the basketball program's recovery, click this link.

For more on the football program's APR and future under Bielema, click this link.

Below is a look at each Arkansas sport’s four-year score, 2011-12 score and the Division I average.

MEN’S SPORTS — Multi-Year / 2011-12 / Division I Average

Baseball — 964 / 951 / 965

Basketball — 951 / 977 / 952

Cross Country — 975 / 912 / 975

Football — 938 / 924 / 949

Golf — 1,000 / 1,000 / 974

Tennis — 1,000 / 1,000 / 974

Indoor Track — 958 / 975 / 965

Outdoor Track — 949 / 938 / 968

WOMEN’S SPORTS — Multi-Year / 2010-11 / Division I Average

Basketball — 945 / 917 / 972

Cross Country — 977 / 967 / 983

Golf — 992 / 1,000 / 986

Gymnastics — 1,000 / 1,000 / 989

Soccer — 995 / 1,000 / 981

Softball — 966 / 1,000 / 978

Swimming — 1,000 / 1,000 / 986

Tennis — 984 / 923 / 982

Indoor Track — 964 / 943

Outdoor Track — 962 / 943

Volleyball — 1,000 / 1,000

Also, below is a look at how Arkansas basketball — which had been subject to penalties like scholarship losses and faced others like postseason bans the past few  years — has recovered after being well below the APR benchmark of 930 for four consecutive years:

YEAR          MULTI-YEAR / SINGLE YEAR

2011-12            951 / 977

2010-11            894 / 957

2009-10            892 / 918

2008-09            886 / 933

2007-08            888 / 755