Analysis: Which college wrestling program grossed the most in Kansas


Newman University, Bethany College and Ottawa University-Ottawa top the list of highest grossing college wrestling programs in Kansas 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.

Kansas Wrestling Programs by Revenue

Rank
School
state_cd
Division
Athletes (#)
Revenue
Revenue Per Athlete
1
Newman University
KS
NCAA Division II without football
18
$292,247
$16,236
2
Bethany College
KS
NAIA Division II
23
$357,272
$15,534
3
Ottawa University-Ottawa
KS
NAIA Division II
37
$523,497
$14,149
4
Benedictine College
KS
NAIA Division I
16
$218,964
$13,685
5
Baker University
KS
NAIA Division I
39
$497,020
$12,744
6
Kansas Wesleyan University
KS
NAIA Division II
12
$138,275
$11,523
7
Colby Community College
KS
NJCAA Division I
10
$111,088
$11,109
8
Central Christian College of Kansas
KS
NAIA Division II
5
$54,639
$10,928
9
Fort Hays State University
KS
NCAA Division II with football
29
$262,811
$9,062
10
Labette Community College
KS
NJCAA Division II
24
$175,460
$7,311
11
Pratt Community College
KS
NJCAA Division I
21
$132,976
$6,332
12
Neosho County Community College
KS
NJCAA Division I
26
$135,465
$5,210
13
Barton County Community College
KS
NJCAA Division I
29
$147,996
$5,103
14
Northwest Kansas Technical College
KS
NJCAA Division I
37
$174,943
$4,728

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Organizations in this Story

Baker University Barton County Community College Benedictine College Bethany College Central Christian College of Kansas Colby Community College Fort Hays State University Kansas Wesleyan University Labette Community College Neosho County Community College Newman University Northwest Kansas Technical College Ottawa University-Ottawa Pratt Community College

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