Analysis: Which college golf program grossed the most in Alabama


University of Alabama at Birmingham, Samford University and Troy University top the list of highest grossing women's college golf programs in Alabama 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.

Alabama Women's Golf Programs by Revenue

Rank
School
Division
Athletes
Revenue
Revenue Per Athlete
1
University of Alabama at Birmingham
NCAA Division I-FBS
6
$365,425
$60,904
2
University of South Alabama
NCAA Division I-FBS
5
$271,495
$54,299
3
Samford University
NCAA Division I-FCS
7
$372,565
$53,224
4
Troy University
NCAA Division I-FBS
8
$313,299
$39,162
5
Jacksonville State University
NCAA Division I-FCS
7
$251,737
$35,962
6
Alabama State University
NCAA Division I-FCS
5
$123,480
$24,696
7
Faulkner University
NAIA Division I
7
$151,353
$21,622
8
University of Mobile
NAIA Division I
6
$129,377
$21,563
9
University of West Alabama
NCAA Division II with football
8
$168,454
$21,057
10
University of Montevallo
NCAA Division II without football
11
$200,978
$18,271
11
Jefferson State Community College
NJCAA Division I
4
$59,274
$14,819
12
Snead State Community College
NJCAA Division I
7
$81,295
$11,614
13
Spring Hill College
NCAA Division II without football
8
$76,872
$9,609
14
Auburn University
NCAA Division I-FBS
9
$63,901
$7,100
15
Huntingdon College
NCAA Division III with football
10
$69,944
$6,994
16
Birmingham Southern College
NCAA Division III with football
11
$68,485
$6,226


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Alabama State University Auburn University Birmingham Southern College Faulkner University Huntingdon College Jacksonville State University Jefferson State Community College Samford University Snead State Community College Spring Hill College Troy University University of Alabama at Birmingham University of Mobile University of Montevallo University of South Alabama University of West Alabama

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