HBCU Tennis Programs Ranked by Funding

HBCU Tennis Programs Ranked by Funding

Tennis is not a revenue generating sport as a result you will find that budgets are usually very tight.  This is true for the largest and top schools in the nation.  HBCU’s will have even smaller budgets.  I put this list together to help parents and potential students understand the limitations that exist as they begin their conversations with Coaches of these programs.  The following universities and colleges are HBCU schools. The information source is Kaarme.com A college sports data site.

School                                                                       Program Funding

1. Hampton University $471,367
2. South Carolina State $414,473
3. Xavier University LA $397,458
4. Delaware State Univ $338,395
5. Howard University $330,039
6. Florida A&M Univ. $311,020
7. Norfolk State Univ. $310,000
8. Bethune Cookman $399,415
9. Morgan State Univ $278,926
10. Alcorn State Univ $269,097
11. North Carolina Central $243,407
12. Shaw University $226,449
13. Grambling Univ $162,899
14. Winston Salem Univ. $160,000
15. Alabama State Univ. $159,718
16. Southern Univ * $157,924
17. Alabama A&M $152,000
18. Virginia State Univ $152,000
19. North Carolina A&T $134,070
20. Tennessee State Univ $129,000
21. Benedict College $124,774
22.  Jackson State Univ $123,000
23. Univ Arkansas Pine Bluff $120,314
24. Prairie View A&M $117,000
25. Fort Valley State Univ. $94,900

* Only has a women’s program

I hope this is helpful if you have questions email me at tracy@tennisfutures.net

 

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