Analysis: Which college ice hockey program grossed the most in Michigan


Michigan State University, University of Michigan-Ann Arbor and Michigan Technological University top the list of highest grossing men's college ice hockey programs in Michigan 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.

Michigan Men's Ice Hockey Programs by Revenue

Rank
School
Division
Athletes (#)
Revenue
Revenue Per Athlete
1
Michigan State University
NCAA Division I-FBS
26
$2,908,985
$111,884
2
University of Michigan-Ann Arbor
NCAA Division I-FBS
28
$3,118,669
$111,381
3
Michigan Technological University
NCAA Division II with football
27
$2,633,464
$97,536
4
Western Michigan University
NCAA Division I-FBS
31
$2,363,233
$76,233
5
Northern Michigan University
NCAA Division II with football
28
$1,805,237
$64,473
6
Ferris State University
Other
28
$1,318,957
$47,106
7
Lake Superior State University
NCAA Division II without football
26
$1,190,770
$45,799
8
Adrian College
NCAA Division III with football
27
$245,177
$9,081
9
Lawrence Technological University
NAIA Division II
52
$286,645
$5,512
10
Finlandia University
NCAA Division III with football
43
$236,877
$5,509

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Adrian College Ferris State University Finlandia University Lake Superior State University Lawrence Technological University Michigan State University Michigan Technological University Northern Michigan University University of Michigan-Ann Arbor Western Michigan University

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