When trying to decide if Cape Fear Community College is right for them, student athletes may want to check out the information on this page about the school’s overall athletics program and the data on the particular sport of interest to them.
There are 84 athletes who take part in at least one sport at the school, 38 men and 46 women. They receive, on average, about $688 in sports-related student aid to attend CFCC. Looking at the difference between men and women, males received an average of about $625 and women received an average of $740.
The sports at CFCC are led by 5 head coaches, 2 of whom coach male teams and 3 of whom spearhead women’s teams. The head coaches of men’s teams make about $25,161 on average, and the yearly average salary of women’s team head coaches is $27,366.
There are also 2 assitant coaches of sports at CFCC. That breaks down to 1 assistant coaches of men’s teams and 1 assistant coaches of women’s teams. The assistant coaches for women’s teams make an average of $18,205 while the ones for men’s team make about $17,339 a year. Note, the individual salary of coaches is often dependent on the team they coach.
In terms of financials, CFCC collected $438,084 in revenue and paid out $438,084 in expenses. That’s not a profit, but then again, it’s not a loss either.
The net profit or loss can vary with each sport. For example, sports like basketball and football are often moneymakers for a school while other sports could be operating at a deficit. The chart below compares the amount of money made (or lost) for each of the men’s sports offered at CFCC.
Likewise, money made for women’s athletics can vary quite a bit by sport. Here’s what the comparison looks like for women’s sports at CFCC.
Along with the other data we present for each sport below, we also include the sport’s ranking on our Best Schools for the Sport list when applicable. College Factual’s sports rankings are a little different than the other ones you’ll find on the Internet, since our analyses take both athletics and academics into account. This ensures that while you’re participating in sports programs at the school, you’ll also be getting a solid education.
The head coach and assistant coach train and lead the 13 players of the CFCC men’s basketball team.
The men’s basketball program at CFCC made $87,940 in revenue and spent $87,940 in expenses. So, the program broke even. It’s unfortunate that it didn’t make any money, but, then again, it didn’t lose any money either.
The CFCC women’s basketball team is made up of 10 players who, in turn, are trained and guided by a head coach and an assistant coach.
The women’s basketball program at CFCC made $66,859 in revenue and spent $66,859 in expenses. On the positive side, this means the program didn’t lose any money - and that’s not something every college sports program can claim.
The 25 players of the CFCC men’s soccer team are led by a head coach and an assistant coach.
The men’s soccer program at CFCC made $39,734 in revenue and spent $39,734 in expenses. On the positive side, this means the program didn’t lose any money - and that’s not something every college sports program can claim.
The 22 players of the CFCC women’s soccer team are led by a head coach and 2 assistant coaches.
CFCC brought in $50,844 in revenue from its women’s soccer program while paying out $50,844 in expenses. On the positive side, this means the program didn’t lose any money - and that’s not something every college sports program can claim.
There are 14 players on the CFCC women’s volleyball team, and they are led by one head coach and one assistant coach.
On the money side of things, the CFCC women’s volleyball program brought home $44,877 in revenue and paid out $44,877 in total expenses. On the positive side, this means the program didn’t lose any money - and that’s not something every college sports program can claim.
It’s possible that you may not find your favorite sport on this page, since we only include those sports on which we have data.
U.S. Department of Education’s Equity in Athletics Data Analysis (EADA)
The academic progress rate (APR) of each team was made available by the NCAA.
More about our data sources and methodologies.