Carnegie Mellon University

Carnegie Mellon University Sports Information

$5,020,503 Total Revenue
$4,947,496 Total Expenses
17 Head Coaches

If you’re a student athlete thinking about going to Carnegie Mellon University be sure to check out the facts on this page about the athletics program as a whole as well as the information about the particular sport you are interested in.

The Carnegie Mellon University Athletics Program

What Division Is Carnegie Mellon In?

As a proud member of the University Athletic Association conference, Carnegie Mellon contends with other NCAA Division III with football schools.

Carnegie Mellon University Sports Participants

There are 593 athletes who take part in at least one sport at the school, 359 men and 234 women.

Carnegie Mellon University Coaches

There are 17 head coaches at Carnegie Mellon, 8 of whom lead men’s teams and 9 of whom head up women’s teams. The head coaches of men’s teams make about $71,946 on average, and the yearly average salary of women’s team head coaches is $71,681.

In addition to the head coaches of Carnegie Mellon sports, there are 21 assistant coaches of men’s teams and 14 assitant coaches of women’s teams. The assistant coaches for women’s teams make an average of $28,181 while the ones for men’s team make about $39,246 a year. Note, the individual salary of coaches is often dependent on the team they coach.

Carnegie Mellon Sports Financials

In terms of financials, Carnegie Mellon collected $5,020,503 in revenue and paid out $4,947,496 in expenses. So, the good news is that athletics program made a profit of $73,007, and that’s much nicer than losing money (which some schools do).

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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 Carnegie Mellon.

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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 Carnegie Mellon.

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A Note About Carnegie Mellon Sports Rankings

Below we give a summary of the data we have for each sport at Carnegie Mellon, including rankings when the school made it to one of our Best Schools for a Sport lists. In order to place in College Factual’s sports rankings, you have to have more than a good sports team. You need to offer a quality education as well. This ensures that while you’re participating in sports programs at the school, you’ll also be getting a solid education.

Carnegie Mellon Basketball

Carnegie Mellon Men’s Basketball

$0 Net Profit/Loss
15 Team Members

The 15-player men’s basketball team at Carnegie Mellon is kept in shape by one head coach and 3 assistant coaches. Carnegie Mellon landed the #54 spot in our Best Colleges for Division III Men’s Basketball out of the 382 colleges and universities that were included in the analysis. This ranking makes the school sit in the top 15% in the nation.

In terms of financials, the Carnegie Mellon men’s basketball program paid out $243,725 in expenses and made $243,725 in total revenue. 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.

Carnegie Mellon Women’s Basketball

$0 Net Profit/Loss
12 Team Members

There are 12 players on the Carnegie Mellon women’s basketball team, and they are led by one head coach and one assistant coach. In College Factual’s most recent Best Colleges for Division III Women’s Basketball analysis, Carnegie Mellon ranked #20 out of 387 colleges and universities. This puts it among the top 5% in the country!

On the money side of things, the Carnegie Mellon women’s basketball program brought home $217,520 in revenue and paid out $217,520 in total expenses. Even though this means that the program didn’t make any money, at least it wasn’t in the red.

Carnegie Mellon Men’s Football

$0 Net Profit/Loss
106 Team Members

The 106-player men’s football team at Carnegie Mellon is kept in shape by one head coach and 8 assistant coaches. According to College Factual’s Best Colleges for Division III Men’s Football analysis, Carnegie Mellon was ranked #10 out of the 221 schools in its division. That means the school is in the top 5% of the United States in this category.

Carnegie Mellon brought in $560,698 in revenue from its football program while paying out $560,698 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.

Carnegie Mellon Golf

Carnegie Mellon Men’s Golf

$0 Net Profit/Loss
18 Team Members

The head coach and assistant coach train and lead the 18 players of the Carnegie Mellon men’s golf team. According to College Factual’s Best Colleges for Division III Men’s Golf analysis, Carnegie Mellon was ranked #3 out of the 16 schools in its division. That means the school is in the top 15% of the United States in this category.

In terms of financials, the Carnegie Mellon men’s golf program paid out $152,708 in expenses and made $152,708 in total revenue. Even though this means that the program didn’t make any money, at least it wasn’t in the red.

Carnegie Mellon Women’s Golf

$0 Net Profit/Loss
12 Team Members

The 12-member women’s golf team at Carnegie Mellon is kept in shape by one head coach and one assistant coach.

On the money side of things, the Carnegie Mellon women’s golf program brought home $105,004 in revenue and paid out $105,004 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.

Carnegie Mellon Soccer

Carnegie Mellon Men’s Soccer

$0 Net Profit/Loss
33 Team Members

There are 33 players on the Carnegie Mellon men’s soccer team, and they are led by one head coach and 2 assistant coaches. According to College Factual’s Best Colleges for Division III Men’s Soccer analysis, Carnegie Mellon was ranked #9 out of the 375 schools in its division. That means the school is in the top 5% of the United States in this category.

On the money side of things, the Carnegie Mellon men’s soccer program brought home $176,187 in revenue and paid out $176,187 in total expenses. Even though this means that the program didn’t make any money, at least it wasn’t in the red.

Carnegie Mellon Women’s Soccer

$0 Net Profit/Loss
25 Team Members

There are 25 players on the Carnegie Mellon women’s soccer team, and they are led by one head coach and 2 assistant coaches. In College Factual’s most recent Best Colleges for Division III Women’s Soccer analysis, Carnegie Mellon ranked #28 out of 383 colleges and universities. This puts it among the top 10% in the country!

The women’s soccer program at Carnegie Mellon made $173,148 in revenue and spent $173,148 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.

Carnegie Mellon Women’s Softball

$0 Net Profit/Loss
17 Team Members

There are 17 players on the Carnegie Mellon women’s softball team, and they are led by one head coach and one assistant coach.

The women’s softball program at Carnegie Mellon made $216,267 in revenue and spend $216,267 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.

Carnegie Mellon Swimming & Diving

Carnegie Mellon Men’s Swimming & Diving

$0 Net Profit/Loss
40 Team Members

The 40-player men’s swimming and diving team at Carnegie Mellon is kept in shape by one head coach and 3 assistant coaches. According to College Factual’s Best Colleges for Division III Men’s Swimming analysis, Carnegie Mellon was ranked #7 out of the 19 schools in its division.

The men’s swimming and diving program at Carnegie Mellon made $151,900 in revenue and spent $151,900 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.

Carnegie Mellon Women’s Swimming & Diving

$0 Net Profit/Loss
31 Team Members

The Carnegie Mellon women’s swimming and diving team is made up of 31 players who, in turn, are trained and guided by a head coach and 3 assistant coaches. According to College Factual’s Best Colleges for Division III Women’s Swimming analysis, Carnegie Mellon was ranked #9 out of the 16 schools in its division.

Carnegie Mellon brought in $132,354 in revenue from its women’s swimming and diving program while paying out $132,354 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.

Carnegie Mellon Tennis

Carnegie Mellon Men’s Tennis

$0 Net Profit/Loss
12 Team Members

There are 12 players on the Carnegie Mellon men’s tennis team, and they are led by one head coach and one assistant coach. In College Factual’s most recent Best Colleges for Division III Men’s Tennis analysis, Carnegie Mellon ranked #7 out of 18 colleges and universities.

The Carnegie Mellon men’s tennis program paid out $109,523 in expenses while making $109,523 in total revenue. Even though this means that the program didn’t make any money, at least it wasn’t in the red.

Carnegie Mellon Women’s Tennis

$0 Net Profit/Loss
14 Team Members

The 14-member women’s tennis team at Carnegie Mellon is kept in shape by one head coach and one assistant coach. According to College Factual’s Best Colleges for Division III Women’s Tennis analysis, Carnegie Mellon was ranked #9 out of the 16 schools in its division.

The women’s tennis program at Carnegie Mellon made $135,107 in revenue and spent $135,107 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.

Carnegie Mellon Track & Field (Combined)

Carnegie Mellon Men’s Track & Field (Combined)

$0 Net Profit/Loss
135 Team Members

The Carnegie Mellon men’s track and field team is made up of 135 players who, in turn, are trained and guided by 2 head coaches and 4 assistant coaches. The 135-member men’s track and field team at Carnegie Mellon is kept in shape by one head coach and one assistant coach.

In terms of financials, the Carnegie Mellon men’s track and field program paid out $179,485 in expenses and made $179,485 in total revenue. 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.

Carnegie Mellon Women’s Track & Field (Combined)

$0 Net Profit/Loss
107 Team Members

The Carnegie Mellon women’s track and field team is made up of 107 players who, in turn, are trained and guided by 2 head coaches and 4 assistant coaches. The 107 players of the Carnegie Mellon women’s track and field team are led by a head coach and an assistant coach.

The women’s track and field program at Carnegie Mellon made $160,223 in revenue and spent $160,223 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.

Carnegie Mellon Volleyball

Carnegie Mellon Women’s Volleyball

$0 Net Profit/Loss
16 Team Members

There are 16 players on the Carnegie Mellon women’s volleyball team, and they are led by one head coach and 2 assistant coaches. Carnegie Mellon landed the #8 spot in our Best Colleges for Division III Women’s Volleyball out of the 375 colleges and universities that were included in the analysis. This ranking makes the school sit in the top 5% in the nation.

On the money side of things, the Carnegie Mellon women’s volleyball program brought home $190,044 in revenue and paid out $190,044 in total 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.

Notes & References

In case you’re wondering why certain sports that Carnegie Mellon University offers aren’t listed above, it’s because we have no data on those sports.

More about our data sources and methodologies.

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