University of Minnesota - Twin Cities

University of Minnesota - Twin Cities Sports Information

$122,667,963 Total Revenue
$111,380,179 Total Expenses
23 Head Coaches

On this page, we take a look at the University of Minnesota - Twin Cities athletics program as well as each varsity sport offered at the school so student athletes can decide if the school is a good match for them.

The University of Minnesota - Twin Cities Athletics Program

What Division Is UMN Twin Cities In?

As a member of the NCAA Division I-FBS, UMN Twin Cities competes in the Big Ten Conference conference.

There are 874 athletes who take part in at least one sport at the school, 429 men and 445 women. On average, these students receive around $15,826 in sports-related student aid, which can help defray a lot of college costs. Looking at the difference between men and women, males received an average of about $17,881 and women received an average of $13,844.

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University of Minnesota - Twin Cities Coaches

Of the 23 head coaches at UMN Twin Cities, 11 are leaders of men’s teams and 12 lead women’s teams. The average salary of the men’s team head coaches is $781,966, while the head coaches of women’s team make, on average, $189,979 per year.

There are also 57 assitant coaches of sports at UMN Twin Cities. That breaks down to 31 assistant coaches of men’s teams and 26 assistant coaches of women’s teams. The annual average salary for those who coach women’s teams is $83,585 and the average for those who coach men’s is $189,347. Note, the individual salary of coaches is often dependent on the team they coach.

UMN Twin Cities Sports Net Profit/Loss

The sports teams at UMN Twin Cities brought home $122,667,963 in revenue while shelling out $111,380,179 in expenses. So, the good news is that athletics program made a profit of $11,287,784, 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 UMN Twin Cities.

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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 UMN Twin Cities.

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A Note About UMN Twin Cities Sports Rankings

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. 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. We believe it’s important to get a great education, whether you participate in sports or not.

UMN Twin Cities Men’s Baseball

$-1,797,337 Net Profit/Loss
Excellent Graduation Rate

There are 35 players on the UMN Twin Cities men’s baseball team, and they are led by one head coach and 3 assistant coaches. The team has an excellent academic progress rate of 1000 - proof that they don’t ignore the importance of getting a good education. In College Factual’s most recent Best Colleges for Division I Men’s Baseball analysis, UMN Twin Cities ranked #32 out of 271 colleges and universities. This puts it among the top 15% in the country!

The UMN Twin Cities baseball program paid out $2,045,647 in expenses while making $248,310 in total revenue. This is a bit of a downer since it means that the program lost money, $-1,797,337 to be exact.

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UMN Twin Cities Women’s Basketball

$-3,449,734 Net Profit/Loss
Excellent Graduation Rate

The UMN Twin Cities women’s basketball team is made up of 30 players who, in turn, are trained and guided by a head coach and 3 assistant coaches. With an excellent academic progress rate of 995, the team has shown that they take there time in the classroom seriously. Our Best Colleges for Division I Women’s Basketball ranking placed UMN Twin Cities# 122 out of the 324 schools in its division.

The UMN Twin Cities women’s basketball program paid out $4,539,092 in expenses while making $1,089,358 in total revenue. Unfortunately, that means the program lost money, racking up a net loss of $-3,449,734.

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UMN Twin Cities Men’s Football

$30,612,815 Net Profit/Loss
Excellent Graduation Rate

There are 115 players on the UMN Twin Cities men’s football team, and they are led by one head coach and 14 assistant coaches. The team members have more than football on their mind, too, as seen by the team’s great academic progress rate of 980. UMN Twin Cities was given a rank of 25 out of the 124 schools in its division in our most recent Best Colleges for Division I (FBS) Men’s Football report.

The football program at UMN Twin Cities made $63,016,508 in revenue and spend $32,403,693 in expenses. So, the program was a moneymaker for the school, bringing in $30,612,815 in net profit. Mark this down as a good thing.

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UMN Twin Cities Golf

UMN Twin Cities Men’s Golf

$-649,641 Net Profit/Loss
Excellent Graduation Rate
11 Team Members

The 11-member men’s golf team at UMN Twin Cities is kept in shape by one head coach and one assistant coach. With an excellent academic progress rate of 984, the team has shown that they take there time in the classroom seriously.

In terms of financials, the UMN Twin Cities men’s golf program paid out $720,380 in expenses and made $70,739 in total revenue. That’s not such good news since it means the program lost money to the tune of $-649,641.

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UMN Twin Cities Women’s Golf

$-676,653 Net Profit/Loss
Excellent Graduation Rate
9 Team Members

There are 9 players on the UMN Twin Cities women’s golf team, and they are led by one head coach and one assistant coach. In addition to spending time on the field, teammates score well in the classroom, too. As a whole, the team has a super academic progress rate of 1000.

The UMN Twin Cities women’s golf program paid out $725,517 in expenses while making $48,864 in total revenue. Unfortunately, that means the program lost money, racking up a net loss of $-676,653.

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UMN Twin Cities Gymnastics

UMN Twin Cities Men’s Gymnastics

$-845,688 Net Profit/Loss
Excellent Graduation Rate

The UMN Twin Cities men’s gymnastics team is made up of 22 members who, in turn, are trained and guided by a head coach and 2 assistant coaches. Teammates care for more than gymnastics, too. Their great academic progress rate of 992 is a sign that they spend ample time on their studies as well. According to College Factual’s Best Colleges for Men’s Gymnastics analysis, UMN Twin Cities was ranked #4 out of the 8 schools in its division.

The UMN Twin Cities men’s gymnastics program paid out $879,895 in expenses while making $34,207 in total revenue. That’s not such good news since it means the program lost money to the tune of $-845,688.

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UMN Twin Cities Women’s Gymnastics

$-1,351,884 Net Profit/Loss
Excellent Graduation Rate
20 Team Members

There are 20 members on the UMN Twin Cities women’s gymnastics team, and they are led by one head coach and 4 assistant coaches. Teammates care for more than gymnastics, too. Their great academic progress rate of 995 is a sign that they spend ample time on their studies as well.

The women’s gymnastics program at UMN Twin Cities made $56,321 in revenue and spent $1,408,205 in expenses. That’s not such good news since it means the program lost money to the tune of $-1,351,884.

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UMN Twin Cities Ice Hockey

UMN Twin Cities Men’s Hockey

$-362,998 Net Profit/Loss
Excellent Graduation Rate

The 28-player men’s ice hockey team at UMN Twin Cities is kept in shape by one head coach and 3 assistant coaches. Teammates care for more than ice hockey, too. Their great academic progress rate of 997 is a sign that they spend ample time on their studies as well. In College Factual’s most recent Best Colleges for Division I Men’s Ice Hockey analysis, UMN Twin Cities ranked #4 out of 54 colleges and universities. This puts it among the top 10% in the country!

The men’s ice hockey program at UMN Twin Cities made $4,302,407 in revenue and spent $4,665,405 in expenses. Unfortunately, that means the program lost money, racking up a net loss of $-362,998.

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UMN Twin Cities Women’s Ice Hockey

$-2,367,549 Net Profit/Loss
Excellent Graduation Rate

The head coach and 3 assistant coaches train and lead the 28 players of the UMN Twin Cities women’s ice hockey team. Teammates care for more than ice hockey, too. Their great academic progress rate of 992 is a sign that they spend ample time on their studies as well. In College Factual’s most recent Best Colleges for Division I Women’s Ice Hockey analysis, UMN Twin Cities ranked #10 out of 30 colleges and universities.

The UMN Twin Cities women’s ice hockey program paid out $2,729,801 in expenses while making $362,252 in total revenue. That’s not such good news since it means the program lost money to the tune of $-2,367,549.

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UMN Twin Cities Women’s Rowing

$-1,529,974 Net Profit/Loss
Excellent Graduation Rate
64 Team Members

The 64-player women’s rowing team at UMN Twin Cities is kept in shape by one head coach and 4 assistant coaches. With an excellent academic progress rate of 990, the team has shown that they take there time in the classroom seriously.

UMN Twin Cities brought in $186,944 in revenue from its women’s rowing program while paying out $1,716,918 in expenses. Unfortunately, that means the program lost money, racking up a net loss of $-1,529,974.

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UMN Twin Cities Soccer

UMN Twin Cities Women’s Soccer

$-1,628,374 Net Profit/Loss
Excellent Graduation Rate

There are 25 players on the UMN Twin Cities women’s soccer team, and they are led by one head coach and 3 assistant coaches. In addition to spending time on the field, teammates score well in the classroom, too. As a whole, the team has a super academic progress rate of 997. According to College Factual’s Best Colleges for Division I Women’s Soccer analysis, UMN Twin Cities was ranked #51 out of the 306 schools in its division.

In terms of financials, the UMN Twin Cities women’s soccer program paid out $1,703,909 in expenses and made $75,535 in total revenue. This is a bit of a downer since it means that the program lost money, $-1,628,374 to be exact.

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UMN Twin Cities Women’s Softball

$-1,640,407 Net Profit/Loss
Excellent Graduation Rate

The 22-player women’s softball team at UMN Twin Cities is kept in shape by one head coach and 3 assistant coaches. The team members have more than softball on their mind, too, as seen by the team’s great academic progress rate of 993. UMN Twin Cities landed the #18 spot in our Best Colleges for Division I Women’s Softball out of the 273 colleges and universities that were included in the analysis. This ranking makes the school sit in the top 10% in the nation.

In terms of financials, the UMN Twin Cities women’s softball program paid out $1,817,915 in expenses and made $177,508 in total revenue. This is a bit of a downer since it means that the program lost money, $-1,640,407 to be exact.

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UMN Twin Cities Swimming & Diving

UMN Twin Cities Men’s Swimming & Diving

$-1,174,327 Net Profit/Loss
35 Team Members

The 35 players of the UMN Twin Cities men’s swimming and diving team are led by a head coach and 6 assistant coaches. In College Factual’s most recent Best Colleges for Division I Men’s Swimming analysis, UMN Twin Cities ranked #17 out of 21 colleges and universities.

UMN Twin Cities brought in $79,782 in revenue from its men’s swimming and diving program while paying out $1,254,109 in expenses. That’s not such good news since it means the program lost money to the tune of $-1,174,327.

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UMN Twin Cities Women’s Swimming & Diving

$-1,279,497 Net Profit/Loss
36 Team Members

The 36 players of the UMN Twin Cities women’s swimming and diving team are led by a head coach and 6 assistant coaches. In College Factual’s most recent Best Colleges for Division I Women’s Swimming analysis, UMN Twin Cities ranked #21 out of 23 colleges and universities.

The women’s swimming and diving program at UMN Twin Cities made $89,195 in revenue and spent $1,368,692 in expenses. This is a bit of a downer since it means that the program lost money, $-1,279,497 to be exact.

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UMN Twin Cities Tennis

UMN Twin Cities Men’s Tennis

$-750,803 Net Profit/Loss
Excellent Graduation Rate
10 Team Members

The 10-member men’s tennis team at UMN Twin Cities is kept in shape by one head coach and one assistant coach. In addition to spending time on the field, teammates score well in the classroom, too. As a whole, the team has a super academic progress rate of 1000.

The UMN Twin Cities men’s tennis program paid out $800,577 in expenses while making $49,774 in total revenue. That’s not such good news since it means the program lost money to the tune of $-750,803.

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UMN Twin Cities Women’s Tennis

$-919,500 Net Profit/Loss
Excellent Graduation Rate
12 Team Members

The 12 players of the UMN Twin Cities women’s tennis team are led by a head coach and an assistant coach. The team has an excellent academic progress rate of 1000 - proof that they don’t ignore the importance of getting a good education.

On the money side of things, the UMN Twin Cities women’s tennis program brought home $25,804 in revenue and paid out $945,304 in total expenses. That’s not such good news since it means the program lost money to the tune of $-919,500.

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UMN Twin Cities Track & Field (Combined)

UMN Twin Cities Men’s Track & Field (Combined)

$-1,536,159 Net Profit/Loss
121 Team Members

There are 121 players on the UMN Twin Cities men’s track and field team, and they are led by 2 head coaches and 9 assistant coaches. There are 121 players on the UMN Twin Cities men’s track and field team, and they are led by one head coach and one assistant coach.

The UMN Twin Cities men’s track and field program paid out $1,579,538 in expenses while making $43,379 in total revenue. Unfortunately, that means the program lost money, racking up a net loss of $-1,536,159.

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UMN Twin Cities Women’s Track & Field (Combined)

$-2,112,492 Net Profit/Loss
180 Team Members

The 180 players of the UMN Twin Cities women’s track and field team are led by 2 head coaches and 9 assistant coaches. The 180-member women’s track and field team at UMN Twin Cities is kept in shape by one head coach and one assistant coach.

The women’s track and field program at UMN Twin Cities made $15,491 in revenue and spent $2,127,983 in expenses. This is a bit of a downer since it means that the program lost money, $-2,112,492 to be exact.

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UMN Twin Cities Volleyball

UMN Twin Cities Women’s Volleyball

$-3,135,540 Net Profit/Loss
Excellent Graduation Rate

The head coach and 3 assistant coaches train and lead the 19 players of the UMN Twin Cities women’s volleyball team. In addition to spending time on the field, teammates score well in the classroom, too. As a whole, the team has a super academic progress rate of 995. According to College Factual’s Best Colleges for Division I Women’s Volleyball analysis, UMN Twin Cities was ranked #33 out of the 307 schools in its division. That means the school is in the top 15% of the United States in this category.

The women’s volleyball program at UMN Twin Cities made $737,063 in revenue and spent $3,872,603 in expenses. That’s not such good news since it means the program lost money to the tune of $-3,135,540.

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UMN Twin Cities Men’s Wrestling

$-1,245,932 Net Profit/Loss
Excellent Graduation Rate

The UMN Twin Cities men’s wrestling team is made up of 36 players who, in turn, are trained and guided by a head coach and 3 assistant coaches. Teammates care for more than wrestling, too. Their great academic progress rate of 988 is a sign that they spend ample time on their studies as well. UMN Twin Cities landed the #10 spot in our Best Colleges for Division I Men’s Wrestling out of the 16 colleges and universities that were included in the analysis.

The UMN Twin Cities wrestling program paid out $1,569,928 in expenses while making $323,996 in total revenue. Unfortunately, that means the program lost money, racking up a net loss of $-1,245,932.

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