It's the third anniversary of Inside Higher Ed's women's edition of the March Madness academic bracket, and our victor from last year  returns with another perfect Academic Progress Rate . But will that be enough to take the trophy?
Probably not in the National Collegiate Athletic Association's Division I women's basketball tournament.
But in our Academic Performance Tournament, miracles happen all the time. Teams advance based on their APR -- the NCAA's multiyear measure of a team's classroom progress.
In the event of a tie, we turn to the NCAA's Graduation Success Rate, which measures the proportion of athletes on track to graduate within six years. After that, the final tiebreaker is the Federal Graduation Rate, a government measure of degree-holders that uses a slightly different formula.
Click below to see who wins the women's tournament, academic style. (If you missed the men's bracket, check it out here. )
Doug Lederman contributed to this article.