How much revenue does each sport generate at Texas A&M?
The table below displays the total revenue generated by each sport at Texas A&M University for the 2018-2019 fiscal year.
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Football is the most popular sport at Texas A&M, and it generate the most revenue for the school. In the 2018 season, the football team generated $170 million in revenue.
Revenue from home football games totaled $103.8 million during the 2017-2018 season, according to data from the Texas comptroller’s office. That’s an increase of $5.2 million, or 5.3 percent, from the previous season.
Football is the most popular sport in America, and it generates a lot of revenue for universities across the country. The 2018-2019 season was no different, as Texas A&M generated a whopping $148 million in revenue. That number is up from $127 million the previous year and $108 million in 2016-2017.
Most of that revenue comes from ticket sales, TV contracts, and merchandise sales. But how does that compare to other sports? Well, basketball comes in second at Texas A&M, generating $19.6 million in 2018-2019. That’s followed by baseball ($8.9 million), track & field ($3.5 million), and swimming & diving ($1.8 million).
Interestingly, football actually loses money for the school when you factor in expenses like coaches’ salaries, team travel, and facility costs. But it more than makes up for it in other ways, such as boosting applications and donations. So while it might not be profitable on its own, football is still a very important part of the university’s overall finances.
Texas A&M’s men’s basketball team generated $19.6 million in revenue in the 2018-19 season, which was the third-most among all men’s basketball programs in the state of Texas. Texas A&M’s basketball program has generated an average of $17.1 million in revenue over the last five years.
The 2017-2018 season was a successful one for the Men’s Basketball team. The team generated $21,146,032 in revenue, which was the second highest among all sports at Texas A&M. The majority of this revenue came from ticket sales, with $12,059, Zeroes being generated from ticket sales alone. Other sources of revenue for the team included conference distributions ($6.4 million), NCAA distributions ($4 million), and royalties and licensing ($500,000).
The following table shows the revenue generated by each sport at Texas A&M during the 2018-2019 season.
| Sport | Revenue ($ millions) |
| ———————— | ——————-:|
| Football | 119.1 |
| Men’s Basketball | 8.5 |
| Women’s Basketball | 1.4 |
| Baseball | 4.5 |
Women’s basketball is the second most popular sport at Texas A&M, behind only football. The program generated $17.8 million in revenue in the 2017-18 season. This is a significant increase from the $5.6 million in revenue that the program generated in the 2009-10 season.
In 2017-2018, the Texas A&M Women’s Basketball team generated $1,145,497 in revenue. The majority of this revenue came from ticket sales, with $800,841 being generated from home games and $344,656 from away games. This was followed by conference distributions, which generated $200,000 in revenue for the team. Lastly, other sources of revenue included things like royalties and rights fees, which generated $46,000.
The 2018-2019 season was a special one for the Texas A&M Women’s Basketball team. They made it to the Sweet Sixteen of the NCAA Tournament and finished the season with a 27-9 record. That year, the team generated $4,444,653 in revenue, which was the most of any women’s basketball team in Texas.
According to a recent study, baseball generates the most revenue of any sport at Texas A&M. The school generated a total of $38.3 million in revenue from the sport in the 2017-2018 academic year. That is an increase of $5.6 million from the previous year.
Texas A&M generated a total of $192.6 million in revenue during the 2017-2018 season. Of that amount, $37.4 million came from football, $31.8 million from men’s basketball, and $23.9 million from baseball.
The 2018-2019 season was a great one for the Aggies! Although we didn’t make it to the College World Series, we brought in a lot of revenue for the school. Here is a breakdown of how much revenue each sport generated at Texas A&M.
-Basketball (men’s): $6,407,916
-Basketball (women’s): $1,537,502
According to a report by the Department of Intercollegiate Athletics, the sport of softball generated $3,022,015 in revenue during the 2017-2018 season. This was the fifth highest amount of revenue generated by any sport at Texas A&M.
The 2017-2018 season was a record-breaking year for the Texas A&M softball team. The team won the regular season SEC title for the first time in program history and made it to the Women’s College World Series for the second time.
The team’s success translated to increased revenue, as well. According to data from the Department of Athletics, the softball team generated $2,859,858 in revenue during the 2017-2018 season. That’s an increase of $1,000,000 from the previous season and a school record for softball.
Ticket sales accounted for $1,357,191 of the team’s total revenue. That’s an increase of $453,191 from 2016-2017 and another school record. The team also brought in $1,002,500 in donations, which is an increase of $250,000 from 2016-2017.
The 2017-2018 season was a banner year for Texas A&M softball, both on and off the field. The team’s success translated to increased revenue and several school records.
In the 2018-2019 season, the Texas A&M softball team had a total revenue of $1,204,749. This was generated from a variety of sources, including ticket sales, donations, and merchandise sales. The team’s expenses for the season were $1,083,353, resulting in a net profit of $121,396.
Track & Field
While college football might be the first sport that comes to mind when one thinks of Texas A&M, the school’s track and field program actually generates more revenue. In the 2018 fiscal year, the track and field program brought in $4.5 million in revenue.
The 2017-2018 season was a historic one for the Texas A&M track & field program as the Aggies captured their first-ever NCAA Indoor National Championship and followed that up with a runner-up finish at the NCAA Outdoor National Championships.
The Aggies were led by National Champions Donovan Brazier (indoor 600m, outdoor 800m), Jarrion Lawson (long jump, outdoor 100m, 200m), Fred Kerley (outdoor 400m) and Mylik Kerley (outdoor 400m). In all, the Aggies won 12 individual national titles during the season and added four more relay titles for a total of 16 NCAA Championships.
In addition to their success on the national stage, the Aggies also claimed their fourth consecutive Southeastern Conference indoor title and second consecutive SEC outdoor crown.
In the 2018-2019 season, Texas A&M generated a total of $192 million in revenue from its athletics program. The program is split into two main parts: the men’s sports teams and the women’s sports teams. The men’s teams generated $104 million in revenue, while the women’s teams generated $88 million.
The largest sources of revenue for the athletics program are football and men’s basketball. In the 2018-2019 season, football generated $103 million in revenue, while men’s basketball generated $12 million. Other sports that generate significant revenue for the athletics program include baseball ($9 million), track & field ($7 million), and soccer ($4 million).
The Athletic Department at Texas A&M University generates a lot of revenue. Football brings in the most money, followed by men’s basketball. Baseball, track & field, and women’s basketball round out the top five. Let’s take a look at the numbers.
Football – $192,769,497
Basketball – $16,968,139
Baseball – $6,354,124
During the 2018-2019 season, the athletic department at Texas A&M generated a total revenue of $192,680,645. Football generated the most revenue, bringing in $148,936,015, or 77.6% of the total revenue. The second most popular sport was men’s basketball, which brought in $18,858,907, or 9.8% of the total revenue. The table below lists the total revenue generated by each sport during the 2018-2019 season.
Track & Field|$2,425,950