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The report is looking at schools in the FBS subdivision ... so they're cross-section is schools that play in the football bowl subdivision. So teams like Minnesota Mankato, North Dakota, Saint Cloud State, Minnesota Duluth ... are left out of this analysis ... yes it is incomplete.Are you saying that 16 men's teams together lost the $1.028 mil? If so, then did the remainder of the 60'ish men's teams operate at a profit? There are certainly more than 16 men's and seven women's hockey teams in the NCAA. The report that you are citing is not complete.
BUT this report DOES include Wisconsin, Minnesota, Michigan, Michigan State, Boston College, Ohio State ... if you add in the non-FBS schools the numbers MIGHT be different but the 16 schools they are including are not chop liver and if the collection of those schools are losing money I'm not sure adding the schools not included will reach the different result.
Ultimate conclusion IMO is still the same ... men's hockey collectively loses SOME money and women's hockey collectively lose ALOT of money.