The NCAA released single-year scores and four-year multi-year scores.
The men's basketball team -- once banned for a low APR -- had its second straight perfect 1,000 and has a multi-year mark of 983.
The UConn women's basketball team had 975 and a 4-year average of 982.
The football team also made the cut with a multi-year score of 960, eight points higher than the Division I average.
National champion field hockey had a perfect 1,000 score.
"Our men's and women's basketball programs have shown the country that you can win multiple national championships and have outstanding academic success," said UConn Director of Athletics Warde Manuel. "I want to commend head coaches Kevin Ollie and Geno Auriemma and their staffs for the outstanding work that they have done supporting their young men and women."
Four teams had perfect 1,000 APRs -- field hockey, men's golf and men's and women's tennis.
Here are some more notes on the findings:
* A multi-year score of 970 for the baseball team during a time in which it qualified for two NCAA tournaments and appeared in the 2011 Super Regionals.
* A multi-year score of 984 for the men's outdoor track and field team and a 977 for the men's indoor track and field team during a period when the Huskies won six conference championships.
* A multi-year score of 988 for the women's indoor track and field team and a 979 for the women's outdoor track and field team during a period when the Huskies won six combined ECAC championships.
* A 993 four-year score for the women's lacrosse team, which made its first-ever appearance in the NCAA tournament in 2013.
* A multi-year score of 973 for men’s ice hockey with a perfect 1000 in 2013-14 as the team entered Hockey East play in 2014-15.
* A 978 four-year mark by men’s soccer as the team made three-straight appearances in the NCAA tournament quarterfinals and had a perfect 1000 score in 2013-14.
Last week, the NCAA announced that three UConn athletic programs were recognized for top academic performances as part of the NCAA's academic reform program. Based on their most recent multi-year Academic Progress Rates, the UConn field hockey, men's cross country, men's golf, men's indoor track and field, men's outdoor track and field and women's tennis programs have earned NCAA Public Recognition Awards. These awards are given each year to teams scoring in the top 10 percent in each sport with their APRs.