Missouri athletics 2022 NCAA revenues and expenses report released

Missouri athletics’ annual reporting of revenues and expenses provides a glimpse into the inner workings of a department dealing with massive amounts of money.

Over the course of the fiscal year 2022, which ran from July 2021 to June 2022, MU saw over $141.1 million in athletic revenues.

After expenses, the school reported athletics brought in a $15.5 million surplus. That’s an increase from 2021, when MU reported a net loss of nearly $3.5 million

The Tribune obtained the most recent revenues and expenses report, through an open records request. Here’s what to know about the numbers, along with how the department’s figures have bounced back from the COVID-19 pandemic.

What sports brought in the most profit after expenses?

Football: $9,562,106

Men’s basketball: $1,959,102

Women’s basketball: -$3,563,141

Other sports: -19,815,582

Non-program specific: $27,393,415

What sports take in the most revenue before expenses?

Football: $42,370,252

Men’s basketball: $12,245,252

Women’s basketball: $511,472

Other sports: $1,824,372

Non-program specific: $84,205,038

Which sports cost the most?

Football: $32,808,146

Men’s basketball: $10,286,792

Women’s basketball: $4,074,613

Other sports: $21,639,954

Non-program specific: $56,811,623

How did ticket sales figures bounce back after dropping due to pandemic-impacted attendance for FY 2021?

FY 2019: $16,225,689

FY 2020: $16,124,731

FY 2021: $3,574,357

FY 2022: $13,929,479

How much did MU spend on recruiting?

Football: $1,215,934

Men’s basketball: $329,224

Women’s basketball: $75,705

Other sports: $485,788

How much more is MU spending on football recruiting over the last several years?

FY 2019: $852,024

FY 2020 $621,334

FY 2021 $175,008

FY 2022 $$1,215,934

How much did Missouri spend on coaching salaries, benefits and bonuses?

Football: $10,193,980

Men’s basketball: $4,609,115

Women’s basketball: $1,370,125

Other sports: $5,899,295

What about MU’s spending on support staff?

Football: $3,831,246

Men’s basketball: $639,817

Women’s basketball: $399,897

Other sports: $1,026,185

Non-program specific: $17,853,809

How much did each sport receive in contributions?

Football: $7,132,361

Men’s basketball: $1,690,955

Women’s basketball: $226,335

Other sports: $447,645

Non-program specific: $20,015,148

How much did Missouri receive from its media rights?

Football: $14,720,000

Men’s basketball: $4,097,779

Women’s basketball: $0

Other sports: $0

Non-program specific: $17,931,724

How have Missouri’s revenue and expenses changed through the years?

2012 revenues: $50,719,665 (From USA Today database)

2012 expenses: $66,980,889 (USAT)

FY 2022 revenues: $141,157,028

FY 2022 expenses: $125,621,128

The summary of MU’s 2022 NCAA financial report can be seen below.

2022 NCAA Financial Report MU | PDF | National Collegiate Athletic Association | Revenue

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