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>A Track Team Eliminated

>This morning it was announced that the University of Delaware will eliminate its men’s track and cross country teams, effective at the end of this school year.  The teams will technically still compete at the club level, but for all … Continue reading

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>More on Cincinnati Defunding

>I can’t claim any insider info, but my brother does work with a parent of a scholarship athlete at Cincy. He described the opposition to the defunding move as “vociferous”. The AD was recently on local sports talk radio and … Continue reading

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>Cincinatti Defunding Track

> From the Track & Field News Message Board: I have learned through a trusted source that the University of Cincinnati has decided to eliminate scholarship funding to men’s track & field starting next year. Current athletes will have their … Continue reading

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>James Madison track cuts update

>Way back in September, James Madison University announced it was cutting ten sports and (falsely) blamed Title IX. On Friday, a student group made its case against the cuts to the school’s Board of Visitors. More or less, the students … Continue reading

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>A Program Reinstated

> Just the other day it was announced that Fresno State University would reinstate their men’s cross country program. The team was cut three years ago, along with men’s indoor track and soccer and women’s swimming; outdoor track avoided the … Continue reading

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>Good Riddance

>Today’s Toledo Blade reports Greg Christopher of Purdue University will be Bowling Green State University‘s new athletic director, replacing the outgoing Paul Krebs. The Blade, for the first time I’m aware of, made reference to Krebs’ hatchet job at BGSU, … Continue reading

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