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RE: Thread wherein we list colleges and universities that are eliminating sports
(07-08-2020 12:54 PM)BigBlueMonarch Wrote:  I would counter that Volleyball at Stanford is quite significant. Most of the best Men's and Women's volleyball players have come out of Cali

True, but with Stanford dropping only 23 D1 schools offer men's volleyball and the NCAA tournament includes D2 programs. Whereas with women's volleyball, ODU was one of the few, and arguably one of the biggest, athletic programs not to offer it until now.
07-08-2020 01:24 PM
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RE: Thread wherein we list colleges and universities that are eliminating sports
Dartmouth drops five sports
07-09-2020 08:52 PM
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