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Not CUSA Related: Another Conference, Another Sport Cut- BUGS Cut Baseball
Bowling Green Cuts Baseball

Quote:Bowling Green director of athletics Bob Moosbrugger — a former Falcons baseball player — said the move was needed.

Quote:“Clearly, I know that fans and donors and certainly baseball alumni will be disappointed in this decision, and in me,” Moosbrugger said in a virtual press conference. “Personally, I had to put my personal bias aside for the sport that I love and one of the reasons why I came here, and do what I thought was best for the entire athletic department.”

Quote:The school says the decision to cut baseball will save about $500,000 annually.

Im sorry but 500,000 isn't that much in the grand scheme of an athletic budget. Considering at least 100,000 - 150.000 would be for the coach alone.
05-15-2020 08:10 PM
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