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Men’s Swimming, Gymnastics and Track are back as varsity sports for now
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RE: Men’s Swimming, Gymnastics and Track are back as varsity sports for now
(11-09-2020 09:47 AM)Zorch Wrote:  
(11-08-2020 07:26 AM)Tribal Wrote:  W&M advances with athletics fluidity in leadership and sports, without compensated AD




https://richmond.com/sports/college/will...1dbfa.html

That RTD headline is not accurate. Huge is getting paid through May 2022 and Martin is still getting paid as Rowe’s Chief of Staff.
Weird way of phrasing the title, but RTD could argue we have no currently compensated AD. Huge isn't our AD but is compensated as such and Martin is an acting AD. We have no AD.

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Men’s Swimming, Gymnastics and Track are back as varsity sports for now
One of our male track stars transferred to UNC. Shame, but I don't blame him.

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