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The university considered adding women’s volleyball or crew as a varsity sport in its recent decision to cut track and field and soccer this month.
View photos from Sunday’s UR Save Our Sports Forum, where students, faculty, athletes, alumni and parents gathered to discuss the recent track and soccer cuts.
UR community members gathered for the UR Save Our Sports Forum, where Pres. Ayers spoke and fielded questions about the decision to cut men’s soccer and track.
Find out what happened and what the initial main takeaways are from Sunday’s Save Our Sports Forum, held to discuss Richmond’s cuts of men’s soccer and track.
Follow along from inside the Ukrop Auditorium, where faculty, students, athletes and alumni are gathered to find alternatives to cutting men’s track and soccer.
Richmond faculty, students, athletes and alumni are voicing their opinions against the trustees’ decision to cut men’s soccer and track and field for lacrosse.
Richmond Athletic Director Jim Miller talked about the university’s announcement that it’s cutting men’s soccer and track & field for men’s lacrosse.
Richmond officially announced its intention to cut the men’s soccer and men’s track and field programs, bringing the men’s lacrosse team to varsity level.
Moving from the NCLL to the more competitive MCLA this season, the men’s varsity club lacrosse team has begun 3-0 with wins over ECU, Miami and UCF.
As the Richmond men’s club lacrosse team moves closer to varsity status, several team members said they were becoming a stronger team, despite players recently quitting after realizing they could not commit to a varsity schedule.