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Tom Gutenberger, vice president for advancement, said that alumni who had been involved with these sports had stopped donating to the university.
After the varsity soccer program dissipated last fall, former members have found new ways to stay and shape and continue to play, participating in IMs.
Twenty-nine varsity roster spots remain unaccounted for after the men’s soccer and men’s indoor and outdoor track teams were replaced with men’s lacrosse.
Alumna Mary Lansfield shares her opinion on four of this year’s controversies on campus, and urges students to voice their thoughts to the administration.
With soccer being cut, former player Brandon Jordi has turned to football, joining the Spiders as its new kicker. Jordi kicked for two games in high school.
The parents of a former UR soccer player Mitch Reavis gave DePauw University $5 million after their son prepared to transfer there because UR dropped soccer.
University of Richmond students protested the administrative decision-making and communication pertaining to the track and field and soccer cuts made last fall.
Bobby Ukrop has resigned from the Board of Trustees, with those close to the situation citing lack of transparency in the soccer and track cuts as the reason.
Bobby Ukrop will present the UR Board of Trustees with an argument in favor of reinstating the men’s soccer and track teams at Friday’s board meeting.
An Australian student who studied at Richmond bemoans the cuts of the men’s track and field and soccer teams.