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Richmond’s final men’s soccer game ever ended in a 3-3 tie with nationally-ranked VCU on Friday in front of many fans hoping to help “Save Spider Soccer.”
The Carry the Flag team held a press conference Friday to discuss the contradictions and deceit of the Richmond administration in the sports cuts.
Follow along with live updates as alumni of the recently cut men’s soccer and track teams hold a press conference promised to reveal vital info to their cause.
After waiting for various reasons, the men’s track and soccer alumni at UR are revealing the info they’ve gathered, including a lot of administration deception.
When the men’s soccer and track teams were told they were being cut, members from each went straight to the internet to look for support for their cause.
Former sports editor Scott Himelein uses his last Collegian column to talk about the university’s decision to cut the men’s soccer team, a program of which he and his brother have been a part.
Check out video footage from Sunday afternoon’s UR Save Our Sports Forum in Ukrop Auditorium, along with interviews after the forum with people in attendance.
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.
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.