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Richmond to Add DI Men's Lacrosse

The university would cut men soccer and track to become Title IX compliant for the move, the paper reported. Players and coaches from both teams were told the news in a meeting Friday, the school paper said. Richmond already has a women lacrosse team.

An official announcement is expected Friday, the paper said. The school had considered lacrosse in the spring but decided not to add it at that time.

Growth at the Division I level has seen an uptick in the past two years: Michigan, High Point, Marquette, Monmouth, Furman and Boston Sildenafil Citrate Powder Suppliers University have all announced the addition of men lacrosse in the past two years. Presbyterian dropped Division I lacrosse last season. The 2013 season will be up to 63 teams with Marquette and High Point starting. After 2014, it will currently be 66 with with addition of Furman, Monmouth and Boston University.

The report said the team will play in Robins Stadium. The stadium was opened in 2010 and hosts the football team. The 8,700 capacity stadium cost $28 million to build, according to the school website.

Richmond is just more than an hour southeast of Charlottesville, home to the University of Virginia. Richmond is a private university with an enrollment of about 4,500.

The school has a club team, which it elevated to varsity club two years ago.

Richmond Athletics Official Release

In order to achieve the objectives established in our April 2011 athletic strategic plan, the University of Richmond athletic department is adding men lacrosse as an NCAA Division I intercollegiate sport. The addition of men lacrosse is part of a reconfiguration of our athletic program that was approved by the University Board of Trustees. This reconfiguration discontinues the University sponsorship of men soccer and men indoor and outdoor track and field, effective at the conclusion of their 2012 13 seasons. The athletic department will continue to sponsor the men cross country program. We are planning for the men club lacrosse team to transition to a Division I team by the spring of 2014.

A successful Division I athletic department, like any successful organization, cannot remain static. It must look to the future and identify a strategy to best serve the University and its student athletes for the long term. It has been more than ten years since the University evaluated and made changes to the intercollegiate sports it sponsors. As a result, the University athletic strategic plan recognized the need for a thoughtful and "Buy Cheap Jintropin Online" forward looking assessment of the University Division I sports to ensure that we meet the future needs of the University and the next generation of student athletes.

That assessment involved more than a year of extensive study and strategic analysis that considered many factors, including competitive success, high school and college sports participation rates, and resource requirements. It focused on the most effective means for fulfilling the University athletic strategic plan, which includes a commitment to enable our student athletes to achieve ambitious academic, athletic, and personal aspirations, and to compete successfully for conference championships and national recognition.

This reconfiguration of the athletic program and the prospect of building a nationally regarded men lacrosse program put the University in the best position to meet those objectives and more fully leverage our athletic assets. Men lacrosse is an excellent fit for the University and is the fastest growing male high school sport. As the University strives to provide the best undergraduate education and ensure access and affordability, it is essential that the University consider the most effective deployment of its resources. These changes will result in a new $3 million athletic endowment funded by multiple donors and additional resources for other Olympic sports, while reducing the total number of Division I sports.

While this reconfiguration serves the Buy Kamagra Australia best interests of the majority of our current and future student athletes, we recognize how disappointing this decision is for our men soccer and men track and field student athletes, their families, coaches, and our track and soccer alumni. We are proud of the men who have competed as Spiders in soccer and track and field, and grateful for their many contributions to the University of Richmond.

The University will make every effort to assist those students affected by this decision. For current students who choose to continue their undergraduate education at Trenbolone Acetate Benefits the University of Richmond, we will honor their athletic scholarships until they graduate or for a period equal to their remaining NCAA eligibility. The University will grant immediate releases to student athletes who choose to transfer and compete for another university.

Most members of the men indoor and outdoor track teams are also members of the cross country team. They will be able to continue to participate in cross country and compete in limited track meets, although they will not be eligible for postseason competition or NCAA championships Clomiphene Nz Side Effects in track and field.

Beginning in the 2013 2014 academic year, the University will sponsor 17 NCAA Division I teams. All compete in the Atlantic 10, except women golf and football, which compete in the Colonial Athletic Association. Men lacrosse will seek associate membership status in an existing NCAA men lacrosse conference.

The University of Richmond athletic department serves approximately 360 student athletes.

FAQs: the Addition of Men Lacrosse and Changes in the University of Richmond Athletic Program

1. How did the University reach this decision?

It has been more than ten years since the University evaluated and made changes to the intercollegiate sports it sponsors. As a result, the University April 2011 athletic strategic plan recognized the need for a thoughtful and forward looking assessment of the University Division I sports to ensure that we meet the future needs of the University and the next generation of student athletes.

That assessment involved more than a year of extensive study and analysis of the most effective means for fulfilling the University athletic strategic plan, which includes a commitment to enable our student athletes to achieve ambitious academic, "Jintropin China Supplier" athletic, and personal aspirations, and to compete successfully for conference championships and national recognition. This reconfiguration of the athletic program and the prospect of building a nationally regarded men lacrosse program put the University in the best position to meet those objectives and more fully leverage our athletic assets.

The analysis leading up to this decision was conducted by an internal task force that included representatives from athletics, the faculty, and administration. Over the past year, the task force shared data and emerging findings with buy cheap jintropin online the University Board of Trustees on multiple occasions before the trustees were asked to consider a recommendation that the University add men lacrosse as a Division I sport and discontinue sponsoring men soccer and men indoor and outdoor track and field at the conclusion of the 2012 13 season.

2. Why add lacrosse and discontinue other men sports?

After extensive analysis, the University concluded that this reconfiguration of the athletic program and the prospect of building a nationally regarded men lacrosse program put the University in the best position to achieve objectives established in the athletic strategic plan and more fully leverage our athletic assets. These changes will result in a new $3 million athletic endowment and more resources for other Olympic sports, while reducing the total number of Division I sports.

Men lacrosse is an excellent fit for the University and will be well positioned to compete for conference championships and attain national recognition. Lacrosse is the fastest growing male high school sport and one of the fastest growing NCAA men sports. Because there are only 65 Division I men lacrosse teams, the University has the opportunity "Hgh Jintropin Avis" to build a highly competitive men lacrosse program while the field is still relatively small. The University can effectively recruit in areas where the popularity of high school lacrosse is rapidly expanding. In addition, there is strong interest in lacrosse on campus and among alumni, as demonstrated by the success of the championship club lacrosse team.

The only practical way for the University to add men lacrosse is to substitute it for other men Division I sports. The University is proud of the accomplishments and contributions of the members of the men indoor and outdoor track and soccer teams. However, given the objectives of the athletic strategic plan, men lacrosse is the right fit at the University of Richmond.

3. What happens to the student athletes? Do they have any other choices?

The University will honor athletic scholarships for the current student athletes until they graduate or for a period equal to their remaining NCAA eligibility. The athletic department will also assist those student athletes who wish to transfer in order to compete at another school. Many of the men indoor and outdoor track student athletes are also members of the cross country team and will be able to continue to compete on the men cross country team and in limited track meets, although they will not be eligible for post season competition or NCAA championships in track and field.

4. What will happen to the coaches of the affected teams?

The men track coaches will remain with the University as part of the coaching staff of the men and women cross country teams and the women indoor and outdoor track and field teams. The head men soccer coach is on an interim appointment that is scheduled to end after the men soccer season. The University will work with the assistant coach for men soccer to facilitate his transition to a new position at another institution.

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