2 Results for tag: Georgia State

More Light Onto Georgia State’s Sand Volleyball Team

Previously, we wrote about Georgia State's decision to build a women's sand volleyball team to balance out the numbers after creating a football team. The case sheds light onto how schools address compliance with Title IX, including how they use proportionality, budget and student interest to make decisions. For Georgia State, the relatively low cost of ... More

Does Georgia State Have Sand In Its Eyes?

The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reported that Georgia State will add women's sand volleyball for the 2013 spring season. Predictably, the school's athletic director, Cheryl Levick, cited Title IX compliance — specifically to balance gender proportionality numbers with football — as the key reason. The addition of this sport brings with it an estimated ... More