4 Results for tag: men’s cross country

How Title IX Enforcement Harms Both Men and Women

It was a sad weekend at the University of Delaware, as the 100-year old men's track team competed on campus for the last time. You'll recall that the team, as well as men's cross country, was recently eliminated, with the school citing Title IX compliance as the reason why. Jim Tresolini of the News-Journal was there, and he picked up on something we've ... More

Delaware Cuts Men’s Track and Cross Country; School Cites Title IX Compliance as Reason

As we communicated on our Facebook page earlier this week, the University of Delaware demoted both its track and field and cross country teams to club status. The track team, which just celebrated its 100th birthday, was demoted, according to school officials, because it helped the school better comply with Title IX. Here's our buddy Bob Button at Texas ... More

Cracking the Title IX Code at the University of Delaware

Back in late 2008, rumors were swirling at the University of Delaware that most of the men's track and field program was under threat thanks to Title IX concerns. In the end, only the men's indoor track team was demoted to club status, but it's clear that the experience had an impact on Emily Nassi, Managing Sports Editor of The Review, the student newspa... More

Buying Into Title IX Doubletalk at the University of Delaware

While the administration at the University of Delaware decided to ignore NCAA President Myles Brand's edict not to blame Title IX for the end of the Men's Indoor Track program, the folks who run the student newspaper don't seem to mind resorting to Orwellian twists of the language to cover up what happened: University President Patrick Harker, Edgar ... More