When their programs were cut, athletes found new ways to compete.
Newly-appointed Athletic Director Pat Kraft updated The Temple News on the status of the university’s athletic department Oct. 14.
Multiple Temple and city officials, along with trustee Gerry Lenfest broke ground on the East Park Canoe House on Thursday with a ceremony.
The administration’s mission statement features the lofty goal of resurging a program with fundamental flaws.
The athletic department’s recent success comes on the backs of those who lost their jobs due to the athletic cuts.
After the sports cuts, Evan Eigner was forced to choose between competing for his father at the club level or transferring elsewhere.
The son of men’s gymnastics coach Fred Turoff transferred to Ohio State in early June.
With the university’s elimination of five athletic programs nearing, questions remain about what the future holds for non-revenue sports nationwide.