Colorado State Will Swap Women's Teams to Comply With Title IX
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Colorado State University will replace its women's water polo team with a women's soccer team, after the U.S. Education Department's Office for Civil Rights said the university failed to offer enough women's athletic scholarships, the Coloradoan reported. The CSU-OCR resolution agreement, stemming from a 2012 lawsuit, should result in the university offering six additional women's scholarships and bring Colorado State into compliance with federal gender-equity requirements enforced under Title IX by September 2016.