Citing budget cuts facing the entire university, the University of California at Davis announced Friday that it is eliminating four of its intercollegiate athletic teams: women's rowing, men's wrestling, men's swimming and diving, and men's indoor track and field. The teams' members are 73 women and 80 men. The cuts will save about $5 million over the next five years, and are also part of a plan to eliminate a deficit in the athletics department. The athletes involved and some team alumni are already criticizing the decision.
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