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They Said It

June 21, 1997

'It took a toll on alumni donations and student enrollment. Dropping men's basketball had an effect on all sports. Women's basketball recruits started asking if the women's program would continue to compete at the Division I level.'

Sandee Hill, senior associate athletic director at the University of San Francisco, reflecting on the school's decision to drop its men's basketball program in 1982. It was reinstated in 1985.

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