Michigan State Asks Supreme Court to Take Title IX Case

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A lawsuit seeking to reinstate swimming and diving at Michigan State could have major ramifications for how Title IX is applied to college athletics after the university asked the Supreme Court to hear the case on Friday. 

As reported by Swim Swam, the Spartans cut their swimming and diving program in October 2020, but 11 swimmers sued in January 2021 seeking to revive the program in light of an inspiring legal victory at Iowa.

Related: AP: Iowa Swimmers Wondered if Title IX Suit Would Work

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