Financials Improving, Clemson to Reinstate, Add Teams

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The COVID-19 pandemic hasn’t hit Clemson University’s financials as hard as expected, causing the athletic department to reinstate several programs that had been slated to be eliminated in June.

The athletic department announced Thursday that it will continue to have varsity men’s outdoor and indoor track and field and cross country programs, all of which the university announced last November would be cut to “provide the department with both substantial cost savings as well as the ability for long-term Title IX compliance.”

The university announced Thursday that it will instead improve its compliance by “adding one or more women’s varsity sports in its continuing commitment to gender equity and to supporting our female students’ championship aspirations.”

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