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New York Times Reports Cal May Be Required to Reinstate Cut Sports

As UC Berkeley is set to announce Thursday whether the campus will cut five sports teams, The New York Times reported Tuesday that UC Berkeley may be required to reinstate the five teams to avoid violating Title IX regulations, though the campus remains adamant that it is in compliance with the law.

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No. 1 UCLA gymnastics falls in season opener to Utah

No. 1 UCLA gymnastics falls in season opener to Utah

It’s hard not to stumble when more than 12,000 fans are waiting for you to fall. Unable to stay steady on the balance beam, the No. 1 UCLA gymnastics team wobbled and wavered its way to a 195.7-195.3 season-opening loss against No. 5 Utah on Friday.

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Penn State excited to host NCAA gymnastics championship

The Penn State men’s gymnastics team, owners of 12 National Championships, most in the NCAA, has something else to set its sights on. The NCAA Gymnastics Committee selected Penn State University to host the 2013 National Collegiate Championships at Rec Hall on Monday.

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Gymnastics: Jackson named SEC Female Athlete of the Year

The Southeastern Conference named former LSU gymnast Susan Jackson and Alabama sophomore football player Mark Ingram as its Athletes of the Year for 2009-10.

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Column: Cal men’s gymnastics program threatened by cuts

With recurring budget cuts occurring throughout California, the athletic department at U. California-Berkeley has also been faced with unfortunate financial drawbacks. Due to the possibility of the Chancellor cutting large chunks of money out of the athletic department, some sports may be dropped.

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Husker gymnastics brings tradition to Big Ten

The Penn State women’s gymnastics team has had enough trouble beating Michigan, winners of 18 Big Ten titles to Penn State’s none. Now, the Nittany Lions will have another roadblock with Nebraska set to begin Big Ten competition in 2011.

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Concerns arise regarding fate of Cal Men’s Gymnastics

As the campus Department of Intercollegiate Athletics is set to begin a major overhaul to reverse its history of over-spending millions of dollars, concern is rising about whether U. California-Berkeley’s men’s gymnastics team will be put on the chopping block.

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Legendary coach Paterno works with gymnasts

Madison Merriam rushed through the double doors and tracked him down in the hallway as he was leaving the White Building. She wasn’t about to miss her chance to wrap her arm around and take a picture with the legendary coach — even if she didn’t realize the significance of it.

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Freshman gymnasts’ maturation key to Hawkeyes’ success

The freshmen of the Iowa men’s gymnastics no longer stand out. They don’t isolate themselves from the rest of the team, and they don’t wait for permission to practice their routines.

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Alabama gymnasts beat Michigan to win final home meet

The No. 1 Alabama gymnastics team (9-2, 5-1 SEC) finished its regular season with a win over No. 10 Michigan (13-3, 4-1 Big 10) 197.575-196.876 on Friday night in Coleman Coliseum.

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