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Posted April 17, 2009

Interim Athletic Director Julie Kline met with the men’s and women’s tennis teams Tuesday to announce that both programs will be cut – at least for the next several years – effective at the end of the current season.

“We didn’t cut the program,” Kline said. “We’re trying to position ourselves to fully support these programs the way we want to.”

The tennis programs will be on hiatus due to facility issues – namely that the tennis courts were turned into a parking lot to accommodate the new campus center construction – La Verne is not set to get new athletic facilities until 2018. This raises the questions: When will the program return, and are more athletic programs on the chopping block because of similar facilities issues?

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