Monday Sports Briefs

I wasn’t able to post Friday Sports Briefs last week.  In its place, Monday Sports Briefs: Big East Breakup Becomes Official Paul Doyle of the Hartford Courant covers the official breakup of the Big East Conference.  Doyle also covers the impact of the Big East breakup on UConn. McCann Interviews Lance Armstrong Michael McCann of […]

Decision in Quinnipiac Title IX Case Puts Schools on Notice

Michael Mayko of the Connecticut Post interviewed me for his article, “Ruling sends strong message to other schools”, concerning the case of Biediger v. Quinnipiac University.  With respect to the precential value of Judge Underhill’s decision that cheerleading shiould not be considered a sport for Title IX compliance purposes, I had the following observation: “This ruling puts schools […]

Judge Underhill’s Memorandum of Decision in Biediger v. Quinnipiac University

For those of you who are interested, I have attached Judge Underhill’s Memorandum of Decision in Biediger v. Quinnipiac University.  Judge Underhill found, in part, that varsity cheerleading should not be considered a sports for the purposes of compliance with Title IX.  Stay tuned for more analysis. Quinnipiac Title IX Decision