Eighth Circuit Rejects Student-Athlete's 'Unreasonable,' Delayed Attempt to Revive Men's Gymnastics Team
“In any event, it is important what today’s decision does not say. The court declined to address the merits of Mr. Ng’s constitutional and Title IX claims, so the case will proceed in the district court. We are confident that the University’s use of statistical quotas to limit athletic opportunities for student-athletes will ultimately be shown to be unlawful discrimination,” said the plaintiff’s attorney, Caleb R. Trotter, of the Pacific Legal Foundation.
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