The trial in the Quinnipiac University volleyball case begins tomorrow in federal court in Connecticut. There is nothing new to report since last month's decision to grant class-action status to the case being brought by five volleyball players.
As a reminder, at issue is Quinnipiac's "roster management" practices which seemed--in the past at least--to under report the number of men playing sports and overinflate the number of women doing so--so much so that some of these squad sizes were not in compliance with NCAA regulations.
Also at issue is the addition of competitive cheer as a varsity sport.
We will be doing our best to keep the details of the trial coming. (There might even be a Title IX Blog field trip to Connecticut!)