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Herman Cain

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Re: Marquette Baseball
« Reply #25 on: June 06, 2022, 05:59:38 PM »
Opportunities for students to compete and a net gain to campus life.

Georgetown has 29 intercollegiate teams and just added a 30th. Of these, 24 of them have no revenue generation (those that do: men's basketball at the top of that list, then football, men's lacrosse, men's soccer, with women's soccer, women's basketball, and women's lacrosse trailing). But non-revenue teams build some of the most loyal alumni down the road, the people who come back to support endowments and build dorms. The universities with the best alumni giving rates tend to be those that provided students a campus life that they look back upon and want to maintain for the next generation.
A friend of mine was one of those Georgetown alumni who got her start in a non revenue sport and has given back multiple millions. To me the Olympic sports , as they call them , are basically long term revenue generators for the better grade universities .

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Re: Marquette Baseball
« Reply #26 on: June 07, 2022, 05:55:19 PM »
Marquette has 8 of the 10 sports sponsored by the BE (only exceptions are baseball and swim and dive), and 8 of the 12 women's sports (field hockey, golf, softball, swim and dive).

That's a pretty good mix.  There are schools that have less than Marquette.

IF we were going to add new sport the new Rec Center provides an opportunity to add Swimming and Diving. No need for a new sport specific facility. 9.9 scholarships for the Men, 14 for the Women (you don't need to offer those maximums, however). Xavier, for example, has 25 men and 26 women on their rosters. That is a sport where the population generally comes from higher incomes too, a potential benefit down the road for MU.
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Re: Marquette Baseball
« Reply #27 on: June 07, 2022, 06:49:51 PM »
IF we were going to add new sport the new Rec Center provides an opportunity to add Swimming and Diving. No need for a new sport specific facility. 9.9 scholarships for the Men, 14 for the Women (you don't need to offer those maximums, however). Xavier, for example, has 25 men and 26 women on their rosters. That is a sport where the population generally comes from higher incomes too, a potential benefit down the road for MU.

Is the new rec center going to have a completely new aquatic center? The current swim facility isn't anywhere close to adequate for a D1 program.
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Re: Marquette Baseball
« Reply #28 on: June 07, 2022, 09:03:12 PM »
Is the new rec center going to have a completely new aquatic center? The current swim facility isn't anywhere close to adequate for a D1 program.

I don’t know, but there is an opportunity to make it so if MU were interested in adding Swimming and Diving. Some programs don’t have Diving (Washington State, for example) either. I doubt it will happen but it would be more feasible than Baseball.
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