NCAA Emerging Sports for Women. Equestrian (Divisions I & II) Rugby Sand Volleyball (Divisions I & II) Squash . Agenda . Understanding the Emerging Sports Program History Process Current Status The Future. History.
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Equestrian (Divisions I & II)
Sand Volleyball (Divisions I & II)
1991: NCAA survey -- undergraduate enrollment is about even (50/50), but male student-athletes receive:
1992: NCAA Gender-Equity Task Force established.
1993: Gender-Equity Task Force Report - 9 "emerging” sports – Archery, Badminton, Bowling, Ice Hockey, Rowing, Synchronized Swimming, Squash, Team Handball, Water Polo.
1996: A National Collegiate Championship for women's Rowing.
1998: Divisions I & II add Equestrian.
2000-01: Women’s Ice Hockey & Water Polo become national collegiate championships.
2002-03: Rugby is added in all three divisions.
2004: Women’s Bowling becomes a national collegiate championship.
2009: Women’s Archery (1), Badminton (2), Synchronized Swimming (8) and Team Handball (0) removed from the list for lack of growth.
2010: Sand Volleyball added to the list of emerging sports for women in Division I and II.
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