The Acting Athletic Director of the University of Hartford claims that student athletes need to be humble অথবা or face the consequences, starting Sunday The day Report
In an email to the coaches, interim Eddie Sharon Beverly wrote, “I encourage you to talk to your team about any interruptions that may result in their diplomas or transcripts being held, but not limited to disciplinary action, as well as relevant sports programs.” .. Lastly, remember that as the leader of your program, you are responsible for the behavior of your SA [student athletes]”
In a similar email to student athletes, Beverly wrote that the university expects all graduates and their guests to “refrain from destructive, misleading or dangerous behavior.”
“If any of our graduates or their guests are found responsible for the obstruction, there will be an athletic response for the whole team, in addition to holding transcripts and diplomas,” he wrote. “I acknowledge that you are graduating, but your teams will ultimately be held accountable for your actions, including the possibility of the games being canceled or confiscated next season.”
The stern warning was aimed at avoiding a recurrence early last year, when athletes blew university president Gregory Woodward off the stage. The students were upset because the Hartford Board of Regents had just announced that the university would move from Division I to Division III by 2025 – although two months ago the men’s basketball team qualified for the university for the first time in the NCAA Division I basketball tournament. 64 years of history. The regents also announced that at Woodward’s request, they would stop providing athletic scholarships at the beginning of the 2023-24 school year. This prompted last year’s graduating seniors to make fun of Woodward at the start of the university. Shortly afterwards, Beverly was hired.