Sorry, Sue Sylvester. Apologies, Torrance Shipman. The Hartford Courant reports, "A federal judge ruled Wednesday that Quinnipiac University has discriminated against female student-athletes by denying them the same opportunities to participate in sports programs as men." Last year, when faced with budget issues, Quinnipiac cut men's golf, men's outdoor track, and women's volleyball, but established "competitive cheerleading as a new varsity sport" to keep the school Title IX compliant. Underhill wrote, "Competitive cheer may, some time in the future, qualify as a sport under Title IX; today, however, the activity is still too underdeveloped and disorganized to be treated as offering genuine varsity athletic participation opportunities for student." The women's volleyball team, which had sued, is rejoicing.