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    Boise State will drop its wrestling program immediately and intends to pursue baseball, the school announced Tuesday. The Broncos went 2-9 this season and have not won more than three matches in a season since 2012-13. “This was not an easy decision, but one that needed to be made as we consider the long-term vision for Bronco athletics,” athletic director Curt Apsey said in a news release.

Boise State will drop its wrestling program immediately and intends to pursue baseball, the school announced Tuesday. The Broncos went 2-9 this season and have not won more than three matches in a season since 2012-13. “This was not an easy decision, but one that needed to be made as we consider the long-term vision for Bronco athletics,” athletic director Curt Apsey said in a news release. Kyle Green kgreen@idahostatesman.com
Boise State will drop its wrestling program immediately and intends to pursue baseball, the school announced Tuesday. The Broncos went 2-9 this season and have not won more than three matches in a season since 2012-13. “This was not an easy decision, but one that needed to be made as we consider the long-term vision for Bronco athletics,” athletic director Curt Apsey said in a news release. Kyle Green kgreen@idahostatesman.com
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