Club team athletes from Stony Brook University won a victory in their ongoing protests for more field space at the university, The Statesman reported this week.
A letter from university president Samuel L. Stanley Jr. gave students the go-ahead to use the fields free of charge, instead of paying a $65 fee that the groups were paying to the Three Village Soccer Club. Games will now be reserved through the Department of Campus Recreation rather than the soccer club and students who had recently paid to use the fields would be reimbursed, according to The Statesman.
Mitch Pally, the president of the Three Village Soccer Club, did not comment on the deal.
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