SPARTANBURG, SC (WSPA)—The Southern Conference (SoCon) announced Friday that it will honor its 2016-2017 commit to host championship games in North Carolina, according to its website.
According to the socon website, the presidents and chancellors “reaffirmed their resolute opposition to legislation that discriminates against any individual.”
The Southern Conference Commissioner John Iamarino says, “honoring our commitments for this academic year does not punish the local host communities and give our student-athletes the best championship experience we can provide.”
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