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Even if women's teams at a school are more successful, they receive less than half the money that men's teams do on average. [ERIC GAY/THE ASSOCIATED PRESS]

The number of women competing at the highest level of college athletics continues to rise along with an increasing funding gap between men’s and women’s sports programs, according to an NCAA report examining the 50th anniversary of Title IX.

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