The Saint Paul’s College board of trustees has voted to discontinue the school’s entire athletics program, the college announced Monday. The decision, which takes effect July 1, is intended to help alleviate Saint Paul’s ongoing financial struggles. A member of the Division II Central Intercollegiate Athletic Association, Saint Paul’s fields 14 teams — seven for men and seven for women. Once the 123-year-old Lawrenceville school becomes financially stable again, the release said, it will consider reinstating the program. If boosters and alumni can raise enough money to sustain any of the teams, those teams conceivably could be revived, said Samuel Davis III, a member of the board of trustees. The administration intends to implement a full-scale intramural program in place of varsity competition. School officials have not determined which coaches and other employees can be kept on staff. They hope to reach a decision sometime next week, director of public relations Germeka Akrie said.