NCAA sports after COVID-19

American institutions of higher learning are all deciding on when and how to reopen. Some may not be open in September.

What does that mean for College sport?

They’re scrambling to make up for lost money. The University of Cincinnati ended its men’s soccer program, and St. Edwards University in Austin, Texas, announced last week it was cutting men’s and women’s golf and tennis, along with men’s soccer.  …

Students are weary of online classes, but colleges can’t say whether they’ll open in fall 2020

Right now we don’t know.  😕

Greg Marsden linked to a letter from the Intercollegiate Coach Association Coalition (ICAC) opposing a request by the Group of Five Commissioners to allow conferences and schools to cut the number of sports sponsored to be considered for Division I status.

Mike Burns and Heather Perry signed on behalf of NCAA Gymnastics.

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Career gymnastics coach who loves the outdoors, and the internet.

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