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Coronavirus Sports: COVID-19 Impacts and Solutions for College Recruiting

 

Managing your college recruiting process during coronavirus

As the entire sports community has been forced to make difficult decisions in response to the coronavirus pandemic, student-athletes and coaches alike have been left wondering exactly what these changes mean for the future of college athletic recruiting.

Over the last few weeks, the NCAA has made numerous announcements that impact current college athletes and recruits, and NCSA is tracking all of this news closely in the sections below and breaking things down for recruits to help them make informed decisions during this challenging time. 

It’s now more important than ever for student-athletes to maximize their online presence and to be proactive in starting recruiting conversations with coaches. Keep reading to find out the latest information, as well as the steps you can take right now to keep your recruiting journey on track, even without in-person recruiting, camps and tournaments. 

If you have any questions about your path to college recruiting, please email updates@.

Get additional information by visiting some of our other coronavirus resources below:

 

 

NCSA resources on coronavirus and recruiting

It’s a confusing and challenging time to be a student-athlete, especially for those who have dreams of competing  at the college level. Official recruiting visits, tournaments and college camps remain on a long list of cancellations and postponements.

The good news is, much of the college recruiting process happens digitally. In 2019, college coaches on NCSA’s recruiting network:

  • Viewed 10,250,000+ NCSA recruiting profiles
  • Followed 13,400,000+ NCSA recruiting profiles
  • Searched for recruits with 41,900,000+ NCSA recruiting profiles appearing in searches

Today, an online recruiting presence is more important than ever, as college coaches are stuck recruiting from behind a computer. At NCSA, we’re committed to helping student-athletes leverage their online presence to connect with college coaches and find their best college match with our digital recruiting tools, including:

  • A free online recruiting profile. Join the NCSA recruiting network to gain exposure to college coaches who are actively filling rosters. Your profile will feature basic physical information, key stats for your sport, academic transcripts and test scores, a personal statement and also your highlight and skills videos. Create a free recruiting profile.
  • A free recruiting assessment. During the assessment, we’ll answer any questions you may have and help you better understand how to get the most out of your NCSA recruiting profile. After you complete your assessment, our team will activate your account, which moves your NCSA recruiting profile up in the rankings for college coach searches.
  • Highlight/skills video. While in-person recruiting is suspended through May 31, college coaches are watching highlight and basic skills video to evaluate recruits. You can upload your videos to your profile, or our skilled video editing team can help you create videos. Create a highlight video.

 

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Stay educated while you stay 金殿国际棋牌

To help student-athletes and their families through this uncertain time, NCSA has expanded  our online recruiting classes, for free. Join any of our upcoming online recruiting classes to earn how to get on a coach’s radar and effectively communicate with college programs to succeed in college recruiting. 

View online recruiting classes schedule.

 

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The latest recruiting updates

Over the last few weeks, numerous announcements have been made by individual colleges, the NCAA, NLI and over organizations that impact current college athletes and recruits. You can review our recent coverage and interpretation of these announcements on the NCSA blog

 

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Official sources of coronavirus information

Coronavirus, also known as COVID-19, is a respiratory illness that can spread from person to person. The World Health Organization () has declared it a pandemic on Wednesday March 11, 金殿国际棋牌. Many countries are grappling with a rise in confirmed cases. In the US, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention () is advising people to be prepared for disruptions to daily life that will be necessary if the coronavirus spreads within communities.

 

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The impact of coronavirus on high school and club sports

The club and high school sports communities have been impacted by the coronavirus and as a result have postponed or canceled tournaments, showcases, camps and competitions. In addition to coronavirus-related updates, the below resources aggregate the status and recommendations of the national governing bodies for high school and club athletics. For the official status for a specific event or location, it is best to contact the event’s operator directly for the most up-to-date information. 

Reaching out to college coaches, being mindful of important recruiting dates and staying up to date on recruiting rule changes has always been an important part of the recruiting process. Athletes and families who keep these things top-of-mind tend to stay a step ahead in the college recruiting process and have a better shot at securing a roster spot through more opportunities. Use this page to see updates about your sport from various governing bodies so that you can make informed decisions about college recruiting. 

If your youth sporting event(s) has been impacted and is not listed, please share with us at updates@ so we can add it to our resource list.

 

Sport-specific coronavirus resources

Baseball

Golf

Swimming & Diving

Basketball

Hockey

Tennis

Beach Volleyball

Lacrosse

Track and Field

Esports

Rowing

Volleyball

Field Hockey

Soccer

Water Polo

Football

Softball

Wrestling

 

Baseball

  • Futures Series in Irvine: May 15-17, Irvine, CA () Updated April 6
  • All USA Baseball events suspended: Through May 15, Multiple () Updated March 24
  • National Team Championships: May 4, AZ, FL, NC () Updated March 23
  • Baseball Factory - All events scheduled through April 30 () Updated March 20
  • New Balance Future Stars Series - World Combine: New Date: April 29-3, Bradenton, FL () Updated March 12

View more baseball event updates

 

Basketball

  • USA Basketball Boys Gold Camp: May 30-31, Dallas, TX () Updated March 13
  • USA Women's U17 World Cup Team Trials: May 21-25, Colorado Springs, CO () Updated March 13
  • USA Basketball Girls Gold Camp: May 9-10, Dallas, TX () Updated March 13
  • USA Basketball 3x3 U18 National Championship (Men & Women): May 2-3, Colorado Springs, CO () Updated March 13
  • USA Basketball Nike Hoop Summit: April 10, Portland, OR () Updated March 13

View more basketball event updates

 

Beach Volleyball

  • Santa Cruz BNQ:  March 28-29, Santa Cruz, CA () Updated March 12
  • GEVA Spring BNQ: March 28, Aberdeen, NJ () Updated March 12
  • HP Tryouts: March 27, Santa Cruz, CA () Updated March 12
  • Southern California BNQ #1: March 21, Hermosa Beach, CA () Updated March 12 
  • HP Tryouts: March 20, Hermosa Beach, CA () Updated March 12

View more beach volleyball event updates

 

Esports

  • St. Thomas Aquinas College Esports Camp: League of Legends: July 19-23, Sparkill, NY () Updated March 16
  • St. Thomas Aquinas College Esports Camp: Overwatch: July 12-16, Sparkill, NY ( Updated March 16
  • New York Tech League of Legends and Esports Development Camp: June 27-28, Old Westbury, NY () Updated March 16
  • Esports Competitive Development Camp: June 8-11, Lakewood, CO () Updated April 15
  • EDGE - Experiential Development for Gaming and Esports: April 4, Los Angeles, CA () Updated March 16

View more esports event updates

 

Field Hockey

  • USA Field Hockey’s Olympic Development Program, Futures: Multiple, Multiple () Updated March 13
  • California Cup | USA Field Hockey Sanctioned Event: May 22-25, Thousand Oaks, CA () Updated March 13
  • Discover Field Hockey: May 2, Hamden, CT () Updated March 17
  • U.S. U-16 and Rise Women's National Team England Tours: April 29 - May 3 () Updated March 17
  • U.S. Women’s National Development Team Scotland Tour: April 16-22 () Updated March 17

View more field hockey event updates

 

Football

  • Chris Sailer Kicking Camps - Spring Kicking Camp: May 3, Los Angeles, CA () Updated March 16
  • Chris Sailer Kicking Camps - May CA Camp: May 3, Los Angeles, CA () Updated March 16
  • Chris Sailer Kicking Camps - Spring Punting Camp (Indoor): April 26, Chicago, IL () Updated March 16
  • My Football Evaluation - Youth/Middle/High School Camps: April 26, Myrtle Beach, SC () Updated March 16
  • Chris Sailer Kicking Camps - Spring Kicking Camp: April 26, Boston, MA () Updated March 16

View more football event updates



Golf

  • PJGT Heritage Isles Junior Open: April 25-26, Tampa, FL () Updated April 4
  • PJGT Heritage Isles Junior "1&Done": April 25, Tampa, FL () Updated April 4
  • PJGT Wekiva Junior Open: April 18-19, Longwood, FL () Updated April 4
  • PJGT Wekiva Junior "1&Done": April 18, Longwood, FL () Updated April 4
  • PJGT Eagle Creek Spring Junior Open: April 4-May 5, Orlando, FL () Updated March 16

View more golf event updates

 

Ice Hockey

  • NAHL Combines: Multiple, Multiple () Updated March 17
  • USA Hockey - The Boys Select 16 National Camp: July 7-13, Amherst, NY () Updated March 20
  • USA Hockey - 金殿国际棋牌 Boys Select 15 National Camp: July 15-20, Amherst, NY () Updated March 20
  • USA Hockey - 金殿国际棋牌 Girls 15 National Camp: July 12-17, St. Cloud, MN () Updated March 20
  • USA Hockey - 金殿国际棋牌 Girls 16/17 National Camp: June 25-July 1, St. Cloud, MN () Updated March 20

View more hockey event updates

 

Lacrosse  

  • US Lacrosse Sankofa clinics: Multiple, Multiple () Updated March 13
  • PLL Academy - All March Events: Multiple, Multiple () Updated March 16
  • Women’s Collegiate Lacrosse Associates (WCLA) National Championships: May, Round Rock, TX () Updated March 13
  • US Lacrosse Women’s National Tournament: May 23-24, Bel Air, MD () Updated March 13
  • National Team Development Program Player Evaluation: March 28, 29 and April 4, Multiple ( Updated March 13

View more lacrosse event updates

 

Rowing

  • US Rowing 金殿国际棋牌 National Championships: July 14-19, Camden County, N.J. () Updated April 10
  • US Rowing 金殿国际棋牌 Under 19 National Team Trials: June 16-17, Sarasota, FL () Updated April 10
  • US Rowing 金殿国际棋牌 World Rowing Junior Championships: () Updated April 9
  • US Rowing U19 Women's ID Camp: March 29, Oak Ridge, TN () Updated March 13
  • US Rowing U19 Women's ID Camp: March 29, Boston, MA () Updated March 13

View more rowing event updates

 

Soccer 

  • USL Championship: 金殿国际棋牌 Season, Tampa, FL () (30 days) Updated March 12
  • Under-23 Olympic qualifying tournament: Through April 20, Guadalajara, Mexico () Updated March 13
  • 金殿国际棋牌 Scotiabank Concacaf Champions League: Through April 20, Multiple () Updated March 13
  • 金殿国际棋牌 Concacaf Men’s Olympic Qualifiers: Through April 20, Multiple () Updated March 13
  • First Round of the Concacaf 2021 Gold Cup Qualifiers: Through April 20, Multiple () Updated March 13

View more soccer event updates

 

Softball

  • Triple Crown Fast Pitch Events: June-September, Multiple () Updated March 19
  • Crossroads Softball Series - MW Softball Select Series: June 17, Notre Dame, IN () Updated March 16
  • PGF All Tournament Activities Suspended: Through April 30, Multiple () Updated March 23
  • 12 U National Qualifier: April 18-19, Arizona () Updated March 23
  • 12 U National Qualifier: April 18-19, North Texas () Updated March 23

View more softball event updates

 

Swimming & Diving

  • All Y-USA-hosted in-person events : Through April 30, Multiple () Updated March 12
  • YMCA Short Course Nationals: Through April 30, Multiple () Updated March 12
  • YMCA Diving National Championship : Through April 30, Multiple () Updated March 12
  • USA Swimming Eastern Zone Age Group Championships: April 1-4, Webster, NY () Updated March 13
  • USA Swimming Speedo Sectionals: March 26-29, Christiansburg, VA () Updated March 13

View more swimming and diving event updates

 

Tennis

  • 金殿国际棋牌 Ojai Tennis Tournament: April 22-26, Ojai, CA () Updated March 16
  • USTA All Events: Through April 20, Multiple () Updated March 13
  • USTA Caribbean: Through April 20, Multiple () Updated March 13
  • USTA Eastern: Through April 20, Multiple () Updated March 13
  • USTA Florida: Through April 20, Multiple () Updated March 13

View more tennis event updates

 

Track & Field

  • 金殿国际棋牌 USATF Masters 12 Km Championships: September 27, Highlands, NJ () Updated March 26
  • IAU 100 Km World Championships: September 12, Winschoten () Updated March 26
  • 金殿国际棋牌 USATF 20 Km Championships: September 7, New Haven, CT () Updated March 26
  • 金殿国际棋牌 USATF 20 Km Championships: September 7, New Haven, CT () Updated March 26
  • 金殿国际棋牌 USATF Masters 1 Mile Championship: August 22, Flint, MI () Updated March 26

View more track and field event updates

 

Volleyball

  • 金殿国际棋牌 AVCA Spring Conference: May 7-10, Fairfax, VA () Updated March 16
  • Men's Volleyball Nations League: May - July, International () (will be held after the 金殿国际棋牌 Olympic Games) Updated March 13
  • Women's Volleyball Nationals League: May - July, International () (will be held after the 金殿国际棋牌 Olympic Games) Updated March 13
  • Championship Combines - Far Westerns Recruiting Combine: April 23, Reno, NV () Updated April 15
  • Far Western Qualifier: April 18-20 and April 24-26, Las Vegas, NV () Updated April 15

View more volleyball event updates

 

Water Polo

  • National League Championship/Fisher Cup: May 16-17, La Jolla, CA () Updated March 16
  • USA Water Polo Division III Women's National Championship: May 8-10, Southern, CA () Updated March 16
  • 金殿国际棋牌 FINA Men's and Women's Intercontinental Tournament: April 28-3, Indianapolis, IN () Updated March 16
  • Week three of the 金殿国际棋牌 National League: April 4-5, Thousand Oaks, CA () Updated March 16
  • 金殿国际棋牌 ODP Girls National Championship: March 13-15, Riverside, CA () Updated March 12

View more water polo event updates

 

Wrestling

  • USA Wrestling Regional and National Events: Through April 20, Multiple () Updated March 16
  • USA Wrestling National High School Folkstyle Duals: April 9-11, Crawfordsville, IN () Updated March 12
  • USA Wrestling All Events: Through April 6, Multiple () Updated March 16
  • U.S. Olympic Team Trials Wrestling: April 4-5, University Park, PA () Updated March 13
  • 金殿国际棋牌 Olympic Team Trials – Wrestling – State College, PA – April 4-5, 金殿国际棋牌: April 4-5, University Park, PA () Updated March 12

View more wrestling event updates

 

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Club sports coronavirus information

The response to coronavirus varies from state to state, which means some club sports teams are continuing to run as scheduled while others are making tough decisions to postpone and cancel tournaments, showcases, camps and competitions. As club sports associations continue to announce changes to their schedules, this section will be updated.

AAU Sports

  • . Updated April 7
  • . Updated March 12

IMG Academy

  • . Updated April 7
  • . Updated March 18

USATF

  • . Updated April 6 
  • . Updated March 17

USA Baseball

  • . Updated April 7
  • and . Updated March 12

USA Basketball 

  • . Updated March 13
  • Cancelled: .

USA Field Hockey

  • . Updated April 03
  • . Updated March 17

USA Football

  • . Updated March 13\

USGA

  • . Updated April 6

USA Hockey

  • . Updated March 12 
  • . Updated March 17

US Lacrosse

  • . Updated March 24
  • Updated March 13

USA Softball

  • . Updated March 17

USA Swimming

  • . Updated March 23
  • . Updated March 12

USA Volleyball

  • . Updated March 27
  • . Updated March 13

USTA

  • . Updated April 7
  • . Updated March 13

USA Water Polo 

  • . Updated March 16
  • . Updated March 12

USA Wrestling

  • . Updated March 31
  • . Updated March 17

US Youth Soccer

  • . Updated March 31
  • . Updated March 12

View the complete list of club sports associations and their updates.

 

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High school sports coronavirus information

High school athletic associations are postponing and canceling games, tournaments, competitions and seasons as the guidelines for responding to coronavirus change. School districts across the country have begun to take precautionary measures both in and outside of the classroom to protect students and the community. These changes will to some extent impact the high school class of 金殿国际棋牌, 2021, and 2022 and 2023. As high school athletic associations continue to monitor the status of the coronavirus and take necessary action, we will update this section with the latest on postponed and cancelled sporting events.

California

  • . Updated April 3
  • Updated March 12

New York

  • . Updated March 23
  • . Updated March 13

Pennsylvania

  • . Updated March 12

Florida

  • . Updated March 30
  • . Updated March 12

Illinois 

  • . Updated April 1 

Michigan

  • . Updated April 3

New Jersey

  • . Updated April 16

Washington

  • Updated March 17

Massachusetts

  • Updated March 12

Colorado

  • CHSAA and . Updated March 13

Georgia

  • . Updated April 2

Louisiana

  • . Updated March 13

View the complete list of high school athletic associations and their updates.

 

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The impact of coronavirus on eligibility 

For student-athletes, academics and athletics go hand-in-hand. Unfortunately, coronavirus has directly impacted both of these—canceling athletic seasons and rescheduling standardized test dates. Despite these changes, student-athletes must still meet specific NCAA Eligibility Center eligibility requirements to be recruited.

The information in this section covers the latest news related to NCAA eligibility updates and standardized testing schedule changes.

 

NCAA Division 1 eligibility updates

  • Eligibility rules: . Updated March 13

 

NCAA Division 2 eligibility updates

  • Eligibility rules: . Updated March 13

 

NCAA Division 3 eligibility updates

  • Eligibility rules: . Updated March 13

 

General NCAA eligibility updates

  • USA Today: Updated March 23
  • Inside Higher Ed: Updated March 20

 

ACT testing dates updated

ACT has rescheduled its April 4 national test date to June 13 across the U.S. in response to concerns about the spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19). All students registered for the April 4 test received an email from ACT informing them of the postponement and instructions for free rescheduling to June 13 or a future national test date. See below for additional test dates: 

  • ACT.org:
2019-金殿国际棋牌 Test Dates (National) Registration Deadline Late Registration (Fee Required)
June 13, 金殿国际棋牌 May 8, 金殿国际棋牌 May 9–22, 金殿国际棋牌
July 18, 金殿国际棋牌* June 19, 金殿国际棋牌 June 20–26, 金殿国际棋牌
September 12, 金殿国际棋牌 August 14, 金殿国际棋牌 August 15–28, 金殿国际棋牌
October 24, 金殿国际棋牌 September 18, 金殿国际棋牌 September 19 – October 2, 金殿国际棋牌
December 12, 金殿国际棋牌 November 6, 金殿国际棋牌 November 7–20, 金殿国际棋牌
February 6, 2021 January 8, 2021 January 9–15, 2021
April 17, 2021 March 12, 2021 March 13–26, 2021
June 12, 2021 May 7, 2021 May 8–21, 2021
July 17, 2021* June 18, 2021 June 19–25, 2021

*No test centers are scheduled in New York for the July test dates.

 

SAT testing dates updated

In response to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, College Board has canceled the May 2, 金殿国际棋牌, SAT and SAT Subject Test administration. Make-up exams for the March 14 administration (scheduled for March 28) were also canceled.

Students who already registered for May, whose March test centers were closed, or who do not receive March scores because of any irregularities will receive refunds.

  • College Board: 
Anticipated 金殿国际棋牌–21 SAT Test Dates Registration Deadline Late Registration Deadline
June 6, 金殿国际棋牌 May 8, 金殿国际棋牌 May 19, 金殿国际棋牌 (for mailed registrations). May 27, 金殿国际棋牌 (for registrations made online or by phone).
August 29, 金殿国际棋牌 TBD TBD
October 3, 金殿国际棋牌 TBD TBD
November 7, 金殿国际棋牌 TBD TBD
December 5, 金殿国际棋牌 TBD TBD
March 13, 2021 TBD TBD
May 8, 2021 TBD TBD
June 5, 2021 TBD TBD

See  for more information.

  • Washington Post: . Updated April 10
  • New York Times: . Updated April 16
  • CNN: . Updated April 15
  • NPR: . Updated April 1
  • Inside Higher Ed: . Updated March 30
  • Fortune:. Updated April 4
  • US News: . Updated April 30
  • Method Test Prep:. Updated March 18

 

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College campus closures from coronavirus - information

The spread of coronavirus has compelled colleges and universities across the country to cancel in-person classes and on-campus events. Many classes are moving online indefinitely. Multiple institutions have also decided to close their on-campus housing in order to help slow the spread of the virus. The has canceled the remaining winter and all of the spring seasons and has recommended all colleges discontinue official and unofficial college visits for recruits. 

Attending camps on college campuses and partaking in official and unofficial visits are an important part of the college recruiting process. Athletes and families should visit campuses to consider the social fit of colleges and find their best college match. Unfortunately, this will be difficult or not possible to do at certain colleges during this time. Families should reference our Coronavirus College Closures page for updates about specific colleges, including and use the information to make an informed decision. Below you’ll find general information related to college closures:

Bloomberg

  • . Updated April 8

Marketwatch

  • . Updated April 7

VTDigger

  • . Updated March 18

San Francisco Chronicle

  • . Updated March 23

US News

  • . Updated March 18
  • . Updated March 16 
  • . Updated March 16

The Atlantic

  • . Updated March 16

CNN

  • . Updated March 13
  • . Updated March 12

NY Times

  • . Updated March 16
  • . Updated March 12
  • . Updated March 11

Curbed

  • . Updated March 11

USA Today

  • . Updated March 11

NPR

  • . Updated March 22

UNESCO

  • . Updated March 16

Forbes

  • . Updated March 18

College Vine

  • . Updated March 19

 

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State level coronavirus information and local rules

To prevent the spread of COVID-19 in communities, states are followingon canceling, rescheduling or postponing social gatherings consisting of 10 or more people for the next 15 days (as of 3/16). State and local health organizations are also making frequent updates. This information is extremely important for youth sports organizers and staff responsible for planning sporting events. 

In short, the guidance urges event operators to plan for a potential outbreak of COVID-19 and consider modifying, postponing or canceling large events, with the safety of the community, staff and participants in mind. Though most event operators have followed this federal guidance, some are continuing to closely monitor the situation at local (state, city, county) levels and have not made any decisions to cancel or postpone upcoming events. 

In the case that an event continues as scheduled, the event operator should be prepared with an emergency operations/communications plan, in addition to supplying messages and materials to promote preventative actions, such as extra soap and hand sanitizer. Athletes and their families who attend these events should also to protect themselves and those around them. 

  • As of March 16, 金殿国际棋牌, and cancel, postpone or reschedule social gatherings consisting of ten or more people for the next 15 days
  • As of March 15, 金殿国际棋牌, Washington (state), New York, California and Massachusetts have the highest amounts of identified cases. 
  • As of March 15, 金殿国际棋牌, West Virginia is the only remaining state with no cases reported.

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To find the most up-to-date information in your state, view the full .

 

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College sports coronavirus information: NCAA, NAIA, and Junior College COVID-19 updates

With the health and safety of student-athletes in mind, the NCAA has all winter and spring NCAA championships and all in-person recruiting through May 31. However, the NCAA has also agreed to let NCAA member schools make their own decisions regarding the health and safety of their coaches, student-athletes, staff, recruits and communities. Since the NCAA may implement different actions than individual colleges and universities, check this section to stay up on the NCAA’s policies and response.

 

NCAA Division 1 COVID-19 updates

  • Updated March 20
  • Updated March 18
  • Winter sports (list sports) status: . Updated March 12
  • Basketball, Ice Hockey, Swimming & Diving, Track & Field, Wrestling 
  • Spring sports (list sports) status: 
  • Baseball, Beach Volleyball, Golf, Lacrosse, Rowing, Softball, Tennis, Track & Field (outdoor), Volleyball, Water Polo
  • Recruiting rules: . Updated March 13
  • Eligibility rules: . Updated March 13

 

NCAA Division 2 COVID-19 updates

  • Updated March 19
  • Recruiting rules: . Updated March 13
  • Eligibility rules: . Updated March 13

 

NCAA Division 3 COVID-19 updates

  • Updated March 25
  • . Updated March 14
  • Recruiting rules: . Updated March 13
  • Eligibility rules: . Updated March 13

 

NAIA COVID-19 updates

  • . Updated March 16
  • . Updated March 12

 

Junior College: NJCAA & CCCAA COVID-19 updates

  • Update March 19
  • . Updated March 16
  • . Updated March 13
  • . Updated March 12
  • . Updated March 13
  • . Updated March 12
  • . Updated March 12

 

Other important announcements regarding coronavirus and college sports

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College sports coronavirus news

While the NCAA and individual colleges and sports departments will make announcements about their policy changes and responses to the coronavirus and public safety, media outlets are diving deeper into the response to provide analysis on how this affects student-athletes, potential recruits and families. Reference this section to see updates on developments regarding the coronavirus and college sports.

Yahoo! Sports

  •  (Updated April 14) - With the specter of the financial fallout from the coronavirus pandemic looming over the collegiate landscape, tangible signs are beginning to appear of how the fiscal tightening will manifest itself.

USA Today

  •  (Updated April 2) - A new survey of major-college athletic directors indicates that some have interest in short-term changes to the pay of highly compensated employees and to the NCAA’s academic rules as their programs deal with impacts of the coronavirus pandemic.
  •  (Updated March 26) - The 金殿国际棋牌 college football season schedule may be decided by late spring or early summer, and will hinge largely on when teams currently separated by distancing efforts are able to gather on campuses and restart offseason programs sidelined by the coronavirus strain.

Fortune

  •  (Updated April 2) - According to a survey conducted by LEAD1, an association of athletic directors from 130 major college football schools, 63% expect a worst-case scenario in which their revenues decrease by at least 20% during the 金殿国际棋牌-21 school year. Even an abbreviated football season could cause schools to lose that much, according to the data released Thursday.

CBS Sports

  •  (Updated March 27) - CBS Sports spent the past week talking with nearly 20 people in college basketball/athletics, namely head coaches across the country at various levels of Division I, in addition to athletic directors and conference commissioners to learn about the primary concerns.
  •  (Updated March 17) - The SEC announced on April 3 that its suspension of all athletic activities has been extended from April 15 to May 31. That suspension matches the one implemented by the Pac-12. The Big Ten also announced that "all organized team activities have been suspended until May 4, 金殿国际棋牌.” 

24/7 Sports

  •  (Updated March 18) - After the NCAA announced the recruiting dead period would be extended, NLI announced athletes who have committed to their schools will not be able to sign their National Letters of Intent until at least April 15, 金殿国际棋牌.

ESPN

  • . (Updated March 12) - NCAA canceled all remaining spring and winter championships, including the men's and women's basketball tournaments due to the threat of the coronavirus.

The NY Times

  • . (Updated March 12) - Major NCAA conferences have cancelled their postseason basketball tournaments amid continued fears over outbreaks of the coronavirus.

 

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Professional sports coronavirus impact

The coronavirus is not only affecting youth and college sports—professional leagues are also taking precautions and canceling events with public safety in mind. Some have suspended their season and others have delayed the start of their next season. Reference this section to check in on new developments regarding the impact of coronavirus on the largest professional sports leagues. 

CNN

  •  (Updated April 7) - Here's everything you should know on where professional leagues in the US stand on their coronavirus response, and when you can expect your teams to return.

The NY Times

  •  (Updated April 10) - Nearly every sporting event, major and minor, has been canceled, moved or postponed because of the coronavirus pandemic. The question now is when games will come back. Here’s a look at where things stand with many of the top sports.

 

League covid-19 updates

  • NBA: . Updated March 15 
  • WNBA: . Updated March 12 
  • MLB: . Updated March 15
  • NHL: . Updated March 13
  • NFL: Updated March 15
  • MLS: Updated March 12
  • PGA: , Updated March 13
  • USTA: Updated April 1 
  • Euro 金殿国际棋牌: . Updated March 17
  • XFL: . Updated March 12
  • MiLB: . Updated March 12
  • ATP/WTA: . Updated March 12
  • NLL: . Updated March 12
  • Live Updates: . Updated March 15

 

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General sports coronavirus articles

From youth leagues to professional leagues, the entire sports industry will be impacted by the coronavirus. This section features commentary from media outlets regarding how sports have been affected by the coronavirus, what’s being done in response and how this could affect the sports industry long-term. 

Bleacher Report

  •  (Updated March 31) - As the spread of the coronavirus accelerated across the United States, a number of sports leagues altered their schedules in response to the pandemic. Here's an updated look at the steps taken because of the coronavirus (all times ET).

The NY Times

  •  (Updated March 16) - The coronavirus pandemic has done what generations of overbearing parents and coaches have failed to do: send millions of boys and girls to the sideline.
  •  (Updated March 14) - In the past, the sports business has largely proven to be somewhat recession proof. However, now, as a mass event business, sports cannot occur because of the risk of spreading the coronavirus, bringing everything to a screeching halt.
  • . (Updated March 11) - With governments imposing lockdowns and travel and border restrictions, sports events worldwide continue to be postponed, canceled or played without spectators.

USA Today

  • . (Updated March 13) - With the coronavirus impacting sports around the world and developments occurring almost hourly, what we know about how leagues in the United States and North America are being affected by and are addressing the pandemic is very fluid.

Sports Illustrated

  •  (Updated March 13) - SI engaged in separate conversations with Dr. Chris Koutures, a pediatric and sports medicine specialist in Anaheim Hills, Calif. who has worked with USA Volleyball, US Figure Skating and numerous collegiate programs and Dr. Edward Cheng, a pulmonary critical care physician in Los Angeles, to clarify what’s safe and what isn’t, particularly for young athletes.

 

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The Olympics and coronavirus / COVID-19

Out of concern for the health and safety of the athletes and fans, the International Olympic Committee (IOC) has decided to postpone the 金殿国际棋牌 Tokyo Summer Olympic Games. This section includes the latest news related to the decision and what it means for Olympic athletes. 

IOC

  •  (Updated April 9) - This Q&A has been designed to provide current answers to questions related to the postponement of the Olympic Games Tokyo 金殿国际棋牌. It will continue to be updated in order to take into account the changing nature of the situation.
  •  (Updated March 30) - The International Olympic Committee (IOC), the International Paralympic Committee (IPC), the Tokyo 金殿国际棋牌 Organizing Committee, the Tokyo Metropolitan Government and the government of Japan today agreed new dates for the games of the XXXII Olympiad, in 2021. The Olympic Games Tokyo 金殿国际棋牌 will be celebrated from July 23 to August 8, 2021.

CNN

  •  (Updated April 10) - The postponed Olympic Games could be in doubt even for the rescheduled dates in 2021, Tokyo Games CEO Toshiro Muto said Friday.

The NY Times

  •  (Updated March 25) - The Summer Games make up the world’s largest sporting event, a multibillion-dollar endeavor that every four years brings together thousands of athletes from hundreds of countries in dozens of sports, hundreds of thousands of fans and boatloads of money from big international brands. The NYT analyzes the impact of postponing the games.

NBC News

  • Updated March 24 - The Tokyo 金殿国际棋牌 Olympics have been postponed. Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Abe said Japan and the International Olympic Committee came to an agreement during a phone call with the head of the IOC, Thomas Bach, following growing calls for the games to be delayed or canceled because of the concerns around coronavirus pandemic.

USA Today

  •  (Updated March 24) - Olympians react to postponement of 金殿国际棋牌 Tokyo Olympic Games and how they plan to train for another year amid a pandemic. 

 

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The impacts of COVID-19 are being felt throughout the sports community. As we head into the spring and summer season, there is a lot of uncertainty into how the youth sports community will be impacted. At NCSA we are believers on the importance of sports first and recruiting experts second. We are making all of our research into the impacts of COVID-19 public to help in any way we can. We will continue to update these materials as updates are necessary. Please send any questions or requests to updates@.

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