NCAC Updates Fall Return to Competition Plans

FAQ – Tumble 2020

Recognizing that the COVID-19 pandemic continues to existing evolving issues to our campuses and communities, the North Coast Athletic Convention Presidents’ Council has, after extended thing to consider of the new NCAA guidance, and with huge regret, additional suspended all intercollegiate competitiveness by way of December 31, 2020. 

“An athletics knowledge at all NCAC institutions is precious to satisfying our instructional and developmental missions, and we figure out that this new conclusion is deeply disappointing to our university student-athletes, coaches, and really, to just about every one 1 of us,” explained Keri Alexander Luchowski, NCAC Executive Director. “We labored challenging for months to make safe and sound approaches for learners to compete this slide, recognizing how significantly this indicates to our learners and to our campuses, and that work was the foundation of the announcement we created on July 9th pertaining to conference competitiveness. Nevertheless, the overall health and protection of our campuses and communities must be our optimum priority. Sadly, the continued boost in the pandemic in many regions indicates that we can’t properly proceed with the conference competitiveness we had planned for.”

The NCAC will continue on to discover all alternatives for a safe and sound return to intercollegiate competitiveness this spring. At the very same time, the Convention is fully commited to giving an engaging and meaningful knowledge for university student-athletes, which will contain exercise, ability progress, energy & conditioning, leadership and skilled progress chances. We will also call on our campus and conference Scholar-Athlete Advisory Committees and our coaches to create non-common approaches for our university student-athletes to engage in aggressive chances this slide.