SCIAC working towards safe return to play

The Presidents’ Council of the Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Convention (SCIAC), in the course of a June seventeen meeting, affirmed its commitment to giving a harmless and healthful return to athletics, if permitted by state, county, NCAA suggestions, and each individual institution’s unbiased policy determinations.  The SCIAC Presidents reaffirmed that convention customers will make unbiased institutional choices relating to if and when it is harmless to return to campus, like athletic practice and opposition.

Though institutional choices on the return to athletics are still pending, the Presidents’ Council agreed that any permitted or accredited opposition will be convention-only in the slide. Due to the near geographic proximity of SCIAC institutions, really should wellbeing circumstances permit, the convention is uniquely positioned to supply a meaningful and aggressive working experience. On top of that, the Presidents’ Council determined a minimum amount of at least four SCIAC institutions to sponsor a sport for convention participate in to happen.

The Presidents from each individual SCIAC institution have been in interaction with the SCIAC office about personal campus organizing in an hard work to coordinate convention logistics and organizing.  The SCIAC anticipates choices relating to the specific schedules and framework for 2020 slide varsity athletics to be designed by mid-July, subject to any directives from public wellbeing authorities at federal, state or community county amount.

Release provided by the SCIAC

Chapman Athletics stays a section of the CU Safely and securely Again program that focuses on the reopening of Chapman’s campus. Athletics is one particular of eighteen devoted undertaking forces throughout the two the Orange and Rinker campuses that are presently doing the job on building the CU Safely and securely Again program.

The Athletics Office will host a digital CU Athletics Safely and securely Again COVID-19 Update City Corridor for college student-athletes and their family members on Monday, June 22 at four p.m. with Chapman’s Director of Athletics Terry Boesel, Affiliate Director of Athletics Doug Aiken and Director of Sport Drugs Pam Gibbons. The City Corridor will be hosted on Microsoft Teams.

CU Athletics Safely and securely Again COVID-19 Update City Corridor

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