With the Coronavirus set to impact college athletics in the coming months, TDS will track all news and alterations as they are announced or reported related to college soccer programs of all levels.
See below for any news items related to seasons being canceled or altered in college soccer for the 2020 season and beyond.
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Updated May 26, 2020.
--The Big Sky announced that it would play its nine-game regular season as scheduled. However, there will be no conference tournament, and assuming that an NCAA tournament is a possibility, the conference's automatic bid will go to the regular season champion.
--The Atlantic 10 will regionalize its conference schedule for men's and women's soccer and cut down the number of conference games by 25%. In addition, the conference tournament will be down-sized for the 2020 season to four teams.
--Citing cost-control measures, the Southern Conference is reducing the size of its men's and women's soccer conference tournament championships to four teams in each field.
--All sports have been cancelled for the fall in the Division II California Collegiate Athletic Association, which consists of 12 programs in the California State University system.
--According to a report in the USA Today, the Mid-America Conference won't hold a championship for men's or women's soccer for the next four years, with the tournament automatic bid going to the regular season champion.
--The Big South will also reduce its championship fields in men's and women's soccer to just four teams.