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Four college games postponed due to COVID

Article Written by Travis Clark
Published: September 17, 2020

Four more games set to take place this weekend in men's and women's Division I college soccer have been postponed due to positive Coronavirus tests.

Clemson, which had canceled its exhibition match against Virginia last Friday, postponed its first two scheduled matches. The Tigers have rescheduled its contest with Wake Forest to Oct. 13 and North Carolina to Oct. 27. Both had been previously scheduled for the final two weekends of September.

The SEC kicks off this weekend, and has already had its first game postponed. Florida's opener against Missouri has been called off due to three positive COVID-19 tests on the Gators.

For the second week in a row, Oklahoma won't be playing, as its scheduled game against Kansas was postponed. From the release:

"The decision was made when the number of positive COVID-19 tests and contacts on OU’s team exceeded the Big 12 Conference’s minimum standard for competition, which states that teams must have 14 student-athletes available to play, including at least one goalkeeper."

Little Rock's home Sun Belt opener aginst Louisiana Monroe(w) has been postponed as well.

Related Topics: Atlantic Coast, Big 12, SEC, Sun Belt
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