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Ivy League to postpone fall sports for 2020

Article Written by Travis Clark
Published: July 8, 2020

The Ivy League is set to announce that all athletics will be delayed for the fall of 2020, according to a report from CBS Sports' Jon Rothstein.

A source confirmed the report to TopDrawerSoccer that athletics won't be played in the fall. No ruling has been made on whether or not the soccer season could potentially be played in the spring, the source indicated.

Earlier this week, various Ivy League schools had announced plans for welcoming students back to their campuses with limited capacity, including Princeton, Harvard, Brown, Yale and Columbia.

The Athletic's Dana O'Neil clarified that no sports will be played until at least 2021, at the earliest.

The Ivy League released an official announcement Wednesday afternoon. The conference is postponing fall athletics and still determining whether those sports will be feasible for the winter/spring. The full release can be read here.

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