The CCAA Suspends Fall Sports

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By NoontimeSports.com 

Following yesterday’s announcement by California State University Chancellor Timothy P. White about a majority of classes for the upcoming school year expected to be held online, the California Collegiate Athletic Association (CCAA) announced they will suspend its upcoming fall sports season

The 13 member NCAA D-II conference, which has campuses in various California cities and towns, including Los Angeles and San Francisco, will not crown champions this fall in men and women’s soccer, men’s cross country, and women’s volleyball.

As noted in yesterday’s announcement, the CCAA member institutions felt it was best to protect the “health and welfare of our students, coaches, staff, faculty, and communities.” The CCAA does hope to provide its student-athletes with an opportunity to compete in the upcoming school year, but only when it is deemed safe for its student-athletes.

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