There will be a Patriot League football season taking place this school year.
As announced earlier today, the Patriot League plans to play a shortened season this spring, beginning Saturday, March 13 and concluding Saturday, April 14 with a championship game between the winner of the North and South Divisions. Colgate, Fordham, and Holy Cross will compete in the North Division while Bucknell, Lafayette, and Lehigh will makeup the South Division.
All six teams will play four contests, including two non-divisional games.
Georgetown won’t compete in the Patriot League’s spring season, but does hope to welcome back student-athletes to campus later this year to begin preparations for its 2021-22 academic year schedule.
The Patriot League scheduled a make-up date for Saturday, April 17.
Football is just one of many sports that is currently slated to occur this spring, pending it is safe to compete due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. Other fall sports are expected to take place this spring, including field hockey, soccer, and volleyball.