With delays after delays, I think we all saw this action coming. The National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (also known as the NAIA) has made the decision to cancel and call off all sporting events for the Spring of 2020. What does this mean? Well, it means no baseball, basketball, croquet, foosball, quidditch, soccer, golf, and any other sports that were set to start (or continue) within the Spring season. This is not only a call to call off the events, but also a canceling of all sports practices as well.

It is not like this was an easy choice to make, but as more restrictions are taking place (such as the CDC limiting group events to 10 people or less) the ability to have games occur became pretty much an impossible feat. During this time it is recommended that everyone should take this time to focus on their health and the health of their immediate family to prevent exposure or to prevent you or your household from contracting COVID-19. If you would like to read more on the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics canceling and calling off all Spring sporting events, then check out the article written by the team at Hays Post by clicking here.

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