The Ivy League Cancels Basketball And All Winter Sports During The Coronavirus Pandemic

The Ivy League Cancels Basketball And All Winter Sports During The Coronavirus Pandemic


The Ivy League has canceled all winter sports during the coronavirus pandemic.

The prestigious D1 conference announced Thursday night that the league would “forego athletics competition in fall & winter sports” during the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. (RELATED: David Hookstead Is The True King In The North When It Comes To College Football)

Most notably, the decision means that there won’t be any Ivy League basketball this season.

With the health & wellbeing of student-athletes & the greater campus community in mind, The Ivy League Presidents decide to forego athletics competition in fall & winter sports, postpone competition in spring sports through February 2021.

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Joint Statement from the Ivy League Council of Presidents.

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While I feel bad for all the athletes, the only two sports that matter in this situation for the Ivy League are men’s basketball and men’s hockey.

No offense to everyone else who plays sports in the Ivy League, but we all know that’s the truth.

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