A junior college advisory council has recommended moving most fall sports to the spring of 2021.
The National Junior College Athletic Association’s Presidential Advisory Council made the recommendation on Friday, and the NJCAA said an official plan of action will be determined Monday.
“We must adjust accordingly to support and sustain NJCAA programs. The association as a whole is collectively working to provide the best opportunities to be successful on and off the field for our student-athletes,” said NJCAA president and CEO Dr. Christopher J. Parker in a statement.
On Wednesday, the Ivy League became the first NCAA conference to move fall sports to the spring due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.