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    Below is the U-Sport information on COVID-19 Eligibility. U SPORTS extends the moratorium for in-person recruiting until further notice. All information can be found at https://usports.ca/hq/covid-19-resources/covid-19-eligibility posted on October 15, 2020. Courtesy of USPORT https://usports.ca/hq/covid-19-resources/covid-19-eligibility Courtesy of USPORT https://usports.ca/hq/covid-19-resources/covid-19-eligibility Any U SPORTS student-athlete who receives an Athletic Financial Award (which requires being listed on the Eligibility Certificate) during the 2020-2021 academic year is subject to a transfer restriction (sit-out) until the conclusion of the regular season of the sport in question’s 2021-2022 athletic season, regardless...

    Burlington, Ont. (Thursday, October 15) –  Under the direction of its Board of Directors, Ontario University Athletics (OUA), announces the cancellation of all OUA-sanctioned sport programming and championships up to March 31, 2021. In line with the previous decision regarding 1st Term Sport, this difficult decision was based on provincial public health guidelines and with the health and well-being of all OUA participants at the forefront. Dr. Deborah MacLatchy, Chair of the OUA Board of Directors. said yesterday, “The health...

    Courtesy of U-Sport Story source courtesy of the files of https://usports.ca/en/news/2020/10/2270303429/u-sports-unable-to-offer-national-championships-in-winter-2021 U-SPORTS announced Thursday that it cannot safely offer the 2021 winter national championships due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.  The determination to not offer the championships comes with the unanimous support of its Board of Directors and the four university sports conferences: Atlantic University Sport, Réseau du sport étudiant du Québec, Ontario University Athletics and Canada West. “Following consultations with the four conferences, we agreed that student-athlete safety remains our top priority,” said Dick White,...

    TORONTO - In response to the ongoing COVID-19 global pandemic and the sport restrictions that are in place in the Province of Ontario in 2020, the Ontario Colleges Athletic Association (OCAA) and its members announced on Thursday October 15th their decision to cancel sanctioned varsity sports competition planned for the 2021 winter semester at the OCAA's 27 member schools. Sports affected by the cancelation of the 2021 OCAA varsity sports winter schedule include badminton, basketball, curling, indoor...

    The Manitoba Colleges Athletic Conference has decided to cancel the full eight-game soccer schedule for the upcoming 2020 season. After initially approving a schedule, the MCAC has been forced to switch gears as the province is experience mini COVID outbreaks. Instead they are hoping to pull off a four-game schedule starting in October. “If Manitoba Public Health response levels are back to yellow (caution) in all health regions where MCAC schools are located, and the MSA’s Return to Play Phase...

    The power of the athlete continues, and the Manitoba Colleges Athletic Conference (MCAC) has listened, deciding on September 4, 2020 to prolong their decision date to September 16th pertaining to the playing or cancellation of the 2020 soccer season. The MCAC along with the RSEQ is one of only two Canadian post secondary athletics conferences still working at plans for a 2020-21 season that would have competitions this fall. Most leagues made early decisions in the spring...

    After delaying their decision for as long as possible, the RSEQ university athletic conference announced the cancellation of all fall sports Monday. The decision comes in the wake of COVID restrictions. The Quebec conference was the last to announce the cancellation or suspension of fall sports. https://twitter.com/RSEQ1/status/1305568325217517570?s=20 “This difficult decision made by members of the RSEQ university sector is based primarily on the regional alert system, which may limit the participation of universities,” the conference said in their media release.  Student-athletes...

    From the files of Ontario Soccer August 27, 2020 https://www.ontariosoccer.net/news_article/show/1119652 AS A RESULT OF THE COVID-19 OUTBREAK, THE ONTARIO GOVERNMENT HAS MADE THE DECISION TO POSTPONE THE EFFECTIVE DATE OF PHASE 2 IMPLEMENTATION OF ROWAN’S LAW FROM JULY 1, 2020 TO JANUARY 1, 2021. Play. Inspire. Unite.  Courtesy of Ontario Soccer As the Ontario Soccer community and membership continue to focus on a safe Return to Play this summer and fall.  Given the focus on the current COVID-19 pandemic, it is important...

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