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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...

    Courtesy of https://breakingthelines.com/opinion/hansi-flick-and-the-art-of-patience/ September 13, 2020 By: Abu Yasin Featured Image: @GabFoligno / Michael Regan – UEFA Photo Courtesy of https://apnews.com/article/23bea10a38b14d4ba987fb46c2adc4af Hansi Flick and the Art of Patience From being sacked from third-tier Hoffenheim in 2005 to winning Bayern’s second ever treble in 2020, it has been quite a ride for Hansi Flick. In the 14 years that followed his dismissal at Hoffenheim, he has stepped into the shadows and learned from his mistakes, slowly biding his time and perfecting his...

    From the Files of the Canadian Soccer Association https://www.canadasoccer.com/news/canada-soccer-announces-latest-coach-education-a-licence-cohort/ October 6, 2020 Thirty coaches who began A Licence courses in 2017-8 completed requirements Canada Soccer has announced that 30 coaches who participated in the A Licence courses in 2017 and 2018 have completed the subsequent requirements to gain certification. The A Licence is currently the top-level certification in the Performance Stream of Canada Soccer’s Coach Education Program for senior players currently playing in a college/university, professional club or academy environment. The...

    Jeff Paulus addresses his team during their game vs. Forge FC. (Photo: CPL / Chant Photography) Courtesy of the files of canpl.ca: https://canpl.ca/article/fc-edmontons-vacant-coaching-role-who-will-succeed-jeff-paulus story byMARTY THOMPSON, DIGITAL CONTENT EDITOR (@MARTYTHOMPSON_) 2020-09-30 FC Edmonton brass is picking up the pieces after a tumultuous 2020 Canadian Premier League season. Jeff Paulus stepped down as Edmonton coach last week, which means one of eight CPL coaching roles is temporarily vacant. The move wasn’t necessarily a shock — Paulus himself said during The Island Games that he felt...

    2020 MCAC Soccer Season Cancelled as the Winnipeg Health Region Pandemic Response Level Moves to Code Orange On September 29th in a move that was expected by some fans, administrators and athletes alike, the MCAC Manitoba's governing body for College Athletics made the decision to cancel the 2020 MCAC Soccer season as the Winnipeg Health Region response level was moved to orange for a minimum of four weeks and the MSA Return to Play Phase has been downgraded...

    Photo Courtesy of Brent Dunlop The VIU Mariners men’s soccer team was one win away from capturing the CCAA national gold medal last season, but fell 3-2 to the Durham Lords in the CCAA title match. During the regular campaign the Mariners were the PACWEST’s top team with a 7-3-2 record and received a bye into the Conference gold medal tilt. They struggled in that title game and fell 1-0 to the champion Douglas Royals. However despite the loss...

    Courtesy of The Players Tribune PHOTO BYSAM MALLER/THE PLAYERS' TRIBUNE Postcoach.ca Editor's Note: The following story is from the Player Tribune article from September 14, 2020. With everything that has taken place in the last 5 months since the murder of George Floyd and the advent of the Black Lives Matter movement, I struggled to address this subject on the website because in all honesty I have had a hard time putting the frustration and anger that...