The NCAA has put an end to fall championships in the sports that it controls. That does not include major-college football, but this is a bummer all around nonetheless, as this nixes championship events for soccer, cross-country, and volleyball.
"We cannot, at this point, have fall NCAA championships."— Inside the NCAA (@InsidetheNCAA) August 13, 2020
NCAA President Mark Emmert discusses the latest developments in fall sports and looks ahead to winter and spring championships.
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NC State’s cross country teams are really good, and the women’s team might have contended for the national championship. Now we’ll never know.
The soccer programs both are making significant progress and both have been really entertaining over the last couple of years—if you’ve missed Tziarra King, I’m sorry—but we are forced to administer mountains of disappointment, on account of Becky had to go to Applebee’s without a mask on.