Coronavirus Policies Affecting Local Teams
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Amherst College, UCLA and the Pac-12 announced decisions to limit accessibility to student athletes for fans and media this week.

The George Fox Bruins head to Amherst, Massachusetts to battle Amherst College on Friday in the NCAA Division III Tournament. Amherst announced spectators will not be allowed into the gym as a preventative measure.

UCLA announced Tuesday that fans will not be allowed to attend any homes games until “at least April 10, or until further notice.” The Oregon Ducks baseball team battles the Bruins this weekend in a three-game series.

Finally, the Pac-12 conference announced Tuesday afternoon the media will not have access to team locker rooms.

Locker Room Access – The Pac-12 Conference has made the decision to limit access to team locker rooms to only student-athletes and essential staff at the upcoming Pac-12 Men’s Basketball Tournament and all Pac-12 Championships until further notice. Media will not be permitted to enter team locker rooms, but will continue to have access to interview student-athletes and coaches at designated areas outside of the locker room. This decision is made given the close quarters and personal nature of the locker room environment, and after consultation with our schools, and consideration of the current recommendations of health authorities and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).

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