In a statement released on Monday, the Pac-12 announced the suspension of organized team activities is extended through May 31.
The conference says the decision came after a meeting with its CEOs. There are some exceptions based on “student-athlete well-being” and there will be periodic re-evaluations over the coming weeks “should circumstances warrant a change in policy.”
Key elements of the continued suspension includes no in-person activities and workouts. The full statement can be seen at the bottom of this post.
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Pac-12 statement on student-athlete athletic activities
SAN FRANCISCO – The Pac-12 announced today that following a meeting of its CEOs, it has made the decision to extend its previously announced suspension of organized team activities through May 31, with certain limited exceptions based upon student-athlete well-being, and with periodic re-evaluations over the coming weeks should circumstances warrant a change in policy.
Key elements of the suspension include the following:
A full copy of the Pac-12 policy can be found here: Pac-12 Pandemic Policy (PDF)
The Pac-12 and its member universities will continue to make the health and well-being of student-athletes and all those associated with our athletic programs our number one priority. We also committed to doing our part to support our communities and to limit the spread of COVID-19.