NJCAA proposes to move fall sports to the spring

The National Junior College Athletic Association has recommended moving men's and women's soccer and a majority of JC sports played in the fall to the spring of 2021.

"We must adjust accordingly to support and sustain NJCAA programs," NJCAA president and CEO Dr. Christopher Parker said in a statement. "The association as a whole is collectively working to provide the best opportunities to be successful on and off the field for our student athletes."

To date, almost three dozen JC programs with men's or women's soccer have been shut down for the fall.

Suspended fall programs: community college (34)
California (CCCAA):
Fresno City (M/W)
Clovis (M/W)
Reedley (W)
Taft (M/W)
West Hills Lemoore (M/W)
Eastern Florida State (M)
Harry S. Truman (M/W)
Kennedy-King (M)
Malcolm X (M)
Richard J. Daley (M/W)
Wilbur Wright (M/W)
Bunker Hill (M/W)

Anoka-Ramsey (M/W)
Lake Superior (M/W)
Minnesota West (M/W)
Riverland (M)
Rochester (W)
New York:

Clinton (M/W)
Corning (M/W)
Erie (M/W)
Jamestown (M/W)
Monroe County (M/W)
North Country  (M/W)
Onondaga (M/W)
SUNY Adirondack (M/W)
SUNY Erie CC (M/W)
North Carolina:
Wake Tech (M/W)
Lehigh Carbon (M/W)
Cuyahoga (M)
Northern Virginia (M)
Richard Bland (M/W)
Southwest Virginia (MW)
Laredo (M)
Washington (NWAC):
Yakima Valley (W)
Note: M=sponsors men's soccer; W=sponsors women's soccer
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