The 2020 men's and women's NCAA tournaments have been canceled, along with all remaining winter and spring championships. The men's tournament has been played every year since 1939, while the women's tournament debuted in 1982. The decision marks a change from yesterday’s announcement that the tournament would be held without fans in attendance. The MLB,NBA, NHL and MLS have also suspended their seasons.
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