The Ivy League is the first Division I conference to announce they will not play sports this fall due to the coronavirus pandemic. The schools are reportedly not considering playing fall sports until at least the spring of 2021, though there currently is no set date for a return. The league will reportedly not entertain any sports being played until after January 1st, which will affect football, soccer, field hockey, volleyball and cross country, as well as the non-conference portion of the basketball season. Winter sports, which include College Basketball, will reportedly have an update in mid-July on their respective practice schedules.
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