Updates & News Throughout the NCAA (Part Two)

Updated: Jul 25



Read Part One here


The Following Conferences Have Recently Announced Delays or Cancellations For Their 2020 Fall Athletics...


BIG Sky Conference (D1): Delay in Fall Competition Until Sept. 18th (Fall Olympic Sports)


Ohio Valley Conference (D1): Delay in Fall Competition Until Sept. 17th (Fall Olympic Sports)


Atlantic Sun Conference (D1): Delay in Fall Competition Until Sept. 18th


Sun Belt Conference (D1): Delay in Fall Competition Until Sept. 3rd


Peach Belt Conference (D2): Delay in Fall Competition Until Oct. 1st


South Atlantic Conference (D2): Delay in Fall Competition Until Sept. 26th (Conference-only)


Mountain East Conference (D2): Delay in Fall Competition "No Earlier" Than Oct. 1st


Lone Star Conference (D2): Delay in Fall Competition "No Earlier" Than the Week of Sept. 21st


Gulf South Conference (D2): Delay in Fall Competition Until "either" Last Week of September or First Week of October


Middle Atlantic Conference (D3): Suspending Competition Throughout 2020 Fall Semester


Liberty League (D3): Cancelling All Competition Through Dec. 31st


Great Northeast Athletic Conference (D3): Postponing All Competition for Fall Semester


Ohio Athletic Conference (D3): Postponing All Competition Through Dec. 31st


Washington State Resumes Online Instruction For 2020 Fall Semester

Yesterday, Washington State University announced that all undergraduate courses for the upcoming fall semester will be taught online with "extremely limited exceptions" for in-person classes.


Earlier this week, fellow PAC-12 competitor UC Berkeley (Cal) announced that they will be adopting online instruction for the start of the upcoming fall semester.


Following the announcement of online instruction of the 2020 fall semester, Washington State Athletic Director Pat Chun made the below statement...


Clemson Resumes Online Instruction Until September 21st

On Wednesday, Clemson announced that they will begin the fall semester with online instruction and delay in-person classes until September 21st.


No comment has been made surrounding the status of their fall athletics.

Noah Hufnagel Transfers to Southern Indiana

The Stride Report has confirmed that Noah Hufnagel will be transferring to the University of Southern Indiana (D2). He has two seasons of cross country, two seasons of indoor track and three seasons of outdoor track eligibility remaining.


The former Indiana State runner owns personal bests of 8:37 (3k), 14:48 (5k) and 30:57 (10k). He will join a Screaming Eagles team which recently saw steeplechase standout Nathan Hall head to Missouri as a graduate transfer.


Hufnagel will offer reliable scoring within USI's cross country lineup and has the potential to develop into a legitimate low-stick option for Coach Hillyard's group in the future.