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All I am saying is that this would be the perfect time for the college soccer world to adopt the two part season. Get things rolling in the spring, summer break, and then finish everything up in the fall.

 

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2 hours ago, ZippyRulz said:

It is 6 months until February. I think there will be a new president and some type of vaccine by then.

 

From your mouth to God's ears.

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Can anyone who's following it closely tell us which conferences are playing men's soccer this fall -- and which are waiting for Spring?  I am presuming BTW, that all those whose men are playing this season also have women playing now.  Correct?

 

Also, could this be a preview of the yet-to-be-formalized two-season format?  Is the NCAA planning a championship tournament anytime?

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11 hours ago, Z.I.P. said:

Can anyone who's following it closely tell us which conferences are playing men's soccer this fall -- and which are waiting for Spring?  I am presuming BTW, that all those whose men are playing this season also have women playing now.  Correct?

 

Also, could this be a preview of the yet-to-be-formalized two-season format?  Is the NCAA planning a championship tournament anytime?

this should answer one part of your question....

no ncaa soccer tourney in the fall

ncaa soccer tourney will be in the spring

https://www.ncaa.com/news/ncaa/article/2020-09-16/ncaa-di-council-approves-moving-fall-championships-spring

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I think that ACC and sunbelt are playing men's soccer in the fall

a few other miscellaneous teams...UAB, Mercer and Kentucky

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On 9/29/2020 at 5:00 PM, TennZip said:

I think that ACC and sunbelt are playing men's soccer in the fall

a few other miscellaneous teams...UAB, Mercer and Kentucky

 

Would they still also play in the spring/tourney?

 

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Perfect example of just how disorganized the NCAA really is...

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On 10/14/2020 at 9:32 AM, Spin said:

Perfect example of just how disorganized the NCAA really is...

Do you mean the MAC or the NCAA?  If the Big10 and ACC are playing men's soccer (I believe they are).....this seems like a huge disadvantage for us.

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16 hours ago, a-zip said:

Do you mean the MAC or the NCAA?  If the Big10 and ACC are playing men's soccer (I believe they are).....this seems like a huge disadvantage for us.

The Big 10 has not been playing.  ACC has.

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21 hours ago, a-zip said:

Do you mean the MAC or the NCAA?  If the Big10 and ACC are playing men's soccer (I believe they are).....this seems like a huge disadvantage for us.


The NCAA. You have some conferences playing, some in the spring, some not at all. Same with football. The clowns are running the circus.

 

 

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On 10/26/2020 at 1:27 PM, Spin said:


The NCAA. You have some conferences playing, some in the spring, some not at all. Same with football. The clowns are running the circus.

 

 

I believed the. ACC intends to play both Fall and Spring, further adding to the confusion.  

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I know this is a soccer thread........This is not going to come out the right way but (here goes).... I think the MAC had an opportunity to grab some headlines/airtime though COVID by playing soccer and football.  Seriously, is social distancing an issue at a MAC football or soccer game?  Perhaps there near some of the schools I am not aware of.

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On 10/28/2020 at 6:10 AM, a-zip said:

I know this is a soccer thread........This is not going to come out the right way but (here goes).... I think the MAC had an opportunity to grab some headlines/airtime though COVID by playing soccer and football.  Seriously, is social distancing an issue at a MAC football or soccer game?  Perhaps there near some of the schools I am not aware of.

 

True, the sports networks are cleaning out the closet showing 5 year old women's sports. 

 

IMO that is the reason the MAC decided to play in November and December. It wasn't for the athletes or the fans...

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