Fall sports on as planned at ATCC

Jul 9, 2020 | 8:33 AM

When varsity athletics were planned to resume at ATCC, it was critical to promote unique opportunities that reflected the interests of our students. Fall sports include:

These athletic opportunities are among the only sports deemed low risk for exposure to COVID-19, as they feature small group or individual play. This means we can offer these exciting activities as planned for Fall 2020.

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Statement from MCAC:

The Minnesota State presidents of the member colleges of the Minnesota College Athletic Conference (MCAC) met to determine how to move forward with intercollegiate athletics for fall semester in light of COVID-19. The presidents reaffirmed the commitment to protecting the health of student athletes.

In consideration of the guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the Minnesota Department of Health, fall sports will be limited to those that have been identified as low risk, Clay Target and Golf. Seasons have been canceled for football, volleyball, and soccer. For basketball, baseball, softball, and wrestling, in which practice and competition spans fall and spring semesters, all organized physical activities are prohibited during the fall semester. Discussions about the potential for spring seasons for these sports are continuing and guidance will be provided in the near future.

The Minnesota College Athletic Conference consists of 24 two-year colleges located in Minnesota, North Dakota, and Wisconsin.


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