More than a month after deciding to postpone its 2020 fall sports season, the Big Ten Conference announced Wednesday that it is reversing course and restarting its college football season starting the weekend of Oct. 23-24.
High school students at Maryland public high schools can return to practice starting on Feb. 1, 2021, according to a new two-semester guidance plan released by the Maryland Public Secondary Schools Athletic Association (MPSSAA) on Friday.
The Big East Conference, comprised of 11-member institutions, including Georgetown University, announced it would postpone its six fall sports in 2020 and possibly moving them to 2021.
By Brooks Warren/The Sports Pulse Contributor WASHINGTON – The Washington Catholic Athletic Conference (WCAC) is rescheduling its upcoming fall sports season to January 2021, becoming the latest interscholastic athletics association … Read More
By Jose Umana and Demetrius Dillard/The Sports Pulse Contributors BETHESDA — Two of the state’s largest school districts have announced the cancellation of fall sports for the 2020 season. Montgomery … Read More
By José Umaña/The Sports Pulse Contributor Three high school athletics associations in the D.C.-metropolitan region announced their decisions to delay the start of the fall sports season as schools prepare … Read More