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  • NCAA in favor of ‘eligibility relief’ for spring sport athletes

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    The NCAA announced Thursday it's canceling remaining winter and spring championship events to prevent the spread of coronavirus (COVID-19).
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    The decision follows suit with numerous other conferences around the country, including the SEC, AAC, Big 10, WAC, Big 12, MAC, A-10, CUSA and Ivy League.
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