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Softball -- and All Other NCAA Winter/Spring Sports -- Cancelled for Remainder of 2019-20 Year

As virtually any reader of this blog would know already, NCAA college softball -- and all other winter and spring sports -- is over for the remainder of the 2019-20 academic year. In a March 12 announcement, the NCAA canceled all remaining national championship events under its jurisdiction, including the Women's College World Series, due to the worldwide Coronavirus outbreak.

Prior to that announcement, many conferences had cancelled regular-season games and/or conference-championship events. As a practical matter, once the NCAA national championships were canceled, there was seemingly no purpose in trying to play any regular games, even if the Coronavirus threat were to diminish. Hence, the season is over.

Presumably, there will be further news developments regarding college softball and other sports, such as details over how athletes who played partial seasons (such as softballers) will receive a full or partial year of extra eligibility to make up for their lost opportunity to…

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