Based on Chancellor Timothy White’s May 12th announcement that the vast majority of CSU courses will be virtual for the fall semester of the 2020-21 academic year, and with utmost consideration for the health and welfare of our students, coaches, staff, faculty and communities, CCAA member institutions, including Cal Poly Pomona, have determined that NCAA sport competition will not occur during the fall of 2020.
The CCAA member institutions will continue to advocate strongly to maintain NCAA championship opportunities for all of our student-athletes, including our fall sports, during the 2020-21 academic year and recommend competition resume when it is safe and appropriate to do so for all of its members. Additional information regarding plans for athletics in fall and spring will be communicated as soon as it becomes available.
Read the entire CCAA statement on the website.
In addition to the announcement from the CCAA, Cal Poly Pomona Director of Intercollegiate Athletics Brian Swanson added that “Our focus is on the health and safety of our student-athletes, campus and community and safe return to play. We will continue to work with our campus, conference, the California State University system, and state and national experts in developing solutions that support the safe resumption of intercollegiate athletics. We have resilient student-athletes, coaches and staff. While today’s announcement is a result of an unfortunate global pandemic outbreak, we will rebound and be stronger moving forward in Bronco Athletics.”
If and when more information becomes available, it will be posted to the Bronco Athletics website.