NCAA: All athletes may resume voluntary on-campus activities June 1

23 Mai, 2020, 02:07 | Auteur: Adelaide Bullion
  • UF reveals plan for student-athletes to resume athletic activities

A major answer came Friday when SEC presidents voted to allow athletes in that league to return to campuses - provided those campuses allow it - on June 8 to resume what the league calls "voluntary, in-person activities".

As the COVID-19 pandemic shut down sports across the country, it was a similar case for the SEC.

They referred to June 8 as the start of "transition period that will allow student-athletes to gradually adapt to full training and sports activity after this recent period of inactivity". It stressed the need for controlled, safe environments and continued social distancing.

"The safe and healthy return of our student-athletes, coaches, administrators and our greater university communities have been and will continue to serve as our guiding principle as we navigate this complex and constantly-evolving situation", said SEC Commissioner Greg Sankey.

It will be up to the schools to decide how to implement the workouts, and they must follow safety standards for the athletes.

"At this time, we are preparing to begin the fall sports season as now scheduled, and this limited resumption of voluntary athletic activities on June 8 is an important initial step in that process", Sankey said.

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On Wednesday, the council announced that athletes in football and men's and women's basketball could resume voluntary on-campus athletic activities starting June 1.

NCAA regulations now allow only strength and conditioning coaches to work with athletes during the voluntary workouts, along with eight hours of virtual film review through June 30.

Consistent with NCAA regulations, organized practices and other required physical activities remain prohibited in all sports.

Florida athletic director Scott Stricklin said UF will bring back athletes in three sports to start.

"The guidance we have received from MU Health Care, as well as city and county officials, and the SEC's Medical Task Force", Sterk said, "has provided a roadmap that allows us to safely open our facilities for supervised voluntary activities while continuing to provide academic support, medical and mental health care, and meals to our student-athletes that they would not have access to if they were at home". We will conduct screening leading up to the resumption of activities on June 8.

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