Are you sure about that "zero" prediction. Have you been following the news for the last week?I'd say close to zero based on timeline of virus containment and such. NCAAs is still over two months away.
Ivy basketball cancellation seems very much like knee-jerk decision due to reactions from some of the Ivy campuses. Not sure how much this relates, but Ivy league does not like having conference championship tournaments. For years, they were the only conference to not have one for basketball and they still do not allow participation in NCAA FCS football playoffs.
That's why I said close to zero. Based on what we was public at the time (as well as some things that are not), that was the most likely outcome.Are you sure about that "zero" prediction. Have you been following the news for the last week?
Likely won’t happen at all the year will be vacated.so when will the NCAA tennis championships will occur ?? June or July ?? even august ? these college kids do nothing in summer anyway.... it is perfect time to hold NCAA championships for Tennis. change the venue to Stanford,, it is beautiful during summer
Stanford was a nice team but no where near close to the big boys. Maybe next year for your thinking but will be the same story in 2021. The cardinal days are over.this makes me very angry. lets all go to the front lawn of NCAA and complain, this was the year for the Cardinal. Stanford wins by default if they wont make it up
yup, same here, really hurts the pocketbook and family plans. I hope this will blow over and get going again no later than May.It is what it is. I had half of my officiating schedule drop off the planet last week. Again, it is what it is. Though, I kinda wonder if, in the long run, this is a financially positive situation for most every university that offers college tennis. The power five schools, and even others, to a degree, spend amounts of money on tennis, with no financial return.