Boston College men’s soccer opts out of fall season
The Boston College men’s soccer team has announced its decision to opt out of the fall season, and move its entire 2020-2021 competitive schedule to the spring.
Boston College is the second Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC) soccer program this week to decline participation in fall competition. The North Carolina State women’s team opted out on Monday.
The ACC is one of three NCAA ‘Power 5’ conferences that has not suspended play entirely this fall, along with the Southeastern Conference (SEC) and Big 12. However, the ACC has not issued an official match schedule.
Boston College finished 5th in the ACC’s Atlantic Division in 2019, posting a 2-4-2 conference record. See below for the full statement released by the program on Tuesday:
— BC Men's Soccer (@BC_MSoccer) September 1, 2020
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