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Advice Jul 17, 2020

NCAA Division I Soccer Conferences COVID-19 Tracker

As NCAA conferences scramble to revise their plans for the fall soccer season amid the COVID-19 pandemic, SoccerWire has launched a tracker to keep up with the latest headlines.

There are 31 NCAA Division I conferences which sponsor women’s soccer, 24 of which also feature men’s soccer divisions.

Several of those conferences, including the Ivy League, Patriot League, Atlantic 10 and America East, have already postponed their fall seasons through the end of the semester.

See below for the latest look at where each conference stands for the upcoming season. The tracker will be updated daily.

NCAA D-I Soccer Conferences Fall Season Status
American No games until September 1
America East Postponed entire fall season
ACC No games until September 10
Atlantic 10 Postponed entire fall season
Atlantic Sun No games until September 18
Big East Canceled non-conference competition
Big Sky – women only Eliminated conference tournament
Big South No games until Sept. 3
Big Ten Canceled non-conference competition
Big 12 – women only
Big West Postponed entire season
Colonial
Conference USA
Horizon League No games until October 1
Ivy League Canceled entire fall season
Metro Atlantic Canceled entire fall season
Mid-American Eliminated conference tournament
Missouri Valley No games until September 19
Mountain West – women only Eliminated conference tournament
Northeast Postponed – will revisit Oct. 1
Ohio Valley – women only No games until September 17
Pac-12 No games until September 26
Patriot League Canceled entire fall season
SEC – women only No games until September 1
Southern Shortened conference tournament
Southland – women only No games until September 1
Southwestern – women only Postponed entire fall season
The Summit League No games until September 23
Sun Belt No games until September 3
West Coast No games until September 24
Western Women (Sept. 10) | Men (Sept. 16)
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