More and more colleges are choosing to cancel Fall sports for 2020, but what will happen to the players and incoming recruits? It started with the New England Small College Athletic Conference, or NESCAC for short. In late June, Division III Bowdoin College was the first to cancel all Fall Sports for the 2020 season, announced via the College's Athletics web page, and more would immediately follow. Now, the Ivy League is next in line to make the difficult decision whether or not to have Fall athletics.
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