NCAA to grant extra year of eligibility to spring athletes

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College seniors may not have played their final events after all. confirmed reports that the NCAA is planning to grant an extra season of competition to all student-athletes who have participated in spring sports this year.

The decision comes a day after the NCAA canceled the rest of its winter and spring competition seasons, including all of its remaining championships. The NCAA Division I men’s and women’s golf championships were schedule to be played May 22-June 3 at Grayhawk Golf Club in Scottsdale, Arizona. Regionals were slated for early May.

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The NCAA’s Council Coordination Committee is still discussing details, including whether winter-sport athletes will be considered for this exemption.