2020-21 MCAC Volleyball Schedule Reduced to 12-Games with Planned January Start
The MCAC met on Friday afternoon and made the decision that the full 2020-21 volleyball schedule can no longer be played. An alternate 12-game schedule starting in January has been created and a final decision on that schedule will be made on December 4.
“It is our hope that we give ourselves time before having to make this final decision where restrictions due to COVID-19 may be relaxed and season can be approved,” said Scott Masterson, MCAC’s president. “However, that hope is being balanced by the goal of making a decision that is early enough to allow student-athletes an opportunity to make decisions about their winter semesters.”
If restrictions are met and the season can start, the PUC Pilots will play the ACC Cougars, while the USB Rouges will play the CMU Blazers on opening day on Jan.15.
The new schedule has the women playing at 2 p.m. on Sundays and 6 p.m. on Fridays, with the men serving up at 4 p.m. on Sundays and 8 p.m. on Sundays.
A decision will also be made on the status of the 2021 MCAC basketball and futsal seasons when the league meets on December 4.
About the MCAC
The MCAC is the governing body for intercollegiate athletics in Manitoba. Its mission is to foster the development of the student-athlete through the administration and promotion of intercollegiate athletics as part of the education experience and provide a leadership role in the development of sport in Manitoba.
MCAC student athletes compete in basketball, futsal, soccer and volleyball. Member institutions include Assiniboine Community College (Brandon), Brandon University (Brandon), Canadian Mennonite University (Winnipeg), Providence University College (Otterburne) and Université de Sainte-Boniface (Winnipeg).
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