Ohio State-Illinois canceled after COVID-19 outbreak

Ohio State is the newest high-profile school soccer group to cancel a sport due to a COVID-19 outbreak.

The Buckeyes’ sport as we speak at Illinois has been canceled and Ohio State introduced it’ll pause all soccer actions due to a number of constructive COVID-19 checks inside the soccer group.

Ohio State coach Ryan Day had already confirmed that he examined constructive and wouldn’t coach. However after Day’s constructive check, further checks got here again constructive and the varsity determined it couldn’t play in any respect.

No. 4 Ohio State has now had two video games canceled this season, as its sport towards Maryland was additionally canceled due to a COVID-19 outbreak at Maryland. Underneath Massive Ten guidelines, Ohio State could be ineligible for the Massive Ten Championship Recreation if it doesn’t play each of its remaining scheduled video games, towards Michigan State and Michigan. The Faculty Soccer Playoff doesn’t have any necessities about what number of video games a group should play to qualify for the four-team playoff, however Ohio State failing to qualify for its personal convention championship might end result within the playoff committee deciding to exclude Ohio State from the playoff.

Ohio State-Illinois canceled after COVID-19 outbreak initially appeared on Professional Soccer Speak


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