Map of Teams – Red is canceled; Green is on for now
Updated 11/24 – 10:00am – Total wrestling cancellations: 11
CUNYAC cancels winter sports, Hunter wrestling affected
Division III wrestling coaches have been told that 70% of teams need to commit to compete this season in order for there to be an NCAA Championships. There are 113 schools that initially intended to compete this season. 70% of 113 is 79.1, meaning there will need to be about 80 schools in action this winter.
This post will be updated as schools and conferences make decisions about winter sports in general and wrestling specifically. The schools and conferences that have made announcements so far have gone one of two ways. Some schools are currently planning to attempt to schedule competition on their own even though the conference championships are canceled. Others have canceled all winter sports in their entirety.
If a conference is listed, that conference has canceled winter competition, regardless of whether or not the conference sponsors wrestling. Teams in bold have explicitly said no to wrestling (or made a blanket statement for all winter sports) in the 2020-21 season.
Winter Sports Tracker – schools cancelling wrestling are in bold
CUNYAC – Hunter
GNAC – Norwich, Johnson & Wales
Liberty League – Ithaca, RIT
MASCAC – Bridgewater State
NECC – New England College
NESCAC – Trinity, Wesleyan, Williams
NEWMAC – Coast Guard, Springfield, WPI
NCAC – Hiram, Ohio Wesleyan, Wabash
SUNYAC – Brockport, Cortland, Oneonta, Oswego
UAA – Case, Chicago, NYU