Updated Cancellations For State Athletic Associations


The track and field season continues to change across the country. As federal and state leaders meet to discuss ongoing recommendations surrounding the coronavirus, decisions are being made that are making large-scale impacts. 

Sports are a very small part of this equation, but they're nonetheless being effected by the ongoing change. Locally and statewide, athletic associations continue to bring updates to their member schools. 

Below is the current update of track and field seasons on a national scale, from state association to state association. You can also find coronavirus coverage below the table. 

Total States That Have Canceled Thus Far: 15

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Updated State Athletic Association Decisions On Track and Field Seasons

1AlabamaCanceledThe AHSAA made the decision on March 27Link
2AlaskaCanceledThe ASAA made the decision on March 23Link
3ArizonaCanceledThe AIA made the decision on March 30Link
4ArkansasCanceledThe AAA made the decision on April 6Link
5CaliforniaCanceledThe CIF made its decision on April 3Link
6ColoradoSuspended through April 30Extension made on April 1Link
7ConnecticutIndefinitely suspendedThe CIAC met on April 2Link
8DelawareSuspended indefinitelyLink
9D.C.Suspended indefinitelyLink
10FloridaSuspended through May 3The FHSAA is looking into extending season into JuneLink
11GeorgiaSuspended through April 24However, on April 1 the Georgia governor closed scools for the remainder of the academic year, making sports less likely to return.Link
12HawaiiIndefinitely suspendedExtended its suspension on April 30Link
13IdahoSuspended through April 20Link
14IllinoisSuspended through May 1IHSA statement on April 1Link
15IndianaCanceledThe IHSAA made its decision on April 2Link
16IowaSuspended through April 30Last update by IHSAA on April 3Link
17KansasCanceledDecision made on March 18Link
18KentuckySuspended indefinitelyUpdated on April 2Link
19LouisianaCanceledDecision on April 9Link
20MaineCanceledUpdate made on April 7Link
21MarylandSuspended indefinitelyUpdate made by MPSSAA on March 27Link
22MassachusettsSuspended until May 4Update on March 30 by MIAALink
23MichiganCanceledStatement made on April 3Link
24MinnesotaSuspended indefinitelyUpdate on March 25 made by MSHSLLink
25MississppiSuspended through April 17Last update was on April 2Link
26MissouriCanceledDecision on April 9Link
27MontanaSuspended indefinitelyUpdate on March 30 by MHSALink
28NebraskaCanceledDecision made on April 2Link
29NevadaSuspended until May 7-8Update made on April 2 by NIAALink
30New HampshireSuspended until May 4Update made on March 31Link
31New JerseySuspended IndefinitelyUpdate on April 1 by NJSIAALink
32New MexicoCanceledThe NMAA made this decision on March 30Link
33New YorkSuspended until April 27The NYSPHSAA met on March 23Link
34North CarolinaSuspended until May 18Link
35North DakotaSuspended indefinitelyThe NDHSAA met on March 31Link
36OhioSuspended indefinitely 

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37OklahomaSuspended indefinitelyLink
38OregonSuspended through April 28Link
39PennsylvaniaCanceledUpdate on April 9Link
40Rhode IslandSuspended indefinitelyThe RIIL has not released timeline on when spring sports could be backLink
41South CarolinaSuspended indefinitelySchools in South Carolina remain closed through AprilLink
42South DakotaCanceledUpdated decision made on April 6Link
43TennesseeSuspended until April 24TSSAA statement made on March 24Link
44TexasSuspended until May 4UIL statement made on April 3Link
45UtahSuspended until May 1UHSAA update made on March 30Link
46VermontSuspended IndefinitelyVPA statement on March 26Link
47VirginiaSuspended until MayVHSL statement made on March 24Link
48WashingtonCanceledDecision made on April 6Link
49West VirginiaSuspended IndefinitelyLink
50WisconsinSuspended IndefinitelyLink
51WyomingSuspended Through May 4The WHSAA provided this update on March 28Link


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