The developments across the country in the last week have been heavy, and one wouldn’t blame you for briefly forgetting COVID-19 is a thing, but Wyoming’s equipment staff and many others in college athletics are bracing for how to prepare for athletes returning.
This was inevitable, but still sucks nonetheless. Baseball, softball, track and field (indoor and outdoor), golf, and swimming and diving are all affected in some way.
Check out this very detailed analysis on what UNLV basketball is inheriting with the addition of Donovan Yap.
April/May of 2021 seems like an eternity from now, but without the benefit of hindsight it doesn’t appear as if the Mountain West will have any headline draftees next spring. That could of course change, and Chris Murray lists some of the candidates to be drafted next spring.
University of Hawaii offensive lineman Solo Vaipulu was arrested Monday morning for violating the state's mandatory 14-day traveler quarantine, according to state officials.— Ian Scheuring (@IanScheuring) June 2, 2020
Sure looks like UNLV will be sporting a new football field
Congrats, Mountain West class of 2020!
On the Horizon:
- Coming Today: Top 10 Returning Players for Air Force
- Coming Today: All-time Wolf Pack Starting Five
- Coming Friday: MWCConnection Roundtable: Which team will be the most improved this season?