Leading up to the MLS Is Back Tournament toward the end of July, FC Cincinnati (FCC) showed signs of having a promising 2020 season. Since the tournament, however, the club hasn't won a single match.
On April 14, at the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, the University of Cincinnati announced that the men's soccer program was being discontinued.
Tuesday afternoon, the American Athletic Conference (AAC) announced that they have reversed their decision to proceed with men’s and women’s soccer along with women’s volleyball.
After months of speculation whether or not sports would be happening this fall semester, the American Athletic Conference (AAC) finally provided their answer earlier this month. That answer was: yes, athletics are allowed to proceed, but under conditions.
University of Cincinnati Director of Athletics John Cunningham announced Tuesday that the men’s soccer program has been discontinued. The decision is effective immediately and comes amid the complications of the coronavirus pandemic.
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