The coronavirus is wreaking havoc on everyone's lives, including those of major league, minor league, and college baseball players. With MLB spring training suspended, opening day postponed, and college baseball spring games cancelled, players face the dilemma of staying in shape while they wait it out.
Sooner Vice President and Director of Athletics Joe Castiglione made it official Wednesday afternoon. The annual Red- White Spring Game has been called off in light of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
While many folks are getting cabin fever in week three of social distancing, many outdoor activities provide a getaway for some sportsmen and women. Fishing, golf and disc golf can offer some entertainment while COV- ID-19 continues to plague the world.
In the wake of the abrupt ending to the 2019-20 college basketball season, the final AP Top 25 looks quite similar to what the penultimate AP Top 25 looked like a week ago. Kansas remains the No. 1 team in the sport and Gonzaga stays at No. 2, while Dayton, Florida State and Baylor all held true at the Nos. 3-5 spots.
The OSSAA has been carefully monitoring COVID-19 and following all the recommendations put forth from the CDC. We have also been in contact with State Associations at both a national and regional level.