The Pac-12 CEO team voted on Tuesday to phase out the fall sports and will be looking at options to play in the spring, sources told ESPN.
The stadium reported for the first time.
The conference had a webinar scheduled at 4:30 p.m. ET to discuss a decision that would include conference commissioner Larry Scott, group CEO and Oregon president Michael Schill, Arizona sporting director. Ray Anderson and Oregon Senior Vice President Sports Medicine PhD. Doug Aukerman.
Last month, following a similar decision from the Big Ten, Pac-12 announced that it would proceed with the convention-only soccer match schedule starting September 26. Pac-12’s decision to cancel the match on Tuesday again following the same Decision from the Big Ten, announcing that they will cancel the fall sports during the Pac-12 CEO group meeting for about an hour.
The Executive Team is comprised of a prime minister or president from the conference’s 12 universities and is the ultimate decision-maker for Pac-12.