Could Regional Sports Scheduling Alleviate Costs?

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As collegiate athletics departments are seeking creative ways to save money amid the COVID-19 pandemic, a group of conferences are reportedly discussing a regional scheduling alliance to help weather the storm.

According to D1Baseball, officials inside the Colonial Athletic Association, the Big East Conference and the Atlantic 10 Conference are considering the scheduling alliance as a way to ease the budget impact of secondary sports. 

β€œWe’re working on trying to find a regional solution. It makes a lot of sense in the short term and my hope is that it would take a lot of financial burden away from the schools,” Connecticut baseball coach Jim Penders told D1Baseball about the plan.

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