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MHSAA Suspends all Winter Sports Tournaments

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MHSAA Suspends all Winter Sports Tournaments

MHSAA Suspends all Winter Sports Tournaments

MHSAA Suspends all Winter Sports Tournaments

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MHSAA Suspends Tournament Play

MHSAA Tournaments to Continue with Attendance Restrictions, Online Streaming of Finals


UPDATE:   

MHSAA Suspends Winter Tournaments Amid COVID-19 Concerns

EAST LANSING, Mich. – March 12 – Postseason events sponsored by the Michigan High School Athletic Association have been suspended immediately and indefinitely due to concerns related to COVID-19. 

The Ice Hockey, Girls Gymnastics and Lower Peninsula Boys Swimming & Diving Finals had been scheduled for this weekend, while the Girls & Boys Basketball Tournaments are midway through earlier rounds of their playoff progressions. 

On Wednesday, Gov. Gretchen Whitmer recommended a stoppage of large gatherings in order to assist in preventing the spread of COVID-19. 

“Based on the events of the last 48 hours and with things changing by the minute, we believe we have no choice but to suspend our winter tournaments immediately,” MHSAA Executive Director Mark Uyl said. “This is a suspension until we have a better handle on the situation. The health and welfare of everyone involved is our number one priority.” 

Uyl added that more information and updates will be forthcoming over the next few days. No timetable has been determined for possible rescheduling of tournaments.



EAST LANSING, Mich. – March 12 – Postseason events sponsored by the Michigan High School Athletic Association and scheduled for March 12-14 will be conducted as scheduled. However, attendance will be restricted at all events through this weekend, with updates to be announced Monday, March 16, for the remainder of the girls and boys basketball tournaments.


The MHSAA Ice Hockey Semifinals and Finals will be played March 12-14 at USA Hockey Arena, with Lower Peninsula Boys Swimming & Diving Finals beginning Friday, March 13 and concluding March 14 at Oakland University and Holland Aquatic Center. Girls Gymnastics at Rockford High School also will be competed Friday and Saturday this weekend. Girls Basketball Regionals Finals are scheduled for tonight, March 12, across the state, as are Boys District Finals on Friday, March 13. 


Based on recommendations from Gov. Gretchen Whitmer suggesting attendance limitations, no spectators will be allowed for the three Swimming & Diving Finals, both days, or Saturday’s Girls Gymnastics Individual Finals. These events have the highest number of participants of this weekend’s events.

However, for Hockey Semifinals and Finals and Gymnastics Team Finals – events with far fewer participants – a limited number of spectators will be allowed, as determined by participating schools, to include only parents, legal guardians and essential administrators. Basketball games during the next two days also will allow only limited spectators, as determined by participating schools and following these same restrictions. Each competing school will provide the entry list of parents, legal guardians and essential administrators to the host site prior to each contest.


To recap, here is a breakdown of sport-by-sport attendance stipulations and broadcast information. 

Boys Swimming & Diving Finals

Rounds: Preliminaries on March 13, Finals on March 14

Attendance: No on-site spectators allowed.

Broadcast: Live streaming of prelims and Finals on MHSAA.tv. 


Girls Gymnastics Finals

Rounds: Team Finals on March 13, Individual Finals on March 14

Attendance: Limited to parents, legal guardians and essential administrators on March 13. No on-site spectators allowed March 14. 

Broadcast: Live streaming of Team and Individual Finals on MHSAA.tv. 


Boys Ice Hockey Semifinals and Finals

Rounds: Semifinals on March 13-14, Finals on March 15

Attendance: Limited to parents, legal guardians and essential administrators.

Broadcast: Live streaming of all 12 games on MHSAA.tv. Live audio on MHSAA Network. 


Girls Basketball Regional Finals

Rounds: All scheduled for March 12.

Attendance: Limited to parents, legal guardians and essential administrators.

Broadcast: Live streaming of some games, with subscription, on MHSAA.tv. 


Boys Basketball District Finals

Rounds: All scheduled for March 13.

Attendance: Limited to parents, legal guardians and essential administrators.

Broadcast: Live streaming of some games, with subscription, on MHSAA.tv.

Bands, cheerleaders and gatherings in parking lots or elsewhere on-site will not be allowed. Restrictions on noisemakers, etc., will continue to be upheld for those fans who will attend. 

For those allowed to be present, there will be no attendance charged at any of these five events. Online ticket sales have been stopped, and all tickets that have been purchased are voided and will be fully refunded. 


Fans not allowed to attend will have the opportunity to watch coverage of all three of this weekend’s Finals live on MHSAA.tv (https://www.nfhsnetwork.com/associations/mhsaa-mi). Complete streaming of all 12 Hockey Semifinals and Finals is scheduled, as is streaming of both the Team and Individual Gymnastics Finals and both preliminaries and Finals for swimming & diving. MHSAA.tv also will carry a number of girls and boys basketball games this weekend as part of its usual subscription coverage by members of the School Broadcast Program. 


The streaming of all three divisions of the MHSAA Swimming & Diving Finals and both Team and Individual Gymnastics Finals will be provided FREE OF CHARGE. More details about access to these free feeds will be provided in the next update this afternoon. Also, free live audio of the Hockey Semifinals and Finals will be available on the MHSAA Network (https://www.meridix.com/channel/?liveid=mhsaanetwork#/).

This remains a fluid situation, and another update will be released today, March 12, at 2 p.m. Updates will be posted to the MHSAA Website at https://www.mhsaa.com/coronavirus.


The MHSAA is a private, not-for-profit corporation of voluntary membership by more than 1,500 public and private senior high schools and junior high/middle schools which exists to develop common rules for athletic eligibility and competition. No government funds or tax dollars support the MHSAA, which was the first such association nationally to not accept membership dues or tournament entry fees from schools. Member schools which enforce these rules are permitted to participate in MHSAA tournaments, which attract more than 1.4 million spectators each year. 

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Isiah Reed named first-team All-American, Ja'Quin Jones to third team

JOPLIN, Mo. - The NCCAA announced on Tuesday that two Great Lakes Christian College men's basketball players were named to the NCCAA II All-American team. Junior guard Isiah Reed was named to the first team and senior guard Ja'Quin Jones was named to the third team. Reed was given his second-straight first-team nod after leading Great Lakes in scoring with 14.8 points per game. A leader on the team and one of head coach Richard Westerlund's "road dawgs," Reed led the team in minutes, logging over 1,000 this season, and was also named first-team all-region.


Jones, a senior captain and the other of Westerlund's "road dawgs," was the team's most efficient shooter, making 52.7 percent of his field goal attempts. After dealing with an injury early in the season, Jones started 23 games for Great Lakes in 2019-20 and scored his 1,000th career point.


"I am obviously very proud of both of these guys," says Westerlund. "It's a big accomplishment to be named to one of these teams. The fact we have two guys named All-American is really special. Only one other team had two guys on an All-American team. Jay and Zay are elite players and even better people. I could not be more proud of these two guys. They're fundamental pieces to our program and I am really thankful to be their coach."


Three-seed Great Lakes will face six-seed Faith Baptist Bible College in the quarterfinals of the NCCAA II national championship tournament on Thursday at 3:00 EST in Joplin, Mo.


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