The Coronavirus pandemic has vastly shifted the college soccer landscape for the 2020 season. The various levels of college soccer announced over summer plans to postpone the season and hope to accomplish a normal season in the spring. While the majority are gearing up for meaningful games in the spring, there are some Division I conferences that are pushing forward with plans for limited schedules for the fall. There is obviously no NCAA championships this fall.
As of publication, only four conferences are set to have competitive games: the ACC, Sun Belt (men’s and women’s), Big 12 and SEC (women’s only). A smattering of teams are scheduled to play non-conference games against programs that are looking to compete in the upcoming season. The ACC and Big 12 begins play this coming weekend; the SEC the following weekend.