On Thursday, the Baylor Bears soccer program announced that it’s quickly suspending actions due to current optimistic COVID-19 check outcomes “and the completion of shut contact tracing.” Baylor athletic director Mack B. Rhoades defined:
“Presently and within the curiosity of our student-athletes, coaches, and workers, we have now quickly suspended all football-related actions. Their well being and wellness will at all times be our high precedence.
“We’re taking all doable precautions and our focus stays taking part in the scheduled recreation with Oklahoma State at McLane Stadium on October 17.”
Baylor had a Sept. 12 recreation in opposition to Louisiana Tech faraway from the schedule after the Bulldogs reported a coronavirus outbreak inside their staff. A Sept. 19 contest between the Bears and Houston Cougars was postponed due to COVID-19 considerations impacting Baylor. An official Baylor assertion launched on Sept. 18 learn:
“This resolution comes because of Baylor not assembly the Large 12 Convention COVID-19 recreation cancellation thresholds. Each Baylor and Houston have agreed to honor the long run house and residential schedule, in addition to monitor dates for future scheduling alternatives.”
Baylor started its season with a 47-14 win over Kansas after which fell to West Virginia the next Saturday. The Bears are idle this weekend forward of the Oct. 17 showdown with Oklahoma State.
The standing of the OK State-Baylor recreation was unknown as of Thursday night.