NE 10 Suspends Conference-Sponsored Competition fo All Fall Sports

NE 10 Suspends Conference-Sponsored Competition fo All Fall Sports





Decision Impacts Fall and Winter Sports Competition


The Council of Presidents of the Northeast-10 Conference voted unanimously on Thursday, July 16, to suspend all NE10-sponsored competition and championships through December 31 in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.


The NE10 considers the health and safety of its student-athletes, coaches, administrators, staff and wider campus communities to be of paramount importance. Despite each institutions’ planning over the past few months and the Conference’s collective efforts to forge a path forward, it has become clear that we are not able to conduct outside competition at this time in a manner that is consistent with the prioritization of our campus’ collective well-being.


The NE10 and its member institutions are striving to ensure a meaningful regular season and conference championship experience for its fall sport student-athletes during the Spring 2021 semester,  as long as a return to competition can be safely executed. Initial plans for spring competition fall sports will be provided at a later date.


The NE10 will also endeavor to provide a regular season schedule and/or conference championship experience for its winter sport student-athletes during the spring 2021 semester, with the intention of aligning with appropriate NCAA selection criteria and dates, as long as a return to competition can be safely executed.


To best support a meaningful but safe student-athlete experience during the fall semester, team activities, practice and training opportunities will be determined and defined by each member institution and shall adhere to NCAA policies and state public health regulations.


NE10 institutions are unanimously committed to honoring athletics aid agreements that have been issued to student-athletes for 2020-21 in accordance to the terms and conditions laid out in those agreements.


Council of Presidents Statement

“The Northeast-10 Conference Council of Presidents is united in its commitment to supporting local and state efforts to curb the spread of COVID-19. Campus resocialization guidelines – including restrictions on student and staff travel, social distancing requirements and limits on group gatherings, are being undertaken so that campuses can support in-person engagement and education. Aiding our member campuses in their reopening efforts is critical and while athletics is an integral part of campus life, nothing is more important than the health and well-being of our NE10 community, including our student-athletes, staff and our towns and cities. As such, we have made the difficult decision that intercollegiate athletics competition has been suspended through December 31. We will strive to create meaningful competitive opportunities for our fall sports during the 2020-21 academic year, if it is deemed safe. We do not take this decision lightly and understand its impact. Our campus communities will do everything we can to support the well-being of our student-athletes this fall as we navigate these uncertain times together.”


NE10 Council of Presidents

Christine Riordan, Adelphi University

Vince Maniaci, American International College

Francesco Cesareo, Assumption University

Paul Condrin, Bentley University

Kim Mooney, Franklin Pierce University

Linda LeMura, Le Moyne College

Steve Kaplan, University of New Haven

Marvin Krislov, Pace University

Joe Favazza, Saint Anselm College

Lorraine Sterritt, Saint Michael’s College

Marcia White, The College of Saint Rose

Joe Bertolino, Southern Connecticut State University

Wil Zemp, Southern New Hampshire University

John Denning, Stonehill College


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CCBL Update



For Immediate Release


Cape Cod, MA – April 24, 2020:

The Cape Cod Baseball League Executive Committee has voted unanimously to cancel the 2020 Cape Cod Baseball League season. The decision was based on the health concerns and safety needs of all involved. Following CDC guidelines and medical recommendations, the league determined it would be impossible to guarantee the safety of players, coaches, umpires, host families, volunteers and fans during this unprecedented health crisis.


We would like to thank all our dedicated volunteers and sponsors for their support and look forward to playing again in 2021.  Thank you for your continued support and stay safe and healthy.


About Cape Cod Baseball League

The Cape Cod Baseball League is the premier collegiate summer baseball league in the nation founded in 1885. The Cape Cod Baseball League is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization. Players from across the United States representing all NCAA college divisions are recruited to play in the 10-team league. Teams are located in Bourne, Brewster, Chatham, Cotuit, Falmouth, Harwich, Hyannis, Orleans, Wareham and Yarmouth-Dennis. One in every six Major League Baseball players has played in the Cape Cod Baseball League. There are annually 300 Cape Cod Baseball League Alumni playing in the major leagues and more than 1,250 all-time. The league operates primarily with volunteers and has since its’ inception which is another unique and appealing quality that is the Cape Cod Baseball League. For more information, follow