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Athletes who play NCAA spring sports whose seasons were truncated by the coronavirus outbreak will be eligible for another season. This photo shows Purdue Fort Wayne's Rachel Everson playing softball in March. Wade Payne/AP hide caption

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Week In Sports: Leagues Toe The Line Between Health And Sports

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Tokyo Summer Olympics Postponed To 2021

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U.S. Olympic Officials Want The IOC To Delay Tokyo Games

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Olympics Officials Insist Tokyo Games Are Still On. Not All Are So Sure

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Attacker Katie Hoeg, center, is a senior on the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill women's lacrosse team. She is hoping to continue playing for the Tarheels after graduating this spring. Jeffrey Camarati/University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Athletics hide caption

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With College Sports Shut Down, NCAA Hopes To Give Senior Athletes A 2nd Chance

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Players Ratify New NFL Contract, Expanding Playoffs And Possibly Lengthening Season

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Coronavirus Outbreak Means An Idle March For American Sports

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How U.S. Sports Leagues Are Responding To The Coronavirus Outbreak

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NBA Calls Off Season After Player Tests Positive For Coronavirus

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Coronavirus Outbreak Leads To Empty Sports Stadiums

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Oregon guard Sabrina Ionescu, right, drives downcourt against Washington during an NCAA college basketball game in Eugene, Ore., on Sunday. Thomas Boyd/AP hide caption

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Sabrina Ionescu's Decision To Play Another Season For Oregon Could Net A Championship

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Sabrina Ionescu's Decision To Return To Oregon May Pay Off In March

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How Baseball's Code Of Silence Figured Into Astros' Sign-Stealing Case

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