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Centennial Conference Statement Regarding COVID-19

Centennial Conference Statement Regarding COVID-19

The Centennial Conference is closely monitoring the spread of COVID-19 and its impact on member institution campus operations. The health and safety of our student-athletes and campus communities is our highest priority. With the decision of many Centennial institutions to extend spring break periods, have students return to their homes, and/or shift to online learning environments, the Centennial Conference Presidents Council has unanimously decided to implement the following measures:

As of Monday, March 16, all spring athletics practices and competitions will be suspended until further notice, with the exception of teams competing during their spring break periods. Conference leadership and the Presidents Council will continue to monitor the rapidly evolving situation and regularly assess the status of future spring athletics events.

Centennial Conference Presidents Council
Kim Cassidy, Bryn Mawr College
Margee Ensign, Dickinson College
Barbara Altmann, Franklin & Marshall College
Robert Iuliano, Gettysburg College
Wendy Raymond, Haverford College
Alanna Shanahan, Johns Hopkins University
Roger Casey, McDaniel College
Kathleen Harring, Muhlenberg College
Valerie Smith, Swarthmore College
Brock Blomberg, Ursinus College
Kurt Landgraf, Washington College

Campus COVID-19 Updates

Click the links below for the most recent updates at each Centennial Conference member institution. 

Bryn Mawr 
Franklin & Marshall 
Johns Hopkins 
Washington College