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FRAMINGHAM – Framingham State University Athletic Director Tom Kelley announced today, June 24, “we are hoping to have athletics in the fall, and plan to have a final decision with additional specifics in early July.”

Kelley Tweeted “while it will certainly look different, we are confident that we will be able to provide a safe and competitive experience for our student-athletes,”

The University is “working directly with the Massachusetts State Collegiate Athletic Conference (MASCAC), following guidance from the Baker Administration and the NCAA to create policies and procedures to address the current pandemic,” Tweeted Kelley.

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“We share your frustration with the uncertainty of this situation and recognize that other deadlines, such as housing deposits, may be contingent on our decision regarding athletics. We pledge to provide more details as soon as we are able,’ Tweeted Kelley.

Framingham State University plans to allow students back on campus, in the doors, and have in-person classes in the fall.

The spring sports season started but was quickly cancelled, due to the coronavirus pandemic.

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