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Men's & Women's basketball schedules announced; no spectators allowed

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PAC announces men’s and women’s basketball schedules

GREENVILLE, Pa. ( Presidents’ Athletic Conference (PAC) announced its men’s and women’s basketball schedules for the 2021 regular season Thursday afternoon.

The Titan men's team kicks off the season at Geneva College on Jan. 23.  Click here for the men's schedule.

The Titan women start the season by hosting Geneva at Memorial Field House on Jan. 23.  Click here for the women's schedule.

The modified scheduling format consists of a nine-game, single round robin conference-only slate for each of the PAC’s 10 member schools. Both the men's and women's schedules will feature staggered starts, with games tipping off on Saturday, January 23 and running through Saturday, February 27.

The PAC Championship Tournaments are scheduled for Monday-Saturday, March 1-6. In an adjustment to previous championship tournament formatting, all 10 men’s and women’s programs will secure spots in this year’s tournaments. 

Along with the leadership of its member institutions, the PAC continues to monitor the Coronavirus (COVID-19) landscape. Due to the extraordinary disruptions related to COVID-19, the PAC and the PAC Presidents’ Council understand that plans for returning to competition and current schedules are subject to change at any time based on available public health best practices and approaches or local, state and federal guidelines, recommendations or mandates.

PAC institutions will have adjusted attendance policies in place for home games during the 2021 season in an effort of promoting and prioritizing the health and safety of student-athletes, game day staff and designated personnel in light of COVID-19. Schools will determine if on-campus student attendance is permissible at their own facilities. There will be no outside fans or visiting team's fans permitted. Institutional attendance policies will continue to be reviewed throughout the season.

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