USI Athletics Updates Outdoor Spectator Policies for Sports

This includes baseball, men's and women's soccer, softball, and tennis.

Posted: Apr 6, 2021 11:50 AM
Updated: Apr 6, 2021 2:01 PM

The University of Southern Indiana has updated its attendance policies for several outdoor sports including baseball, men's and women's soccer, softball, and tennis.

Some of the new policies include USI students becoming eligible to attend these games.

All sporting activities still require guests to wear masks during the games at all times, plus observe social distancing.

No visiting team fans allowed for the sporting events.

USI worked with University's COVID-19 Task Force on updating these policies, which include:

USI Men's and Women's Soccer:

  • Attendance increased to four pre-approved guests per USI student-athlete.
  • USI student attendance will be allowed and limited to the first 60.

USI Baseball:

  • Four pre-approved guests per USI student-athlete
  • USI student attendance will be allowed and limited to 70.
  • Dugout Club and baseball sponsor attendance will be allowed and limited to 70

USI Softball:

  • Four pre-approved guests per USI student-athlete
  • USI student attendance will be allowed and limited to the first 40.

USI Tennis:

  • Four pre-approved guests per USI student-athlete
  • USI student attendance will be allowed and limited to the first 20.

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