IHSAA and IGHSAU Spring Calendar updated
April 06, 2020 12:29pm
The Iowa High School Athletic Association, and the Iowa Girls High School Athletic Union have updated their spring sports calendars. If school resumes May 1, 2020 The first practices for Track and Field, Golf, Tennis, and Soccer will be on May 1st. The first competition for Track Field, Golf, and Tennis would be may 4th, and the first Competition for Soccer would be on May 8th. The State qualifying Track Field meets would be on May 28th, with the State meet on June 4-6.
The Golf sectionals would by on May 29th, with the District meets on June 5th, and the State meet on June 11th, and 12th.
The Soccer post season games would be on June 8, 10, and 12, with the State tournament on June 15, 17, and 19.
State competition in Tennis would be June 5, 6, and 9th.
All dates are subject to change
Postseason host sites and state championship event venues are currently set as previously
announced. Any changes or updates will be announced as they become available.
The IGHSAU and IHSAA have not set a maximum or minimum number for competition dates within this
adjusted schedule. Previously stated competition limits apply for each sport. Member schools may
determine their own regular seasons which are best suited to their school schedules and activities.
Golf postseason dates may vary due to course availability.
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