Hawkeyes pause baseball program due to COVID-19

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The Iowa Hawkeyes are pausing their baseball team activities after multiple positive COVID-19 test results. The team is scheduled to begin their 2021 season in a little more than two weeks.

Here is the complete release from the University of Iowa:

“At the direction of the University of Iowa medical team, the Iowa Athletics Department announced Wednesday that the Iowa baseball program is pausing all team related in-person activities in response to positive COVID-19 test results within the program. Iowa will continue to follow Big Ten Conference medical protocols and the medical team will make a determination on return to activity.  

The Hawkeyes will open the 2021 season March 6, facing Michigan in Round Rock, Texas.

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