Frontier Conference Releases Their Return To Play 2021-2022 Policy
Frontier Conference Commissioner Kent Paulson announced that the league is committed to return to action in all conference fall sports.
“In what we call our New Normal,” Paulson said. “Our league’s health
professionals, athletic trainers, athletic directors, with the support of our
institution's chancellors and presidents, have drafted guidelines outlining the
lingering issues of Covid-19 and the Delta Variant. These guidelines were
established to keep our coaches, student-athletes, staff and spectators safe as the
Frontier returns to the field and floor of play in 2021-2022.”
The guidelines attempt to individualize rather than standardize as Frontier
Conference members concentrate on identifying and treating the symptomatic
student-athlete ensuring the safety of those affected as well as their teammates.
“We ask all fans to take every precaution in helping to make the competitive
environment as safe as it can be so as to not put neither the home team or visitors
in health danger,” Paulson said. “We look forward to seeing all of our students
and fans back in the stands as we return to athletic competitions in a healthy and
Frontier Conference officials strongly encourage the league’s student-athletes,
staff and fans to become fully vaccinated to help slow these viruses.