Updated spectator policy for indoor CUI home games

The Concordia Courier

Empty volleyball courts as spectators are currently suspended from games.

By Ben Rosehart | 1/21/2022

In an effort to minimize the spread of COVID-19 as the spring semester gets underway, Concordia announced the school's updated spectator policy for all home games inside CU Arena.

There will be no general admission for Concordia home games through Jan. 28 inside CU Arena and tickets will not be sold for home games inside the gym at this time. This updated policy is effective immediately and includes volleyball, basketball and STUNT games hosted at Concordia.

Only pre-approved spectators will be allowed in the gym, and they must be on the pass list submitted by the visiting team or home team 48 hours prior to game time. Anyone not on the pre-approved pass list will not be allowed inside with no exceptions.

Masks are required for all guests inside all buildings on CUI's campus - including CU Arena for home basketball, volleyball and STUNT games. This rule will be enforced and any guest not wearing their mask in compliance with our California state guidelines will be asked to either put on a mask or to leave the building.

Games will be live streamed online for free and fans can also follow the action with live stats.

There are also a couple of  new schedule changes to announce for our men's volleyball team. Concordia has added a new contest on Saturday, Feb. 19 and will play at UC San Diego at 7 p.m. that evening. Concordia will not be participating in the UCSB Asics Invitational as originally planned. The home game against Central State on Monday, Feb. 21 has also been called off.

Go to cuieagles.com for updates on games and matches as the university continues to adhere to COVID-19 health and safety protocols.

Thank you for your support and as always, Go Eagles!

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