MANCHESTER, Ind. (WPTA21) -- The Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference announced on Monday its decision to move high-risk fall sports to the spring.
That 'high-risk' category includes football, men's and women's soccer, and women's volleyball.
Manchester football head coach Nate Jensen agreed with the decision.
"This is the right move for us," Jensen said. "This is the right move for our student-athletes. This is the right move for our university, so that we can make sure that our student-athletes still have a great experience."