SUNY Broome has cancelled all indoor winter sports for the 2020-2021 athletic season. The decision took into account the health and safety of student athletes This includes basketball, cheerleading, and volleyball. Determinations on winter practices and a spring sports season at SUNY Broome are currently under review with updates planned for January. 

A joint statement from NJCAA SUNY Community Colleges regarding the collective decisions on winter sports goes as follows:

"After careful thought, consideration, and dialogue, SUNY Community Colleges (27 of 30) that are members of the National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA), have collectively decided to cancel intercollegiate competition for the 2020-2021 indoor sports that are considered “high risk” for COVID-19 exposure and spread of infection.  These sports include: basketball, cheerleading, dance, volleyball and wrestling. Campuses will have the option to hold on-campus workouts and training with student-athletes, should the institution allow it in a structured and monitored environment. The low to moderate indoor sports including bowling and swimming & diving may compete in a virtual setting and must adhere to COVID-19 protocols."