Base on the news I gathered today it was said that The NCAA Women’s Water Polo Committee lament that fans will not be able to attend the preliminary rounds of the 2021 National Collegiate Women’s Water Polo Championship May 12-16 at the Spieker Aquatics Center

The choice was made after meeting between the advisory group, NCAA staff and UCLA sports organization because of Coronavirus conventions set by the Los Angeles Area Branch of General Wellbeing. On the off chance that fans went to the primer adjusts, the scene would need to be cleaned to meet nearby wellbeing and security conventions, making a deferral of at any rate two hours between games. This might have caused the last quarterfinal game to be played after 10 p.m. Pacific time on Friday.

The council thinks having a game end that late makes a serious value issue for the propelling group since it would not have sufficient recuperation time prior to playing in the public elimination rounds of the competition the following day. The game occasions for the elimination rounds couldn't be moved because of the time required for Coronavirus testing conventions and practice times. Once more, there is worry about sufficient and fair recuperation time for the groups that arrive at the title game.

Both opening round games on Wednesday will be streamed live at The excess rounds of the title will be streamed live on Groups progressing to the title round of the competition on May 16 will be dispensed tickets so loved ones can join in.