Solano Community College about to launch late spring sports

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When the Solano Community College baseball team throws its first pitch on Saturday, it will officially be the top of the first.

In more ways than one.

The Falcons will return to competition for the first time since last spring. The school “opted in” for late spring sports — baseball, softball, swimming and tennis — in February as athletes came back to campus the week of March 1.

Solano is testing athletes twice a week, even though California Community College Athletic Association has recommended testing once per week.

“The athletes and coaches were very happy to be back on campus,” said Solano Athletic Director Erik Visser. “I’m very pleased with the compliance on COVID protocols as far as social distancing and wearing masks. I’m very pleased with our progress in this phased-in approach.”

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