With no change in the policy regarding attendance at College and University sporting events in the District of Columbia on Monday, Catholic University Athletics will continue its no spectator policy until further notice.
On Monday, D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser did not provide an update on Higher education in the District as planned in the previous announcement on March 15.
As a result, only the Washington Nationals and D.C. United have been approved to have fans at upcoming games. Monumental Sports & Entertainment, which owns the Capitals, Wizards and Mystics, submitted a waiver for fans to attend games at 10 percent capacity, but the Mayor did announce on Monday that it is still pending with no definitive timeline for a decision to be made.
Currently, Catholic University, Gallaudet University, Georgetown University, George Washington University, American University, Howard University and Trinity Washington University are not allowed to submit a waiver to have fans at home games at this time. If the opportunity to file a waiver to host fans presents itself, Catholic University will consider doing so following consultation with a number of campus offices.
Catholic University home games will continue to be streamed on the Landmark Digital Network.