<div class="RichTextArticleBody-body"><p>The Big Ten Conference announced Monday it has extended the suspension of all organized team activities through at least June 1.</p><p>According to the conference, they will re-evaluate the suspension at that time.</p><p>This is the latest measure adding to the cancellation of all conference and non-conference competitions through the end of the academic year. That includes spring sports that compete beyond the academic year.</p><p>Also, all on- and off-campus recruiting activites have been suspended "for the foreseeable future."</p><p>"The main priority of the Big Ten Conference is to ensure the health, safety and wellness of our student-athletes, coaches, administrators, faculty, fans and media as we continue to monitor all developing and relevant information on the COVID-19 virus," a statement reads.
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