WINONA LAKE – Grace College has released its spectator policy for baseball and softball games this spring.
Fans from visiting schools will not be allowed to attend athletic events this spring.
Games will have limited spectators allowed in order to allow for social distancing and health and safety protocols for all in attendance.
Attendees will be limited to essential game personnel along with Grace College students and Grace employees.
Grace College student-athletes will also be given a small allotment of tickets to share at their discretion for each game.
The first 55 Grace College students/employees to reserve a ticket online (www.gclancers.com/tickets) will be able to attend that event.
Attendees will not be permitted into the facility without either a pre-reserved ticket or appearing on the family pass list.
Masks must be worn by spectators at all times while at the facility.
Lancer fans wanting to attend an away game should verify the fan attendance policy on the Crossroads League’s website (www.crossroadsleague.com/cl-covid19-information) prior to traveling.
“We appreciate the Grace senior cabinet for allowing us to have a limited number of fans and employees to attend games,” said Grace Director of Athletic Chad Briscoe. “We must remain vigilant to maintain a safe environment for all fans, and tightening our protocols provides that for all in attendance.”
Grace’s games at home will be streamed online (HD) free of charge at www.gclancers.com.