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Utah athletics to allow limited spectators at outdoor events

Utah was already allowing limited friends and family of student-athletes and coaches at home events

Courtesy | University of Utah Athletics Utah Athletics announced Thursday that some fans will be allowed at Ute outdoor events this spring, including softball, baseball and soccer games. A decision is still pending on attendance for the Utes' spring football game at Rice-Eccles Stadium.

In staying consistent with Pac-12, local, and university protocols, the University of Utah athletic department announced Thursday morning that it is now able to permit a limited number of spectators at home athletics events at outdoor venues.

That announcement follows a limited number of family and friends of student-athletes and coaches gaining the ability to attend home events less than two months ago.

Tickets are now on sale for Utah baseball, soccer and softball games, with lacrosse soon to be available. Utes baseball plays at Smith’s Ballpark, while the rest play on campus.

A decision about fan attendance for the Red-White game on April 17 at Rice-Eccles Stadium is still pending.

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