INDIANAPOLIS, Ind--- NCAA President Mark Emmert said the NCAA will not conduct fall championships in a Twitter announcement on Thursday.
"We cannot, at this point, have NCAA fall championships," said Emmert. "Because there is not enough schools participating."
The move will not impact major college football. Instead, it will impact sports that do not have enough schools competing in the fall. For example, men's and women's soccer, along with women's volleyball will not have fall championships.
Emmert also mentioned that the NCAA will try to move fall sports championships to the winter and spring.
"That doesn't mean we can't and shouldn't turn toward winter and spring and say "OK, how can we create a legitimate championship for all of those students?" asked Emmert during the announcement.
However, the NCAA Board of Governors has mentioned that championship events will be canceled if fewer than 50 percent of teams do not compete in a regular season.