November 17, 2020
Mayville State University will host Dakota State in the Comets’ last football game of the fall Thursday, Nov. 19. Kickoff is 5 p.m. at Jerome Berg Field. Due to restrictions related to the coronavirus pandemic a number of protocols have been put into place.
Head Coach Rocky Larson will have a pass list of 100 spots (to exclude participants and game day personnel/administration) to fill up for game day. Outside of this, an additional 400 fans will be allowed into the game, for a total of 500 fans. The 400 fans will enter on a first-come, first-served basis. Masks are mandatory for everyone who enters Jerome Berg Field.
Mayville State’s home basketball games for 2020-21 will begin Friday, Nov. 20 when Men’s Basketball will host Oak Hills Christian College. Game time is 7 p.m.
For home basketball games, head coaches will have a pass list of 50 spots (to exclude participants and game day personnel/administration) to fill. Outside of this, there will be no fans allowed at games. Fans will have to pay the admission charge unless they have a pass of some sort. All fans who enter MUST be on a coach’s pass list. No fans for opposing teams will be admitted.
When there are basketball doubleheaders, the gym will be cleared at the conclusion of the first game. Those on the pass list for the second game will then be allowed to enter. It is possible for a fan to be on the pass list for both the men’s and women’s games.
Spectators at the first game are asked to leave immediately at the conclusion of the game. Spectators for the second game should not enter the facility until a few minutes before the scheduled game start time. Should the first game go into overtime, fans are asked to exercise patience.
On nights of double headers, players from each team will be allowed to be in the fieldhouse to support one another. They must sit together as a pod when doing so. There will be designated areas for these groups behind the home team benches and toward the top of the bleachers.
Masks are mandatory for everyone who enters the Lewy Lee Fieldhouse, other than players and coaches when they are in the gym. Light concessions, drinks, candy, and/or popcorn will be provided.
This plan is subject to change as the situation with COVID-19 cases in the county and state change.
With limited in-person space available for those who wish to watch games, fans are encouraged to watch the live stream of athletic events at www.msucomets.com.