Navy men’s hoops cancels 2 games, pauses basketball activities over ‘COVID-19 concerns’
ANNAPOLIS, Md. - The Navy men’s basketball team is pausing all basketball activities and is canceling its next two games amid what it describes as “COVID-19 related concerns.”
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The program did not elaborate on what constitutes concerns – whether they’re worried about positive test results, or exposures.
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The Midshipmen were slated to play Morgan State on Dec. 16 and Delaware on Dec. 21.
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Activities will be paused for 10 days.
Unless additional issues pop up, the team will return to the court on Saturday, Jan. 2 for its Patriot League opener against Bucknell.
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