Article Originally Published by Preston Rios on North Texas Daily
Article Originally Published by on North Texas Daily
Following the NCAA’s decision to take action by limiting attendance during March Madness concerning COVID-19 or coronavirus Wednesday afternoon, Conference-USA has now confirmed it will keep a restricted attendance throughout the conference basketball tournament, according to local law and health officials. The C-USA basketball tournament was held at The Star in Frisco, Texas.
Below is the official press release statement from Mean Green Athletics on the matter:
“Championships at The Star after consultation with the NCAA, local authorities and related health and safety officials. All remaining games will be played with the official team party, student-athletes’ family members, credentialed media, television and radio crews and essential personnel. The event will be closed to the general public.”
Four games were played Wednesday in the C-USA basketball tournament, where four additional games are scheduled Thursday.
Stay tuned for any further updates and announcements regarding the NCAA and C-USA’s decision making on other sporting events.
Featured Image: Junior forward Zachary Simmons dunks the ball against Western Kentucky on March 1, 2020. Image by Zachary Thomas
Source: North Texas Daily