COVID-19 forced to postpone BYU women’s basketball game


The Cougars will not be playing on Thursday due to circumstances in the San Diego program.

(Michael Thomas | AP) BYU forward Lauren Gustin (12 years old) shoots past Arizona forward Sam Thomas, left, during the first half of a college basketball game in the second round of the NCAA women’s tournament at the UTSA Convocation Center in San Antonio, Wednesday, March 24, 2021.

The Omicron variant of the coronavirus has affected sports over the past few weeks, leading to several matches being postponed recently. On Wednesday, it reached the schedule of a BYU show.

The women’s basketball game scheduled for Thursday was postponed due to COVID-19 cases on San Diego’s show. The two teams and the West Coast Conference will attempt to reschedule games later this season.

The game against San Diego will mark the start of the league game for the 18 Cougars, who currently have a 10-1 record.

BYU’s women’s team had some trouble with the coronavirus earlier this season. Coach Jeff Judkins has tested positive last month and missed a trip to Florida as a result.

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Beth Allcock

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