Weber State-Dixie State Basketball Game Canceled Due To Coronavirus Concerns
Nov 27, 2020, 12:23 PM | Updated: 12:38 pm
OGDEN, Utah – Weber State announced that the school’s upcoming basketball game against the Dixie State Trailblazers has been canceled due to coronavirus concerns.
The Trailblazers were scheduled to host the Wildcats on Saturday, November 28.
“Weber State’s men’s basketball game at Dixie State on Saturday has been canceled due to a possible COVID-19 case within the Wildcat program,” Weber State Athletics said in a statement. “The game was canceled by both schools before the Wildcats left for St. George.”
The Wildcats opened their season with an 88-60 victory over the Adams State Grizzlies on November 25.
— Weber State MBB 🏀 (@WeberStateMBB) November 27, 2020
Prior to the cancellation, the contest would have been Dixie State’s season-opener.
Dixie State’s next slated game is against North Dakota on December 2.
— Dixie State Athletics (@DixieAthletics) November 27, 2020
Weber State’s next opponent is the Portland State Vikings. The Wildcats are scheduled to play at the Vikings on December 18.
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