The Latest on the effects of the coronavirus outbreak on sports around the world:
Vanderbilt womens basketball has canceled its home game Wednesday night against Texas Tech because of COVID-19 issues within the Commodores program.
The Commodores announced the cancellation Tuesday, a day after the mens basketball team withdrew from a pair of games in Connecticut and paused its activities due to a positive test within its program.
The womens basketball team now has had its first three games of the season canceled. Vanderbilts next game is Saturday at Little Rock and remains on the schedule.
The University of Colorado has ordered its mens basketball program to pause activities for COVID-19 reasons and the Pac-12 has postponed the Buffaloes conference opener at Arizona that was set for Wednesday.
The Pac-12 said it would work with both schools to find a mutually agreeable makeup date.
Athletic director Rick George said the status of other upcoming games is dependent on contact tracing and subsequent testing of players and basketball staff this week.
The last time the Buffaloes regular season was interrupted was in December 2006 when back-to-back home games were canceled because of a snowstorm.
Oklahoma plans to open its mens basketball season on Thursday against Texas-San Antonio after a week-long delay.
Oklahoma was scheduled to play the Roadrunners last Wednesday, but the Sooners paused team activities after a spike in COVID-19 cases.
Oklahomas game against Central Florida scheduled for last Saturday was postponed, and Oklahoma and Florida mutually agreed to cancel their game scheduled for this Wednesday.
Iowa State will allow about 15,000 fans at Jack Trice Stadium for the Cyclones football game against West Virginia on Saturday.
Athletic director Jamie Pollard also announced about 1,400 fans will be allowed at Hilton Coliseum on Sunday for a womens basketball game against No. 1 South Carolina and a mens game against DePaul.
Pollard said the decision was made after a discussion with university leaders following reviews of state and local COVID-19 positivity trends and hospitalization rates.
Only families and guests of athletes and staff could attend the Nov. 21 football game against Kansas State and the first three basketball games at Hilton.
Prairie View A&M has canceled men’s basketball games against UNC Greensboro and Western Kentucky at the Wade Houston Tipoff Classic in Louisville because of COVID-19-related issues.
The Panthers were scheduled to play UNCG Tuesday night and WKU on Thursday in the multi-team event. UNCG will instead play Winthrop on Tuesday. WKU stated in a release that it is working to arrange a replacement game.
The cancellations reduce the Tipoff Classic schedule from 16 to 14 games. Duquesne and Little Rock are also participating with host Louisville in the event that ends Friday.
A college basketball game between Colorado and Arizona scheduled for Wednesday has been postponed due to COVID-19 issues within the Buffaloes program.
The Pac-12 said Colorado does not have the minimum number of scholarship players available due to positive coronavirus tests and contact tracing protocols.
The conference will work with both programs to reschedule the game.
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