COVID issues have once against disrupted the Huskies season.
The Huskies can return earlier than expected from their pause after last week’s positive test proved to be a false positive.
After Providence paused all team activities due to a positive test, the Huskies’ game against Seton Hall has been postponed out of an abundance of caution.
The Huskies are forced to pause their season after a member of the program tested positive for the coronavirus.
The Huskies younger players have struggled in early going with the program’s irregular schedule.
The Huskies’ return to the Big East will once again have to wait a little longer after a recommendations from the CT Department of Public Health.
The Huskies were expected to be shut down for 14 days due to a positive COVID test within the program, but they were allowed to return after just 10.
The Huskies’ Big East opener is postponed as a result.
Geno Auriemma spoke with the media to lay out the next steps for the Huskies after a member of the program tested positive for COVID-19.
The Huskies paused team activities for two weeks after a positive COVID test within the program. How does that affect the team’s preparations for the season?
We give our live and immediate reactions to the news of UConn women’s basketball’s two-week shutdown due to a positive COVID test in the program.
The Huskies, first four games of the season are impacted after a member of the program tested positive for COVID-19.
The school has just six days to practice before their first scheduled non-conference game on Nov. 25.
The school announced that home games for the men’s and women’s basketball teams will be closed to the public.
An unidentified member of the men’s basketball team has tested positive for coronavirus.
Commissioner Val Ackerman says the conference has yet to set its COVID-19 testing and quarantine guidelines.
Head coach Mike Cavanaugh provided some updates on what the Huskies’ 2020-21 schedule will look like
The Huskies will potentially have a 2020 "regular season" game in the spring of 2021.
The NCAA will delay the start of the 2020-21 college basketball season by a little over two weeks.
The Huskies also named a new captain, the NCAA changed the overtime format, and a handful of former players signed pro contracts.
The first athletes on UConn’s campus have tested positive for the virus.
Though head coach Mike Cavanaugh expects the start of the season to be delayed, he doesn’t know when the first puck will finally drop.
The season is currently set up to start Nov. 10, but that might change, according to NCAA SVP Dan Gavitt.
The highly-rated Hab will attend college closer to home following the cancellation of UConn’s season.
The Huskies have returned to campus, but it’s far from business as usual due to social distancing.