Seton Hall women...no/no/no



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“As we all struggle through this unprecedented year, we are often reminded of what is most important,” said Head Coach Anthony Bozzella. “For us, without question, it’s the health of these remarkable young women, my staff and managers. Certainly, we’re disappointed to not start the season on time, but basketball is an afterthought when it comes to this virus. Through tribulation comes strength, and hopefully we can emerge stronger as a unit once we’re able to take the floor again.”
 

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It's going to be a challenge to make it to the 28th
In the back of my mind, I had a constant fear something like this would happen. It takes two to dance. Hopefully this game can be made up.

It was smart and forward thinking of the NCAA and the BE Conference to schedule conference games 1 month at a time. That allows for rescheduling games that were postponed like this one. I have a feeling it’s going to be touch and go the entire season.
 

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The canceled games include Seton Hall’s scheduled opener on Nov. 25 vs. Rider, its game with Saint Peter’s on Nov. 28 and a contest with Fairfield on Nov. 30

If they stop all basketball operations for 14 days., hard to see how they could play UConn's game on Dec 6.
 
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The canceled games include Seton Hall’s scheduled opener on Nov. 25 vs. Rider, its game with Saint Peter’s on Nov. 28 and a contest with Fairfield on Nov. 30

If they stop all basketball operations for 14 days., hard to see how they could play UConn's game on Dec 6.
Well, I don't have any information, but they could be a few days into the 14 days. They used both "postponed" and "canceled" in the same article. Rider and St. Peter's are local NJ team and Fairfield isn't that far away. They should be able to reschedule these games at some point in the future.
 
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In the words of the immortal Bette Davis:
One of the single greatest actress's of all time. She was born for that role. And George Sanders deserved an award for his portrayal of the critic. As for strapping down for a bumpy ride, better that than no ride at all.
 

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