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Arizona State women's basketball postpones road game at Oregon State due to COVID-19 protocols

Dec 21, 2021; Tempe, AZ, United States; ASU's Katelyn Levings (20) knocks away a rebound from UC Irvine during a game at the Weatherup Center.
Dec 21, 2021; Tempe, AZ, United States; ASU's Katelyn Levings (20) knocks away a rebound from UC Irvine during a game at the Weatherup Center.

Arizona State women's basketball will have to wait a little longer before heading into Pac-12 play.

ASU will not be heading to Oregon State on Saturday after its contest was postponed due to COVID-19 protocols within the Sun Devils' program.

ASU has not played since its nonconference game against Lipscomb on Dec. 30. The Sun Devils have now seen six Pac-12 games postponed due to COVID-19 protocols. Three of the postponements were due to issues within the opponent's program.

ASU will work with Oregon State and the Pac-12 to reschedule the game.

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This article originally appeared on Arizona Republic: Arizona State women's basketball postpones road game at Oregon State due to COVID-19 protocols