Vanderbilt women's 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 men's basketball team withdrew from a pair of games in Connecticut and paused its activities due to a positive test within its program. The women's basketball team now has had its first three games of the season canceled.
Time was not on Southern California's side last week as positive tests for COVID-19 and contact tracing led to the cancellation of its game against Colorado. No. 17 USC (3-0) resumed conditioning workouts Tuesday as coach Clay Helton expressed cautious optimism they will be able to play Washington State (1-1) on Sunday. Four players tested positive last week and another seven are in quarantine because of contact tracing.
The end of an abbreviated and tumultuous University of Michigan season is near. Coach Jim Harbaugh revealed on Monday that team activities had been paused due to presumptive COVID-19 positives within the program. The Wolverines are scheduled to complete their home schedule against Maryland on Saturday before facing arch-rival Ohio State on the road Dec. 12.