Two members of the Louisville men's basketball program have tested positive for the coronavirus and have been quarantined, while the team has suspended activities.
2020 ScheduleAll times ET
- 11/5W 87-74
- 11/10W 78-55
- 11/13W 91-62
- 11/17W 87-58
- 11/20W 76-50
- 11/24W 82-76
- 11/29W 71-54
- 12/34W 58-43
- 12/6W 64-46
- 12/10L 70-57
- 12/14W 99-67
- 12/18W 70-46
- 12/2819L 78-70
- 1/418L 78-65
- 1/7W 74-58
- 1/11W 67-64
- 1/14W 73-68
- 1/183W 79-73
- 1/22W 68-64
- 1/25W 80-62
- 1/29W 86-69
- 2/1W 77-57
- 2/5W 86-76
- 2/8W 80-73
- 2/12L 64-58
- 2/15L 77-62
- 2/19W 90-66
- 2/22W 72-55
- 2/246L 82-67
- 3/1W 68-52
- 3/722L 57-54
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Statement from school: The University of Louisville has temporarily suspended all men's basketball voluntary activities for two weeks after two members of the program tested positive for the COVID-19 virus. All proper procedures and protocols are being followed, including the quarantining of those impacted. We look forward to a resumption of men's basketball activities in the near future.
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