WSU basketball will play games through December without fans

WSU basketball will play games through December without fans
Wright State University guard Tanner Holden adds two against IUPUI forward Zo Tyson during their Horizon League game at the Nutter Center in Fairborn Sunday, Feb. 16, 2020. Wright State won 106-66. Contributed photo by E.L. Hubbard

FAIRBORN — Wright State has announced it will play all non-conference home games and conference games through December without fans, according to the university.

“This announcement, which takes into consideration the rising case numbers in the area, aligns with Wright State’s commitment to the health, safety and wellness of its student-athletes, coaches and staff, along with the University community and Dayton region at large,” the university said in a statement.

Earlier this month, the Horizon League announced all conference games in December would be played without fans, however the league said it would reevaluate plans later.

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The announcement impacts both men’s and women’s games.