BLOOMINGTON, Ind. — Indiana women's basketball released a statement Monday announcing the Indiana versus Michigan State game at Simon Skjodt Assembly Hall is postponed due to COVID-19 cases within the Indiana program.
Both programs will work with the Big Ten conference for a rescheduled date, but if it's not possible, the game will count as a "no contest" for both teams per Big Ten Conference 2021-22 Forfeiture Guidelines.
This is now the third Indiana game affected by COVID-19. First, the Wright State game was canceled in late December, and then the Rutgers game was postponed nine days later.
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