DAYTON –The Wright State Athletics Department has made the difficult decision to play men’s and women’s basketball non-conference home contests without spectators, due to the ongoing impact of the COVID-19 pandemic.
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.
Earlier this month, the Horizon League Board of Directors announced League-wide safety protocols, which included that all Horizon League conference games in the month of December will be played without fans. Team pass lists and complimentary tickets will also be prohibited in December. The Horizon League Board of Directors will reevaluate these changes at a later date.
COURTESY WRIGHT STATE ATHLETIC COMMUNICATIONS