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Sunday's Game Against UCLA Postponed

Feb 13, 2021

BOULDER – The University of Colorado women's basketball game against UCLA originally scheduled for Sunday, Feb. 14, has been postponed due to injury concerns within the Bruins' women's basketball program.

UCLA informed Colorado that it would not be able to meet the Pac-12's minimum requirement of healthy scholarship players (7).

An update on the direction of rescheduling the contest will be made available when details are known.

This is CU's second postponement this with the Bruins this season. Colorado was first scheduled to take on UCLA in Los Angeles on Jan. 8. UCLA had to postpone that game due to injury concerns as well.

Colorado has now had five postponements this season. 

The Buffaloes have three games left in the regular season, all on the road. CU starts the final stretch next Friday at Washington State. 

UCLA Release
LOS ANGELES – The UCLA Women's Basketball program has made the decision to not play its scheduled game against Colorado on Sunday, Feb. 14 due to injury concerns within the program. The decision was made in consultation with the team physician and team medical staff.
The Bruins will not meet the Pac-12's minimum requirement of healthy scholarship players (7) ahead of Sunday's game. As outlined by the Conference in the current 2020-21 Pac-12 COVID-19 Addendum, teams without enough healthy players may elect to play the game with fewer than the minimum roster scholarship players. Otherwise, upon review and approval by the Commissioner, the game may be rescheduled or declared a no contest. UCLA has opted to protect the health and safety of its student-athletes and not play Sunday's game.