Cal State Fullerton’s coronavirus-delayed men’s basketball season opener planned for Wednesday at Titan Gym was postponed due to a positive COVID-19 test in the Bethesda program.
A decision on rescheduling the game will be made no later than Friday afternoon, according to Cal State Fullerton’s athletic department.
The Titans had been scheduled to open the season Nov. 25 against the University of San Diego in the Husky Classic in Seattle. However, Cal State Fullerton announced Nov. 20 that a player had tested positive for COVID-19, leading to its withdrawal from the Husky Classic because the Titans had to quarantine for 14 days and the player to self-isolate for 10 days, per the NCAA protocol.
Cal State Fullerton is scheduled to play at San Diego on Friday.
Anaheim-based Bethesda is a member of the National Christian College Athletic Association. The Flames are 0-5, losing to four of Cal State Fullerton’s fellow Big West Conference members and Sacramento State of the Big Sky Conference. All the losses have been by at least 44 points, including four by 51 or more.
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