NCAA: San Sebastian games postponed due to health protocols
MANILA, Philippines—San Sebastian’s next two games in the NCAA Season 98 men’s basketball tournament have been postponed.
The Golden Stags currently have six players placed under health and safety protocols, forcing the league to postpone their matches on Saturday against Lyceum and Tuesday against Emilio Aguinaldo College.
Under league rules, if a team has two or more players under health protocols, they will have to refrain from playing for the next seven days.
New schedule for both games will be announced soon, as per the memorandum signed by NCAA Season 98 management committee chairman, Estefanio V. Boquiron Jr.
Currently, the Golden Stags are tied for the fifth seed with San Beda and Jose Rizal University, which all hold a 2-2 win-loss record.
San Sebastian succumbed to the Red Lions in its last game on Wednesday, 78-71.
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