DePaul cancels game vs. Northwestern after positive COVID-19 tests

The Blue Demons became the latest team hit by the coronavirus.

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DePaul coach Tony Stubbefield won’t face Northwestern on Saturday after several positive COVID-19 tests in his program.

DePaul coach Tony Stubbefield won’t face Northwestern on Saturday after several positive COVID-19 tests in his program.

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Saturday’s Northwestern-DePaul men’s basketball game has been canceled due to positive COVID-19 results within the Blue Demons program. The game was to be played at Welsh-Ryan Arena in Evanston.

DePaul’s Monday game against Creighton is still scheduled to be played at Wintrust Arena.

“We will evaluate all potential options for a replacement opponent.” according to a statement Northwestern tweeted Thursday afternoon.

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