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Indiana women’s basketball’s Wednesday game against Michigan State postponed due to COVID-19

<p>IU graduate student Ali Patberg dribbles through the Butler defense during the game against Butler University on Nov. 10, 2021, at Hinkle Fieldhouse. Wednesday&#x27;s game against Michigan State has been postponed until further notice. </p>

IU graduate student Ali Patberg dribbles through the Butler defense during the game against Butler University on Nov. 10, 2021, at Hinkle Fieldhouse. Wednesday's game against Michigan State has been postponed until further notice.

Indiana women’s basketball will not face Michigan State on Wednesday due to COVID-19 protocols within Indiana’s program, according to an IU Athletics press release. 

This is the second game of the 2021-22 season Indiana will not play due to COVID-19. It is the first postponement due to cases in Indiana’s own program. Graduate student guard Nicole Cardaño-Hillary entered health and safety protocols before Indiana’s game Friday against Purdue.

Per Big Ten Conference guidelines, the game has been postponed and the conference office will coordinate rescheduling with both schools. If the game is unable to be rescheduled, it will be declared a no contest.

Indiana’s next matchup is scheduled for 6 p.m. Sunday in Iowa City, Iowa against No. 25 Iowa.

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