Duke, UCLA among full list of schools with canceled college basketball games due to COVID-19 cases

Positive COVID-19 cases are canceling sporting events in virtually every league, including college basketball.

Teams can decide to cancel their games as long as they have multiple positive cases to the point where they don’t feel safe traveling or hosting a team. This week has brought the most cancellations during the pandemic, with cancellations piling up day by day.

Most of the canceled games were scheduled for Saturday, December 18, along with the others mostly for Tuesday, December 21. As of Friday afternoon, there are no cancellations after that date.

Here’s a complete list of all the teams that canceled their games, including the games that were canceled. So far none of these games have been rescheduled and most, if not all, probably won’t be rescheduled.

College Basketball Cancellations

No. 4 UCLA

  • Game canceled Wednesday, December 15 against Alabama State.
  • Game canceled on Saturday, December 18 against UNC (CBS Sports Classic). UNC will now play in Kentucky.

No. 15 Ohio State

  • Game canceled Saturday, December 18 against Kentucky (CBS Sports Classic). Kentucky will now play UNC.

No. 16 Seton Hall

  • Game canceled on Saturday, December 18 against Iona.

Penn state

  • Game canceled on Saturday, December 18 against VCU.

Loyola Maryland

  • Game canceled Saturday, December 18 against Duke.

Syracuse

  • Game canceled Saturday, December 18 against Lehigh.
  • Game canceled Tuesday, December 21 against Cornell.

Cornell

  • Game canceled Tuesday, December 21 against Syracuse.

Cleveland State

  • Game canceled Saturday, December 18 against Duke.
  • Game canceled Tuesday, December 21 against Kent State.

DePaul

  • Game canceled Saturday, December 18 against Northwestern.

Tulane

  • Game canceled Tuesday, December 21 against New Orleans

Akron

  • Game canceled Monday, December 20 against Radford.