UW women’s basketball season opener postponed due to COVID-19 protocols

On this day: March 26
1979: In what was, at the time, the most-watched college basketball game ever, Earvin "Magic" Johnson leads Michigan State to a 75-64 victory over Indiana State and Larry Bird for the NCAA men's basketball championship. Johnson was voted Most Outstanding Player of the Final Four.

MADISON, Wis. — The season opener for the University of Wisconsin-Madison’s women’s basketball team has been postponed.

The game against the Miami Redhawks was initially scheduled for Wednesday. According to a news release from UW Athletics, the game was postponed due to “protocols related to COVID-19 for the Redhawks.”

The game will be rescheduled for later in the season.

The Badgers will now kick off their season against Western Illinois on Sunday.