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ACC announces changes for 2 upcoming Louisville women's basketball games

COVID issues within other programs are the cause behind the postponements.

LOUISVILLE, Ky. — The University of Louisville women’s basketball team has announced some changes for upcoming games.

The Cards were supposed to take on North Carolina on Jan. 5 and Florida State on Jan. 10. ACC officials say both games have been postponed.

The news comes as someone has tested positive within the UNC women’s basketball program and Florida State remaining in COVID protocols following the announcement of positive tests.

This marks the third time UNC at Louisville has been postponed. It was originally set for Dec. 13 and then rescheduled for Jan. 1 and Jan. 5

So the Cards will host UT Martin on Jan. 5 at 2:30 p.m. ET. Broadcast will be announced when it becomes available.

“I’d like to thank Coach McMillan and Kurt McGuffin for scheduling this game with such short notice,” head coach Jeff Walz said in a statement. “In a season with constant changes, we are so appreciative of UT Martin’s willingness to play us at our place for a second time. It has been very challenging with so many cancellations to find teams willing to play and that have the dates available.”

The Cards will then host Clemson at the KFC Yum! Center on Jan. 10 but tip and broadcast times have not yet been determined.

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