Boston University implemented a new rule amid the coronavirus pandemic that requires student-athletes to mask up even when they are on the court. This week, we got a look at that when the Terriers men’s basketball team took the court against Holy Cross.
All of the players were wearing their masks on the court for the duration of the game.
Because of the coronavirus pandemic, masks will be worn at all home AND away games this season.
And if you thought it could impact their performance, they were able to power through and come away with a win.
Morales finds Tate in the corner for his second 3-pointer! Tate becomes the first Terrier to reach double figures (12 pts.). #GoBU
— BU Men's Basketball (@TerrierMBB) January 4, 2021
When the two teams run it back on Tuesday night, Holy Cross players will also be wearing masks in what is believed to be the first college basketball team where all players are masked up.
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