Incarnate Word, Colorado State game will go on with no fans
FORT COLLINS, Colo. (AP) - The women’s basketball game between Incarnate Word and Colorado State will tip as planned despite a snowstorm that hit the area. But there won’t be any fans in the seats.
The Rams announced they are closing Tuesday night’s game to fans out of safety concerns after about a foot of snow fell throughout the city. The school is offering fans a chance to redeem their game ticket for two additional complimentary tickets to any upcoming home game at Moby Arena.
It will still be open to the media. The contest will also be streamed on the school’s website and broadcast on a local radio station.
Incarnate Word is 2-2 this season and the Rams 3-3.
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