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Delay of Game: William & Mary Basketball Programs During COVID Project

Identifier: UA 404

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Scope and Contents

During their 2020-2021 season, the William & Mary men’s and women’s basketball teams played amidst the COVID-19 pandemic. These oral history interviews with players and coaches document their experience with audience restrictions, quarantines, and cancellations, with constant unknowns requiring them to adapt at all times. The men’s team also discusses their racial justice initiative, “This Game is No Secret,” and the intersection of sports and social issues.


  • Creation: 2021

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Guide to the Delay of the Game: William & Mary Basketball Programs During COVID Project
William & Mary Special Collections Staff
February 2024
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