Vanderbilt basketball vs Stanford in Hawaii canceled due to COVID-19 protocols

Vanderbilt basketball’s recreation Saturday in opposition to Stanford within the championship of the Hawaiian Airways Diamond Head Traditional was canceled an hour earlier than tipoff due to COVID-19 well being and security protocols inside the Stanford program.

The sport in Honolulu was declared a no contest.

Stanford introduced that “team-related actions have been paused, and the standing of future video games is to be decided.”

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Vanderbilt (8-4) was 2-0 within the event with a 68-54 win over Hawaii within the opener on Wednesday and a 69-67 victory in opposition to BYU on Thursday.

The Commodores begin SEC play on Jan. 4 (7:30 p.m. CT, SEC Community) at Arkansas.

Drew Weikert goes on scholarship

Through the group dinner on Friday night time, coach Jerry Stackhouse introduced walk-on senior guard Drew Weikert could be placed on scholarship.

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Weikert, a graduate of Montgomery Bell Academy, has performed in 4 video games this season. In 21 minutes he scored eight factors. He performed in two video games as junior and 4 as a freshman.

His father, Doug, performed basketball at Vanderbilt from 1979-83.

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