WACO, Texas — Baylor's women's basketball game Wednesday against TCU has been postponed, according to a Tuesday announcement from the Big 12 Conference, citing the league's COVID-19 game thresholds.
A Baylor spokesperson confirmed to 6 Sports the issues are within the BU program. The Bears only have 10 players on the roster, 7 of whom played Sunday in their lost to Kansas State. The Big 12 Conference changed its game thresholds to six players and one countable coach.
This is the fourth in a five-game stretch to be postponed or canceled for the Horned Frogs.
TCU's games against Incarnate Word on Dec. 19th, UC-Riverside on Dec. 21st and Davidson on Dec. 29th were all canceled. The Horned Frogs played Sunday against SMU, a 79-53 loss.
Baylor is coming off a 68-59 loss at Kansas State to open Big 12 Conference play and drop the Bears to 10-3 this season. This is just the second COVID-affected game for Baylor this season, after the Dec. 29th game against Houston Baptist was canceled and replaced with North Texas.