Maryland-Navy Men's Lacrosse Game Postponed


COLLEGE PARK, Md. – Saturday's Navy-Maryland men's lacrosse game scheduled to be played at Capital One Field at Maryland Stadium has been postponed due to an outbreak of the Norovirus among the Navy men's lacrosse team. At this time a date has not been established for the game to be rescheduled.

In upwards of 30 men's lacrosse players and staff members have contracted the symptoms consistent with Norovirus since arriving back in Annapolis following their game at Richmond on Tuesday evening, an official release from Navy said.

Out of an abundance of caution and for the sake of public health, the medical personnel at the University of Maryland and the Naval Academy determined that Saturday's men's lacrosse game be postponed.

Single-game ticket purchases will be refunded to the credit card of the original purchase.

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