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Video: COVID-19 has thrown a young women's basketball team into a trial by fire

Postponing four games has left the team trying to find consistency with a non-consistent lineup

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ASU now-junior guard Taya Hanson (0) looks to pass the ball during the PAC-12 Conference Women’s Basketball Tournament on Thursday, March 5, 2020, at the Mandalay Bay Events Center in Las Vegas.


Postponing four consecutive games, from Jan. 3 to Jan. 22, has left the ASU women's basketball team with less practice time to figure out a solid lineup. The young team is lead by junior Taya Hanson and freshman Jaddan Simmons, who combined for 29 points in the win against Colorado. 

After a win against a hot Colorado team, Utah posed different struggles resulting in a loss, showing the toll the quarantine has placed on the team. The team hopes to continue the season by finding a consistent line up for the conference of champions.


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