The expectations were high for sophomore guard Courtney Ramey coming into the 2019-20 season. Coming in as a fringe Top 50 recruit, Ramey showed promise as a freshman, playing in all 37 games of the season and starting 20 of them on a guard-heavy team. He was an intriguing prospect.
Neither slim odds nor uncertainty surrounding the new coronavirus have stopped some current seniors on the Texas women’s basketball team from holding on to the possibility of playing professionally. But members of the team won’t be shooting baskets forever.
Throughout the rest of the school year, I’m going to spend each weekend recapping the seasons of individual players, including an overview of their play, strengths and areas of improvement. First up is junior point guard Matt Coleman.
One day after the Big 12 announced its annual men’s and women’s basketball conference tournaments would be closed off to fans due to concerns about COVID-19, the conference announced the tournaments would be cancelled entirely.
On the same day that the World Health Organization declared the novel coronavirus COVID-19 a global pandemic, the NCAA made an announcement concerning championship events, including the 2020 college basketball postseason.