A summer of uncertainty? You bet.
With just about everything concerning the 2020-21 season still up in the air, the University of New Mexico women’s basketball team is gradually starting to come together – meaning most of the Lobos are now in the same state.
“I haven’t actually seen them all,” UNM coach Mike Bradbury said of his players. “As soon as they get here, they go into 14-day quarantine. But they are getting here. I guess that’s a good first step.”
Such are the days of COVID-19 restrictions. Anyone coming into New Mexico from outside its borders must quarantine for two weeks, and that includes all but one of the Lobos. Rising senior Jaedyn De La Cerda has rotated between hometown Roswell and Albuquerque this summer and won’t have to face isolation protocols.