World news – UMass basketball returned to Amherst after the game was canceled in Washington


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The UMass men’s basketball game in George Washington, Washington, DC, on Wednesday evening was canceled, the team confirmed.

Mayor Muriel Bowser set up a 6:00 p.m. Curfew at 2:30 p.m. after supporters of Donald Trump occupied the steps of the U.S. Capitol and stormed the building. Some reached the Senate.

« Without a doubt, a disappointing time for our country. Of course, the safety of our team is paramount, ”tweeted UMass Athletic Director Ryan Bamford. « Appreciate the great leadership of @CoachMattMcCall (UMass trainer Matt McCall) and the operational genius of @ brian13grossman (UMass director of basketball operations Brian Grossman) in organizing our team and returning to the Commonwealth this afternoon. » UMass student Kolton Mitchell tweeted, “(You) really don’t need to have tear gas anymore. I think. (Shrug emoji). « 

Tear gas was used throughout the summer against Black Lives Matter protesters who were fighting for racial equality.

Mitchell released a video in early September entitled » I’ve Had Enough « about dealing with police violence against blacks and the murder of George Floyd of Minneapolis, who died after a white police officer kneeled on his neck for nearly nine years on Memorial Day.

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