Texas A&M coach ‘perplexed’ Boston College canceled game because rain delayed travel | NCAA Basketball

The Texas A&M-Boston School males’s basketball recreation set for Saturday afternoon has been canceled, and Aggies coach Billy Kennedy is “perplexed” by the rationale.

In response to the Houston Chronicle, Boston School’s constitution airplane was scheduled to land in School Station on Friday evening. However, the pilot “didn’t really feel comfy” touchdown in heavy rain, so the airplane diverted elsewhere.

The Boston School teaching workers did not need the workforce to land Saturday and play the sport at 5 p.m. native time. Though A&M officers reportedly provided to maneuver the sport again a few hours, the Eagles requested the sport be postponed to Sunday. The Aggies declined due to logistical points.

Therefore, no recreation.

“We’re perplexed by this determination and disenchanted for our student-athletes and followers,” A&M coach Billy Kennedy stated in a press release.

Boston School athletic director Martin Jarmond cited “mechanical and logistical points” for canceling the sport, noting that they’d have agreed to a 9 p.m. native time begin Saturday, or a Sunday recreation.

“The protection and well-being of our student-athletes is paramount. On no account will we put our student-athletes in hurt’s method,” Jarmond stated in a press release.

No make-up date has been introduced for a possible recreation between the Eagles (6-2) and Aggies (3-4).

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