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Maryland men's basketball assistant coach Bruce Shingler has been banned for 30 days, the school announced ahead of the Terrapins' 94-87 win over the Northwest on Wednesday.
. . The latest on the impact of the coronavirus outbreak on sports around the world: ___ The Air Force and Army football match in Michie Stadiuim was postponed to December. The game is now scheduled for December. 19 on the army's home field. It was moved from its regular location on the first Saturday in November due to COVID-19 issues at the Air Force Academy. The rescheduling keeps the competition between the three service academies for the Commander-in-Chief's Trophy for the 49th. Year alive. The Air Force defeated the Navy 40-7 to open their season in early October, and a win over the Black Knights would mark the Falcons for the 21st. Give the hardware. The 121st. Army-Navy game is scheduled for December. 12, also at Michie Stadium. ___ Hockey Canada has temporarily closed the national junior team selection camp after two positive COVID-19 tests were confirmed among players. Hockey Canada announced on Wednesday that players, coaches and staff at the Red Deer, Alberta camp had completed a 14-day quarantine retrospectively to Monday. All camp activities will be suspended until December. 6th. The initial announcement of positive player testing came Tuesday, three days after Hockey Canada said a "non-core member" of the team's staff also tested positive. Hockey Canada said it suspended all camp activities for the day at that time, including an intrasquad game. Both the players and the staff were quarantined at the team's hotel. Players, coaches and staff completed mandatory COVID-19 tests upon arrival at the camp and were tested there regularly. Hockey Canada is in the middle of the selection camp ahead of the IIHF Junior Ice Hockey World Championships in Edmonton, which opens on Christmas Day. ___ The season opening. . .