BloomU Men’s Basketball Players Hopeful for Potential Season

Matthew Poust, Reporter

Bloomsburg men’s basketball has been enduring work outs, weightlifting, and conditioning in hopes of a late season start in mid-January.

Although nothing has been made official yet; Head Coach John Sanow said in an interview early Friday, that the team is anticipating a start to the season on January 17th, and that in-league Eastern division teams are the only teams that the Huskies will play.

This limitation to the Eastern division means that the Huskies schedule would be shortened by six games and that their competition would consist of the eight other division teams: Shippensburg, East Stroudsburg, West Chester, Millersville, Shepherd, Lock Haven, Kutztown, and Mansfield.

This is a division that the men’s team has struggled with in the past couple of years; not having a winning season in the division since 2016 and not going above .500 since 2018. It is safe to say that the Huskies will have their work cut out for them if they have hopes for a successful season.

Despite these upcoming challenges, Coach Sanow stated that the team is just hopeful to have the season and are looking forward to playing the teams in their Eastern division.


The Voice will be providing updates on Bloomsburg University’s winter sports teams in the upcoming weeks.