Wittenberg University senior Jake Bertemes and junior Landon Martin celebrate after beating Susquehanna 77-73 in an NCAA Division III second round game on Saturday night at Pam Evans Smith Arena in Springfield. CONTRIBUTED PHOTO BY MICHAEL COOPER
Photo: Contributing Writer
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‘Restricted attendance policy’ in place for Wittenberg’s Sweet 16 game at Mount Union

No. 9 Tigers play No. 5 Purple Raiders on the road Friday

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The schools announced Wednesday, based on recommendations from Gov. Mike DeWine, regarding the potential spread of the Coronavirus, “There will be no public ticket sales and only institutional personnel, student-athlete family members, credentialed media, radio crews, and official team party members will be permitted” to attend the Sweet 16 game at 7:30 p.m. Friday.

According to a Wittenberg press release, “for fans that have purchased pre-sale tickets on-line, you will receive a full refund for your purchase unless you are designated by one of the players on their immediate family list and plan on attending the game. If you are on a student-athlete's immediate family list and don't plan on attending the game, please contact Bret Billhardt at billhardtb@wittenberg.edu to request your refund.”

No. 9 Wittenberg (28-2) beat Susquehanna 77-73 on Saturday in the second round to advance to the Sweet 16 for the first time since 2012. No. 5 Mount Union (27-3) has won 19 games in a row.

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