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ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. – Per the guidance of Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham and recommendations from both the Departments of Health and Public Education, the 2020 NMAA State Basketball Championships will move forward without fans.

Games will be played at both Dreamstyle Arena and the Santa Ana Star Center throughout the remainder of the event as originally scheduled.  Only team members, officials, and essential facility and tournament workers will be allowed in the buildings.  Members of the media will not be allowed entrance to either facility.

Although spectators will not be able to attend the games in person, all semifinals and finals will be broadcast live online via the NFHS Network (www.nfhsnetwork.com).  A subscription fee of $10.99 will provide access to every state tournament game.  The NMAA staff will also provide frequent updates via its various social media platforms throughout each contest.

Fans who purchased advanced tickets through the University of New Mexico for games held Thursday-Saturday should contact the Lobo ticket office on Monday, March 16th for a full refund.

Spectators who purchased All-Tournament Passes directly from the NMAA office should contact the New Mexico Activities Association on Monday, March 16th to discuss refund options.



Here is the press conference from NMAA Executive Director Sally Marquez regarding the status of the 2020 State Basketball Championships

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