Teams in the Hardwood Tournament of Hope only had an opportunity to play one day out of the scheduled three in Puerto Vallarta before it was cancelled.
The second day of the tournament was canceled Wednesday because of a “facilities conflict” at the Puerto Vallarta Convention Center, no other details were given. Tournament officials were unsuccessful in finding a new venue to complete the tournament.
The annual event raises awareness, support, and research for the National Urea Cycle Disorders Foundation.
This year’s tournament brought teams from Louisiana State University, Kansas State University, University of Texas at El Paso, and Santa Clara University for the games in Puerto Vallarta.
The first games of the tournaments on Tuesday were played, with Kansas State routing UTEP and Santa Clara edging LSU. Wednesday games were at first postponed, then cancelled.
Sound like Mexico more like Vallarta leave everything to the last minute.
Oops, another black eye. Good luck to the next tournament organisers.
why would they go to the expense and effort with such poor management?
appalling…this should NOT have happened!
Those teams who flew in from the USA will be delighted with the organization of this tournament. The city should make sure they get loads of free tours so they have a good feeling about Puerto Vallarta.