The Youngstown State men's basketball 2019-20 season has officially concluded.
Youngstown State finished the campaign with an overall record of 18-15 and tied a school record for most Horizon League wins with 10. The Penguins' 18 wins rank tied for the third most in the program's Division I history.
The Penguins also hosted a Horizon League Tournament first-round game for the first time in seven years and defeated Milwaukee, 63-57, to advance to the quarterfinals.
"While we are disappointed that our season has ended, we understand that this is bigger than basketball and these preventative measures are the sensible actions to take," YSU Men's Basketball Head Coach Jerrod Calhoun said. "Our top priority is the health, safety and well-being of our YSU students, our student-athletes and the Youngstown community."
"We cannot be prouder of our players for all of the accomplishments they achieved this season. To tie a school record for most Horizon League wins and have 18 overall wins, which are tied for the third most in our Division I history, really speaks highly of our players' work ethic, dedication and improvement."
"I'd also like to thank the Youngstown community for its tremendous support all season. From day one, the Mahoning Valley embraced our players and program and we cannot be more grateful. We look forward to providing our fans with more outstanding basketball next season."