After a burst pipe ruined their home court, the UA Little Rock Trojans are back on it
Little Rock, Arkansas – The University of Arkansas Little Rock Trojans were eventually allowed to relocate after a broken pipe destroyed their court.
In a tweet on Tuesday, the Trojans announced their temporary location and said they would return home to play on Wednesday night.
The Trojans assert that they will keep using this court all season long.
The first court was destroyed when a water pipe burst during Arkansas’s bitterly cold Christmas storm.
The Trojans assert that during the November Armed Forces Classic, Michigan State and Gonzaga competed on the same court.
On Saturday, January 7 at 3:30, the UA Little Rock Trojans will play the Southeast Missouri Redhawks.