Valley View University (VVU) is on course to fail to defend the Women’s basketball competition it won last year at the Private Universities Sports Associations Games (PUSAG).
Basketballghana.com gathers the team and its male counterparts will not be at the Cape-Coast Sports Stadium to compete in this year’s event .
Indications reaching Ghana’s leading hoops portal indicate administrative challenges are the main reason behind the side’s failure to honor the invitation this year and defend the women’s crown.
VVU won all games including beating Presbyterian and Islamic University Colleges 12-4 and 18-1 respectively to win the tournament.
Lynchpin Osseni Mahmoudath’s great form in the title winning campaign earned her a Tertiary Player of the Year nomination at the 2016 Ghana Basketball Awards.
The latest incident compounds Valley View’s woes this season following the male side’s failure to qualify for the UPAC Basketball Championship quarterfinals. VVU missed the spot to All Nations University College.
By Yaw Adjei-Mintah
@YawMintYM on Twitter