Players with the Cleveland State Women’s Basketball Team were shocked to find out that Chris Kielsmeier had contracted the novel coronavirus. School Organizers provided this information with Cleveland State, who confirmed it’s the 1st case of COVID-19 at their institution. Chris Kielsmeier is a notable coaching figure in college basketball. He previously spent ten seasons with the Wayne State Wildcats, where he’d acquire two NSIC Tournament Championships. This would extend towards four NSIC Regular Season Crowns. These significant accomplishments prompted Cleveland State to acquire Kielsmeier for the 2019-20 Season.
CNBC Sports Reporters questioned the Basketball Coach on his condition. He noted that the 1st four days were challenging, with his body slowly recovering. It’s expected that this Middle-Aged Man will make a full recovery for his early diagnosis. Supporters behind Cleveland State would’ve been devasted with this potential loss. Kielsmeier acquired a 10-20 Average during his 1st season. That valuation would increase towards 21-11 this season before postponements. Renewing the season by September 2020 could allow Chris Kielsmeier to win an NSIC Tournament Championship for the Cleveland State Vikings.
Cleveland State Staff were forced to implement social distancing measures after the confirmed case of COVID-19. All Non-Essential campus operations were terminated, with individuals close with Chris Kielsmeier being forced into self-isolation until April 14th. Classes will be held remotely via video conferences until April 10th, where limited classes will be re-opened to Cleveland State students. It’s not known when any of the sporting functions with CSU will be resumed, with this potentially forcing unnecessary travel across the United States.
Chris Kielsmeier Receives Overwhelming Support
The President of Cleveland State University spoke on Chris Kielsmeier contracting COVID-19. Harlan Sands noted that they appreciate this Head Coach committing to self-isolation measures and informing the university immediately of his ill conditions. This coach was the 10th confirmed case from the Ohio Department of Health, that number has increased exponentially in the last few days. It should be noted that players with the Women’s Basketball Team at Cleveland State University provided their best wishes towards their head coach. They hope he’ll return to regular activity shortly.