The Maccabees notched a 102-83 victory on Saturday night over Penn State Harrisburg for their 29th straight win.
The YU Alliance, a student-run organization that does not receive funding from the student councils, currently holds LGBTQ-related events off-campus.
Yeshiva University’s annual Red Sarachek Basketball Tournament for Orthodox high schools across the United States and Canada, scheduled for March 12 through 16, has also been postponed.
The team will find out who its opening round opponent will be in the NCAA Tournament on Monday.
In a game against Yeshiva University, the two students decided to kneel when Israel's national anthem started playing. Kneeling has become a popular form of political protest in sports.
The fate of the YU Alliance as an official campus organization will be left to the administration.
The Maccabees have a 14-1 record overall and are in first place in the Skyline League with a 7-0 mark
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"While the arson at Yeshiva University is currently not believed to be a hate crime, the NYPD and HCTF are staying [in] touch with @FDNY until a final determination is made."
The money will continue to support the Azrieli Graduate School of Jewish Education and Administration, as well as to bolster scholarships.