In response to a vote by the NCAA Division I council on Thursday, May 21, Missouri State made the decision to allow football and baseball athletes to return to campus June 1 for workouts.
The ESPN 10-part docuseries “The Last Dance” was originally set to release this summer. However, amid the coronavirus pandemic, ESPN decided to release the documentary earlier to aid a sports world currently starving for content.
At this point in the year, most athletes for fall and winter sports are training for their next season. The coronavirus outbreak changed those plans when Missouri State — like the majority of the sports world — put everything on hold for the rest of the school year.
This past February a former Missouri State Bear was doing something many will never do in their life, attempting to qualify for the Olympics. Jessi Allen, former MSU runner and current University of Kansas medical student, nearly reached one of the world’s biggest stages in athletics, and di…
The NCAA Division I Council voted on Monday evening in favor of allowing all spring athletes an extra year of eligibility due to the coronavirus cutting all seasons short.
Cheryl Burnett will forever be connected with Lady Bears basketball.
The coronavirus has taken control of people’s lives. It canceled March Madness. It postponed the Olympics. It canceled spring sports. It shut down businesses and cost people their jobs. It put timelines on hold.
A few weeks ago, the Missouri State baseball team left for Kansas City mid-morning to fly to California for a weekend series against the University of California Irvine — an area that was already impacted by the coronavirus.