From a normal start date, to a conference-only slate in September, to a conference start in the spring, the path forward for Missouri State fall sports is finally clearing up.
With the sports world ground to a halt, the shutdown created by the novel coronavirus has put the Missouri State club hockey team in an odd position.
Missouri State hockey dropped their final games at home to Lindenwood, finishing the season 14-17. The Ice Bears lost 5-1 on Friday night, and 11-4 on Saturday. They missed the American Collegiate Hockey Association's national tournament, but will be back to start their next season in September.
The Missouri State Ice Bears had a few issues scoring, but they managed to win two games over Northern Illinois this past weekend.
The Missouri State Ice Bears continued their recent surge this weekend, splitting a two-game series with Maryville.
The No. 31 Ice Bears swept a two-game series against the No. 12 Oklahoma Sooners at home this weekend.
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