This past Sunday afternoon officially marked the start of the fall 2020 volleyball season for the MSU Bears.
The Missouri State fall sports conference seasons have been pushed to the spring, allowing teams to adjust to the new procedures involving COVID-19.
The Missouri State women’s beach volleyball team’s struggles continued this weekend as they dropped both matches against nationally-ranked opponents. The first match of Saturday was against the No. 1 Louisiana State Tigers, the second against No. 16 Texas Christian Horned Frogs.
After parting ways with the winningest coach in program history before the 2019 season, it took over two months for Missouri State University to find a full-time replacement to lead its volleyball program.
Missouri State has found a permanent coach to lead its volleyball program after parting ways with the winningest coach in program history before the 2019 season.
It’s been over five months since renowned Missouri State volleyball coach Melissa Stokes resigned following allegations that she broke NCAA rules.
While the search for a new head football coach had taken most of the attention recently, the Missouri State Bears are also continuing their national search for a new head volleyball coach.
For the first time in 21 years, the volleyball Bears’ season is over before the Missouri Valley Conference tournament begins.