Mid-Missouri Sporting Event Schedule Changes
COLUMBIA -- Due to inclement weather in Mid-Missouri, the following sporting events have been moved from their originally scheduled dates or canceled.
- The Missouri Valley College men's tennis matches with Northwest Missouri State University rescheduled for Thursday have been postponed again. The matches will be played March 18th at 2:30 p.m.
- The Missouri Valley College baseball game at Missouri Baptist University scheduled for Thursday have been canceled.
- The Lincoln softball team is once again altering its schedule due to the recent winter weather, as Friday's double header at Northwest Missouri has been pushed back to April 11.
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