College men's hockey: COVID outbreak forces CSS to forfeit games

Due to MIAC policy, CSS will have to forfeit because it cannot play on the scheduled date.

College of St. Scholastica

DULUTH — St. Scholastica men's hockey has been forced to cancel a trip for a two-game series at St. Mary's this weekend in Winona, Minnesota, due to COVID-19 testing protocols.

Both games will be forfeited to St. Mary's in the Minnesota Intercollegiate Athletic Conference standings according to a league policy approved by conference school presidents in October. For purposes of overall record, the NCAA considers the series to be a no contest.

If the teams can agree on a date to reschedule, the games would be considered non-conference.

The next scheduled games for CSS (6-5-1, 3-5-0 MIAC) are non-conference road games at Wisconsin-Superior on Jan. 14 and at Northland on Jan. 15.

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