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College women’s hockey: Saints will not be in action this weekend

COVID carousel continues as St. Scholastica won’t play UWS this weekend.

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DULUTH — The St. Scholastica women’s hockey team’s two-game MIAC series against St. Mary’s this weekend has been canceled due to COVID-19 protocols, as has the replacement home-and home nonconference series with the Wisconsin-Superior.

According to MIAC rules, all conference games canceled due to COVID-19-impacted rosters will be declared no-contests, and conference games will not be rescheduled to avoid overloading the schedule.

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