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The Saints came marching home and faced the Fargo-Moorhead RedHawks after spending a month stationed in Sioux Falls as part of two-team hub in the truncated, six-team American Association.
A long-awaited home opener arrives Tuesday for the defending American Association champs, who will get to play in front of 1,500 people at CHS Field.
Their first true home game after 27 away from St. Paul will be Tuesday's series opener against the Fargo-Moorhead RedHawks. A total of 1,500 fans will be allowed in the ballpark.
The Tommies will join MSU Mankato, Bemidji State and others in the newly formed conference.
The Division III league expects golf and tennis — designated as low-risk sports — can participate in conference-only competitions this fall.
It's unclear what the MIAC's move will mean for winter sports such as hockey and basketball, which usually start their seasons in late October and early November.
As the men's and women's programs make the transition to the highest level of college hockey, coaches Jeff Boeser and Tom Palkowski face an exciting new reality.
Despite playing before significantly smaller crowds, the team is continuing its promotional creativity and remains hopeful it can return to CHS Field this season.
The 24-team Minnesota College Athletic Conference canceled the football, volleyball and men's and women's soccer seasons.
Local colleges are still planning to go forward with fall sports, but key decisions loom.