“M” rearranges sports events

Paul Wong
Michigan Stadium, and the rest of the nation”s sports stadiums, will be eerily quiet tomorrow. Michigan hopes to reschedule the Western Michigan game later in the season.<br><br>DAVID KATZ/Daily

The Michigan athletic department announced yesterday the changes that will be made to this weekend”s schedule. Five teams will be in action with various schedule adjustments, while three other sports including football have been canceled.

Friday, September 14

Volleyball at Nike Invitational Canceled

Men”s Soccer at Louisville Invitational Canceled

Women”s Soccer at Hartford Canceled

Saturday, September 15

Women”s Golf at Mary Fossum Invitational Canceled

Men”s Soccer at Louisville Invitational Will Play

Volleyball vs. Illinois State Will Play

Football vs. Western Michigan Postponed

Women”s Cross Country at Spiked Shoe Inv. Canceled

Field Hockey at Connecticut Canceled

Sunday, September 16

Women”s Golf at Mary Fossum Invitational Canceled

Field Hockey vs. Central Michigan Will Play

Men”s Soccer at Louisville Invitational Will Play

Women”s Soccer at Connecticut Canceled

The athletic department is attempting to reschedule the Michigan vs. Western Michigan football game. The field hockey team was originally scheduled to play in connecticut this weekend, but have scheduled Sunday”s game with Central Michigan instead. Volleyball also rescheduled and will play Illinois State in absence of their original trip to the Nike Invitational.

NFL cancels weekend slate

The NFL announced yesterday it would not play this weekend. This week”s scheduled games:

Arizona at Washington Atlanta at St. Louis Buffalo at Miami Cincinnati at Tennessee Cleveland at Pittsburgh Dallas at Detroit Denver at Indianapolis Green Bay at New York Giants Jacksonville at Chicago Kansas City at Seattle New England at Carolina New York Jets at Oakland Philadelphia at Tampa Bay San Francisco at New Orleans Minnesota at Baltimore

Baseball to start on Monday

Major League Baseball originally was to reopen play on Friday, but also cancelled games this weekend. The plan for right now is to make up the missed games during the first week of October and move the playoffs back a week.

However, due to this announcement, future Hall of Famers Cal Ripken and Tony Gwynn are now expected to end their careers with home games.

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