Missouri Releases 2017-18 Schedule

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Missouri has released their complete 2017-18 schedule. They have a frontloaded slate, with six weigh-ins during the first five weeks of the season.

The Tigers have marquee duals against Illinois, Virginia Tech, Cornell and Oklahoma State, with a potential Top-5 matchup between Jaydin Eierman and Dean Heil happening in Stillwater. The Illinois dual is an outdoor at Missouri's softball stadium, along with five other home dates.

For the first time ever, Brian Smith will be taking his team to the Reno Tournament of Champions. Their other tournament will be November 18th at the Lindenwood Open, which they follow up with a trip down to the Commonwealth of Virginia for duals with Virginia Tech and UVA.

The MAC championships this year will be at Central Michigan, where they hope to once again qualify all 10 athletes for the 2018 NCAA Championships, which close out the year in Cleveland. 

Date Opponent Location
Nov. 4th Illinois Mizzou Softball Stadium
Nov. 12th Central Missouri Hearnes Center
Nov. 12th Truman State Hearnes Center
Nov. 12th Missouri Valley Hearnes Center
Nov. 18th Lindenwood Open  St. Charles, MO
Nov. 25th Virginia Tech Blacksburg, VA
Nov. 26th Virginia Charlottesville, VA
Dec. 2nd Old Dominion Hearnes Center
Dec. 10th Ohio Hearnes Center
Dec. 17th Reno TOC Reno, NV
Dec. 29th Kent State Deerfield Beach, FL
Dec. 29th Cornell Deerfield Beach, FL
Dec. 30th North Carolina Deerfield Beach, FL
Dec. 30th Rider Deerfield Beach, FL
Jan. 11th Buffalo Hearnes Center
Jan. 13th Eastern Michigan Hearnes Center
Jan. 19th Central Michigan Mount Pleasant, MI
Jan. 27th Oklahoma State Stillwater, OK
Feb. 2nd Northern Illinois Dekalb, IL
Feb. 14th SIU Edwardsville Edwardsville, IL
Feb. 17th Northern Iowa Cedar Falls, IA
Mar. 3-4 MAC Championships Mt. Pleasant, MI
Mar. 15-17 NCAA Championships Cleveland, OH


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