Sports

Mikayla Morton

The cancellation of the 2020 soccer season hasn’t stopped Mikayla Morton and the Gee-Gees women’s soccer team from continuing to practice and train at a high-level. Morton is currently finishing up her degree while finding new goals and motivations both on and off the field.

As COVID-19 continues to bring uncertainty, various Gee-Gees sports teams are awaiting announcements regarding their seasons, or already shifting their focus to 2021. Athletes from the football team, men’s and women’s rugby teams, and the men’s ultimate frisbee team share their outlook on the current situation.

The Jays are in flight for a very different 2020 season due to COVID-19. The MLB a usually very conservative league has taken advantage of the pandemic to try out new rules and a new playoff format. It’s still unknown if the MLB will be able to complete its ambitious 60-game 2020 season but one thing for sure baseball has changed.

“He is already a part of our Gee-Gees family. He brings what we wanted – strong leadership, great communications skills, and the ability to rally and unite the many stakeholders that form a large program like football. We are excited for the future,” said Sue Hylland director of Varsity Athletics

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