The recent surge in COVID-19 numbers across the United States is affecting things at Stillman College. Changes were recently made to the school's basketball schedule.

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Stillman College announced changes to its second-semester return to play for men's and women's basketball teams.
The first three women's basketball games on Jan. 3 at Blue Mountain College, Jan. 6 at University of Mobile and a Jan. 8 home game against Faulker University have been postponed due to COVID-19 protocols. Make up dates for the Mobile and Faulkner games will be announced once confirmed.

No. 11 Stillman College men's basketball had its Jan. 3 trip to Blue Mountain College postponed but traveled to the University of Mobile where they fell short Thursday night in a 68-65 road loss.

Stillman will host Faulkner University on Saturday, Jan. 8 at 3 p.m. at Birthright Alumni Hall. No fans will be allowed in attendance on Jan. 8 as a COVID-19 precaution. The Jan. 8 game will be streamed live for free on Team 1Sports.com/GoStillman. Live stats will also be available at GoStillman.com.

Stillman and Blue Mountain are scheduled for a makeup doubleheader on Feb. 1 in Blue Mountain, Mississippi.

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