The Owls (0-2) fell 73-61 to the Tigers on Saturday and 90-76 on Friday.
The Raiders’ corner infielder, who hit .561 this past fall, won’t have to go far in order to keep her career in the sport going.
Hansen became the sixth Caledonia player in the past five years to join the squad at MUW.
The longtime keeper for the Patriots is moving on, but she’s not going far.
Close friends and throwing partners since sixth grade, the pair of Patriots will head their separate ways for college.
Men’s and women’s cross country, men’s and women’s tennis, men’s and women’s golf, men’s and women’s soccer and volleyball won’t be playing this fall for the Owls.
The crafty combo guard picked the Owls over Mississippi State and East Mississippi, Itawamba and Northwest Mississippi community colleges.
Basketball player Branden Stevenson and tennis player Jacob Davis will be continuing their athletic careers.
Neither the Owls nor the Lions have any plans to discontinue athletic programs due to COVID-19, a step taken by several Division I schools in the past two weeks.
The center midfielder took the next step in her soccer career Tuesday, but she won’t be going far.