Wildcat Baseball To Play Nine-Inning Games In Early March, More Schedule Changes

EMPORIA, KS – After having multiple postponements with Newman University in late February and now early March, the Wayne State College baseball team will begin their season with a Wednesday afternoon outing.

According to a release from the Wayne State Athletics office, head Wildcat baseball coach Alex Koch announced the schedule changes for the Wildcat baseball team this week.

WSC will now face Emporia State on Wednesday, March 3 at noon in a nine-inning contest in Emporia, Kansas.

The previously scheduled doubleheader at Newman University in Wichita, Kansas for Tuesday has been moved to next week and will now be played as nine-inning games on Tuesday, March 9 and Wednesday, March 10 at 1 p.m. each day.

WSC has yet to play a game this season heading into Wednesday’s contest at Emporia State while the Hornets are 2-5 so far this season.

The 35-game NSIC season will get underway on Saturday, March 20 during a doubleheader hosting Northern State at 1:30/3:30 p.m. as well as a Sunday, March 21 outing with the Wolves at noon. The Wildcat baseball team is scheduled to host four different opponents (10 games) from March 20 – 30 before 13 consecutive games on the road against five different opponents from April 2 – 18.