Wildcat Home Softball Moved To Thursday

Wildcat Home Softball Moved To Thursday
Courtesy of Wayne State Athletics.

WAYNE – A mid-week NSIC softball home doubleheader for the Wayne State College softball team has been pushed back one day.

According to a release from Wayne State Athletics, due to predicted rain in northeast Nebraska on Wednesday, the Winona State at Wayne State NSIC softball doubleheader has been moved back one day to Thursday, April 21.

Game times are set for 1/3 p.m. at the Pete Chapman Softball Complex in Wayne.

Wayne State College is 11-28 (8-10 NSIC), sitting 10th in the conference. The Wildcats recently went 3-1 with a scheduled road split against MSU Moorhead and won both games against Northern State this past weekend. The games were moved to Wayne due to cold temperatures north.

Winona State enters 25-11 overall (11-3 NSIC), which puts them second in the league. The Warriors are also coming off a 3-1 weekend by splitting with Minnesota Duluth and sweeping St. Cloud State in Winona, Minnesota.

The Wayne State College softball team will return to the road this weekend visiting Bemidji State on Saturday, April 23 and Minnesota Crookston on Sunday, April 24. Both doubleheaders will begin at 1 p.m.