Rain postpones LCSC-College of Idaho game
CALDWELL, Idaho – Rain seems to continue to follow the Lewis-Clark State College baseball team. On Thursday the clouds caught up with the Warriors at Wolfe Field and postponed the No. 14-ranked team’s game against the College of Idaho.
Wolfe Field features an artificial playing surface which usually holds up well against wet weather, but because of a driving rainstorm head coaches Gary Picone and Shawn Humberger decided that the conditions were not good enough to play the single game that was slated for 3 p.m.
The two teams will play a doubleheader on Friday, and then play Thursday’s postponed game as part of a doubleheader on Saturday. Both twinbills are schedule to start at noon, pacific.
The rainout marks the first time that the Coyote’s have had to postpone a home game due to rain since March 10, 2002.
While the rainout might have been unusual for Wolfe Field, it was nothing out of the ordinary for LCSC which is experiencing one the wettest springs in program history this season and has now had five series interrupted by weather.