Washington State series moved to Peccole because of weather

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Reno, Nev. – The Nevada baseball team (6-1) will now play Washington State (2-6) in Reno this weekend as the Wolf Pack’s 2019 home-opener at Don Weir Field at Peccole Park. The series, originally slated to be played in Pullman, Wash., has been moved to Reno due to snow in the forecast in the Washington State area.

The two teams were originally scheduled to play a four-game series but will now face each other three times with single games scheduled for Thursday, Friday and Saturday. The contests are scheduled to be played at 1 p.m. each day.

The Pack is off to its best start since 2015, boasting a 6-1 record coming off a sweep at Long Beach State. The Cougars picked up their first two victories on the young season this past weekend, splitting its four-game series at Santa Clara.

Single-game tickets for this weekend will be available here, with season-ticket holders able to attend all three games for free. Season-ticket holders must go to the ticketing office at Don Weir Field at Peccole Park on gameday to be allowed free entry.

A live stream of the games on the Mountain West Network will be available as well as a radio broadcast on 94.1 FM/1450 AM on Thursday and Friday. There will be no live stream for Saturday’s contest, but an internet-only radio broadcast will be available.

In the first year of a home-and-home series, Nevada will now make the trip to Washington State next season.