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Nevada Changes Softball Game Times Due to Weather

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From the University of Nevada:

Due to threatening weather in the area this weekend, the Nevada softball home series with Mountain West foe New Mexico will now begin with a doubleheader Friday afternoon at Hixson Park. First pitch has been moved up one hour to 2 p.m.
 
Game time for the second contest of the doubleheader will be determined after the conclusion of game one. The Wolf Pack (18-13, 0-3 MW) and Lobos (10-20, 1-2 MW) will square off twice on Friday and play the final game of the series Sunday at noon.

Saturday was originally slated to be both Dads and Daughters Day and the annual Pink game (Breast Cancer Awareness).  Both of these promotions will now be held on April 27 when the Wolf Pack take on San Jose State.
 
All three games are available to fans on the Mountain West Digital Network, which can be accessed at NevadaWolfPack.TV. University of Nevada student Al King will have the play-by-play coverage on the broadcast.


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