Due to heavy rains and cold weather in the forecast through Tuesday night, Charleston Southern's baseball game with College of Charleston, originally scheduled for Tuesday, was moved to Wednesday at CSU Ballpark. First pitch is at 2 p.m.
The Buccaneers are 14-7 overall and host Radford in Big South action this weekend at CSU Ballpark. First pitch of the series opener on Friday is at 6 p.m.
The Cougars (15-4) will play a three-game weekend series at Houston starting Friday.
Rain also forced CSU to alter its softball schedule. The Bucs will face Rider at 3 p.m. Tuesday and in a doubleheader Wednesday starting at 1 p.m.
In tennis, College of Charleston's home match with Hofstra on Monday was rained out and will be played at 5 p.m. Wednesday as part of a doubleheader, with the Cougars facing Massachusetts at 1 p.m. The College of Charleston men's team had its match against Hofstra rained out, and it will be made up at 3:30 p.m. Tuesday.
South Carolina will hold its annual Pro Timing Day at Williams-Brice Stadium on April 2, when draft-eligible Gamecocks football players are scheduled to work out for NFL coaches and scouts.
Viewing for the on-field portion of the event, which will begin at approximately 11 a.m., is open to the public with free admission. Fans can enter the stadium through Gate 4 on the west (Bluff Road) side of the stadium beginning at 10 a.m. and sit in the west stands (behind the Gamecocks' sideline). No video cameras are allowed.
The nationally ranked College of Charleston coed and women's sailing teams placed fourth at the Graham Hall Team Race and St. Mary's Women's regattas this past weekend in Maryland.
As the event's defending champion, the No. 4-ranked Cougars tallied a 13-5 record at the Graham Hall Team Race sailed on the Severn River in Annapolis, Md. They narrowly lost a tiebreaker against host and eighth-ranked Navy, who placed third in the 16-team field.
At the St. Mary's Women's regatta on the St. Mary's River, the Cougars sailed 36 races between the A-and B-Divisions with a total of 274 points, edging out 14 other top women's teams to clinch fourth overall in the competitive 18-team fleet. They improved on last year's seventh-place finish at the same event.
This weekend, the Cougars host the Charleston Women's regatta and compete in the Szambecki Team Race in Norfolk, Va.
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