Husky-USC Baseball Game Postponed Due To Rain

March 18, 2001

SEATTLE - The Pac-10 Conference baseball game between Washington and USC, scheduled forSunday afternoon at Husky Ballpark, was postponed due to rain. The teams will play adoubleheader Monday, beginning at 11:00 a.m.

Sunday, the two teams waited until 2:00 p.m., one hour after the scheduled start time,before deciding to call the game off.

Washington sophomore Sean White (3-0, 2.00 earned run average) is scheduled to startgame two of the three-game series. USC senior Rik Currier (4-1, 2.75), the 2000 Pac-10Pitcher of the Year, will counter for the Trojans. In Monday's game two, the third game ofthe three-game set, the Huskies will send freshman righty Clay Johnson (2-0, 8.10) againstTrojan sophomore Anthony Reyes (1-0, 4.24).

Neither game will air on radio in the Seattle area, but the USC broadcast can be heard viathe Trojans' website at

The Huskies continue the homestand Tuesday and Wednesday with a pair of non-conference games against Washington State, both at 6:30 p.m., before travelling to faceNo. 1 Stanford in a three-game series at Sunken Diamond. Both WSU games and all threeat Stanford will air on KSRB AM-1150, and at

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