Tulane Baseball’s Saturday Matchup with Memphis Pushed Back To 4 p.m.


MEMPHIS, Tenn. – The Tulane University baseball team announced today that its single game matchup at Memphis on Saturday has been pushed back to 4 p.m. inside FEDEX Park due to poor weather conditions forecasted for the Tennessee area.
Game four on Sunday (1:00 p.m.) will remain as scheduled. For additional updates surrounding forecasted weather, fans should follow Tulane baseball (@GreenWaveBSB) on TwitterFacebook and Instagram.
Games three and four of the series will be aired on ESPN+, while all four of the games can be heard live on the radio by tuning into WRBH 88.3 FM.
Tulane fans can ensure that every Green Wave win makes a lasting impact this season by joining the Pledge Per Win campaign. Fans can participate in the Pledge Per Win campaign by pledging to give $5, $10, or $25 to the Green Wave Club for each game the Tulane Baseball team wins this season. Additionally, supporters are encouraged to pledge $1 for every strikeout by Tulane pitchers this season. Fans interested in enrolling in the Pledge Per Win and Pledge Per Strikeout campaigns are encouraged to visit www.GreenWaveClub.com/ppw
Download the official mobile app of Tulane Athletics. Now, you can stay in touch with the Green Wave anytime and anywhere on your Android or iOS mobile device.
Tulane University is located in the city of New Orleans. It is a city built on tradition and resiliency. The lessons Green Wave student-athletes have learned through their connection with this university and city have BUILT doctors, lawyers, business leaders, conference champions, all-conference players, All-Americans, professional athletes and NCAA tournament teams. The city of New Orleans has shaped us into who we are today. We are One City. We are Tulane. We are NOLA BUILT. Check out our story at NolaBuilt.com.

{Courtesy: Release from Tulane Athletics}

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