Saturday's Desert Stinger Tournament Games Canceled Due to Weather
LAS VEGAS – The No. 23 University of California San Diego softball team will not play its pair of games scheduled for Saturday due to weather. The Desert Stinger Softball Tournament has canceled all of Saturday’s games.
UC San Diego was initially scheduled to face Western Oregon at 2 p.m. and Western Washington at 4:30 p.m. The games were postponed in the morning, but the decision to cancel Saturday’s games was made in the afternoon.
As of now, Sunday’s games will be played as scheduled. The Tritons will take on the University of Mary at 11:30 a.m.
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