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Final Game Of Penn State Softball-Ohio State Series Canceled

Penn State and Ohio State softball have mutually agreed to cancel Monday’s series finale “out of an abundance of caution,” Penn State Athletics announced Monday.

Monday’s game was originally supposed to be played on Friday, April 2, but was moved due to cold temperatures in State College. Penn State added in its statement that the contest will not be rescheduled.

Neither side confirmed which team the health and safety issues were coming from.

Ohio State handled Penn State in the first three games of the series, but the Nittany Lions were trying to bounce back for their first win at home in over a year. They will have to wait a little longer to earn that win, which would be their second of the season.

Penn State is next slated to stay at home when Rutgers comes to visit for a four-game series. Game one is scheduled to begin at 5 p.m. on Friday, April 9.

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Owen Abbey

Owen Abbey was a Secondary Education major before he graduated from the wonderful institution known as Penn State. When he was not writing for the blog, he enjoyed rooting for the Baltimore Orioles and Ravens, supporting Penn State basketball and softball, dreaming of all of the ways he would win the TV show "Survivor," and yes mom, actually doing school work. All of this work prepared him to teach his own class of students, which was always his true passion. He still can be found on Twitter @theowenabbey and can be reached for questions and comments at [email protected]

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