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Penn State Softball’s Tuesday Game Against Pitt Postponed

Penn State softball’s game against Pitt on Tuesday, March 19, has been postponed to Tuesday, April 16, due to cold weather in Pittsburgh, the team announced Monday. Both teams mutually agreed to postpone the game.

Penn State is coming off five straight wins in the Penn State Softball Invitational, where the Nittany Lions defeated Lehigh twice, as well as Cornell, Canius, and Bridgehampton. Penn State scored 51 runs over the five-game series.

The Nittany Lions begin Big Ten conference play in a three-game series against Indiana starting at 5 p.m. on Friday, March 22, at home. Penn State will also face Indiana at 2 p.m. on Saturday, March 23, and noon on Sunday, March 24.

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Mitchell Corcoran

Mitch is a junior broadcast journalism major from Johnstown, PA. He is a big Pittsburgh sports fan and in his free time he likes to listen to music, play video games, and rewatch old football games. He also loves Seinfeld, Star Wars, bucket hats, and Dua Lipa. If you want Justin Herbert propaganda or random sports content, follow him on Twitter/X @MitchCorc18 or email [email protected]

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