TULSA, Okla. – With the continuous threat of severe weather in the area, the Oral Roberts baseball game against Oklahoma State slated for Tuesday, April 30 at J.L. Johnson Stadium has been officially cancelled and will not be rescheduled.
Fans who purchased tickets for tonight's game are able to redeem those tickets for general admission value to any remaining 2019 ORU baseball regular season home games. The tickets can be shown at the gate and do not have to be exchanged at the box office.
For the third time in as many scheduled contests, the Golden Eagles and Cowboys were unable to take the field due to weather after the first two in Stillwater, Oklahoma, were negated.
ORU has won five-straight and nine of the last 10 meetings against its in-state rival, but will have to wait until 2020 to continue the series.
The Golden Eagles get set for their final home series of The Summit League campaign hosting Western Illinois for three games May 3-5.
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