TULSA, Okla. – Tonight's Summit League Baseball Championship game between Oral Roberts and South Dakota State has been officially postponed due to extreme weather that came through the area.
The game is pushed back until a time to be determined Thursday as a lightning strike hit the stadium and knocked out power, while multiple tornado warnings prevented the game from being played.
The contest at noon between the Golden Eagles and Jackrabbits will require fans to have game two tickets for entry. Fans with printed tickets can bring them to the main J.L. Johnson Stadium gate for entry. Fans who had Flash Seat tickets for game two will need to go to the J.L. Johnson Stadium box office to confirm their account and will receive printed tickets for the game.
After game two is completed, the stadium will be cleared and fans with game three tickets will be able to enter once gates are re-opened.
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