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RAIN COMES JUST IN THE NICK OF TIME FOR BASEBALL TEAM AT GEORGETOWN
BETHESDA, Md. - Spring showers wiped out UMBC's game against Georgetown on Wednesday at Shirley Povich Field.
Three outs away from an official contest, the teams left the field after the fourth for a 50 minute rain delay that solved nothing. Though no statistics count for the incomplete contest, starting pitcher Kevin Field followed his 10 strikeout performace last week against Coppin State with seven Ks in four innings of work, maintaining a no-hitter.
Georgetown led 5-0 in the fourth after connected on a fastball, driving it over the fence in right for his first collegiate home run, bringing three across the plate.
At this time there are no plans to reschedule the contest. UMBC will return home this weekend to face NEC rival St. Francis (NY).