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Kevin Connolly & Nicole Pratt

Weather alters schedule -
Weather concerns have altered Cumberland's baseball series versus Shawnee State, moving it up a day to Thursday and Friday at Ernest L. Stockton Field-Woody Hunt Stadium.
Today's doubleheader is scheduled for a 1 p.m. first pitch.
Friday's single game is tentatively scheduled for 12 Noon, with every effort made to play sometime Friday.
This weekend marks the final regular season series of the Mid-South Conference schedule.
Campbellsville plays at the University of the Cumberlands and the University of Pikeville plays at Lindsey Wilson.
Opening round best 2-of-3 series will be hosted at higher seeds next weekend before the final four teams advance to Bowling Green, Ky., May 5-7.

Bryan 11, Cumberland 9
LEBANON -- Cumberland dropped to 23-25 on the season following Tuesday's 11-9 loss to No. 20 Bryan at Stockton Field.
The game was terminated after six innings due to rain and lightening.
Kevin Connolly paced CU with three hits (two doubles) and four RBI. Bo Saunders drove in three on a pair of hits.

CU softball update
Overnight rain and more precipitation in the forecast has canceled Cumberland's Thursday softball doubleheader at Montreat College in Montreat, N.C., the second twinbill lost this week by the Phoenix due to weather.
Cumberland (17-31-1 overall) was scheduled to play a 2 p.m. doubleheader against the Cavaliers, a make-up from a March 11 date that was canceled because of snow in North Carolina.
The Phoenix were set to play at Freed-Hardeman on Tuesday but that was canceled because of rain and Friday's originally scheduled DH at Milligan was nixed earlier this week because the Buffaloes had to schedule conference games this weekend.
CU (2-22 MSC) does not play again until Friday, April 28 in the MSC Championships at Buchanon Park in Bowling Green, Ky.

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