Stormy, rainy weather postpones sport events

The spring semester is coming to a close, and, with it, for the most part, comes the end of college sports’ seasons.


After having the final game of a three-game series with the Air Force Falcons canceled, the Horned Frogs (23-9, 7-1) still hold on to a one-game lead in the Mountain West Conference above the BYU Cougars. The team is still in middle of a road trip, which will end against the UNLV Rebels on Sunday. Senior right fielder Austin Adams is tied for the team lead in home runs with six and has 32 RBI following the close of the Air Force series.


The Flyin’ Frogs’ performance in the Texas Relays was cut short because of inclement weather last weekend. Junior thrower Joe Brown had an NCAA Regional qualifying mark in javelin during the meet with a throw of 62.26 meters. The next meet will be April 14 when half the team will travel to the Mount Sac Relays in Walnut, Calif., and the remaining members will go to Denton for the North Texas Invitational.


Tuesday’s match against the Rice Owls in Houston was canceled because of rainy weather. The squad is making strides this season in doubles play led by the No. 23 ranked duo of senior Cosmin Cotet and sophomore Kriegler Brink. Three matches against conference opponents are scheduled for this coming weekend on home courts. The Horned Frogs are 2-1 in conference in a tie for second place.


Following a 4-3 loss to the BYU Cougars, the tennis team is 4-1 in conference play. The team will take to the skies this weekend for three matches in Albuquerque, N.M., against Mountain West opponents.


The final round of the U.S. Collegiate Championships is taking place today in Alpharetta, Ga. After the first day of competition the team was in 13th place out of 15 spots. During the second round of play, the No. 28 Horned Frogs moved up and down through the standings and were as high as eighth place. By the day’s end, the team was back in 13th place two spots behind BYU. Wednesday’s results are available through a live update on


Last weekend at the BYU Dixie Classic, the Horned Frogs sealed a second place finish in the tourney. The team was six strokes behind conference rival BYU. The Dixie Classic was the final tournament the team played in before it heads off to the Mountain West Conference Championships in St. George Utah during the weekend of April 19 to 21.