Hi 79 / Lo 65
|Volume 68, Issue 46,
Tuesday, October 29, 2002
Cougars wonit play on wet field
Cougar Sports Services
Thereill be no joy in Mudville.
The non-stop rain that has plagued Houston for more than a week forced UH baseball head coach Rayner Noble to cancel the Red-White World Series. The three-game set was scheduled for today, Wednesday and Friday.
The team would have been split into two separate squads. The Cougars have been practicing since Oct. 8, but will now end the fall session a week early.
Theyill be back on the field to begin the 2003 season at the Pepperdine Tournament in Malibu, Calif., on Feb. 7.
Noble received a contract extension through the 2003 season in September after leading the Cougars to a top 10 ranking in 2002 and the championship game o the NCAA Super Regional.
UH will be well stocked in the coming season as they return 17 letterwinners and seven starters from last seasonis squad, including 2002 Conference USA Pitcher of the Year and First Team All-American Brad Sullivan.
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