Remainder of Wolves Invitational Washed Out Due to Heavy Rain

Written By: Michael Brown, Assistant A.D. for Athletic Communications

Sailfish Softball Assistant Coach Ron Kotouch Advises Tommy the Bus Driver on the Best Route for Getting Back to West Palm Beach from Carollton, Georgia After Heavy Rains Caused the Cancellation of the Remainder of the Wolves Invitational. Sailfish Softball Assistant Coach Ron Kotouch Advises Tommy the Bus Driver on the Best Route for Getting Back to West Palm Beach from Carollton, Georgia After Heavy Rains Caused the Cancellation of the Remainder of the Wolves Invitational.

CAROLLTON, Ga.- Instead of waiting around another 24 hours to see if the heavy rains would clear out of the area, the University of West Georgia personnel made the understandable decision to cancel the remainder of the Wolves Invitational as the forecast projected more rains to come on Sunday. The Sailfish did come away with a pair of wins on Friday afternoon as they now stand at 13-7 on the season.



Palm Beach Atlantic claimed a pair of impressive wins on Friday over Georgia Southwestern University and the University of West Georgia by the scores of 5-1 and 8-6.

The Fish were slated to play Florida Southern College and the University of Alabama-Huntsville on Saturday while scheduled to suit up again on Sunday against the likes of the University of North Alabama and Augusta State University.

PBA will have the remainder of the week away from campus as it will be Spring Break for all Palm Beach Atlantic students. The Sailfish will return to the diamond on Tuesday, March 16th when the Fish take on Northwood University across town beginning at 2 pm for a double-header.

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