Lincoln University Sporting Event Schedule Changes
JEFFERSON CITY -- Due to inclement weather in Mid-Missouri, the following sporting events for Lincoln University have been moved from their originally scheduled dates.
- The Lincoln softball's Thursday home games against Truman State have been postponed until April 3. Wednesday's contests at Lindenwood-Belleville have been moved until Thursday at 4:00 p.m. in Belleville, Illinois. Friday's games at Northwest Missouri are still up in the air but a decision will be made on Wednesday.
- The Lincoln baseball team's Wednesday home double header vs. Southwest Baptist has now been moved to Bolivar, Missouri. This is part of a home-and-home double header against SBU, with the two teams switching dates. Wednesday's games will count as home games for Southwest Baptist, while the April 17 double header, originally slated to be played in Bolivar, will now be played in Jefferson City with Lincoln as the home team.
- The Lincoln women's tennis team's match on Wednesday at Truman State has been postponed. A make-up date has yet to be determined. Lincoln is now slated to open the year on Saturday, as LU is set to host MIAA rival Lindenwood at the Jefferson City Country Club at 11:00 a.m. CT.
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