Rain washes out Wildcats, Mavericks matchup

Junior catcher Tyler Moore runs towards third base for a homerun during the K-State vs. Santa Clara Baseball game on March 7, 2015 at Tointon Family Stadium. The Wildcats on Day 2 of the game had a victory over Santa Clara 17-5. (Cassandra Nguyen | The Collegian)

Mother Nature struck again Wednesday as rain postponed K-State baseball’s midweek matchup against Nebraska-Omaha. A makeup date has not been decided.

K-State (11-12, 0-3) had to postpone their home opener earlier this season due to snow and had the second game of its Stephen F. Austin series called off due to rain.

The Wildcats will instead pack up and head south to take on No. 12 Oklahoma State in a three-game weekend series.

“I know they just took two out of three against TCU at their place,” Cowboys junior catcher Tyler Moore said Tuesday. “It’s going to be tough for us, but we were in two out of the three games with Texas and I think we can do the same thing (with Oklahoma State).”

K-State started off conference play last weekend against No. 14 Texas, dropping all three games to the Longhorns. The Wildcats are 1-6 in true road games this season.