Linsey Craig, UVU Athletics
Senior Day was cut short for Utah Valley University when its WAC season finale against New Mexico State was washed out in the top of the second inning.
Conditions were deemed unplayable with the score tied at 2-2 and one away in the second after a steady rainfall pounded Wolverine Field for much of the morning.
The game will not be made up.
With the WAC season now over, UVU (14-36, 5-9 WAC) will turn its attention to the WAC Tournament, which begins May 8 in Seattle. The Wolverines will hold the four seed and face Bakersfield in the first round on Thursday, May 8 at 12 p.m. MT.
NM State (28-21, 10-4 WAC) will be the tournament's top seed.
UVU still has four games left in the regular season, though, as it will hit the road and face No. 1 ranked Oregon on Tuesday in a doubleheader. The Wolverines then return to the state of Utah to close the regular season at BYU in another twinbill on May 6.
Kellen Hiser is an assistant sports information director at Utah Valley University. For more information on Wolverine athletics, visit WolverineGreen.com.
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