Georgia-Florida State Game Three Cancelled Due to Rain

Game three of the Georgia-Florida State baseball series has been cancelled due to weather, UGA announced in a release this afternoon.

Due to inclement weather, Sunday’s scheduled baseball game between Georgia and fourth-ranked Florida State has been cancelled.

The Bulldogs will be back in action Tuesday when they play host to Furman. First pitch at Foley Field is scheduled for 4 p.m.

Florida State took the series 2-0 after winning 8-3 on Friday and 10-4 on Saturday. The Diamond Dawgs have lost four straight and are 1-5 on the season so far.

Georgia hosts Furman on Tuesday (4pm ET) and Georgia State on Wednesday (5pm ET). The Bulldogs then welcome the Binghamton Bearcats for a three-game series in Athens beginning Friday afternoon at 1pm ET.

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