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Baseball Field Dedication Rescheduled

The threat of rain and thunderstorms on Saturday, April 7, has prompted the rescheduling of the planned Ray and Bea Dillard Field dedication ceremony. It will now take place Saturday, April 14, between the double-header against Limestone College at approximately 2:30 p.m.

As of Tuesday afternoon, the double-header between North Greenville and Mount Olive on April 7,  will be played as originally scheduled with first pitch at noon.

For further schedule changes check www.nguathletics.com or any of our social media pages (listen below). 

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