COLUMBIA, S.C. (AP) - Heavy rain swamping Carolina Stadium postponed the second game of the NCAA super regional series between Oklahoma and South Carolina on Sunday night.
The game, which was tied 0-0 in the sixth inning, is scheduled to resume Monday, although series officials had not yet determined a time.
The two-time defending national champion Gamecocks (44-17) are a win away from their third consecutive College World Series. They beat Oklahoma 5-0 in the first game of the best-of-three series on Saturday.
Officials first brought the tarp on the field at 8:26 p.m. after Evan Mistich had struck out to end the fifth inning. A delay that included very little rain lasted for more than an hour.
About 10 minutes after the game resumed, rain began to fall again and play was called.
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