Weather forces Iowa-Iowa State softball to reschedule; series against OU adjusted.


Freshman catcher Kaylee Bosworth had seven put outs in the Omaha game on April 14. Iowa State fell 6-4.

Curran Mclaughlin

The forces of nature has once again has forced the final game of the Iowa Corn CyHawk series to reschedule.

With the prospect of storms Tuesday night and throughout the rest of the weekend, the ISU softball schedule has been readjusted to work around the rain.

Iowa State’s game against Iowa (13-32, 3-14 Big Ten) has been pushed back to Tuesday at 4 p.m.

Continuing the rescheduling, Iowa State’s series against No. 9 Oklahoma (38-7, 9-1 Big 12) has moved the games forward. They will play a doubleheader on Friday starting at 2:00 p.m., and the third game of the series being played at 12:00 p.m on Saturday.

Iowa State’s game against Iowa is the deciding factor in who will bring home the Cy-Hawk Series Trophy. The Hawkeyes currently lead the Cy-Hawk series 12-10.

Iowa State, which won last year’s series, will need to win to tie the series up at 12 which would allow it to keep the trophy in Ames for a third straight year.