PULLMAN, Wash. - Fresh off a series victory at Arizona to open Pac-12 play, the Washington State baseball team contineues its nine-game road trip, Tuesday.
The Cougars will play a two-game series at San Diego, Tuesday-Wednesday with first pitch scheduled at 6 p.m. for both games.
The Toreros (14-4) are nationally-ranked in all four polls, including being No. 17 according to Collegiate Baseball. The Cougars (6-9) are in the midst of a nine-game road trip. Following the stop in San Diego, Washington State will play a three-game Pac-12 series at UCLA, Friday-Sunday and conclude the trip with a nonconference game at Cal State Northridge, Monday.
The game against the Matadors replaces a game from Feb. 28 between the schools that was originally cancelled due to rain.