Carrying their 20 playoff-game winning streak into the scoreless sixth inning of Sunday night’s NCAA Super-Regional in Columbia, the Gamecocks and Sooners’ second game was halted for a little more than 1 hour for rain.
As the field was finally ready to play, the Gamecocks threatened to score but failed to capitalize in the top of the sixth before the skies opened up once again. The game was suspended until 4 p.m. Monday.
Conway product Colby Holmes allowed only one hit in his five innings of work. He had some control issue in the third inning but was able to strand both batters he walked in the frame.
South Carolina managed only two hits and will see a new pitcher when Game 2 resumes today at 4. Game 3 will be held shortly after the conclusion of the suspended game, if necessary.