FLUSHING, N.Y. (Mar. 24, 2018) - If you're planning to head to Queens College on Saturday (Mar. 24) for some athletic competition, the only place you'll be able to see it---thanks to Winter Storm Toby---is at the QC Tennis Center.
The Knights' home tennis match with Roberts Wesleyan is still planned to go on as scheduled for a 12 p.m. Start at the QC Tennis Center.
The Queens College baseball team was scheduled to begin East Coast Conference play this weekend with a four-game set against Saint Thomas Aquinas College---Friday/Sunday games were to be at STAC and Queens was scheduled to host a doubleheader on Saturday. The baseball schedule now reads as follows:
STAC will host Queens on Sunday (Mar. 25) in a doubleheader at Palisades Credit Union Park in Pomona, N.Y. beginning at 11 a.m. The double-dip will be two nine-inning games while Queens will take home-team duties on Monday (Mar. 26) in a doubleheader at PCU Park as well. The Knights will have a nine-inning game and a seven-inning contest to conclude the four-game series.
The Queens College women's lacrosse team saw two changes to its schedule this week, both directly affecting the Knights albeit in different circumstances. QC was set to host Roberts Wesleyan on Saturday (Mar. 24) in the team's ECC opener, but the game has been postponed to Sunday, Apr. 15 at 2:30 p.m. Additionally, the Knights' game with Jefferson University on Monday, Apr. 2 has been moved up to Saturday, Mar. 31 at noon. Jefferson will instead play a conference game against Georgian Court on Apr. 2 as the Rams-Lions tilt was originally scheduled for Wednesday (Mar. 21) but was postponed due to the weather.
The Knights were also set to open the outdoor track and field season with meets this weekend at Monmouth University on Friday (Mar. 23) and Saturday as well as a meet at St. Joseph's College on Long Island on Sunday. However, both meets have been scrapped due to residual conditions being unfavorable for competition.
Continue to check back with www.queensknights.com for the latest information as the spring season rolls on despite the winter refusing to let go.