Tulane was leading 4-3 entering the bottom of the seventh inning at Houston Friday night when bad weather caused the game to be suspended. It will resume at 4 p.m. today with Game 2 of the series to follow.

The Green Wave scored in the first inning when Brandon Boudreaux singled and stole second base, Garrett Cannizaro walked and was out on a fielder’s choice on a Nick Schneeberger ground ball. Schneeberger stole second and he and Boudreaux scored when Jeremy Schaffer doubled down the left field line.

In the second inning, Brennan Middleton moved his reached-base streak 27 games with a leadoff single and promptly stole second base for his 11th steal of the season. Boudreaux came up with one out and singled into right field to score Middleton and push the Tulane lead to 3-0.

Houston scored two runs off Tulane starting pitcher Andrew Reeves in the fifth inning when Landon Appling and Jake Runte drove in runs with two outs, but the Green Wave got a run back in the top of the sixth when Crohan doubled and eventually scored on a wild pitch to make it 4-2.

The Cougars answered back quickly in the sixth inning when John Cannon hit his first home run of the season down the left field line to end the game for Reeves. The junior tossed five innings and allowed three runs on eight hits before being relieved by Kyle McKenzie. 

Tulane has stranded seven runners on base and hit into two double plays through seven innings. The Wave has three extra-base hits and three stolen bases through the first seven innings, and the Cougars have the only home run.

When the game resumes, Houston will come to bat with no one on and zero outs. 

Source : Tulane baseball game against Houston suspended with Wave leading 4-3 – NOLA.com