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Tuesday's Cobber Twilight has been postponed.
Cobber Twilight postponed; California trip up next
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Updated: Thursday 04/22/2013 13:48:39 (ET)
by Jayson Hajdu, UND Athletic Media Relations
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GRAND FORKS, N.D. -- Concordia College's Cobber Twilight, in which North Dakota was scheduled to compete on Tuesday, April 23, has been postponed due to poor field conditions.

The meet may be re-scheduled for a later date.

UND's next scheduled competitions are this weekend at the UC San Diego Triton Invitational (April 26-27) and the UC Irvine Steve Scott Invitational (April 27).

Following the trip to California, UND will take part in the NDSU Tune-Up on Friday, May 3, before embarking on the Big Sky Conference Outdoor Championship May 8-11 in Portland, Ore.

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