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Sam Richmond | NCAA.com | February 24, 2016

College baseball: George Washington, Delaware State joust during rain delay

The George Washington and Delaware State baseball teams sure know how to make the most out of a rain delay.

The two teams partook in an epic jousting competition as they waited for their Tuesday night game to begin.

However, that wasn't the only fun to be had during the delay. A few Delaware State players tried out some 2-on-2 basketball, and George Washington seniors Andy Young and Gabe Scott played some tennis before the jousting battle, according to The GW Hatchet.

The Colonials were the big winners on the day, though, claiming victory in the jousting competition and winning the actual baseball game 8-0 after it eventually got started.

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