Play will resume with Georgia Tech on top of NC State, 2-0, in the bottom of the first inning. The Jackets plated runs on a RBI triple to centerfield by senior Tony Plagman, and a sacrifice fly to left-center by sophomore Matt Skole in the top of the first before lightning and heavy rain suspended the ballgame.
All games can be heard on WREK 91.1 FM, and will be televised live on FS South.
Saturday's three regularly-scheduled games will follow the completion of Game 9. Fourth-seeded Miami will face top-seeded Virginia in the second game of the day, which will begin approximately 45 minutes after the completion of Game 9.
Game 11 between second-seeded Clemson and Georgia Tech will begin 45 minutes after the completion of Game 10. NC State gets back into action in the final game of the day, facing sixth-seeded Virginia Tech in Game 12, approximately 45 minutes following completion of the Clemson-Georgia Tech contest.
The championship game is still scheduled for Sunday at 1 pm.