The University of Nebraska at Omaha will look to continue its hot start when the Mavericks host North Dakota in a nonconference doubleheader Monday.
The start of the doubleheader has been pushed back to 3 p.m. at Westside Field at Westbrook.
UNO is 25-4, and swept South Dakota State this weekend to start 3-0 in Summit League play. The series was originally scheduled for Brookings, S.D., but was moved to Omaha because of poor field conditions.
The series marked the Mavs' first time playing at home after six home games were canceled because of weather.
Pitcher Dana Elsasser, a junior from Hershey, has keyed UNO's success. The Mavs' ace is 15-4 with eight shutouts.
In the series finale against SDSU on Saturday, Elsasser allowed two hits in 10 innings while striking out 11 in UNO's 1-0 win.
Leadoff hitter Allie Mathewson, a sophomore from Papillion-La Vista South, leads the Mavs with a .390 average and 29 runs scored.