LSU Baseball Falls To ULL In Extra Innings
The up and downs for LSU Baseball continued last night in Lafayette, as the Tigers got behind, staged a comeback, and eventually fell to the University of Louisiana-Lafayette Ragin' Cajuns. Here's more on last night's game from the Louisiana Radio Network:
"UL-Lafayette ended a five game losing streak to LSU in baseball with a four to three victory over the Tigers in 10 innings. The Cajuns trailed 1-0 for the most of the game, but three consecutive bunts in the 8th inning sparked a three-run rally. Austin Bain tied the game at three with a two-run double in the ninth, but Bain suffered the loss when Jonathan Windham hit a soft single into center field to drive home the winning run."
LSU will be back at Alex Box this weekend for a three game series with Hawaii. First pitch Friday night is set for 6:30pm. You can hear LSU Baseball all season long in Shreveport and Bossier on 1130 The Tiger (1130AM KWKH).