College Baseball In Louisiana Gets Shuffled Due To Weather
Even though the LSU Tigers were able to get their whole game in last night, some teams around the state weren't able to complete, or even start, their games due to weather.
UL-Lafayette is on the road in North Carolina, so they were easily able to get their game in, but other teams in the state either pushed their games to start today for a double header, or had to call theirs late. Here's a roundup of last night's college baseball from the Louisiana Radio Network:
"The Ragin Cajuns fell behind 3-0 in the first inning but came back for a four to three win over Appalachian State. Daniel Lahare drove in two runs as UL Lafayette has won three straight.
ULM and Little Rock were postponed until today, so were Louisiana Tech and Charlotte and Northwestern State versus Southeastern Louisiana.
Nicholls and Incarnate Word were suspended in the 12th inning with the game tied at six, while McNeese edged UNO three to two. In the 8th inning, Carson Maxwell doubled home a run and then scored the go-ahead run by stealing home."