|Fri, Feb 18||vs||Maine||13 – 1|
|Sat, Feb 19||vs||Maine||17 – 8|
|Sun, Feb 20||vs||Maine|
|Wed, Feb 23||at||Louisiana Tech|
|Fri, Feb 25||vs||Towson|
|Sat, Feb 26||vs||Southern|
|Sun, Feb 27||vs||Towson|
|Sun, Feb 27||vs||Southern|
|Wed, Mar 2||vs||New Orleans|
|Fri, Mar 4||at||Oklahoma||Shriners College Classic, Houston, TX|
|Sat, Mar 5||at||Texas||Shriners College Classic, Houston, TX|
|Sun, Mar 6||vs||Baylor||Shriners College Classic, Houston, TX|
|Tue, Mar 8||vs||McNeese|
|Fri, Mar 11||vs||Bethune-Cookman|
|Sat, Mar 12||vs||Bethune-Cookman|
|Sun, Mar 13||vs||Bethune-Cookman|
|Tue, Mar 15||vs||Tulane|
|Fri, Mar 18||vs||Texas A M|
|Sat, Mar 19||vs||Texas A M|
|Sun, Mar 20||vs||Texas A M|
|Tue, Mar 22||vs||Louisiana Tech|
|Fri, Mar 25||at||Florida|
|Sat, Mar 26||at||Florida|
|Sun, Mar 27||at||Florida|
|Tue, Mar 29||vs||UL Monroe|
|Thu, Mar 31||vs||Auburn|
|Fri, Apr 1||vs||Auburn|
|Sat, Apr 2||vs||Auburn|
|Tue, Apr 5||vs||Grambling|
|Fri, Apr 8||at||Mississippi State|
|Sat, Apr 9||at||Mississippi State|
|Sun, Apr 10||at||Mississippi State|
|Tue, Apr 12||vs||Lamar|
|Thu, Apr 14||at||Arkansas|
|Fri, Apr 15||at||Arkansas|
|Sat, Apr 16||at||Arkansas|
|Tue, Apr 19||vs||Louisiana||Wally Pontiff Jr. Classic, Baton Rouge, LA|
|Thu, Apr 21||vs||Missouri|
|Fri, Apr 22||vs||Missouri|
|Sat, Apr 23||vs||Missouri|
|Tue, Apr 26||at||New Orleans|
|Fri, Apr 29||vs||Georgia|
|Sat, Apr 30||vs||Georgia|
|Sun, May 1||vs||Georgia|
|Tue, May 3||vs||Nicholls|
|Fri, May 6||at||Alabama|
|Sat, May 7||at||Alabama|
|Sun, May 8||at||Alabama|
|Tue, May 10||vs||Southeastern Louisiana|
|Fri, May 13||vs||Ole Miss|
|Sat, May 14||vs||Ole Miss|
|Sun, May 15||vs||Ole Miss|
|Tue, May 17||vs||Northwestern State|
|Thu, May 19||at||Vanderbilt|
|Fri, May 20||at||Vanderbilt|
|Sat, May 21||at||Vanderbilt|
By The Numbers
Air Force against. Navy Air Force won 6-1 in Baton Rouge, Louisiana (Alex Box Stadium and Skip Bertman Field). The game was played at Baton Rouge, Louisiana (Alex Box Stadium and Skip Bertman Field). Louisiana Tech is a public university in the state of Louisiana. Baton Rouge, La. (Alex Box Stadium and Skip Bertman Field)W,16-7 at Baton Rouge, La. UL-Lafayette The M.L. “Tigue” Moore Field in Russo Park is located in Lafayette, Louisiana. Youngstown State defeated by a score of 11-2 Youngstown State defeated Baton Rouge (Alex Box Stadium and Skip Bertman Field) 6-2 in Baton Rouge.
(Alex Box Stadium, Skip Bertman Field): The Nicholls were defeated 14-0 in Baton Rouge.
- (Alex Box Stadium, Skip Bertman Field) W, 16-1 vs.
- Baton Rouge, La.
- (Alex Box Stadium, Skip Bertman Field)L,1-3vs.Texas Southern Baton Rouge, La.
- (Maestri Field at Privateer Park)W,5-0vs.UTSA Baton Rouge, La.
- (Alex Box Stadium, Skip Bertman Field)W,10-9 (13)vs.International Tiebreaker UTSABaton Rouge, La.
- (Alex Box Stadium, Skip Bertman Field)W,10-7vs.Mississippi StateBaton Rouge, La.
- (Alex Box Stadium, Skip Bertman Field)L,0-3vs.Mississippi StateBaton Rouge, La.
(Greer Field at Turchin Stadium) (Greer Field at Turchin Stadium) Canceledat Tennessee Knoxville, Tenn.
CT Tennessee Knoxville, Tenn.
(Lindsey Nelson Stadium)L,2-3 (8)vs.South Alabama Baton Rouge, La.
(Alex Box Stadium, Skip Bertman Field)L,1-13vs.VanderbiltBaton Rouge, La.
Start Delayed from 2 p.m.
(Alex Box Stadium, Skip Bertman Field)L,4-5vs.McNeese StateBaton Rouge, La.
(Kentucky Proud Park)W,15-2at Originally Scheduled for 1 p.m.
(Kentucky Proud Park)W,8-6at KentuckyLexington, Ky.
Grambling State Baton Rouge, La.
South Carolina Baton Rouge, La.
South Carolina Baton Rouge, Louisiana (Alex Box Stadium, Skip Bertman Field) Postponedvs.Scheduled for 7-Innings South Carolina (G2) (G2) Baton Rouge, La.
Scheduled for 7-Innings South Carolina Baton Rouge, La.
ULMBaton Rouge, La.
(Oxford-University Stadium/Swayze Field)W,5-4at Ole MissOxford, Miss.
(Oxford-University Stadium/Swayze Field)L,9-10vs.
(Alex Box Stadium, Skip Bertman Field)W,7-0vs.
(Alex Box Stadium, Skip Bertman Field)L,0-7vs.
(Alex Box Stadium, Skip Bertman Field)L,10-17vs.Arkansas Baton Rouge, La.
Originally Scheduled May 4 Southern Baton Rouge, La.
(Hitchcock Field at Plainsman Park)W,8-3atAuburn Auburn, Ala.
(Hitchcock Field at Plainsman Park) (Hitchcock Field at Plainsman Park) L,1-2vs.Louisiana Tech Baton Rouge, La.
(Alex Box Stadium, Skip Bertman Field)W,2-1vs.Alabama Baton Rouge, La.
(Alex Box Stadium, Skip Bertman Field)W,13-5vs.Northwestern State Baton Rouge, La.
(Alex Box Stadium, Skip Bertman Field)L,3-5at Texas A MBryan-College Station, Texas (Olsen Field at Blue Bell Park)L,1-2at Texas A MBryan-College Station, Texas (Olsen Field at Blue Bell Park)W,12-6 (13)at Texas A MBryan-College Station, Texas (Olsen Field at Blue Bell Park)W,8-2
L, 1-4, vs. GeorgiaHoover, Ala. (Hoover Metropolitan Stadium)
Vs.Gonzaga Eugene, Ore. (PK Park): Central Connecticut State loses 0-3 in Eugene. Eugene, Ore. (PK Park) W, 6-5 vs. Portland, Ore. Gonzaga Eugene, Ore. (PK Park) W, 9-4 vs. Washington Oregon Oregon defeated Eugene, Ore. (PK Park) 4-1. Eugene, Ore. (PK Park) W, 9-8 vs. Portland, Ore. 3 The state of Tennessee Lindsey Nelson Stadium in Knoxville, Tenn., was the site of the game’s first loss (2-4). 3 The state of Tennessee The Lindsey Nelson Stadium in Knoxville, Tenn., hosted the L,6-15 game.
Oregon vs. LSU – Box Score – June 7, 2021 – ESPN
|1st||G. Dugas homered to center, T. Morgan scored.||2|
|2nd||S. Novitske doubled to deep right center, A. Hall scored.||1||2|
|2nd||S. Olsson hit sacrifice fly to center, S. Novitske scored.||2||2|
|3rd||A. Zavala homered to left, K. Yovan scored.||4||2|
|4th||T. Smith singled to center, S. Olsson scored, G. Grant to third.||5||2|
|4th||G. Dugas homered to left.||5||3|
|4th||D. Bianco scored on A. Mosiello’s wild pitch.||5||4|
|6th||D. Bianco homered to left center, C. Doughty scored.||5||6|
|7th||K. Yovan homered to center, T. Smith scored.||7||6|
|8th||C. Beloso grounded into fielder’s choice to first, G. Dugas scored, C. Doughty to third.||7||7|
|8th||C. Doughty scored, C. Beloso to second on balk by K. Somers.||7||8|
|8th||J. Thompson singled to center, C. Doughty scored, W. Safford scored advancing on play.||7||9|
|9th||J. Kasevich grounded out to third, A. Zavala scored, B. Boettcher to second.||8||9|
No. 16 Louisiana Tech vs. LSU baseball video highlights, score on Tuesday night
Erik Hall, Monroe News-Star, Monroe, Louisiana On Tuesday, May 11, the LSU and Louisiana Tech baseball teams will square off in a non-conference matchup in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. In seven innings, LSU beat Louisiana Tech 16-8. When lightning struck the ballpark in the bottom of the seventh inning, the game was called. LA Tech, who was ranked No. 16 in the USA Today Baseball Coaches Poll, finished the season with a record of 33-13. LSU moves to 30-18 on the season. The following are the most notable plays from the game.
LSU’s Braden Doughty 2-RBI triple
The seventh out is a home run in our book. Following a review, B. Doughty triples to add two more points. 8 – Louisiana Tech 15 – LSU — LSU Baseball (@LSUbaseball)May 12, 2021 Home the bottom of the seventh inning, LSU catcherBraden Doughty blasted a triple off the left-field wall that scored in Gavin Dugas and Zach Arnold. The two runs helped LSU to a 15-8 victory over Louisiana Tech.
LSU’s Tre’ Morgan RBI single
B5 |@tre [email protected] belosohome, and we’ve reclaimed the initiative. LSU defeats LA Tech 8 to 9. : — Louisiana State University Baseball (@LSUbaseball) The date is May 12, 2021. Tre’ Morgan, the LSU first baseman, knocked an infield single to the left side, bringing in Cade Beloso to the plate. In the bottom of the fifth inning, the run gave LSU a 9-8 advantage against Louisiana Tech.
LA Tech’s Taylor Young 2-RBI single
2 strikes are thrown. 2 outs in a row. 2 runs have been scored! Young brings the game to a close with a two-run single in the fifth inning! —14 Diamond Dogs (@LATechBSB) —JunkyardDogs pic.twitter.com/8X5LabveAb —14 Diamond Dogs (@LATechBSB) The date is May 12, 2021. The second baseman for Louisiana Tech In the top of the fifth inning, Taylor Young produced a single to center field that brought in Steele Netterville and Cole McConnell. The two runs brought the game to an 8-8 draw with LSU.
LSU’s Mitchell Sanford 2-RBI single
End of fourth quarter | Tigers seize the lead! @Mitchell 4 C. Doughty and @gavin dugas04 are now on the board after a two-run single with two outs. Los Angeles Tech – 6; LSU – 8 — LSU Baseball (@LSUbaseball) — SECN+pic.twitter.com/FTFipMLHZm— LSU Baseball (@LSUbaseball) The date is May 11, 2021. In the bottom of the fourth inning, LSU center fielder Mitchell Sanford knocked a single up the middle that drove in Gavin Dugas and Cade Doughty. With those two runs, LSU took an 8-6 lead against Louisiana Tech.
LSU’s Dylan Crews RBI single
LSU – 4 Tech 6: SECN+pic.twitter.com/saWdXobktU B4 | DC RBILA Tech 6: SECN+ — Louisiana State University Baseball (@LSUbaseball) The date is May 11, 2021.
In the bottom of the fourth inning, LSU right fielder Dylan Crews delivered a single to right field that drove in Cade Beloso from second base with one out. It narrowed the gap between LA Tech and its opponents to 6-4.
LA Tech’s Jorge Corona solo home run
There is only one pitch. This is a ONE-TIME THING. Jorge begins the fourth inning with a no-doubter to to center that travels 405 feet! —14 Diamond Dogs (@LATechBSB) —JunkyardDogs pic.twitter.com/WRRYekchzr —JunkyardDogs pic.twitter.com/WRRYekchzr The date is May 11, 2021. Jorge Corona, a catcher for Louisiana Tech, smashed a single home run over the left-field fence. In the top of the fourth inning, it gave LA Tech a 5-3 lead over the opposition.
LSU’s Gavin Dugas RBI single
B3 | They Were Also [email protected] [email protected] dugas04 @DrewBianco8 is able to score on an RBI single. LA Tech wins 4-1 over LSU. : — Louisiana State University Baseball (@LSUbaseball) The date is May 11, 2021. In the bottom of the third inning, LSU left fielderGavin Dugashit a single back up the middle that drove inDrew Bianco with a sacrifice fly. Los Angeles Tech now leads by four points.
LA Tech’s Manny Garcia RBI double
T3 |14 LSU defeats LA Tech Double-Double 0Double-Double With no one out of the third, back-to-back Diamond Dog doubles help us stretch our lead even more! Dogs from the Junkyard (pic.twitter.com/CXp02XbbT9) —14 Diamond Dogs (@LATechBSB) (@LATechBSB) The date is May 11, 2021. First baseman for Louisiana Tech Parker Batesin was promoted to second base after Manny Garcia knocked a double to left-center field in the third inning. The run by Bates gave LA Tech a 4-0 lead over LSU.
LSU’s Zach Arnold double
B2 | Dr. [email protected] arnold2| : SECN+pic.twitter.com/4gILvijhgB B2 | Dr. [email protected] arnold2| — Louisiana State University Baseball (@LSUbaseball)May 11, 2021 In the bottom of the second inning, LSU pinch hitter Zach Arnold blasted a double to left-center field to give the Tigers the lead.
LSU’s Dylan Crews makes diving catch
Midway through the second | Dylan dives for it, and we’re up to bat. LA Tech wins 3 to nil over LSU. — Louisiana State University Baseball (@LSUbaseball)May 11, 2021 Dylan Crews, a right fielder for Louisiana State University, makes a diving grab on a ball hit by LA Tech’s Hunter Wells. The grab by Crews brought the top of the second inning to a close.
LA Tech’s Hunter Wells scores on passed ball
T1 |14 LSU defeats LA Tech 0 We’ll take it! After a groundout assists in the scoring of Young, Wells crosses the plate from third on a passed ball! ‘Dogs take the lead in Baton Rouge early on! JunkyardDogs pic.twitter.com/sMftO4OrVZ —14 Diamond Dogs (@LATechBSB) —14 Diamond Dogs (@LATechBSB) The date is May 11, 2021. The third baseman for Louisiana Tech Hunter Wells scored on a passed ball in the top of the first inning on a pitch toSteele Netterville, which was hit by a fastball from the pitcher.
LA Tech’s Parker Bates loads the bases
LSU 0Bases |14 |14 |14 |14 LA Tech 0Bases Parker hits to center field to load the bases for Garcia with no one out in the seventh inning.
Dogs in the Junkyard (pic.twitter.com/IibyzkruwS) —14 Diamond Dogs (@LATechBSB) (@LATechBSB) The date is May 11, 2021. Parker Bates, a center fielder for Louisiana Tech, hit a single to center field in the first inning to put the team on the board.
Here’s more LSU, LA Tech baseball news:
- Baseball, Louisiana Tech vs. LSU: How to watch the No. 16 Louisiana Tech vs. LSU baseball game live stream, game time, and radio broadcast
- One of the top leadoff hitters in baseball is Louisiana Tech’s Taylor Young, who has been described as “a dirtbag and a grinder.” If LSU baseball defeats RPI No. 24 Louisiana Tech, the Tigers will have a better chance of making the NCAA tournament.
- Lane Burroughs is the head coach of the Louisiana Tech baseball team. Paul Mainieri is the head coach of the LSU baseball team. Erik Hall is the chief digital producer for sports for the USA Today Network. He has worked for the network since 2007. If you want to connect with him, you may do so on [email protected], FacebookTwitterEmail, and LinkedIn.
Tennessee Vols vs. LSU baseball video highlights, score in Saturday’s NCAA Tournament game
On Saturday, June 12, the Tennessee Vols and the LSU Tigers will square off in the Knoxville Super Regional of the NCAA Tournament in the year 2021. Tennessee beat LSU by a score of 4-2. The Tennessee Vols, who were seeded third, improved to 49-16 overall. LSU finished with an overall record of 38-24. Tennessee and LSU will play in Game 2 of the SEC Championship on Sunday at 3 p.m. ET/2 p.m. CT. Here are some of the more memorable plays from Saturday’s game.
Vols get LSU on strikeout, caught stealing
Vols pitcher Sean Hunley struck out Tre’ Morgan to finish the top of the eighth inning, and Vols catcher Connor Pavolony threw out Dylan Crews as he attempted to steal second base to close off the game.
LSU’s Ma’Khail Hilliard throws strikeout
Ma’Khail Hilliard, the starting pitcher for LSU, struck out Tennessee’s Connor Pavolony to bring the bottom of the fifth inning to a close.
LSU’s Cade Beloso steals third base, scores
In the top of the fifth inning, LSU designated hitter Cade Belosostole reached third base and scored as a result of a throwing error by Tennessee catcher Connor Pavolony. LSU took the lead for the first time on Beloso’s run.
UT’s Max Ferguson diving catch
A ball hit by LSU’s Alex Milazzo was caught in center field by Tennessee second baseman Max Ferguson, who dived to his right. The grab came in the top of the third inning.
LSU’s Cade Doughty solo home run
Third baseman for the LSU Tigers In the top of the second inning, Cade Doughty launched a single home run over the right-field fence in right field. The home run by Doughty gave LSU a 1-0 lead over Tennessee in the series opener.
Here’s more Tennessee, LSU baseball news:
- Information on how to watch the Tennessee Vols vs. LSU baseball game on television and live online in the 2021 NCAA Tournament
- Landon Marceaux has been promoted to the position of ace in LSU baseball. Place in the rotation for Landon Marceaux against Tennessee in the NCAA Tournament
- Tony Vitello: The state of Tennessee’s Tony Vitello has a baseball from Omaha in his office. Much more than that is implied by the phrase: In this article, we’ll look at who will be umpiring the Tennessee Vols against LSU baseball game on Saturday in the NCAA Tournament.
- Information on how to watch the Tennessee Vols vs. LSU baseball game on television and live online in the 2021 NCAA Tournament Landon Marceaux has been promoted to the position of ace pitcher for Louisiana State University baseball. Place in rotation for Landon Marceaux against Tennessee in the NCAA Tournament
- Tony Vitello: Tony Vitello, of the University of Tennessee, has a baseball from Omaha in his office. It entails much more than just that. In this article, we’ll look at who will be umpiring the Tennessee Vols vs. LSU baseball game on Saturday.
LSU baseball falls to Tennessee in Saturday’s NCAA Tournament super regional opener
- After spending the better part of last weekend in “win or go home” mindset, LSU baseball is back in that mode this week. The Tigers were defeated by Tennessee, 4-2, in a super regional on Saturday night in Knoxville. They will play an elimination game against the Vols on Sunday at Lindsey Nelson Stadium at 2 p.m. CT on ESPN2. During a three-day span last Saturday through Monday in Eugene, Oregon, LSU (38-24) defeated four elimination games to advance to the super regional stage of the NCAA Tournament. One win away from earning the Volunteers’ first trip to the College World Series since 2005, Tennessee (49-16). GUILBEAU GAME COLUMN: The Louisiana State University baseball team’s super regional opening had gone just as planned. till the sixth inning of the game HOW TO WATCH: The start time for the LSU versus. Tennessee baseball game in the Knoxville Super Regional has been announced.’NASTY’ AMENDS: LSU’s ‘NASTY’ AMENDS: After the Tigers were swept by Tennessee in March, LSU baseball coach Paul Mainieri apologized to the Volunteers’ fans for calling them “mean.” LSU’s star pitcher, junior right-hander Landon Marceaux (7-6, 2.44 ERA), will face freshman right-hander Blade Tidwell in the first game of the series (9-3, 3.25 ERA). After winning the first two games in a row, the Tigers will be forced to play a third game in a best-of-three format on Monday at 11 a.m or 2 p.m. ET (ESPN2 or ESPNU). PITCHING ROTATION: Landon Marceaux, the star pitcher for LSU baseball, has been saved for Sunday’s game against Tennessee in the NCAA Tournament. The Tigers held a 2-1 lead into the bottom of the sixth inning, when the Volunteers scored three runs on two hits and two walks against Javen Coleman, who entered the game in relief of starter Ma’Khail Hilliard and opened the inning. Following a strikeout, Coleman walked Max Ferguson before allowing Jake Rucker to drive in two runs with an RBI double to tie the game at 2-2. Tennessee took a 3-2 lead on a Luc Lipcius fielder’s choice grounder, and Jordan Beck drove in another run with a single to make it a 4-2. Cade Doughty’s two-run home run against Tennessee starter Chad Dallas gave LSU a 1-0 lead in the second inning of the game. Beck singled off Hilliard and scored after two groundouts to tie the game at one in the third inning after a 50-minute rain delay. The Tigers grabbed a 2-1 lead in the fifth inning on a single by Drew Bianco, who advanced to second on a ground ball by Cade Beloso, stole third, and scored on a throwing error to third by catcher Connor Pavolony in the sixth. A single by Dylan Crews started the LSU eighth, but Zach Arnold and Tre Morgan both struck out, and Crews was caught stealing at second base for the third out of the inning. Gavin Dugas singled to start the ninth inning for LSU, and Doughty appeared to be on his way to tying the game with a home drive to right. However, it perished while waiting for an exit on the warning track. As a result of Bianco’s single, Dugas advanced to second, putting Cade Beloso into the game with the tying runs on and one out. The game was eventually ended when Beloso grounded out to first and Jordan Thompson struck out to finish it.
Rewinding Oregon Ducks’ 9-8 loss to LSU Tigers in NCAA baseball regional final
EUGENE, OREGON — We were there to witness No. 14 seed Oregon fall to No. 8 seed LSU 9-8 in a winner-take-all regional final on Monday night at PK Park. The Ducks (39-16) held a 7-6 lead after 7.5 innings, but surrendered three runs in the bottom of the eighth inning. The Tigers (38-23) avoided elimination on four occasions and defeated the Ducks twice to progress to a Super Regional against No. 3 Tennessee next weekend in Knoxville. According to Bovada, Oregon was a 1.5-run favorite with a -180/+150 moneyline and a 10.5-run over/under on the game.
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- Single through the left side by Aaron Zavala (1-3; BB; 2 HR; 2 RBI; R; 2 K) to bring home the second run.
- LSU wins 9-8 on an RBI groundout to third by Josh Kasevich (1-4, CS, GIDP, K).
- Sam Novitske (1-4, 2B, RBI, SB, R) fights to remain alive, but his fly out to right misses the mark.
- After a 1-1 pitch to Cade Doughty (2-3, 2B, R), the mound convenes after Doughty chops a double to right.
- Cade Beloso (0-3, 2 K) reaches on a fielder’s choice 5-2, the runner is safe at home, and the game is tied at seven each.
Kolby Somers checks on first too many times and finally balks, allowing LSU to take an 8-7 lead against the Tigers.
Alex Milazzo (0-3, K) gets the ball out of the park.
Sam Olsson (2-2, SF, RBI, R) is struck out in the first inning.
Tanner Smith (1-4, RBI, R) hit an opposite field single to the left side of the field.
7th Bottom line: Kolby Somers steps in to make a game-saving play.
Dylan Crews (0-3, K) takes the ball out of the park.
Tanner Smith makes a superb running grab on Tre’ Morgan’s (1-3, R) fly out to the left side.
Tanner Smith (1-3, RBI) grounds to shortstop, E6 on a difficult hop to start the game.
Aaron Zavala (1-2, BB, HR, 2 RBI, R, K) is thrown out in the first inning.
Josh Kasevich (1-3, CS, GIDP) is out due to a strikeout.
After being hit by a pitch on the 0-2 count by Anthony Hall (1-3, R, 2 K), pinch runner Colby Shade comes in to score.
Gavin Dugas (2-2, 2 HR, 3 RBI, 2 R) grounds out to first base in the sixth inning, marking the first time Oregon has kept him out of the infield on a ball put in play.
Drew Bianco (1-2, SB, R) hits a two-run home drive to left-center field to make the score 6-5 for LSU.
Jordan Thompson (0-1, BB) is out on a fly ball.
A fly out to foul area in right field by Sam Novitske (1-2, 2B, RBI, SB, R) ends the inning.
Olsson moves up to second place after a wayward pitch.
5th Bottom: Oregon’s Isaac Ayon is in the lineup.
Zach Arnold (0-2) is thrown out in the first inning.
LSU’s Will Hellmers has been named to the team.
Gabe Matthews (0-2, K) takes the field.
The bottom of the fourth inning sees Gavin Dugas (1-1 with a home run, two RBI, and a run scored) smack a single drive to left over the back wall of the bullpen, putting Oregon up 5-3.
Drew Bianco (0-1) hits a ground ball up the middle.
Cade Beloso (0-1, K) strikes out, Bianco steals, and Oregon challenges, but the call is upheld and the decision is correct.
Jordan Thompson (0-1) is given the opportunity to walk.
Anthony Hall (1-1, R) is struck out in the first inning.
Sam Olsson (0-0, SF, RBI) drives in a run with a chop single up the middle of the infield.
Tanner Smith (0-2) singles up the middle on a 1-2 pitch, making the score 5-2 for Oregon.
3rd Bottom: Dylan Crews (0-1) grounds out to second, and Gavin Grant’s lethargic speed almost resulted in Grant being passed by Crews.
Tre’ Morgan (1-1, R) grounds out to second base on a ground ball.
LSU’s Michael Fowler has been named to the team.
Kenyon Yovan (0-1) takes the field.
Gabe Matthews (0-1) gets the ball out of the park.
A 1-1 pitch to Anthony Hall was intercepted by Kasevich, who scored (1-1, R) Cade Beloso is struck out in the second bottom.
Alex Milazzo flies out to the center of the field.
LSU’s new coach, Ty Floyd, is shown at the top of this page.
Anthony Hall hits a single to the right side of the field.
Novitske steals third on a 1-2 pitch to Sam Olsson, who blasts a fly ball to right-center, but Drew Bianco makes a diving grab to keep the game tied at 2.
On a 3-2 pitch, Gavin Grant is struck out by the pitcher.
Zach Arnold throws a ground ball to shortstop.
A 2-run home rune off the top of the batter’s eye in center field puts LSU up 2-0.
Cade Doughty hits a double off the wall in the left-center corner of the court.
Tanner Smith grounds out to first base to start the game.
Aaron Zavala rallies from a 2-0 deficit to earn a walk.
– The Oregon starting lineup Tanner Smith is a member of the LFK.
Gabe Matthews – 1st baseman osh Kasevich is a member of the SS Anthony Hall is a cancer survivor.
LSU’s starting lineup Dylan Crews – RFZach Arnold – 2BT Dylan Crews – RFZach Arnold – 2BT Morgan’s case – 1BG Vin Dugas – LFCade Doughty – 3BD avin Dugas – 3BD rew Bianco – CFCade Beloso – DH rew Bianco – CFCade Beloso Jordan Thompson is a defensive back.
Alex Milazzo – CMa’Khail Hilliard (6-0, 4.66 ERA) – CMa’Khail Hilliard – P – Please keep in mind that if you purchase something after clicking on one of our affiliate links, we may receive a fee.
Demon Baseball History vs LSU
The 18th of May, 2021, at 3 p.m.
Longest Win Streak
2 Games (March 12th, 2019 – May 18th, 2021)
Longest Losing Streak
There will be two games played from 3/12/2019 until 5/18/2021.
L 6-164/1990 (L 6-164/1990)
Last 10 Matchups
Largest Margin of Victory
W 12-63-2/1999 (Wednesday, February 12th, 1999)
Smallest Margin of Victory
W 6-54-3/1996 (Wednesday, March 3rd, 1996)
|May 18, 20215/18/2021||2021||AwayBaton Rouge, LA||W 7 – 3|
|March 12, 20193/12/2019||2019||HomeNatchitoches||W 3 – 1|
|June 3, 20186/3/2018||2018||NeutralCorvallis, Ore.||L 5 – 9|
|May 15, 20185/15/2018||2018||AwayBaton Rouge||L 5 – 9|
|May 16, 20175/16/2017||2017||AwayBaton Rouge||L 3 – 9|
|May 17, 20165/17/2016||2016||AwayBaton Rouge, LA||L 2 – 7|
|April 8, 20154/8/2015||2015||AwayBaton Rouge, LA||L 6 – 9|
|May 13, 20145/13/2014||2014||AwayBaton Rouge||L 0 – 27|
|March 6, 20143/6/2014||2014||HomeNatchitoches||L 1 – 8|
|March 20, 20133/20/2013||2013||AwayBaton Rouge||L 1 – 2|
|March 14, 20123/14/2012||2012||AwayBaton Rouge||L 0 – 13|
|April 12, 20114/12/2011||2011||AwayBaton Rouge||W 5 – 2|
|April 21, 20104/21/2010||2010||AwayBaton Rouge||L 6 – 8|
|April 20, 20104/20/2010||2010||HomeFAIR GROUNDS FIELD – SHREVEPORT||L 3 – 14|
|March 17, 20093/17/2009||2009||AwayBaton Rouge||L 1 – 2|
|March 25, 20083/25/2008||2008||AwayBaton Rouge||L 3 – 10|
|February 21, 20072/21/2007||2007||AwayBaton Rouge, LA||L 2 – 6|
|April 11, 20064/11/2006||2006||AwayBaton Rouge, LA||(7)L 0 – 12|
|June 5, 20056/5/2005||2005||NeutralNatchitoches||L 4 – 12|
|April 12, 20054/12/2005||2005||AwayBaton Rouge, LA||L 2 – 19|
|April 9, 20034/9/2003||2003||HomeNatchitoches||L 4 – 6|
|February 9, 20032/9/2003||2003||AwayBaton Rouge, LA||L 3 – 5|
|February 8, 20032/8/2003||2003||AwayBaton Rouge, LA||L 5 – 10|
|February 7, 20032/7/2003||2003||AwayBaton Rouge, LA||L 1 – 2|
|April 18, 20014/18/2001||2001||HomeNatchitoches||W 10 – 8|
|April 17, 20014/17/2001||2001||AwayBaton Rouge, LA||L 7 – 9|
|April 25, 20004/25/2000||2000||AwayBaton Rouge, LA||L 0 – 13|
|March 2, 19993/2/1999||1999||AwayBaton Rouge, LA||W 12 – 6|
|March 24, 19983/24/1998||1998||AwayBaton Rouge, LA||L 3 – 6|
|April 23, 19974/23/1997||1997||AwayBaton Rouge, LA||L 5 – 11|
|April 3, 19964/3/1996||1996||AwayBaton Rouge, LA||W 6 – 5|
|April 2, 19964/2/1996||1996||AwayBaton Rouge, LA||W 10 – 5|
|March 22, 19953/22/1995||1995||NeutralAlexandria, LA||(10)L 7 – 8|
|February 21, 19952/21/1995||1995||AwayBaton Rouge, LA||L 5 – 16|
|February 22, 19942/22/1994||1994||AwayBaton Rouge, LA||L 5 – 11|
|April 6, 19934/6/1993||1993||NeutralAlexandria, LA||W 6 – 5|
|February 22, 19932/22/1993||1993||AwayBaton Rouge, LA||L 3 – 8|
|February 19, 19922/19/1992||1992||AwayBaton Rouge, LA||(11)L 6 – 7|
|May 24, 19915/24/1991||1991||NeutralNatchitoches||L 2 – 13|
|April 9, 19914/9/1991||1991||AwayBaton Rouge, LA||L 3 – 7|
|March 4, 19913/4/1991||1991||AwayBaton Rouge, LA||W 7 – 3|
|April 19, 19904/19/1990||1990||AwayBaton Rouge, LA||L 6 – 16|