The 16th ranked La Tech baseball team won its school-record 10th straight road game yesterday beating Middle Tennessee six to one. Steele Netterville hit his seventh home run in a three-run first inning.
LSU dropped its series with number one ranked Arkansas, but finished out the weekend with a 5 to 4 win over the Razorbacks. Ma’Khail Hilliard made his first SEC start and threw five solid innings for his fourth win. Coach Paul Mainieri says the senior from Central threw the ball great…
Cut 16 (13) “…for a kid.”
LSU hosts Southern tonight.
The Cajuns dropped two of three to Texas State and they are one game back of Texas Arlington for first place in the Sun Belt West. ULM took two of three from Appalachian State, but remain in last place in the West.
The Saints added six draft picks to their roster. After taking Houston defensive end Payton Turner in the first round, New Orleans selected Ohio State linebacker Pete Werner in the second round, in the third round Stanford cornerback Paulson Adebo, Notre Dame Q-B Ian Book in the fourth round, Kentucky offensive tackle Landon Young in the sixth round, and in the seventh round South Alabama wide receiver Kawaan Baker. Coach Sean Payton feels good about the players they drafted…
cut 19 (19) “….inside linebacker”
Former LSU golfer Sam Burns won his first PGA Tour title yesterday as the 24-year-old from Shreveport won the Valspar Championship in Palm Harbor, Florida by three shots.