06:45 Sportscast April 28, 2015

In college baseball yesterday, the number one ranked LSU Tigers put together a couple of three run innings to take a 6-1 win over Alcorn State at Alex Box Stadium. Seven LSU pitchers combined to strike out twelve Braves and hold them to only two hits on the night. The Tigers travel to Starkville, Mississippi to face Mississippi State in a three-game Southeastern Conference series beginning tomorrow. First pitch Thursday is at 6:30PM and it will be televised on ESPNU.

Senior Tyler Wilson hit a two strike, two out, walk off home run in the bottom of the tenth inning to lift Tulane to a 5-4 win over Southeastern Louisiana last night at Turchin Stadium. The win gives the Green Wave their first series sweep of the Lions since 2012. Tulane also defeated Southeastern back in February and March. The Green Wave improves to 28-16 and will host Houston in a three game series beginning Friday. Southeastern looks to bounce back when they host Lamar for a three game Southland Conference series this weekend.

Three game scheduled for last night were postponed. Louisiana Tech versus Stephen F. Austin and McNeese State at Southern will be played today. UL-Lafayette at Nicholls State has been pushed back to May 12th.

Baton Rouge police say their detectives want to speak with former LSU Tiger La’el Collins about the shooting death of a pregnant woman in the capitol city. 29-year-old Brittney Mills was gunned down at her home last Friday. Corporal Don Coppola says Collins is not considered a suspect in her murder, but they know he had a relationship with the woman…

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Coppola would not go any further about the type of relationship Collins and Mills had. He says it will be a few days before they can talk to Collins, who is in Chicago for the NFL Draft.

Pelicans head coach Monty Williams met with the media to wrap up the season yesterday. Williams said he’s proud of this team exceeded which expectations by making the playoffs. The coach did not want discuss whether or not he deserves a contract extension.