11:40 LRN Sportscast February 19

The second ranked LSU baseball team left 17 runners on base in a six to three loss to Nicholls State last night. The Colonels, who at one time led six to nothing in this game, improved to three and one on the season. LSU is also 3-and-1 following the upset loss.

The Ragin Cajuns erupted for four runs in the first inning and went on to beat Northwestern State seven to three last night. Gunner Leger was the winning pitcher as he allowed just two runs in five innings. Joe Robinson also had a home run and a career-high four RBIs for the Cajuns.

Louisiana Tech won its first game of the season yesterday as the Bulldogs defeated McNeese State 12 to 2. It’s the first win for new head coach Greg Goff. The loss drops McNeese’s record to four and one and they’ll host Bradley for three games this weekend.

Former LSU football player Ryan Clark has retired after a 13-year career in the NFL.

Louisiana Tech, who is in first place Conference USA, visits Charlotte tonight. The 49ers are 11-and-14 overall on the season, but Bulldogs coach Mike White calls Charlotte one of the more talented teams in the league…
cut 19 (10) “…on edge”
Louisiana Tech is coming off its 20th win of the season, a 75-42 victory over F-I-U.

The Ragin Cajuns are home tonight where they’ll take on Texas State. U-L Lafayette has lost seven of its last eleven and Coach Bob Marlin knows his team can play better…
cut 17 (16) “….two areas”
The Cajuns are 14-and-12 with just five regular season games left.