Harris and Diaz named All Americans

 On Thursday morning Collegiate Baseball released their annual All-American teams which featured Louisiana Tech pitcher Nate Harris and the Bulldogs starting catcher Brent Diaz. This marks the first time in the history of Louisiana Tech Baseball, that the Bulldogs have garnered multiple All-America …Read More

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Nitzer gets well deserved honor

On September 2 when football season rolls around, Dave Nitz will travel up the elevator to the press box at Joe Aillet Stadium to prepare for what will be his 43rd year as the iconic “Voice of the Bulldogs.” Only …Read More

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Rebels Pearson named player of the year

West Monroe’s Jacob Pearson has been named the Gatorade Louisiana Baseball Player of the Year. Pearson, an LSU signee, hit .519 with 12 home runs and 41 RBIs for the Rebels last season. He scored 53 runs and stole 20 …Read More

Could Pelicans G-League team come to North LA?

The New Orleans Pelicans are zeroing in on their NBA Development League team. Team officials have started to schedule dates next week to hear presentations from the five finalists that submitted proposals from the original list of 11 candidates. Five cities …Read More

Road to Omaha again goes thru BR

LSU will play host to the NCAA Baton Rouge Regional in Alex Box Stadium, Skip Bertman Field beginning at 2:30 p.m. CT Friday when the top-seeded Tigers meet No. 4 seed Texas Southern. No. 3 seed Rice will face No. …Read More

Tigers tame Hogs, win SEC!

LSU freshman right-hander Eric Walker limited Arkansas to one run through 7.2 innings Sunday to lead the third-ranked Tigers to a 4-2 victory in  the championship game of the 2017 SEC Tournament. The SEC Tournament title is LSU’s 12th, a …Read More

Season over?

A three-run Southern Miss home run in the second inning was too much to overcome as Louisiana Tech dropped an elimination game in the Conference USA Tournament to Southern Miss, 5-2 on Thursday afternoon at MGM Park in Biloxi. Southern …Read More

LSU cruises into semi finals

 Multiple LSU hitters returned to the first-base side dugout with the same thought Thursday — that they hadn’t faced a pitcher better than Kentucky’s Sean Hjelle. And yet, those hitters were up for the challenge. LSU strung together a pair …Read More