Red Peach Sports News

Key set to return for LSU

Arden Key will return to the LSU football team Monday after taking a leave for personal reasons, and he’ll have a newly mended shoulder, the school announced Sunday night. Key, the All-America edge rusher and potential top-10 2018 NFL draft …Read More

Tigers ride Walker to regional title

LSU will play at home next weekend for a spot in the College World Series after the Tigers won a regional championship Sunday by beating Rice 5-0 at Alex Box Stadium. Eric Walker struck out eight and walked none as …Read More

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Saints Fairley career in Jeopardy?

New Orleans Saints defensive tackle Nick Fairley has been absent from the first two weeks of organized team activities, and a report Saturday night indicates it could be due to serious medical concerns. The 29-year-old Fairley is dealing with a heart …Read More

Poche gets nod in game 1

LSU pitcher Jared Poche will start Friday against Texas Southern (20-32) in the opening game of the NCAA Regional with a chance to match school record for wins in a career. The senior left-hander needs one win to match the …Read More

LSU loses a top 2016 recruit

LSU is losing cornerback Saivion Smith. The once-highly decorated high school prospect from Florida announced Wednesday on Twitter that he’s transferring from the program. An LSU spokesman confirmed that Smith is leaving the team. Smith, a sophomore who played in …Read More

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