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Good morning, Tiger Fans,

Don’t look now, but that LSU baseball team that some had written off after last Tuesday’s loss to McNeese just put it on No. 2 Mississippi State on their home turf. The Tigers secured the series win – their first road series win since beating Mississippi State in 2017 – with a dominating 11-2 victory in the deciding match. It just goes to show you that there’s no need to get all worked up over a midweek loss in March, and that baseball is a wonderfully humbling, funny game.

I said last week that this team would eventually put it all together and be hard to beat, and they did just that yesterday. On the mound, Eric Walker was phenomenal through seven shutout innings. He allowed only four hits all night and at one point had retired 12 straight batters. (It’s really great to see him returning to his freshman All-SEC form after missing all of last season.) Offensively, the Tigers came out swinging from the get-go and put up 11 runs on 11 hits, and they did it without one of their top veteran hitters, Daniel Cabrera, who did not play because of an aggravated right wrist. Taking his place as the team’s power-hitter was none other than senior Antoine Duplantis who launched two solo home runs in the game and went 3-for-4 on the day. His first homer came on the game’s very first at-bat and set the tone for the team’s second consecutive offensive explosion.

After Duplantis’ solo shot in the first, LSU added two runs in the fourth when CJ Willis walked and Giovanni DiGiacomo slapped an RBI double to left-center. DiGiacomo, the fastest player on the team, came around to score on two wild pitches in consecutive at-bats. The Tigers added another run in the fifth when a long rain delay (one hour and 19 minutes) resumed with Chris Reid at the plate with the bases loaded and one out. Reid delivered with a sacrifice fly to deep center to make it 4-0 Tigers. LSU put up four runs on three hits in the top of the seventh with the key blows being an RBI single by Zach Watson, a bases-loaded walk by Reid, an RBI single by Willis, and a sac fly by DiGiacomo. The Tigers’ final run came when Duplantis duplicated his first-inning homer with a nearly identical solo shot in the ninth. The Bulldogs’ only scoring came on a two-run homer off of Todd Peterson in the final frame.

Duplantis, Reid, and DiGiacomo ended the day with three RBI apiece, while Willis continued his impressive weekend debut. Willis went 1-for-4 with two RBIs to bring his three-game RBI total to five. Not bad for a young man who made this first collegiate start on Friday. Here’s the complete box score .

With the win, LSU improved to 19-9 on the year and 6-3 in SEC play, while Mississippi State fell to 24-5 overall and 5-4 in the league. It really is something how LSU seems to have Mississippi State’s number. The Tigers have now won 13 of their last 14 SEC regular season series against the Bulldogs.

Next up, LSU will host Grambling on Tuesday at 6:30 p.m. in the annual Throwback Night game in Alex Box Stadium, Skip Bertman Field.

Turning to football, LSU held another closed scrimmage yesterday but so far the only news to come from it is that a ton of big-time prospects were there to watch. These include several top prospects from Louisiana, like the state’s top two defensive tackles, Jaquelin Roy of University Lab and Jacobian Gullory of Alexandria Senior High (Numbers 1 and 2, respectively, on our list of Top LA Prospects ). It was especially good to hear that Roy was back on campus despite de-committing from LSU at the end of February. As for Guillory, he was joined by his ASH teammate, four-star defensive back Bud Clark. There were also several big-time out-of-state prospects in on unofficial visits, including the nation’s No. 1 inside linebacker, Justin Flowe of Upland, California. Getting five-star prospects like Flowe to visit LSU on his own dime really speaks wonders about the job the staff is doing on the recruiting trail. LSU already has two commitments in its 2020 class from California, cornerback Elias Ricks and defensive lineman Jordan Berry. Elite tight end Can Berrong of Hartwell, Ga. was also in to see the Tigers newly revitalized offense in action.

LSU fans will soon get their own chance to see the Tigers in action, as LSU’s annual spring game is set for this coming Saturday. Yesterday, the school announced that a pregame Fan Fest featuring carnival rides and a postgame autograph session with the football team will be part of the event. Here’s a look at the day’s schedule of events.

LSU National L Club Spring Game Times of Interest

Saturday, April 6

11 a.m. – Fan Fest (Tiger Stadium Championship Plaza)
11:30 a.m. – Team walks down “Victory Hill”
1:00 p.m. – Kickoff (Tiger Stadium)
Postgame – Autograph session on field

Closing Tidbits:

• In softball, the No. 5 Tigers lost to No. 16 South Carolina, 7-5. The loss, which you can read about here , evened the series at one game apiece. The deciding match of the series will be today at 1 p.m. on ESPNU.

• Since I won’t have a baseball game to recap in tomorrow’s update, we might take this break in the action to run a Monday Morning Mail Call. Send me your comments or questions and I’ll probably select a few to address in our next report unless something crazy comes up.

• As I often do, I’ll leave you with a couple of good reads to go along with your second cup of Sunday morning coffee:

Enjoy your Sunday, Tiger Fans.

3/31/19 5:50 am CST

Good morning, Tiger Fans,

Don’t look now, but that LSU baseball team that some had written off after last Tuesday’s loss to McNeese just put it on No. 2 Mississippi State on their home turf. The Tigers secured the series win – their first road series win since beating Mississippi State in 2017 – with a dominating 11-2 victory in the deciding match. It just goes to show you that there’s no need to get all worked up over a midweek loss in March, and that baseball is a wonderfully humbling, funny game.

I said last week that this team would eventually put it all together and be hard to beat, and they did just that yesterday. On the mound, Eric Walker was phenomenal through seven shutout innings. He allowed only four hits all night and at one point had retired 12 straight batters. (It’s really great to see him returning to his freshman All-SEC form after missing all of last season.) Offensively, the Tigers came out swinging from the get-go and put up 11 runs on 11 hits, and they did it without one of their top veteran hitters, Daniel Cabrera, who did not play because of an aggravated right wrist. Taking his place as the team’s power-hitter was none other than senior Antoine Duplantis who launched two solo home runs in the game and went 3-for-4 on the day. His first homer came on the game’s very first at-bat and set the tone for the team’s second consecutive offensive explosion.

After Duplantis’ solo shot in the first, LSU added two runs in the fourth when CJ Willis walked and Giovanni DiGiacomo slapped an RBI double to left-center. DiGiacomo, the fastest player on the team, came around to score on two wild pitches in consecutive at-bats. The Tigers added another run in the fifth when a long rain delay (one hour and 19 minutes) resumed with Chris Reid at the plate with the bases loaded and one out. Reid delivered with a sacrifice fly to deep center to make it 4-0 Tigers. LSU put up four runs on three hits in the top of the seventh with the key blows being an RBI single by Zach Watson, a bases-loaded walk by Reid, an RBI single by Willis, and a sac fly by DiGiacomo. The Tigers’ final run came when Duplantis duplicated his first-inning homer with a nearly identical solo shot in the ninth. The Bulldogs’ only scoring came on a two-run homer off of Todd Peterson in the final frame.

Duplantis, Reid, and DiGiacomo ended the day with three RBI apiece, while Willis continued his impressive weekend debut. Willis went 1-for-4 with two RBIs to bring his three-game RBI total to five. Not bad for a young man who made this first collegiate start on Friday. Here’s the complete box score .

With the win, LSU improved to 19-9 on the year and 6-3 in SEC play, while Mississippi State fell to 24-5 overall and 5-4 in the league. It really is something how LSU seems to have Mississippi State’s number. The Tigers have now won 13 of their last 14 SEC regular season series against the Bulldogs.

Next up, LSU will host Grambling on Tuesday at 6:30 p.m. in the annual Throwback Night game in Alex Box Stadium, Skip Bertman Field.

Turning to football, LSU held another closed scrimmage yesterday but so far the only news to come from it is that a ton of big-time prospects were there to watch. These include several top prospects from Louisiana, like the state’s top two defensive tackles, Jaquelin Roy of University Lab and Jacobian Gullory of Alexandria Senior High (Numbers 1 and 2, respectively, on our list of Top LA Prospects ). It was especially good to hear that Roy was back on campus despite de-committing from LSU at the end of February. As for Guillory, he was joined by his ASH teammate, four-star defensive back Bud Clark. There were also several big-time out-of-state prospects in on unofficial visits, including the nation’s No. 1 inside linebacker, Justin Flowe of Upland, California. Getting five-star prospects like Flowe to visit LSU on his own dime really speaks wonders about the job the staff is doing on the recruiting trail. LSU already has two commitments in its 2020 class from California, cornerback Elias Ricks and defensive lineman Jordan Berry. Elite tight end Can Berrong of Hartwell, Ga. was also in to see the Tigers newly revitalized offense in action.

LSU fans will soon get their own chance to see the Tigers in action, as LSU’s annual spring game is set for this coming Saturday. Yesterday, the school announced that a pregame Fan Fest featuring carnival rides and a postgame autograph session with the football team will be part of the event. Here’s a look at the day’s schedule of events.

LSU National L Club Spring Game Times of Interest

Saturday, April 6

11 a.m. – Fan Fest (Tiger Stadium Championship Plaza)
11:30 a.m. – Team walks down “Victory Hill”
1:00 p.m. – Kickoff (Tiger Stadium)
Postgame – Autograph session on field

Closing Tidbits:

• In softball, the No. 5 Tigers lost to No. 16 South Carolina, 7-5. The loss, which you can read about here , evened the series at one game apiece. The deciding match of the series will be today at 1 p.m. on ESPNU.

• Since I won’t have a baseball game to recap in tomorrow’s update, we might take this break in the action to run a Monday Morning Mail Call. Send me your comments or questions and I’ll probably select a few to address in our next report unless something crazy comes up.

• As I often do, I’ll leave you with a couple of good reads to go along with your second cup of Sunday morning coffee:

Enjoy your Sunday, Tiger Fans.

3/30/19 5:45 am CST

Good morning, Tiger Fans,

As most of you know by now, LSU’s bizarre but thrilling basketball season came to a close last night with an 80-63 loss to Michigan State. The Tigers were outplayed by a Spartan team that shot 47 percent from the field and 41 percent from 3-point range while out-rebounding the Tigers, 41-34. We’ll get to that in a minute with Jake’s recap of how the game played out, but first just a quick look back at what a remarkable season it was: 28-7 overall, three overtime wins, 16-2 in SEC Play with wins over Kentucky and Tennessee, an SEC Championship, a No. 3 seed, and a Sweet 16 appearance. Yeah, I know, there will forever be an asterisk next to this season due to the whole Will Wade mess which will now become a focal point, but whatever comes from that will never erase the memories of what was the most captivating basketball season in many years. Now for Jake’s recap of how it came to an end…

LSU went into the locker room down 40-28, its largest halftime deficit of the season after getting outplayed in virtually every facet. Michigan State gave LSU a dose of its own medicine with 10 offensive rebounds in the first half (compared to LSU’s three). By out-rebounding LSU 21 to 10, Michigan State got multiple opportunities on the offensive end, while the Tigers went one-and-done on most of their possessions in the half. And to make matters worse, the Tigers were not guarding the perimeter. Michigan State took open shot after open shot from behind the arc and finished the half hitting 7-of-17 (41.2%). Tremont Waters made plays throughout the half and even hit a clutch 3-pointer before the buzzer to draw the Tigers within 12. Aaron Henry had five of the 10 offensive rebounds in the first half for Michigan State, which means Joshua Langford’s replacement had the biggest impact of anyone in the first 20 minutes.

Tremont Waters scored seven straight points to start the second half and a 14-0 run cut the deficit to four just like that. Without Waters, it felt like the Tigers would be down by 20, but he was doing everything he could on the offensive end to give the Tigers life. After LSU’s run, though, Michigan State answered with an 11-0 run to go back up by double digits. In that run, the Spartans hit back-to-back wide open 3-pointers, as LSU’s defensive struggles lingered. Michigan State averages just seven 3-pointers per game but hit 13 3-pointers to beat the Tigers. Down by 18 with 9:30 remaining, LSU decided to go big with Darius Days at the 3. It provided some aid down low with Naz Reid and Kavell Bigby-Williams having a bigger impact than in the first half. The Tigers got some stops on defense that led to those big men scoring and reducing the deficit to 10 with four minutes left. But Michigan State was able to close it out. Kudos to the Tigers for fighting until the very end, just like they did all season long. Waters led all with 23 points.

At the end of the day, it’s a shame the Tigers had to play this game without head coach Will Wade. Without getting into the politics of everything that went down, the bottom line is this team had to take on an NCAA tournament giant without the coach that helped get them there. And while it may be popular to pile on Tony Benford today, also remember that he didn’t ask for this. He stepped in and did the best he could given the circumstances, and the team never quit, though it would have been easy to do so against Maryland in the second half or against Michigan State when seemingly everything went wrong for the Tigers. No, it wasn’t the outcome we wanted, or the finish these kids deserved, but to all of those young men, it’s been a pleasure to watch you give your all for LSU every game this season. #ForeverLSU

Turning to baseball, the Tigers’ bats came alive and Cole Henry was great on the mound as LSU defeated No. 2 Mississippi State 10-5 to even the series. After leaving a lot to be desired offensively in the previous four-games, LSU erupted for 13 hits including four doubles, and they did most of their damage against a very good starting pitcher, JT Ginn. The freshman right-hander hadn’t allowed more than four runs in nearly 40 innings of work, but the Tigers were able to get to him for six runs in five innings and cut his evening short.

Leading the Tigers’ offensive outburst were Chris Reid and CJ Willis who each had three RBI. It was also a big night for the top of LSU’s order, as Antoine Duplantis, Josh Smith, and Zach Watson combined for seven hits. Duplantis’ first hit of the night came on the game’s first pitch, and with it he became the sixth player in LSU history to record 300 hits in a career. That puts him in pretty good company, right alongside Eddy Furniss, Blake Dean, Jason Williams, Todd Walker and Blair Barbier.

LSU jumped out on top with three runs in the first, and every time State chipped away at the lead, the Tigers responded. The Bulldogs made it a one-run game in the fourth by taking advantage of a couple of hits and a few defensive miscues. The first miscue came in the form of a passed ball that allowed a run to score from third. The second came when Cole Henry instinctively deflected a would-be double play ball. Another came when Willis slow-played a ball at first that ended ups careening off the first-base bag and allowing a run to score. But the Tigers were quick to answer with three runs in the top of the fifth on a double by Watson, an RBI single by Reid, and an RBI groundout by Willis. After giving up a two-run homer in the bottom of the inning, LSU responded once again with a pair of runs in the sixth on a single by Duplantis and back-to-back doubles by Smith and Watson. The Tigers would add a run in the seventh on Willis’ sacrifice fly, and another in the ninth on his RBI single.

“CJ Willis has given us a spark these last few days,” Mainieri said after the game. “Today, he didn’t look afraid at all. He had three RBIs, hit a couple of balls in play with two strikes on him, and that tack-on run was huge in the ninth.”

As for LSU’s pitching, freshman Cole Henry looked like a bona fide SEC starter out there, and Devin Fontenot had another great night of relief. Henry recorded a career-high nine strikeouts while allowing four runs on five hits with just one walk in five innings of work. Fontenot looked great through 3.2 innings, which allowed LSU to preserve much of its bullpen for today’s series-deciding rubber match. Todd Peterson was called upon to get he final out of the night and retired the only batter he faced by inducing a groundout.

The win improved LSU to 18-9 overall and 5-3 in the SEC, and set up for a huge game today at 1 p.m. CT on SECN+. (Please note that the game was originally scheduled to be played at 2 p.m. but was moved up due to rain in the forecast.) Tiger sophomore right-hander Eric Walker will get the start on the mound, and a victory would give LSU its first SEC road series win since 2017. Bring it on!

In softball news, the No. 5 Tigers defeated No. 12 South Carolina, 8-5, to claim Game 1 of the series. The win, which you can read all about here , was the Tigers’ 30th of the season (30-6, 8-2 SEC). The Tigers will look to secure the series win when the two teams return to action tonight at 6 p.m. in Tiger Park. The game will air on the SEC Network.

Lastly, head soccer coach Brian Lee announced yesterday that he is leaving LSU after 14 years on the job. Moments later, Rice University announced that it has hired Lee to be their head coach. “Brian has been with LSU for 14 years and we wish him and his family well at his next stop,” said vice chancellor and director of athletics Joe Alleva in a release issued to the media. “We enjoyed a season of success last year and we have an outstanding group of student-athletes who remain part of our program. We have an opportunity to build on last year’s success and we are very excited about the future of the LSU soccer program.”

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