LSU women’s XC claims title at Florida State Invitational

Press release from LSUSports.net: The LSU women’s cross country team won the 5k Open event with 27 team points at the Florida State Invitational which took place Friday morning at the Apalachee Regional Park.  The men’s squad placed 5th with a total team score of 127 points in the 8k Invite. Final Results “I was really pleased with both the men’s and women’s teams today” said … Continue reading LSU women’s XC claims title at Florida State Invitational

Burrow tosses for 316 yards, 3 TD in 35-30 Week 2 loss

Joe Burrow had a “Welcome to the NFL” moment Thursday night. Despite tossing for 316 yards and a trio of touchdowns on 37-of-61 passing, the Cincinnati Bengals fell to 0-2 on the season following a 35-30 loss to the division rival Cleveland Browns. The former LSU star quarterback, in just his second professional start, led the Bengals on scoring drives on each of the team’s … Continue reading Burrow tosses for 316 yards, 3 TD in 35-30 Week 2 loss

Former LSU QB Burrow speaks out against police brutality, stands with Bengals teammates

Louisiana State University’s national championship quarterback Joe Burrow hasn’t even thrown a pass in the National Football League but he is already making his mark at the professional level. The 23-year-old white quarterback, eight months removed from capping one of the all-time best seasons by a college football quarterback by capturing a national title for the Tigers, has been outspoken on social media. The No. … Continue reading Former LSU QB Burrow speaks out against police brutality, stands with Bengals teammates

SEC establishes new conference-only football start date

Press release from SECsports.com: The Southeastern Conference has established September 26 as the new kickoff for its 2020 football season to allow its universities to focus on the healthy return of their campus communities and the gradual re-introduction of athletics, as the 14 members of the SEC continue to monitor developments related to COVID-19, SEC Commissioner Greg Sankey announced Thursday. The 2020 SEC football season … Continue reading SEC establishes new conference-only football start date

Lafayette native, LSU product Stevenson in Nationals’ opening day lineup

When the defending World Series champion Washington Nationals took the field in Thursday night’s Major League Baseball season-opener against the New York Yankees, a familiar face was in the starting lineup. Andrew Stevenson, a Lafayette, Louisiana native, made the start in left field and hit eighth in the batting order. In New York’s rain-shortened 4-1 victory, Stevenson went 0-for-2 with a pair of strikeouts. Making … Continue reading Lafayette native, LSU product Stevenson in Nationals’ opening day lineup

LSU set to receive football championship rings

It’s the moment the Louisiana State University football squad has been patiently waiting for over the last six months. Tonight the National Champion Tigers will receive their championship rings after a 42-25 victory over Clemson in the Jan. 13 championship game capped the program’s perfect 15-0 season. Head coach Ed Orgeron is set to present his players with three rings; one for the SEC championship, … Continue reading LSU set to receive football championship rings

Former LSU RB Faulk included on 2021 College Football HOF ballot

It’s been a few years since the 44-year-old Lafayette native put on his cleats and football helmet, but Kevin Faulk’s time to shine has made its return. After four successful seasons donning the purple and gold at Louisiana State University (1995-98), the First Team All-American running back went on to win three Super Bowl championships over his 13-year professional career with the New England Patriots. … Continue reading Former LSU RB Faulk included on 2021 College Football HOF ballot

MLB Draft Day 2: LSU’s Henry, Cabrera selected in 2nd round

Day 2 of the annual MLB Draft kicked off this evening. With zero LSU Tigers being taken in last night’s first round, it didn’t take long into the night before a Tiger was taken off the board Thursday. The defending champion Washington Nationals selected LSU right-hander Cole Henry with the 55th overall pick. Just seven picks later, Henry’s teammate Daniel Cabrera was nabbed by the … Continue reading MLB Draft Day 2: LSU’s Henry, Cabrera selected in 2nd round

LSU’s Gunnarsson named to Academic All-District team

Louisiana State University athletics announced this afternoon, via LSUSports.net, that a member of the women’s track & field team has been honored as a CoSIDA Academic All-District team selection. Lisa Gunnarsson, a junior LSU T&F member, was named to the team by earning a 4.0 grade point average (GPA) as a mechanical engineering major. Earlier this year, she became the second pole vaulter in program … Continue reading LSU’s Gunnarsson named to Academic All-District team

Q&A: LSU softball’s Torina discusses 2020 season, looks ahead to 2021

If all had gone according to plan, the Louisiana State University softball team would likely be in Oklahoma City for the Women’s College World Series right about now. With a 21-3 overall record and riding a six-game win streak in early March, the Tigers were clicking on all cylinders and poised to make the program’s first WCWS appearance since 2017. Then, the season just came … Continue reading Q&A: LSU softball’s Torina discusses 2020 season, looks ahead to 2021