After being made fun of by talking heads across the country, Leonard Fournette learned a valuable lesson early in his young career. People are already looking to burn you down, don’t give them the gasoline and match. Continue reading
- Elderkin Accepts Top Job at Appalachian St.BOONE, N.C. – LSU assistant coach Angel Elderkin has accepted the women's basketball head coach position at Appalachian State University as announced Wednesday by Mountaineers interim director of athletics Rick Beasley.
- Men's Golf Takes BASF Team Chemistry MVP AwardBATON ROUGE – With a flying start to its 2014 fall season with a recent victory at the Golfweek Conference Challenge at Spirit Hollow Golf Club in Burlington, Iowa, and new Top 5 national ranking to its credit, the LSU Men's Golf team has been honored among the university's athletic programs with the BASF Team Chemistry MVP Award for the month of S
- Vale Costa Splits Matches at ITA All-AmericanPACIFIC PALISADES – LSU sophomore Joana Vale Costa was defeated in the first round of the 2014 Riviera/ITA Women's All-American Championships qualifying bracket by a score of 7-6, 6-3, on Tuesday. Vale Costa squared off in what was a competitive match against Texas Tech sophomore Lynn Kiro.
- Lipani Named SEC Freshman Runner of the WeekBATON ROUGE -- LSU men's cross country runner DC Lipani has been named the Southeastern Conference Men's Freshman Cross Country Runner of the Week after helping to lead the Tigers to a third-place team finish at McNeese State's Cowboy Stampeded in Lake Charles on Saturday.
- All-SEC Cager Georgie Nattin Jr. Dies, 74BATON ROUGE – Former All-SEC LSU Basketball star Georgie Nattin Jr., a member of the first Tiger team to defeat the University of Kentucky in hoops, passed away on Monday in Benton, Louisiana, at the age of 74.
- Elderkin Accepts Top Job at Appalachian St.