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- Women's Golf to Learn NCAA Regional DestinationBATON ROUGE – After spending part of the week celebrating the induction of Coach Karen Bahnsen into her hometown Mobile Sports Hall of Fame, the focus now returns to the 2015 LSU women's golf team as the seventh-ranked Lady Tigers wait to find out their position in the NCAA Regional Tournaments.
- Basketball Visits Ascension Parish Inclusive LeagueBATON ROUGE – Members of the LSU basketball team and staff made their annual appearance with the kids of "APIL," the Ascension Parish Inclusive league.
- Softball Drops Game 2 at Missouri on SundayCOLUMBIA, Mo. – Looking to even the series on Sunday in game two, the No. 3 LSU softball team fell in a big hole early and was unable to make a game of it in falling 10-2 to No. 15 Missouri in five innings on Sunday to drop the series.
- Softball Loses Opener at No. 15 Missouri, 7-2-COLUMBIA, Mo. – The No. 3 LSU softball team started its series-opening game against No. 15 Missouri by scoring two runs early, but a lengthy delay due to rain spelled doom for the Tigers from that point as Missouri scored seven runs over the course of three innings to defeat LSU 7-2 Saturday night at […]
- Brown's Record Throw Highlights Final Day at PennPHILADELPHIA – LSU's NCAA-title hopeful Rodney Brown stepped into the discus ring for his final appearance at the Penn Relays and walked away a champion for the second-straight season as he smashed his own meet record and school record in the event to highlight Saturday's finale in the 121st running of the Carnival at Franklin […]
- Women's Golf to Learn NCAA Regional Destination