menu

LSU's Jared Foster made an amazing catch on Friday night in the bottom of the ninth ining with the bases loaded with 2 outs. The Tigers went on to win the game and Foster's catch was the No. 1 play on ESPN's SportsCenter Top 10. Check it out:

(Skip to the 2:20 mark for the action)



Here is a Vine of the catch:
(click sound button in top left corner of vine window for audio)

Filed Under: LSU Baseball

Comments

9 Comments
It was also featured on ABC World News Tonight, tonight.
Reply35 months
the play made it on MSN under the title, "Play of the Year, under the circumstances we say yes!"
Reply35 months
"Tigers greater than Gig'em"

Yes. Yes they are.
Reply35 months
That wasn't an unassisted triple play.
Reply35 months
#2
Reply35 months
Not saying it wasn't an awesome play, but I wonder where it would have placed had they made this list after the Lilard shot.
Reply35 months
It was a great catch. Also, I can't believe that unassisted triple play was only #5.
Reply35 months
Haha
Reply35 months
he had more air than the 1st plane going there :) great catch, made it look easy ...
Reply35 months
Popular Stories
comments19

LSU Basketball Hires VCU Coach Will Wade

The hire has been confirmed by the school.
comments51

Texas Coach Tom Herman Says He Is Recruiting QB Brandon Harris

Harris is transferring after he graduate from LSU in May.
comments17

Will Wade: "It's A New Day For LSU Basketball"

Wade addressed LSU students, staff, and media on Wednesday.
LATEST HEADLINES
Report: LSU DL Isaiah Washington Ruled Ineligible For Spring
Washington was absent from practice on Thursday.
Former LSU DT Ricky Jean-Francois Signs With Packers
Jean-Francois played at LSU from 2005-2008.
comments2
Watch & Listen: LSU OL Coach Jeff Grimes 'Miked Up' During Practice
Coach Grimes working with the big boys up front.
comments1
Photos: LSU Hosted Brothers Max And Jake Wray This Week On Campus
Both are elite offensive tackles from Franklin, TN.
comments6
LSU Offers Four-Star WR Jaylen Waddle
The 5-10 receiver and return specialist is from Bellaire, TX.
comments7
Video: Ed Orgeron & New Basketball Coach Will Wade Meet For The First Time
"We may be the two highest-energy coaches in the country!"
comments5
logoFollow TigerDroppings for LSU Football News
Follow us on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram to get the latest updates on LSU Football and Recruiting.

FacebookTwitterInstagram