Bruce Thorson-USA TODAY Sports
Per LSUSports.net: HAMMOND, La. -- Sophomore third baseman Jake Slaughter sent a pitch over the centerfield wall to put the Tigers within one run in the bottom of the eighth inning, but it was not enough as the No. 14 LSU baseball team fell to the Southeastern Lions, 5-4, Wednesday night at Alumni Field.

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14 Comments
but but but it's early in the season....this is like losing to TROY
Reply9 months
Matt Riser will be coaching in a big time program soon. He is a good coach. Pitching problems for LSU are hurting them.
Reply10 months
Unacceptable on every level
Reply10 months
Will be a very long season if have losses to some the worst baseball teams in college baseball and he has not found a plan to figure out his pitching problem
Reply10 months
SLU will make a regional again this year, just like they have for the past few years. They aren't a bad team by any means. However, our pitching has got to get better or the SEC will be a long conference schedule this year.
10 months
Man. We always struggle with Southeastern
Reply10 months
I bet those Hammond players barely slept last night
Reply10 months
What you talking about Willis?
Reply10 months
Geaux Lions. Should give the elderly something else to criticize on here beside black athletes social media grammer
Reply10 months
Huh?
10 months
This team is really not that good right now. They need a lot of pitching help to see the regionals
Reply10 months
What a bummer nite for Tigers. Congrats to Slammin Hammond
Reply10 months
Geaux Lions!
Reply10 months
LION UP!
Reply10 months
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