Per LSUSports.net: In a game that was twice delayed by rain and lightning, the LSU baseball caught lightning in a bottle and completed a historic evening at Alex Box Stadium, Skip Bertman Field on Tuesday night.

After enduring a 65-minute rain delay and an in-game lightning delay, the Tigers polished off a 27-0 victory over Northwestern State with a five-pitcher, six-inning no-hitter. The margin of victory was the largest in the program's history dating to 1893.

LSU improves to 37-14-1.

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Here is coach Paul Mainieri talking with the media after the game:

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Hire Javi!
Reply91 months
funny thing happens when you let guys go up there and swing away.
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Hope we saved some runs for the weekend.
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How did we miss a PAT?
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