Per LSUSports.net: LAFAYETTE, La. -- No. 11 LSU scores seven runs in the final four innings to roll past UL-Lafayette on the road and beat them 11-2.

The Tigers improve to 3-1 on the year, while the Cajuns will fall to 3-2 with the loss.

LSU will be back at home to take on Youngstown State on Friday at Alex Box Stadium, Skip Bertman Field. The game will air on SECN+ at 7 p.m. CT.

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It was a proper 'ASS WHIPPIN' of a quality opponent. True, the fans still have that 'little brother' mentality #OLE PISS
Reply9 months
We played at ULL? We've downgraded that far as a program?
Reply9 months
Currently ranked No.11? Would you rather them travel out of state for their midweek away games? Or should they wait until the SEC starts before they get their first road experience?
9 months
So you don't understand how the system works!
9 months
Playing away midweek games at in-state teams is a very normal thing that we always do.
9 months
Way to go Tigers taking those upstart Cajuns down!
Reply9 months
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