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LSU pitcher Alex Lange was named SEC Freshman of the week on Monday. Per

Freshman of the Week: Alex Lange, LSU:

• Fired a career-high 13 strikeouts in eight innings on Saturday vs. Ole Miss.
• Lange, who was not involved in the decision, limited the Rebels to just one earned run on three hits with no walks.
• Lange, who threw 117 pitches, recorded the most strikeouts by an LSU pitcher in a single game since April 11, 2014, when Aaron Nola also collected 13 strikeouts against Arkansas.
• Lange is 4-0 this season with a 1.45 earned run average, and he has 39 strikeouts in 31 innings while holding opponents to a .185 batting average.
Collegiate Baseball Newspaper also acknowledge Lange as a National Player of the Week:

RHP Alex Lange, Louisiana St.: Lange struck out a career-high 13 batters in eight innings of work against Mississippi. He limited the Rebels to one earned run on three hits and no walks.
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I love how they call out he had the most strikeouts since... Oh wait last year.
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