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BATON ROUGE - In honor of the LSU Women’s Basketball team’s return to the NCAA Final Four for the first time since 2008, Louisiana Secretary of State Kyle Ardoin proclaimed Friday, March 31 as “LSU Women’s Basketball Day” in Louisiana.

“The LSU women’s basketball team has had an incredible run, led by Coach Kim Mulkey and an amazing roster of players,” Ardoin said. “I encourage all Louisianans to wear purple and gold this Friday, March 31 to show their support for the Lady Tigers as they look to make it to the national championship game on Sunday.”

LSU’s Women’s Basketball team will be making its sixth appearance in the Final Four, and its first appearance since 2008. The Lady Tigers have a record of 32-2 so far, with players like forward Angel Reese setting the SEC single season double-double record.

(Release via LSU Athletics)
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LeClerc16 months
Nice legs Izzy.
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tigerbite216 months
This is great!!! What about classes?? I can remember a time where class time was stressed in college..What about the example it sets for high schoolers?? Do tudors or teachers make the trip??
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cajunmud16 months
He didn't declare a holiday.
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Mike da Tigah16 months
Class will come and go, work will come and go, money will come and go, and life will come and go, and so will this opportunity if you miss out on the opportunity because you can’t see the forest for the trees.
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BGLAVI216 months
Like Bloody Mary Tudor? It's spelled tutor.
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Yeti_Chaser16 months
Damn. My secretary just declares every day vacation day.
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Hoosyadaddy16 months
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