There was indeed alot of snow on campus last week. LSUSports.net has the pics.
The Men's loss at Vandy this weekend was probably the best performance from this team in weeks. In it till the end, they played with an impressive amount of determination against what should have been a well outclassed Commodore team. The play of Harris and Green in particular gives hope for a much brighter future for this team. The fact remains, however, that this will likely end up being the worst season of LSU Basketball ever. For those keeping track: Taz is at 1901 points with at least 6 games to go.
The Ladies continue their upswing, beating Auburn 75-51. Good defense kept Auburn from scoring for long stretches and Hightower led the team with 29 points.
Rosetta at the Advoc continues his baseball previews, now focusing on middle infield and the corners. The Season starts Friday with a home series against the soon-to-be-DIII Centenary Gents.
Softball split both pairs of games Friday and Saturday then lost 2-1 to Texas in Sunday's championship round at the Austin Tourney. Fico pitched well, but is still charged with 2 losses on the weekend, 1-0 to UNC and 2-1 to Texas.
Yanowsky has been removed from LSU's list of coaches, but has not yet been added to Memphis' staff. No replacement has been announced.
The rest of this weekends action.
Gym Blows away Texas Women's College.
4 more Nationals Qualifiers at the Fayetteville.