Coming off of a hot win against UNO, LSU dominated the Texas Longhorns to 13-4 win in Baton Rouge.
The Tigers quickly put a stop to Texas in the first inning, not allowing the team a single run.
Cabrera began the bottom of the inning, singling up the middle for LSU. Then, Bain doubled to right center, with Cabrera advancing to third but out at home. Duplantis singled to right field, scoring Bain.
Beau Jordan was reached on a fielder’s choice, advancing to second. Feduccia advanced to third. Duplantis also advanced to third, scoring on a throwing error, but was unearned. Slaughter grounded out to third base, followed by a Bryce Jordan walk. The Tigers continued to stay hot, leading 5-0 at the end of the inning.
In the second inning, Texas was able to get something going on offense, with Shaw and Petrinsky scoring a run each. At the bottom, Cabrera was struck out swinging, followed by Bain being grounded out the third base. Duplantis was struck out swinging to end. LSU was up, 5-2.
To start the third, LSU held Texas to no runs and just one hit. The Tigers put more runs up on the board, with Broussard singling to third base, and Br. Jordan scoring Be. Jordan. The Tigers maintained a strong lead, 8-2.
Texas failed to score a single run in the fourth inning, as LSU continued to widen the gap as Slaughter and Beau Jordan both put up a run, making it 10-2.
After a scoreless fifth inning, LSU’s Hughes and Br. Jordan improved LSU’s upper hand by 2 runs. Texas went quiet until the eighth inning, when it managed to close the gap by a couple.
LSU will continue its season as the Grambling State Tigers travel to The Box Saturday at 6:30 p.m. CT. The Tigers remain undefeated in the SEC.