Mainieri to speak at Andonie Museum

LSU baseball coach Paul Mainieri will be speaking at 10:30 a.m. Saturday at the Andonie Sports Museum on LSU’s campus (3828 West Lakeshore Drive).

To RSVP call (225) 578-3838.

Tulane, UNO to play baseball exhibition

Tulane baseball’s exhibition contest against UNO at Greer Field at Turchin Stadium on Saturday has been moved up an hour and will begin at 11 a.m.

Admission to the game between the Green Wave and the Privateers will be free.

Tulane women’s golfers tie for first at tourney

Tulane’s golfers saved their best effort for Tuesday’s final round as the Green Wave erased a seven-stroke deficit with a 2-over 290 total to tie UNLV for first place at the Betsy Rawls Longhorn Invitational at The University of Texas Golf Club in Austin, Texas.

Tulane junior Madison Opfer shot a 1-under 71 for the round to post a team-best 13th place finish. Tulane’s Silvia Garces was 14th and Emily Penttila was 19th .

Sophomore Belen Goicoechea took 17th place.

Cajuns golfer Kelly claims individual title

BRYAN, Texas — Louisiana-Lafayette senior Louis Kelly backed up an opening round score of 69 (-3) with another 69 on Tuesday to claim the Miramont Invitational hosted at the par-72, 7,174-yard Miramont Country Club.

Kelly opened the day with six straight birdies and had eight in his first 12 holes to claim the wire-to-wire championship. Kelly edged out Houston’s Roman Robledo by one stroke to win the title.

As a team, UL-Lafayette moved up into a tie for fourth in the final round shooting a score of even par (288) to finish the 36-hole event at 12-over (588).

Southeastern golfers go under par at tourney

Southeastern Louisiana seniors Baptiste Courtachon and Grady Brame each posted sub-par final rounds at the Miramont Invitational, which wrapped up Tuesday at the Miramont Country Club.

Southeastern finished in eighth place with a two-round score of 14-over par 590. The opening round was scrapped after heaving rains in the area on Monday.

Southeastern was two strokes behind a quartet of teams – Rice, Sam Houston State, Louisiana-Lafayette and Texas State – tied for fourth.

Houston won the tournament, firing an eight-under par 280 to take the title by 16 strokes.

Courtachon closed out his SLU career with a final-round 69. He finished in a tie for 10th at one-under par – his third top-10 finish of the fall.

Brame carded a final round 70 to finish even-par and tie for 13th.

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