When the Billy Napier era began at UL prior to the 2018 season, getting a vote in the Top 25 poll was a pretty farfetched thought.
UL freshman transfer guard Calvin Temple honestly didn’t expect to be granted an NCAA waiver.
Coming off yet another Thursday mid-week game, many members of the UL Ragin’ Cajuns football program took full advantage of a busy weekend of football as spectators.
There were a lot of things working against the UL Ragin’ Cajuns during their 85-80 come-from-behind victory over McNeese State on Saturday at the Cajundome.
CONWAY, S.C. — The red-hot UL Ragin’ Cajuns weren’t perfect during their 48-7 road Sun Belt rout of Coastal Carolina on Thursday at Brooks Stadium.
It wasn’t the offensive performance that UL’s women’s basketball team had shown in its two exhibition games, but the Ragin’ Cajuns won’t complain about their defensive performance.
It's on its best performance streak of the season and are coming off perhaps their best win of the 2019 season, but UL’s volleyball team isn’t taking anything for granted.
CONWAY, S.C. — The home team might disagree, but yes, the UL Ragin’ Cajuns did a few things wrong during their 48-7 steamrolling of Coastal Carolina on Thursday night.
In what has been building as a historic season for the UL Ragin’ Cajuns, one of the question marks remaining has been the depth of the wide receivers.
UL softball coach Gerry Glasco announced on Wednesday the addition of Kaitlyn Alderink, a graduate transfer from Texas A&M, to the Ragin' Cajuns' 2020 roster.
By the end of the night, UL men’s basketball coach Bob Marlin had some positive things to sink his teeth into after his Ragin’ Cajuns opened the 2019-20 season with a 95-67 rout of Loyola of New Orleans on Tuesday at the Cajundome.
UL redshirt senior offensive lineman Robert Hunt has been invited to participate in the 2020 Reese’s Senior Bowl, the Senior Bowl Committee announced Tuesday afternoon.
During Monday’s weekly press conference, UL coach Billy Napier was asked a routine question about last year’s encounter with this week’s opponent.
As much fun as everybody involved with the UL Ragin’ Cajuns is having this fall, there are obviously some individuals whose playing time perhaps isn’t as much as expected.
There’s no time for UL’s football team to enjoy Saturday’s dominating 31-3 win over Texas State, even though the margin of victory was its biggest in a Sun Belt Conference game in five seasons, made a season-high homecoming crowd happy, made the R…
When it came time to make a decision on where he would play college football, Pelahatchie (Mississippi) linebacker Ahmad Johnson had one requirement at the top of his list.
A career-high 25 kills from Hali Wisnoskie was the firepower the UL Ragin' Cajuns Volleyball team used to combat Sun Belt front-runner Texas State in a nip-and-tuck, five-set battle on Sunday at Earl K. Long Gym.
Lost for some in Saturday’s 31-3 homecoming win over Texas State was the 46-yard field goal by senior Stevie Artigue on the final play of the first half.
If you’re more of a traditional football-and-basketball-only sports fan, the eight-member UL Athletics Hall of Fame class may not seem like an elite group filled with familiar names.
There are a couple of statistics for UL Ragin’ Cajuns fans to keep in mind when pondering the possibilities for Saturday’s 4 p.m. homecoming contest with Texas State at Cajun Field.
It didn’t take very long for the 2019-20 UL Ragin’ Cajuns men’s basketball team to learn what the primary emphasis of the upcoming season is going to be.
Of the nine newcomers on UL’s 2019-20 men’s basketball team, none know exactly how much offense was lost off last year’s squad as much as the Cajuns’ Capital City connection does.
In his first season under new UL coach Billy Napier last season, wide receiver Jalen Williams made a good first impression with four receptions for 76 yards and a touchdown in the spring game.
UL senior safety Deuce Wallace seems to have a firm grasp on his mental approach as a leader of the Ragin’ Cajuns.
UL football coach Billy Napier has been around some open dates that didn’t benefit his teams, didn’t allow them reach their potential and didn’t create any improvement.
As loathe as they are to acknowledge it, UL’s football team and coaching staff are in an admirable position entering the final month of the Sun Belt Conference’s regular season.
Lance Key says it would take a mathematician to figure out the Sun Belt Conference soccer race, even with only one weekend remaining in the regular season.