ARLINGTON, Texas — Jerekius Davis came off the bench to score a game-high 19 points, including five 3-pointers, and the UL Ragin’ Cajuns used a pair of first-half runs to defeat Texas Arlington 76-64 in a Sun Belt Conference men’s basketball game …
The Ragin’ Cajuns softball (11-0) remained unbeaten through the weekend, and on Tuesday climbed higher in the Top 25 rankings for a second straight week.
Coming into this baseball season, most of the questions revolving around the UL Ragin’ Cajuns’ prospects this spring revolved around the pitching staff.
UL-Lafayette defeated Texas, 8-6, in the final game of a three-game set to open the 2019. The Longhorns won the first two games of the series.
The No. 13-ranked UL-Lafayette softball team remained undefeated Sunday, beating Stephen F. Austin 5-2 in the finals of the 33rd annual Louisiana Classics at Lamson Park.
The UL-Lafayette softball team improved to 10-0 after picking up a pair of mercy-rule wins Saturday afternoon at Lamson Park.
MONROE — UL-Lafayette's 55-52 women's basketball victory at UL-Monroe on Saturday certainly wasn’t the most conventional win you’ll run across, but coach Garry Brodhead and his Ragin’ Cajuns aren’t real picky these days in that category.
Austin Todd’s two-out, two-run double in the top of the 10th inning provided the winning runs as the 19th-ranked Texas Longhorns took a 3-1 win over UL-Lafayette in Friday’s season opener for both teams.
The more UL-Lafayette men’s basketball Director of Operations Michael Murphy began rattling off the things the Ragin’ Cajuns must do to earn a season split with the UL-Monroe Warhawks in Saturday’s 7 p.m. rematch at the Cajundome, the longer the l…
No college baseball player in the nation is relishing the arrival of opening day more than Gunner Leger.
UL-Lafayette baseball coach Tony Robichaux has been through the final preparations for an upcoming college baseball season many times over the past three decades.
The numbers going into Monday’s doubleheader against the Cal Bears to conclude the Ragin’ Cajuns Classic weekend at Lamson Park were on the sick side.
The only thing we know for sure is UL-Lafayette’s 76-72 win over Georgia State on Friday in the Cajundome stopped the bleeding of a three-game losing streak.
Things went a little too easy for the No. 15-ranked UL-Lafayette Ragin’ Cajuns in demolishing two overmatched foes by a combined total of 47-0 over the past three games to get to 4-0 on the young season.
ATLANTA — It came down to the final shot, but Jomyra Mathis' effort did not fall and UL-Lafayette women's basketball lost 74-71 to Georgia State at the GSU Sports Arena.
After a lackluster offensive performance in UL-Lafayette's modest 4-0 win over Fordham in Thursday's season opener, the expected fireworks erupted on the second day of the Ragin’ Cajuns Classic at Lamson Park.
UL junior Justin Miller, who had a game-high 13 rebounds in Friday's 76-72 win over Georgia State, said the team won the game for coach Bob Marlin and his coaching staff.
The ease at which UL-Lafayette’s basketball opponents are scoring in abundance would be almost comical, if it wasn’t so disturbing to the Ragin’ Cajuns faithful.
A year ago, UL-Lafayette softball coach Gerry Glasco entered his first season saddled with more question marks than the Ragin' Cajuns had in more than three decades.
Back in December, when he announced a collection of 19 additions to his UL-Lafayette football team, Ragin’ Cajuns coach Billy Napier said the early signing class was only a starting point.
For once, UL-Lafayette basketball coach Bob Marlin is happy his team doesn’t have as much preparation time as normal.
CONWAY, S.C. — Louisiana-Lafayette's defense continued to struggle Saturday in a 96-79 loss to Coastal Carolina, the Ragin' Cajuns' first loss to the Chanticleers.
If not for one buzzer-beater and one blown call that resulted in Sun Belt Conference officiating sanctions, UL-Monroe’s basketball team would be unbeaten in league play and in sole possession of first place.
When UL-Lafayette’s women’s basketball team was in the midst of three straight games against SEC competition in December, there wasn’t much thought about winning streaks.
Three-point baskets are much more the norm at the start of Sun Belt Conference play, and UL-Lafayette coach Bob Marlin said that can be good and it can be bad for his Ragin’ Cajuns team.