The truth is former St. Thomas More and UL football standout Deuce Wallace has never had an easy path to achieving his football goals.
The No. 14-ranked UL Ragin’ Cajuns ended up scoring eight more runs in the game, but so much about the two runs they scored in the bottom of the first stuck out in coach Gerry Glasco’s mind after Thursday’s 10-3 win over South Alabama.
After a Senior Day loss to UL-Monroe, the UL softball team may have uncovered a chip on their shoulder heading into the Sun Belt Conference Tournament.
When the UL Ragin’ Cajuns softball team went through its fall season last year, naturally no one knew how many key contributors weren’t even on the roster yet.
The All-Sun Belt Conference team was released Monday afternoon just one day before the start of the league’s tournament in Troy, Alabama.
Coming off a weekend sweep of North Alabama and staring at a critical Sun Belt Conference road weekend trip to UT-Arlington, exactly how important is Tuesday’s 6 p.m. nonconference home game against the Southern Jaguars for the UL Ragin’ Cajuns?
Connor Cooke continued his recent stretch of dominant pitching, finishing just one out short of a complete game in a 5-2 win over North Alabama on Saturday at Russo Park.
The ULM Warhawks didn’t seem to be in the mood to make anything easy for the No. 14-ranked UL Ragin’ Cajuns throughout this senior celebration weekend.
One day after playing almost a perfect game with a run-rule win over ULM in the series opener, the No. 14-ranked UL Ragin’ Cajuns were not close to that level in Friday’s game two at Lamson Park.
With the finish line so close in the first game of the final regular-season weekend of the season, UL coach Gerry Glasco said his No. 14-ranked Ragin’ Cajuns played as close to perfectly as they have all season.
When you play a nonconference series this late in the season, determining what’s at stake can sometimes be a tough question to answer.
The University of Louisiana at Lafayette has added another non-conference game to its 2024 football schedule, agreeing to terms with Michigan State to play on Sept. 14, 2024, at Spartan Stadium in East Lansing, Michigan.
While the UL Ragin’ Cajuns softball and baseball teams are gearing up for the postseasons in those spring sports, for some, it’s always football season.
The UL football program has reached an agreement to play at road game at Missouri on Oct. 4, 2025 at Faurot Field at Memorial Stadium in Columbia, Missouri.
In hindsight, it’s easy for those outside the team to proclaim the old axiom discretion is indeed the better part of valor.
The world of college basketball in 2021 leaves room for plenty of offseason news, and the UL Ragin’ Cajuns aren’t any different.
There are a lot of things UL’s softball program is still hoping to accomplish this season, beginning with this weekend’s regular season finale against UL-Monroe at Lamson Park.
The UL Ragin’ Cajuns softball team made quick work of Coastal Carolina on Sunday with a 10-2 run-rule win to complete the weekend sweep of the Chanticleers.
Former UL running back Trey Ragas was not drafted over the weekend, but did get his foot in the NFL door by signing a free agent contract with the Las Vegas Raiders.
The resilience of the UL Ragin’ Cajuns baseball team was both illustrated and tested again during a Sun Belt Conference doubleheader split with Texas State at Russo Park.
The resilience of the UL Ragin’ Cajuns continued to impress in game one of Saturday’s doubleheader with a 9-0 victory over Texas State at Russo Park.
Former Erath High and UL standout Elijah Mitchell continued the Cajuns’ recent trend of getting running backs taken in the NFL draft when San Francisco nabbed him with the 194th overall selection in the sixth round Saturday.
UL coach Gerry Glasco said he wanted a sweep this weekend and his No. 13-ranked Ragin’ Cajuns got off to a good start with a doubleheader sweep of 7-2 and 7-0 over Coastal Carolina on Saturday.
There are several ways to view the importance of UL’s long Sun Belt Conference softball road trip to Coastal Carolina this weekend.
The UL spring season is almost over, but the remaining games received a huge boost Thursday with the announcement that all outdoor athletics events are now at full capacity.
UL coach Matt Deggs’ plans weren’t for his Ragin’ Cajuns to be sitting 22-18 overall and 8-7 in Sun Belt play battling to stay in the upper half of the league’s West division race.
LITTLE ROCK, Ark. — Instead of getting down, the UL Ragin’ Cajuns just got angry, and their bats did the talking in a 7-4 road victory over Little Rock on Sunday at Gary Hogan Field.
TUSCALOOSA – The No. 5-ranked Alabama Crimson Tide completed the two-game sweep of the No. 13-ranked UL Ragin’ Cajuns on Sunday with a 5-1 victory at Rhoads Stadium in Tuscaloosa.