ARLINGTON, Texas Everything was setting up perfectly.
To UL baseball coach Tony Robichaux, Tuesday’s 6-5 comeback win over No. 14 LSU in front of 8,667 in Metairie was certainly encouraging.
METAIRIE — Truthfully, UL senior Handsome Monica doesn’t really enjoy the challenge of following a teammate who just blasted a ball out of the park.
GREENSBORO, N.C. — If not quite as explosive, the No. 10-ranked UL Ragin’ Cajuns softball team got consistent offense from their lineup in Tuesday’s road game against UNC-Greensboro to finish off a five-day East Coast trip.
BUIES CREEK, N.C. — After a few breathers over the weekend, the No. 10 UL softball team went right back to needing fantastic pitching in Monday's 3-0 road win over Campbell.
UL baseball’s 2019 season continues to be a series of rebounds for the Ragin’ Cajuns, mostly of the defensive variety.
Kole McKinnon’s offensive numbers don’t put him among UL’s baseball leaders, but coach Tony Robichaux doesn’t mind at all seeing the Ragin’ Cajuns catcher at the plate in key situations.
There were things seen and not seen at UL’s unusual annual spring game Saturday in the Moncla Indoor Facility.
The UL Ragin’ Cajuns track and field team produced a combined 12 first places including personal bests from Dominique Williams, Terroll Jolla and Claire Meyers, to wrap up competition on Saturday at the inaugural Cole-Lancon Conference Challenge …
UL coach Gerry Glasco found out one good thing to know about his No. 10 Ragin’ Cajuns softball team on Saturday in Boone, North Carolina.
Kevin Johnson, who has been with the Cajuns the past 10 years, joins four holdovers from Hunter's staff at Georgia State.
The UL track and field team will host the Cole-Lancon Conference Challenge on Saturday at the Ragin’ Cajuns track facility.
If the previous seven games for the UL Ragin’ Cajuns all kind of looked like the same game to you, Wednesday’s 7-1 victory over the Southeastern Louisiana Lions at Lamson Park should have served as a welcomed relief from the norm.
NEW ORLEANS – After clearing the bar in the men’s high jump at over seven feet for the second straight meet and third time in his career, UL’s Damon Guidry was named on Wednesday as the Sun Belt Conference Male Athlete of the Week in a release by …
UL coach Gerry Glasco doesn't pass up many opportunities to speak glowingly about how great it is for his No. 10-ranked Ragin' Cajuns to play in front of their home crowd at Lamson Park.
Options don’t always produce victories, but having more of them certainly makes the coach feel a lot better in pursuit of that daily goal.
In the life of UL red-shirt sophomore linebacker Lorenzo McCaskill, he’s had some great examples to follow in his dream of being a great success one day.
The No. 10-ranked UL softball team has won 10 games in a row, sports a 33-4 record and is a perfect 15-0 in Sun Belt Conference play.
Perhaps it was O’Neal Lochridge breaking his 0-for-36 slump at the plate with three hits in the first game and another in the nightcap of UL’s 14-5, 6-1 doubleheader sweep of first-place Arkansas State on Saturday at Russo Park.
Two weekends ago, the No. 10-ranked UL Ragin’ Cajuns softball team's batting order was on fire, scoring 36 runs in a dominating three-game series of South Alabama.
Considering the lack of production in recent years and the injuries this spring, there may not be a position on the UL Ragin’ Cajuns football team more in need of a shot in the arm than at tight end.
Throughout last year’s offseason, the biggest question surrounding UL football — besides the starting quarterback of course — was whether the defense could get better.
At a news conference almost two weeks ago, UL associate head coach Anthony Babineaux made a statement that might have seemed like a bit of a Hail Mary at the time.
UL second-year football coach Billy Napier is grateful he only lost one assistant coach off his first staff with the Ragin’ Cajuns.