UL basketball's Saturday opener canceled due to Loyola's COVID issues
One of the aspects lost in UL’s 38-10 home win over South Alabama on Nov. 14 was the contribution of senior graduate transfer Zach Robertson.
College football games after Thanksgiving Day are typically between two very tired football teams with their eyes on the finish line.
When 6-foot-5, 333-pound Tayland Humphrey transferred to UL from Florida International before the 2019 season, there were many questions to be answered, much progress to be made and a few issues to address.
His football team's game Saturday was already canceled due to a COVID-19 outbreak on the team impacting at least 33 players and now UL head coach Billy Napier has tested positive for the coronavirus.
With a team full of newcomers, the fall softball season was a critical step for the UL Ragin’ Cajuns … pandemic or not.
UL baseball coach Matt Deggs wasn’t comfortable with the processes necessary for the fall baseball season during the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
News surfaced Wednesday that UL’s men's basketball season opener against Xavier of New Orleans, scheduled for the day before Thanksgiving, was canceled.
The No. 24-ranked UL Ragin’ Cajuns football team was forced to cancel Saturday’s 1 p.m. non-conference home game against Central Arkansas after a spike in positive tests since its last game.
UL redshirt junior wide receiver Calif Gossett was home in Pensacola, Florida, working out at his old high school when it happened.
To end a very different volleyball season, UL’s Ragin’ Cajuns will wrap up their fall schedule in a different Sun Belt Conference Tournament.
FootballScoop lists Ragin Cajuns football coach Billy Napier as one of the top candidates for the newly vacant heach coach job at the University of South Carolina, according to the website FootballScoop.com.
He may not have looked like it in Saturday's win, but UL coach Billy Napier said he's pleased with the consistency and stability of the Cajuns' wide receiving corps.
There were so many things the No. 25-ranked UL Ragin’ Cajuns wanted to accomplish in Saturday’s Sun Belt West showdown against South Alabama at Cajun Field.
It didn’t take very long for the Ragin' Cajuns defense to get the message when preparation began for Saturday’s 1 p.m. home contest against South Alabama.
UL junior cornerback Eric Garror was asked how high he’d rank the defense’s performance in the 27-20 win over Arkansas State to the other games this season.
Just hours after UL’s 27-20 homecoming victory over Arkansas State, former UL wide receiver and linebacker Al Riles was shot and killed in Dallas at the age of 27.
Two major goals for the 2020 season could be colliding for the UL Ragin’ Cajuns at 1 p.m. Saturday when coach Billy Napier’s team takes on South Alabama at Cajun Field.
The season-long search for the “complete” game will continue for at least one more week for the No. 25-ranked UL Ragin’ Cajuns.
Graduate assistants, quality control coaches and analysts don’t often get a lot of credit, but UL head coach Billy Napier changed that trend following UL’s 27-20 homecoming victory over Arkansas State on Saturday.
When UL signed an unheralded offensive tackle out of Alexandria in February of 2017, the message sent on the program’s twitter announcement was “Carlos Rubio — Biggest sleeper in Louisiana.”
The prospects for the UL women's basketball season are looking bright with two Ragin' Cajuns named to the preseason All-Sun Belt team and coach Garry Brodhead's team picked to finish second in the West Division race.
UL softball coach Gerry Glasco is always trying to add to his roster and he's done it again with the addition of former Georgia outfielder Ciara Bryan.
Former Acadiana High standout Bralen Trahan is establishing himself as a big-play safety for the Ragin’ Cajuns this season.
In many ways, UL coach Billy Napier’s introductory comments about Saturday’s opponent Arkansas State were very similar to his description of Texas State the week before.