If it seemed like all LSU's teams did this weekend was win, it wasn't your imagination. The baseball, softball, basketball and gymnastics teams combined for 10 victories and no losses.
On Sunday, LSU baseball completed a three-game sweep of Toledo, Sacred Heart and Southeastern, allowing only three runs the entire weekend. The Tigers improved their record to 8-4.
LSU capped a 4-1 week with a weekend sweep of three visiting schools in Alex Box Stadium. It all started with what was easily the Tigers' best…
Meanwhile, the softball team was dominating the LSU Invitational, claiming a 5-1 win over FAU on Sunday to complete a five-game clean sweep of the weekend tournament.
After losing two games last week and starting this weekend with a pair of narrow final-inning victories, what LSU softball needed most Sunday …
Speaking of domination, the gymnastics team rode the momentum of two perfect-10 floor scores by Sarah Finnegan, Myia Hambrick to cap an unbeaten SEC season, as No. 3-ranked LSU handily won their meet against No. 15 Auburn, 198.100-195.625.
And LSU basketball got in on the act Saturday afternoon, trouncing Mississippi State 78-57 in an emotional regular season finale in the Pete Maravich Assembly Center, earning an SEC tournament bye.
For weeks, Will Wade has been reluctant to talk about the LSU basketball team’s postseason chances beyond the Southeastern Conference tournament.
Though not official "wins," there were two more accomplishments of note:
As of Monday morning, former LSU football players held two of the top four times in the 40-yard dash at the NFL combine. Defensive back Donte Jackson was tied for the best time, at 4.32. And receiver DJ Chark ran a 4.34 on Saturday that stood as the best time over the weekend.
And on Saturday, LSU football landed two Mississippi commitments during an 'amazing' junior day event.
Former LSU defensive back Donte Jackson fell short of his goal, but he still posted the fastest 40-yard dash of the NFL combine.
LSU backed up multiple excellent pitching performances with just enough offense, knocking off Southeastern Louisiana 4-2 to preserve its first…
Dinner in a suite overlooking Tiger Stadium’s football field was cool.
Myia Hambrick was in tears.