While chatting with LSU legend Skip Bertman and former pitching coach great Dan Canevari on ESPN Radio in Baton Rouge, LSU baseball head coach Paul Mainieri gave an indication of what the Tigers’ season could look like in 2021.
LSU pitchers Jaden Hill and Devin Fontenot on Tuesday received 2021 Preseason All-America recognition from Collegiate Baseball newspaper. Hill was named to the first team and Fontenot was voted to the second team by the publication.
The LSU softball team announced Wednesday, Nov. 11, the signing of six new players, who will all be freshmen and eligible for the 2021-22 academic year. Extra Inning Softball ranked the Tigers' class as No. 6 in the country as all signees are ranked in the Top 100 Prospect rankings.
There is quite the class for the Louisiana Sports Hall of Fame for 2021 with big names all over the place. One of those big names is former East Ascension and LSU superstar defensive lineman Glenn Dorsey.
The Houston Astros have placed All-Star third baseman Alex Bregman, who played shortstop at LSU, on the injured list after he suffered a strained right hamstring. He is expected to be out around three weeks.
One of the area’s top baseball prospects announced his college choice on Friday. Rising junior infielder Tyler LeJeune took to Twitter to announce that he’ll suit up for the LSU Tigers once his days at Iota are over.
A former LSU star, whose company trains high-level athletes in the off-season, says a situation like this could not only create separation among institutions and their programs but the athletes themselves.
LSU sophomore pitcher Cole Henry appeared in 14 games last season, 11 of which he started, but missed four consecutive weeks late in the regular season due to arm soreness before returning to the mound in the postseason.