Lady Tigers Too Much For Cowgirls - KPLC 7 News, Lake Charles, Louisiana

Lady Tigers Too Much For Cowgirls

 

The McNeese State softball ladies have answered every challenge they have faced so far this year.

Rolling to a 32-and-10 record and first place in the Southland Conference.

But tonight... Was different. The LSU Lady Tigers came to town and brought their #11 national ranking with them.

A record crowd at Cowgirl Diamond to watch the Cowgirls and the Lady Tigers, and LSU gets going early.

First inning, Sandra Simmons singles to left, AJ Andrews scores to make it 1-nothing LSU.

Then in the 2nd, Jacee Blades singles to center, Andrews scores again and it's 2-to-nothing.

Here comes McNeese. Bottom of the 2nd… Ashley Modzelewski goes deep down the left field line, it's outa here, a home run and McNeese makes it 2-to-1 Tigers.

But more LSU in the 4th. With 2 on, AJ Andrews drops one down the right field line, one run is in, two runs are in. Lady Tigers take a 5-1 lead.

And then Bianka Bell crushes this one... Way back and gone, a 3-run home run...

And the Lady Tigers win big tonight, 7-1.

 

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