Running backs’ coach Pierre Ingram (left) of the Louisiana Tech University staff observes a youngster running through a drill at the Bulldogs’ annual summer instructional camp held this week at Joe Aillet Stadium.
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Pauline Tufi recorded a pair of RBI doubles and Krysta Tutsch added a solo home run leading Louisiana Tech to a 13-6 win over Northwestern State in a predetermined 10-inning fall game Wednesday night at the Lady Techster Softball Complex.
Tech pounded out 14 hits and capitalized on four NSU errors and eight walks to improve to 3-0 during the exhibition fall season.
BIRMINGHAM, Ala. — Despite projected to finish seventh and only score 52 points, Louisiana Tech’s men’s track and field team was led by Trey Hadnot’s two gold medals and Jermey Hicks’ all-star performance as the Bulldogs finished second at the Conference USA Indoor Track and Field Championships at the CrossPlex Saturday evening.
Hadnot broke his own Conference USA record in the 200m and Hicks was named the league’s Freshman of the Year as the Bulldogs recorded their highest finish at a conference meet since placing second at the 1999 Sun Belt Indoor Championships.
WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. — American Sports Network and Louisiana Tech officials announced Wednesday that Louisiana Tech’s four football games on ASN this season can be seen across Louisiana with new ASN affiliates confirmed.
In Shreveport, the CW station KPXJ will carry all four of Tech’s games live on ASN this season on channel 21 or on Comcast HD tier channel 1010. In Monroe, the CW station KNOE-DT3 on channel 8.3 will carry all four of the Bulldogs games live on ASN.
Jackson State swept a pair of Southwestern Athletic Conference road wins over Grambling State Saturday at the Frederick C. Hobdy Assembly Center. A’Torri Shine (shooting ball above) led the G-Men with 18 points and Redmond Brown added 16 as the Grambling men fell 74-63. In women’s action, Grambling head coach Nadine Domond’s (pictured talking to a referee above right) Lady Tigers fell 64-55 to JSU.