TROY, Ala. – Louisiana Tech held Troy to very few scoring opportunities, but with less than five minutes left the Trojans were able to put one in the back of the net to down the Lady Techsters, 1-0, on Sunday afternoon in the second game of the 2015 Trojan Classic.
The defensive shape and organization of Tech (2-2) was spot on just like in the match Friday at the Troy Soccer Complex.
However, Troy (4-1-1) took advantage of a cross and finished it in the 86nd minute just outside the six.
Louisiana Tech’s Malcolm Butler and ESPN 97.7/ULM’s Nick White will team up for the second annual Live Mic Sports Broadcasting Camp presented by Barry Ricks M.D. Pediatric Associates.
The Ruston camp will be held at the Thomas Assembly Center on the Louisiana Tech Campus July 9-11 while the Monroe camp will be held at Ouachita Christian High School July 30 through August 1.. The camp is for boys and girls entering grades 7 through 12 this fall who are interested in gaining real-life knowledge and firsthand experience of the sports broadcasting business.
After winning the Conference-USA regular season men’s basketball title in their first year in the league, Louisiana Tech’s Bulldogs are now focused on postseason play.
But the Bulldogs did take a quick break Friday to celebrate with a net cutting ceremony at the Thomas Assembly Center.
Hundreds of fans came out to congratulate the Bulldogs and honor the players and coaching staff. The celebration included a video documentary of the regular season’s finale road trip to Houston to face Rice. Tech defeated the Owls 70-48 Thursday night.