|Texas Wesleyan (17-7)||0||1||0||2||1||2||2||0||0||8||12||1|
|LSU Shreveport (18-7)||0||0||0||0||0||0||0||0||0||0||5||5|
|Texas Wesleyan||Pitching||LSU Shreveport|
|Texas Wesleyan||Indv. Stats||LSU Shreveport|
|2 Players (#10,#11)||Doubles||None|
|None||Triples||#20 Lasseigne, Caleb|
By: Tanner Craft
SHREVEPORT, La – After dropping a tough one Tuesday evening against Texas Wesleyan, the Pilots were back in action against the Rams on Wednesday. For the second consecutive game nothing would go the Pilots' way as they fell by a score of 8-0. The Pilots are now 18-7 on the year and the Rams improved to 17-7.
The Pilots struggled all day getting anything going off of Texas Wesleyan's Andrew O'Brien (5-0) who went seven innings, allowed only four hits and had four strikeouts. Seven runners were left on base for the Pilots.
"I feel that offensively we have lost the commitment to a good team approach,' said LSUS coach Brent Lavallee. "We are getting some good individual performances but as a whole we are trying to do too much with the pitches we are given."
Pat Day (0-2) made his first start of the season for the Pilots today and went four innings and struck out four Rams batters.
The Pilots will have Thursday off but will be back in action Friday against Huston-Tilloston for RRAC action.
"It's going to take a short memory," said Coach Lavallee on what it will take for his players to bounce back for the weekend. "We have a group of winners and I'm confident we'll get back to playing Pilot baseball."
Friday vs. Huston-Tilloston at 6:00 p.m.
|34-15 (.694)||16-7 (.696)||Won 3|