LSU baseball holds off Princeton in chilly series opener 3-2
BATON ROUGE - Jared Poche' struck out five batters over 6.2 innings and Jesse Stallings closed the door as LSU got good pitching and just enough offense to beat Princeton in game one of their series 3-2.
Jake Fraley broke open the scoring for LSU in the bottom of the 3rd, as a single scored Jared Foster from 3rd base to give LSU a 1-0 lead.
Later in the inning, Fraley stole second base, and then as he attempted to steal third the throw got away allowing Fraley to score and LSU took a 2-0 lead after 3 innings.
LSU improves to 8-1 with the win and will finish it's series against Princeton Saturday, as the threat of severe weather has pushed game 3 up to 45 minutes after the conclusion of game 2, which begins at 4pm.
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