LSU softball starts hot at WCWS, beats Auburn 6-1
The LSU Tiger softball team started their stay at the Women's College World Series off with a bang, and are hoping to continue swinging their way to their first ever national title.
The Tigers beat Auburn 6-1 in their first game in Oklahoma City and will advance to face Florida in the winners bracket on Friday at 6:00 p.m..
LSU shortstop Bianka Bell roped a solo home run in the first inning to start the scoring for LSU, moving into sole possession of the career record spot with her 18th.
Leading 1-0 in the third inning, LSU once again broke out the bats with a two out rally.
With Bell drawing a four pitch walk, Tiger slugger Sahvanna Jaquish slice one to a blank hole in right center field scoring two more runs with the double.
LSU catcher Kellsi Kloss would follow with a two run homer to keep the two out rally rolling.
LSU would lead 5-0 moving to the middle of the third inning.
Auburn would score one run on a sacrifice fly, however LSU would counter right away scoring on a throwing error to make the score 6-1.
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