Tiger baseball runs past Southern 11-2 in Wally Pontiff Classic
The LSU Tiger baseball team rolled past the Southern Jaguars 11-2 in the Wally Pontiff Classic in Metairie and both teams will turn around and face each other Wednesday night in Alex Box Stadium.
The Tigers collected 14 hits and continued to play solid consistent error free baseball. Starting pitcher Kurt McCune making his first appearance of the season earned the win with his three innings of work, surrendering two earned runs on three hits.
LSU jumped out to a 5-0 first inning lead and were never threatened by the Jaguars who had two runs on six hits.
Camilo Godoy took the loss for Southern who fell to 12-13 on the season, the Tigers improved to 31-2 and won their 13th game in a row.
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