Antoine Duplantis breaks LSU All-Time hit record
BATON ROUGE- During the 1st inning of LSU's 6-4 win over Southern Miss in the NCAA Baton Rouge Regional Final, LSU outfielder Antoine Duplantis hit a single up the middle which gave him his 353rd hit of his LSU career.
Duplantis passes former LSU tiger first baseman Eddy Furniss for the LSU all-time hits record. Duplantis also broke the record for most career games at LSU with 267 games played.
Duplantis finished the night against Southern Miss 2-for-5 and scored a run. He now sits in 2nd place behind Mississippi State outfielder Jake Mangum for the SEC All-Time hits lead.
Duplantis will have a shot to build on his record breaking career throughout the rest of the NCAA tournament as the Tigers host Florida State in the NCAA Super Regionals starting Friday.
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