LSU baseball survives late rally from Grambling State, wins 14-11
BATON ROUGE - The LSU baseball team churned out 17 hits and 14 runs as they survived a late rally by Grambling State to take a 14-11 win on Wednesday.
The home Tigers (22-11) scored early and often, putting up crooked numbers in the 1st 4 innings to build a commanding 12-2 lead.
Grambling State (15-17) scored 9 runs over the final 3 innings, including 5 in the 9th to get to 11.
6 LSU Tigers had multiple hits, including Bryce Jordan and Antoine Duplantis, who both went 3-4.
Austin Bain (3-0) earned the win for LSU, striking out 6 of the 7 batters he faced.
LSU now heads to Missouri for a 3 game series with the Tigers beginning Friday at 6pm.
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