LSU Softball advances to its third straight Women's College World Series
TALLAHASSEE, Fla. - LSU senior catcher Sahvanna Jaquish drove in four runs and Carley Hoover entered in relief to hold off No. 4-seed Florida Stat, as the LSU Softball team advanced to the Women's College World Series for the third-straight season.
The Tigers held on for 6-4 victory agains the Seminoles Sunday afternoon for what seemed like an unlikely win.
The Tigers have CONQUERED Tallahassee! Hey OKC, we're coming for you. pic.twitter.com/XhbHo6oYcf— LSU Softball (@LSUsoftball) May 28, 2017
LSU (47-20) will face UCLA in the opening game of the WCWS on Thursday. Game time and television coverage will be announced soon.
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