Terry Bradshaw expressed strong opinions earlier this week about Louisiana Tech University needing to avoid joining up in the future with the Sun Belt Conference, which has reportedly been placing Tech high on its list of candidates for future expansion.
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The University of Louisiana-Monroe made it three-straight walk off wins over Grambling State as the Warhawks picked up a 6-5 win over the Tigers Tuesday night at Warhawk Field.
Trailing 5-4 entering the bottom of the ninth, the Warhawks (20-30) got a leadoff walk by Jacob Stockton and later put two men on as Cody Stone drew a one-out walk and was replaced by pinch runner Vincent Dellocono.
The Ruston Girls Softball Association is currently registering for the spring softball season.
Individuals began registering at the RGSA complex on South Farmerville Street on Saturday and will also have the opportunity to do so on Feb. 25 from 9 a.m.-noon. Registration forms can also be picked up at the Ruston Locker Room or logging on to the organization’s website at www.rustonsoftball.com. The RGSA offers softball for girls ages 5-18. The cost of registration is $65 for ages seven-through-18 and $40 for T-ball. The last date for registration is March 3. More information is available by calling Cheryl Lamkin at 235-5477.
BOCA RATON, Fla. — Phil Maton pitched a complete game and struck out a season-high seven batters to lead Louisiana Tech to a 3-2 league win over Florida Atlantic and tie the series at one game apiece Saturday afternoon at FAU Stadium.
Maton (2-2) earned the win for Tech (7-11, 2-3 C-USA) after pitching the fourth complete game of his career and his first of the 2014 campaign.