Louisiana Tech University basketball women’s Head Coach Teresa Weatherspoon and men’s Head Coach Michael White will preview upcoming action for both the Techsters and the Bulldogs on the Centric Federal Credit Union’s “Inside Tech Basketball” show presented by Miller Light as part of the Tech Sports Network Monday starting at 6 p.m. at Scott’s Catfish.
The hour-long show will feature a half hour segment with Weatherspoon and the “Voice of the Lady Techsters” Malcolm Butler and a half-hour segment with White and the “Voice of the Bulldogs” Dave Nitz.
IRVINE, Calif. — With outstanding balance with its scoring, Louisiana Tech University extended its early season winning streak to four games with an 80-65 victory over Navy at the 2K Sports Classic benefiting Coaches for Cancer here Saturday night.
Point guard DeAndre Brown led the Bulldogs’ attack with 15 points, all recorded in the first half on 3-point field goals.
Jacob Seal, right, and the Ruston Dixie 14-and-under Dixie All-Star baseball team lost Sunday night in an elimination game of the Dixie state tournament. The Ruston team finished 2-2 in state tourney action. The Ruston Dixie 12-year-old team will begin state tourney play next weekend in Haughton.
Grambling State University Head Coach Doug Williams isn’t exactly doing cartwheels over a scheduled rematch with the University of Louisiana-Monroe in 2013.
“On Sunday, I probably got about 15 calls from unhappy Grambling fans, who weren’t pleased with the way things went at the game,” Williams said at his weekly media luncheon on Monday about the 35-7 loss to the Warhawks. “I wasn’t, either. I know our bench was located on the side where ULM students were behind us and they were saying some pretty rough things to our players. I told our guys to just not buy into what they were saying or to let it go, but it got to be pretty rude after a while. I know it’s a game and fans want to yell for their team, but there are some things better left unsaid.”