LAFAYETTE — Louisiana Tech shot a season best round of 9-under-par Monday as the Bulldogs sit in fourth place entering today’s final round of the 29th Annual Louisiana Classics at Oakbourne Country Club in Lafayette.
The Bulldogs finished the day one stroke ahead of Tulsa and only six strokes behind host UL-Lafayette. No. 9 Illinois leads the tournament at 27-under-par (279-270-—549) while No. 33 LSU is in second place at 14-under-par (280-282—562).
Antwan Scott (5) led Grambling State with 20 points Saturday, but it wasn’t enough as the G-Men fell 61-52 to Arkansas-Pine Bluff at the Frederick C. Hobdy Assembly Center on the GSU campus. In women’s action, GSU defeated UAPB 85-56.
DALLAS, Texas — Dallas Baptist rallied in the final game of the conference set to defeat Louisiana Tech, 5-0, after losing the first two games of the weekend Sunday at Horner Ballpark in Dallas.
With the loss Sunday, Louisiana Tech (18-34, 6-18 WAC) has now been officially eliminated from the 2013 Western Athletic Conference tournament despite winning its first series of the season over the Dallas Baptist Patriots (26-26, 12-12 WAC). The Bulldogs won a doubleheader, 4-1 and 5-2, on Saturday.