Lane Burroughs and Louisiana Tech Baseball
After the ODU Eagles swept East Carolina and Southern Miss last weekend, many people are wondering if Lane Burroughs and the Louisiana Tech Tigers have a future together. Let’s break down what has happened and what the future holds for Lane Burroughs and the Tigers. This article will provide some answers. Read on for a look at Lane Burroughs’ future at Louisiana Tech. After reading this article, you should have a better idea of what to expect this season from the Red Raiders.
ODU swept East Carolina and Southern Miss
The Ohio Dominican University baseball team won both games against the Pirates on Saturday, March 23. The win was the first over a ranked opponent in program history. In 2014, ODU was part of Conference USA, but the team finished tied for fourth with 17 wins. The Monarchs began conference play by knocking off No. 4 seed Middle Tennessee State on March 2. After losing to FIU and Middle Tennessee in back-to-back games, ODU swept the Pirates. ODU then beat FIU and Middle Tennessee State in back-to-back games and defeated Rice in the conference tournament semifinals. After losing to Rice in the first game, the Owls defeated the Tigers again in the semifinals, and eventually advanced to the conference title game against UTSA.
In the second game of the series, the Pirates swept the 49ers, winning 5-4 on the road. The Pirates led 9-2 in the fifth inning, and a three-run home run by Josh Madole and Will Cunningham tied the game at nine. The Pirates tacked on two more runs in the ninth, and a walk-off HR by Brock Gagliardi put ODU ahead for good in the 10th inning. In the ninth inning, Quinton Martinez struck out a batter but the game was tied.
ODU swept East Carolina
Ohio Dominican University took care of business in the ninth inning as it rallied to sweep East Carolina, 3-2. After trailing by three going into the bottom of the ninth, the Monarchs plated four runs on four hits. Carter Trice doubled down the right field line to start the game. Later, Andy Garriola doubled to left center, and Petracci homered to right center. The win put ODU at 34-15 on the season.
The Pirates opened the season with a sweep of Georgia Southern, then went on to win two of three games against Rhode Island and No. 25 Duke. They were picked to finish atop the American Athletic Conference, and three student-athletes were named to the conference’s Preseason All-Conference team. Now, the Pirates can put their winning ways on hold and get back to the postseason. Here are a few things to keep in mind before the Pirates play the Pirates.
ODU swept Southern Miss
ODU baseball continues its winning ways with a three-game sweep of Southern Miss. The Golden Eagles are 2-2 on the week and sit atop Conference USA with two games to play. In the latest rankings, ODU is ranked 14th in the nation. It is also second in the country with 99 home runs, behind Tennessee. The Golden Eagles were led by freshman Mason Irby, who drove in five runs on 4-of-8 hitting. His two-run double extended the Southern Miss lead to 7-2 in the seventh inning. LeeMarcus Boyd tallied three hits Sunday and finished with five for the weekend.
In the first game of the series, Southern Miss tied the game with two runs in the fourth inning, and then scored a run in the fifth inning to tie it. Southern Miss then took the lead in the bottom of the sixth inning after an rocky outing from starter Hurston Waldrep. In the first inning, three consecutive batters reached base, but the sophomore pitcher managed to escape with a walk to Brady Faust. Later in the game, ODU recorded its last out and clinched the series with a win.
Lane Burroughs’ future at Louisiana Tech
A new contract extension has been reached with Lane Burroughs, who was on the hot seat during the offseason. The deal reportedly includes a salary increase, but is subject to approval by the Board of Supervisors of the University of Louisiana System. The announcement has fueled speculation in national media and backroom conversations. However, the news isn’t as grim as it may sound. Lane Burroughs has been in a job in Ruston for more than a decade, and his future at Louisiana Tech is now safe.
The baseball team under Burroughs has a strong record. In six seasons, the Bulldogs have won 205 games. The team has produced 25 All-Conference USA selections. This past season, Louisiana Tech went 43-21, earning a berth in the NCAA Tournament. In addition, the 2021 team hosted an NCAA Tournament regional. That means it has won back-to-back NCAA Tournament bids since 1986-87.
Pat Patterson Park capacity
Pat Patterson Park is a college baseball stadium in Ruston, Louisiana. The stadium is the home of the Louisiana Tech University Bulldogs. The baseball stadium features a full capacity of 6,000. The seating capacity of Pat Patterson Park depends on the game. The Bulldogs have played at Pat Patterson Park since 2009.
The stadium features 1,322 permanent seats and a capacity of 2,100. In addition to the permanent seats, Pat Patterson Park also has a covered bleacher seating area. John Bel Edwards, a former Tech legend, was named head coach in 2015. He received an extension through 2026 after winning the 2017 Big 12 Championship. His successor, former Alabama head coach Mitch Gaspard, was promoted to Associate Head Coach.
Authenticity of La Tech baseball tickets
If you’re considering purchasing La Tech Baseball tickets, you’ve probably already heard about the university’s athletics department. However, you might be wondering how to ensure authenticity. First, contact the Athletic Ticket Office to make sure the tickets you purchase are authentic. This way, you’ll avoid the possibility of being disappointed by the ticket you bought. It’s also important to consider the opponent you’re planning to see. Tickets for top-tier opponents will be expensive, so purchase yours early.
You’ll find the most affordable Louisiana Tech baseball tickets at TicketSmarter. The site lists the schedule of upcoming games and will even allow you to search by the day and month you want to attend. You can also browse by game time or section to see what’s available for each game. While purchasing last-minute tickets can save you money, you’ll also run the risk of missing the event. If you’d rather attend a game at a lower price, consider purchasing your tickets three to seven days before the event.