LSU SS Kramer Robertson (Photo by Terrill Weil)

INSIDE THE BOX | LSU finally clicks on offense with 13 hits

Tigers even series with the Aggies with 7-4 win


BOX SCORE | LSU 7, Texas A&M 4

Recap | Back on track? Offense comes alive as LSU tops Aggies 7-4

Point of emphasis | Hitting with runners in scoring position was a major about-face for the Tigers as their first four runs all came in those situations.

W – Jared Poche (6-1)

L – Stephen Kopek (2-2)

Sv. – None

GW RBI – Antoine Duplantis RBI 1B in the 3rd inning

RECORDS: Texas A&M 18-10, 2-6 SEC; LSU 19-9, 5-3


  • After struggling for five games, including Thursday, the top four hitters in the Tigers’ lineup came up huge in the win: Cole Freeman (2-for-4, R), Antoine Duplantis (2-for-5, R, RBI), Kramer Robertson (3-for-4, 2 R, HR, 3 RBIs) and Greg Deichmann 1-for-4, HR, R, RBI).
  • Freeman’s 2-hit game was his 13th multi-hit game this season, which tops the team. Robertson now has 11.
  • LSU pitchers struck out 9 batters, marking the ninth time in 11 games they have recorded 9 or more Ks.
  • Getting his first SEC start, freshman Rankin Woley collected a pair of hits and also played a clean game at first base.
  • 71 of Jared Poche’s season-high 108 pitches were strikes. He led the way as LSU threw 28 first-pitch strikes to 39 batters.
  • Though the Tigers’ offense was decidedly more effective, they still left 12 men on base, seven in their final four at-bats.
  • Texas A&M’s leadoff man reached base in 6 of 9 innings. Only one scored, though, because Poche limited the Aggie batter behind the leadoff man to 1-for-6.


“We certainly had some opportunities to get to Poche early in the game. We had the leadoff man on each of the first 4 innings and the runner in scoring position two of those four, but we weren't able to cash in. If you don't get to a great pitcher like that early on, he'll settle in, and he did. On our end, we have to play on a higher level more consistently to compete in SEC play.”

--- Texas A&M coach Rob Childress



Game 3 | 2:30 p.m. Saturday

WHERE: Alex Box Stadium

RADIO: 98.1-FM (Baton Rouge)



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