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Baseball vs LSU

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Texas A&M University looks to bounce back after losing the first game of the series against LSU 4-1.

Texas A&M University Baseball team took on LSU at Olsen Field in the second game of a three game series. Texas A&M defeated LSU 9-2, bringing the series to an even 1-1.
Photos by Jesse Everett and Alyssa Denson

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  • Sophomore John Doxakis pitched eight innings for the the Aggies, earning the win over LSU, 9-2.

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  • Texas A&M scored five runs in the first inning, getting off to an early lead.

    Photo by Photo by Jesse Everett
  • Texas A&M earned 7 strikeouts in the win over LSU.

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  • Sophomore Logan Foster watches the ball as he rounds first base.

    Photo by Photo by Jesse Everett
  • LSU’s Antoine Duplantis launches a ball back into a play after a deep hit into the outfield.

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  • Junior George Janca slides safely into second base.

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  • LSU earned six hits after being at-bat 32 times.

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  • In-between innings, fans participate in race and games to keep the crowd entertained.

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  • Texas A&M University held LSU to two runs through nine innings.

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  • LSU cycled through five different pitchers, compared to Texas A&M’s two.

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  • LSU’s Hal Hughes fields a ball and throws it to first base.

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  • The official attendance for the Texas A&M vs. LSU game was 5,761.

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  • LSU’s Antoine Duplantis slides to the safety of first base.

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  • Daniel Cabrera of LSU hit a home run in the top of the fourth inning. 

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  • Texas A&M scored runs in three of the eight innings.

    Photo by Photo by Jesse Everett
  • LSU only recorded three strikeouts in their loss to Texas A&M.  

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  • Junior Allonte Wingate outruns a throw to third base.

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  • Sophomore John Doxakis was run over in the eight inning while tagging out a runner from LSU, officials rules the runner out.

    Photo by Photo by Jesse Everett
  • Sophomore Braden Shewmake makes a play to first for the final out of the game.

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  • LSU looks to rebound April 7 against Texas A&M as the series comes an end in the third and final game.

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