If it looks like a Division 1 sport and sounds like a division 1 sport…then it must be a Division 1 sport.
Except for club sports just like LSU lacrosse. Continue reading
There’s already a strong connection between LSU and the AFL’s New Orleans Voodoo. But this year, the bond got a little stronger. “(It’s) good to see the LSU boys back together,” former LSU and current Voodoo DL Marlon Favorite said. “It’s a good feeling.” The 2014 Voodoo feature 3 former Tigers from LSU’s last two … Continue reading
For a sports town that loves its Tigers and Saints, Baton Rouge is growing fonder of a game that’s biggest following comes from overseas, soccer. Continue reading
LSU History senior Baylor Lansden demonstrates some basic moves from his aerial silk class at LSU. This is Lansden’s second semester taking the acrobatic class. Continue reading
Earning gold medals and championship belts in a martial art as demanding as Brazilian Jiu Jitsu takes a lifetime of preparation and dedication…unless you’re Jessica Guedry. Continue reading
By: Claire Langlois Home runs and big plays take most of the attention in baseball, but the man on the mound is key to a team’s success. LSU’s pitching coach Alan Dunn utilizes a 13-man staff for each game to give the Tigers the best defensive chance to win a game. Dunn flashes a series … Continue reading
The LSU Gymnastics team is about to enter into the post-season after a record-breaking season. However, the team attributes their success to more than just their talent. They believe their team chemistry and the support from their fans has played just as big of a role. Continue reading