Javonte Smart scored 21 points as defending Southeastern Conference champion LSU withstood Tennessee’s 3-point barrage and opened its league schedule with a 78-64 road victory over the Volunteers. Tennessee (8-5) lost for the fourth time in its last five games despite shooting 13 of 26 from 3-point range. Skylar Mays scored 17 points and Trendon Watford had 15 for LSU. The Tigers shot 60% from the floor in the second half. Yves Pons and Santiago Vescovi had 18 points each for Tennessee. Vescovi is a freshman point guard from Uruguay who was making his Tennessee debut.
By Bill Franques BATON ROUGE, La. – Second baseman Cade Doughty and catcher Saul Garza each launched homers Friday night, and Cole Henry pitched four shutout innings as No. 11 LSU earned an 8-1 win […]
By Alissa Cavaretta BATON ROUGE – Behind solo home runs from Daniel Cabrera, Antoine Duplantis and Brock Mathis, the No. 10 LSU baseball team earned a 9-2 win against Holy Cross Wednesday night in Alex […]