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2018 Bengals set record with sixth title

EDITOR’S NOTE: This is the 11th of a 12-story series celebrating LSUE’s baseball and softball national championships.
The Bengals were the host team for the 2018 Region 23 tournament and LSU Eunice earned three straight wins over Hinds Community College (10-0), Itawamba (5-4, 11 innings) and Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College (13-4).
LSUE lost 6-1 to Meridian Community College (6-1) but rebounded for a 10-3 win over the Eagles in the winner-take-all game and earned a berth in the NJCAA Division II World Series.

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Former LSUE coach Bari remembered

Former LSU Eunice head girls basketball coach Michael Bari passed away Thursday morning in Alexandria from complications due to COVID-19.
Bari, 58, served as the Lady Bengal head coach for nine seasons (2004-2013) and amassed a 154-113 record.
He joined LSU Eunice after coaching at Colorado Northwest Community College, Gannon University, Alderson Broadus College, Penn State University-Behrend College and East Stroudsburg University.
After LSUE, Bari moved on to West Virginia Wesleyan College and Salem International University before retiring in 2017.

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With the cancellation of the National Intercollegiate Rodeo Association’s College National Rodeo Finals this year due to coronavirus, McNeese State University’s men’s and women’s rodeo teams have officially ended the season. (Submitted photo)

Several area students shine on McNeese rodeo teams

With the cancellation of the National Intercollegiate Rodeo Association’s College National Rodeo Finals this year due to coronavirus, McNeese State University’s men’s and women’s rodeo teams have officially ended the season.
“We were on track to take 10 individuals to the national finals this year and I was 100% confident our team was ready to bring home more national championships,” says coach Justin Browning. “We had a great run and I’m immensely proud of the team.”

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