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Lady Bengals ready for repeat

Saturday the Lady Bengal sophomores will get their rings as 2016 NJCAA Division II softball national champions.
“I hope they stay hungry and want another one.” LSUE head coach Andy Lee said.
“We have won it four times in the last six years and I feel this could be another good year.
“I think they are hungry and I feel they are talented enough to get back (to the world series).”
In 2011, the Lady Bengals won their first national championship and LSUE finished as runners-up in 2012.

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Lady Bengals release schedule

The defending softball national champion LSU Eunice Lady Bengal softball team released its2017 schedule this week.
“I was looking to get a few more home games but it looks like we are playing 75 percent of our games on the road,” LSUE head coach said. “That should toughen us up as we go through early season challenges.”
The Lady Bengals open the season at the Galveston College Tournament during the last weekend in January.

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Lady Bengals fall to LSUA

ALEXANDRIA – The LSU Eunice Lady Bengals began 2017 with back-to-back road losses to fall to 4-10 on the season.
The Lady Bengals fell 74-54 to LSU Alexandria Thursday night after losing 81-72 to Bossier Parish Community College on Monday.
A slow start hampered the Lady Bengals as LSUA jumped out to a 12-5 first quarter lead, aided by six points from Nicole Bouillion.
Jaleya Gold led the Lady Bengals with three points in the opening period.
The two offenses warmed up in the second quarter as LSUA outscored the Lady Bengals 27-19 to grab a 39-24 halftime lead.

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Getting ready for the new baseball season

While their classmates may be enjoying the holiday break, the LSU Eunice baseball team has been busy preparing for the upcoming 2017 season.
“They all had exit meetings with the coaches at the conclusion of the fall season,” head baseball coach Jeff Willis said. “We discussed where they stood with the team, what their strengths and weaknesses are as well as a grade given by their teammates.”
The players underwent workouts each day of their break in preparation of their return on Jan. 10.

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Cajuns fall in New Orleans Bowl

NEW ORLEANS - Southern Miss running back Ito Smith scored three touchdowns and wide receiver Allenzee Staggers set a pair of single-game receiving records as the Golden Eagles defeated Louisiana 28-21 in the 16th Annual R+L Carriers New Orleans Bowl Saturday night at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome.


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