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No. 1 Bengals begin World Series

ENID, Oklahoma –Top-ranked LSU Eunice will begin the NJCAA Division II World Series tonight at David Allen Memorial Park.
The Bengals are one of ten teams in the field for the double elimination tournament.
The field is split into two separate five-team brackets with LSU Eunice (54-6) pooled with four-seed NOC-Enid (46-14), five-seed Sinclair (44-9), eight-seed Brunswick (29-22) and nine-seed Monroe (30-18).
The Bengals will face the winner of Brunswick and Monroe at 7:15 p.m.

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Four Lady Bengals named to All-Region 23 team

A quartet of LSU Eunice standouts were named to the 2018 All-Region Softball team as announced by the Region 23 women's director. LSU Eunice has the second most nomination behind 2018 NJCAA Division II National Champion Jones County Junior College.
Mima Doucet, Madison Monson, Heather Zumo and Emily Henderson the Bengals' contingency on the All-Region team. They are now eligible for NJCAA Division II All-American nominations.
Doucet enjoyed a breakout sophomore campaign becoming the lynchpin of the LSU Eunice offense in 2018.

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Bengals win Region 23 title

After winning its first three games of the Region 23 tournament, the top-ranked Bengals were upset as Meridian Community College rolled to a 6-1 win in the title game.
LSU Eunice then cruised to a 10-3 win over the Eagles on its way to a berth in the NJCAA Division II World Series.
It is the Bengals’ ninth trip to the World Series and first since 2015.
LSUE (54-6) will open the series on Sunday as the Bengals face the winner between No, 8 Brunswick - No. 9 Monroe.

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Lady Bengals finish fourth

CLINTON, Mississippi. – LSU Eunice saw its season come to a close, just one game short of the final day of the NJCAA Tournament.
The Lady Bengals (49-20) finished the tournament fourth out of the 16-team field.
After falling to Jones County Junior College 8-7, LSU Eunice erased an early hole with a five-run frame en route to an 8-6 elimination game win over Madison College. LSU Eunice would eventually bow out to top-seed Des Moines area, 7-3.

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