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LSU Softball Remains Unbeaten After Tiger Classic, The Ali Newland Show and Sports Center Top 10, Standout Performers and more

Beth Torina and her Lady Tigers Softball squad went into the Tiger Classic with a record of (8-0) and after five games played between Thursday and Saturday and still have a zero in the loss column. The offensive firepower trend continued as they scored 37 runs over five games.



The first game they played of two against Boise State was a defensive battles where LSU rode Ace pitcher Sydney Berzon to the tune of 10 innings pitched with 13 strikeouts. The Tigers would win (3-2) as Taylor Pleasants broke the (2-2) tie with a solo homerun to centerfield. Berzon improved to (4-0) on the season.




They would square off with the Broncos again on Friday evening with LSU jumping on them early with Briggs and Coffey plating two runs off of a Raeleen Gutierrez single. Then in the 2nd inning they scored 3 more runs with Pleasants driving in 2 runs and Gutierrez earned another RBI. They headed to the 4th with a (5-0) lead and were on their way to what seemed might be a mercy rule until McAnally homered scoring 2 runs. In the bottom of the 4th Ali Newland notched an RBI but McAnally would homer again in the 5th to plate 3 and make it (5-6). Raelin Chaffin would take the circle for the Tigers after that and she only allowed 1 hit in 3 innings with 3 strikeouts. In the 5th Pleasants and Newland would both add RBIs and LSU would go on to win (8-5) giving Emma Strood her 2nd win with a (2-0) record and Raelin Chaffin would pick up her 1st save of the year.



In the first game against Houston the Tigers would score 10 on a dominant offensive performance that was led by Ali Newland and Danieca Coffey. Newland went 3 for 4 with 2 RBIs and 1 HR . Coffey went 3 for 5 with 2 RBIs and also had a HR . Raelin Chaffin (W)

and Sydney Berzon (S) would combine for 7.0 innings pitched with 9 strikeouts as the Tigers would go on to win (10-3). Also, off note in this game Freshman Sierra Daniels would make her mark at 2b with many defensive plays being made as well as going 2 for 4 with an RBI.





In Game 2 against Houston, LSU fans was treated to the Ali Newland Show with a cameo on the Sports Center Top 10. Ali would go 2 for 3 with two doubles with 2 RBIs and 1 run scored. In the Top of the 6th Newland would make a Sports Center Top 10 Cameo coming in at No.9 with an amazing grab over the wall followed by a strong throw to 2nd. Newland shared the stage with Raelin Chaffin as she threw her best game of the year with a complete game 7.0 inning performance where she struck out 5 and only allowed 2 hits improving to (4-0) on the season as the Tigers won the game (5-0).




In the final game of the Tiger Classic that the Tigers were featured in Beth Torina sent Emilee Casanova to the circle. Casanova would throw a complete game pitching all five innings for LSU, giving up only 3 hits and no runs while striking out 5 and improving to (2-0) on the year. On the offensive side of the ball it was a different story as LSU would score 11 runs with Taylor Pleasants, Ali Newland and Abigail Savoy each hitting a homerun. RBIs by Pleasants (4) , Coffey (3) and Savoy and Newland each adding (2).



LSU Daily News Tiger Classic MVP goes to Ali Newland


Newland hit .500 in 20 At bats with 2 homeruns, 4 doubles and 8 RBIs


(13-0) LSU returns to action in the Purple and Gold Challenge March 1-3 at Tiger Park. LSU will play six games in three days, hosting Illinois, San Diego State, McNeese, and Louisiana Tech.

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