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    UL Softball #15 Louisiana vs #23 N.Carolina

    Top 2nd Cajuns batting.
    no score.
    Brignac pitching for the cajuns has given up 1 hit. Cajuns have no hits yet.


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    mid 2nd 0-0


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    end 2nd 0-0. UNC got runners on 2nd and 3rd with no hits and stranded them. Brignac is unbelievably poised with runners on base. Cajuns coming to bat in the top of the 3rd


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    Tankersley 2-run homer in the top of the 3rd!!!!!!!!! Mid-3rd 2-0 Louisiana!


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    End 3rd
    Louisiana 2
    N.Carolina 0
    Brignac's given up only 2 hits so far through 3.


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    top 4th. Hubbard and Smith bunt singles. 1st and 2nd no outs


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    tankersley 2 rbi single. Advanced to 2nd on the throw. She now has 4 RBI and it's 4-0 Cajuns!


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    Louisiana 4
    N.Carolina 0
    end 4th
    Cajuns 8 hits, UNC 3
    1 error apiece


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    Thanks for the posts, I didn't realize the game had started!!! Go Cajuns!


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    Couple singles and a home run from Soto in the top of the 6th and its 7-0 cajuns! whoo hoo!!!


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    whooooo hooooooo is right


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    Does the mercy rule apply in the sixth? 1st and 2nd for the Cajuns with 1 out in the top of the 6th...7-0


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    UL Softball Re: #15 Louisiana vs. #23 N.Carolina softball update

    Coach Steph said 5th inning 8 run mercy rule unless tourney states different.


    Louisiana 7
    North Carolina 0 top of the 7th

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    UL Softball Re: #15 Louisiana vs. #23 N.Carolina softball update

    Lady Cajuns win 7-1 over North Carolina in 7 innings. NC had 6 hits, 1 error and one run. Louisiana had 12 hits with Soto and Tankersley homering, and 2 errors for the Lady Cajuns.


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    ps Lady Cajuns play Nebraska at 1730 this evening! I will be at the Tigue for opening day!!


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    So does that mean 5th inning only, or 5th AND 6th? Congrats to the Cajuns on a great win.


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    Quote Originally Posted by jllanclos View Post
    So does that mean 5th inning only, or 5th AND 6th? Congrats to the Cajuns on a great win.
    It means 5th inn and thereafter, you have to play through the full inn obviously though. Go cajuns!

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    Thanks for clarifying. I wonder if 5-0 this weekend gets us into the top 10 (not that it matters, of course)


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    UL Softball On Heels of LSWA Award, Tankersley Drives Lady Cajuns to 7-1 Win


      Holly Tankersley recorded five RBI and two runs in the Cajuns 7-1 victory over No. 23 North Carolina.

    COLUMBUS, Ga.-Louisiana’s Ragin’ Cajuns (9-0) softball team got a home run and a five RBI performance from right fielder Holly Tankersley (Kirbyville, Texas) and cruised to a 7-1 victory over No. 23 North Carolina in the opening game of the 13th Annual NFCA Leadoff Classic.

    Tankersley finished the game with three hits, including a two-run home run. The senior slugger also had a pair of RBI singles to finish the game with five runs batted in.

    Ashley Brignac (River Ridge, La.) kept the Tar Heels off of the scoreboard for six innings before allowing an RBI single in the bottom of the seventh inning. Brignac improved to 6-0 on the year. The freshman hurler recorded eight strikeouts while walking just two batters.

    Brignac started the game with a strikeout and, after allowing a bloop single, she fanned the next two batters to end the first inning.

    The Cajuns threatened in the top of the second inning. With two outs, Gabriele Bridges (Lafitte, La.) drew a base on balls. Karli Hubbard (Lafayette, La.) followed with a single to shallow left field. The UNC left fielder miss handled the ball allowing Bridges and Hubbard to advance into scoring position. A heads up move by the Tar Heel catcher caught Bridges in a rundown ending the inning.

    UL survived a North Carolina threat in the bottom of the second inning. The leadoff batter worked the count full and drew the free pass. The next batter attempted to move the runner on a bunt. The Cajuns opted to get the lead runner, but the throw to second base was late giving UNC runners on first and second. A sacrifice bunt moved the runners into scoring position. Brignac worked out of the jam by striking out the next two batters.

    The Cajuns were the first to scratch the scoreboard. In the third inning, Melissa Verde (Beaumont, Texas) reached on a fielder’s choice and came across to score on a Tankersley home run. The homer for Tankersley was the 53rd of her career.

    Following the home run, Louisiana loaded the bases with a Vanessa Soto (San Diego, Calif.) double and a pair of walks, but was unable to score anymore runs as a check-swing ground ball back to the pitcher ended the inning.

    Tankersley added two more RBI in the top of the fourth inning. The Cajuns led off the inning with back-to-back bunt singles by Hubbard and Katie Smith (Ruston, La.). A ground ball moved the runners to second and third. Tankersley singled through left side of the infield plating both the speedy runners to give UL a 4-0 edge.

    The Cajuns once again worked out of a jam in the bottom of the fourth inning. An infield single with one out gave UNC a base runner. An error gave the Tar Heels runners on first and second, but the next North Carolina batter hit into an inning ending double play.

    Tankersley added another RBI in the top of the sixth inning. With two outs and a runner on third base, Tankersley lined a ball in to centerfield for her fifth RBI of the game.

    With Tankersley on first base, Soto belted a two-run shot to right field to put the Cajuns up 7-0.

    The Tar Heels scored a run in the bottom of the seventh inning to break up the shutout, but the Cajuns cruised to a 7-1 victory.

    The Ragin’ Cajuns will continue play in the NFCA Leadoff Classic with a game with Nebraska at 5:30 p.m.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jllanclos View Post
    _ Thanks for clarifying. I wonder if 5-0 this weekend gets us into the top 10 (not that it matters, of course) _
    Depends on how we play against Michigan, then we might hit 10 but i think 11-13 is logical if we win out this weekend. we just need to win.

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    Default Re: #15 Louisiana vs. #23 N.Carolina softball update

    North Carolina just beat Iowa 1-0 and did it with one hit in the whole game. We will be playing Iowa, let's hope it will be this easy... I looked at Tennessee Tech, Nebraska, and Iowa's schedules and it looks like none of them are big offensive teams, if we can get a lead early we should win. The Michigan game will be interesting...


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