Via Matt Dunaway, Associate SID, on lsusports.net:

 

Vs. Arkansas, March 30, 31, and April 1st

3/30: LSU 1, Arkansas 0

3/31: LSU 9, Arkansas 1

4/1: LSU 3, Arkansas 2

On 3/31:

Brittany Mack posted seven strikeouts against one walk and won her ninth straight decision to improve to 12-4 on the season. The senior right-hander was touched up for one run on three hits. She pounded the strike zone early and often en route to 14-of-20 first pitch strikes.”       

Mack, 3/30-4/1: (PO-1;A-2; PITCHING:W, 12-4;IP-5.0;H-3;R-1;ER-1;BB-1;SO-7;HBP-1;AB-17;BF-20;FO-0;GO-5;NP-77)

On the Geaux Play Initative:

“As part of Brittany Mack‘s ‘Geaux Play’ initiative, LSU softball is encouraging fans to share the gift of sports with special needs children. Fans can donate new or gently used sports equipment during the remaining LSU softball home games at Tiger Park. For more information, visit www.LSUsports.net/geauxplay.”

“…All items collected will be given directly to the Miracle League Association and six local schools that Mack will visit during the season. At LSU’s series finale versus Ole Miss on April 22, Mack will invite all the children to the game as her special VIP guests for “Geaux Play” day at Tiger Park.”

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