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

Vs. McNeese State, April 17:

LSU 2, McNeese State 1

 

Vs. Florida State, April 18:

LSU 1, FSU 8

Mack, 4/18: (L, 12-8; IP-3.1;H-5;R-5;ER-5;BB-0;SO-3;WP-0;BK-0;HBP-1;IBB-0;AB-15;BF-17;FO-1;GO-6;NP-63)

“The Seminoles tacked on a Celeste Gomez solo home run with one out during the fourth inning to push their lead to 5-0 and chase LSU starter Brittany Mack from the game. Mack was dealt her fourth straight setback by a Top 25 opponent and fell to 12-8 for the season.

‘”Tennessee, Alabama and Florida State – I’ve got to give credit to them,” Mack said. “They’ve got some good hitters. I could try and place the ball a little better, but they’ve got some really good hitters. I just had a bad day today.”’

 

Vs. Ole Miss, April 20,21,and 22

Game 1, 4/20: LSU 4, Ole Miss 0

Game 2, 4/21: LSU 2, Ole Miss 1

Game 3, 4/22: LSU 0, Ole Miss 1

Mack, 4/20-22: (W, 13-8; IP-7.0;H-8;R-1;ER-0;BB-2;SO-11;WP-0;BK-0;HBP-0;IBB-0;AB-29;BF-31;FO-2;GO-7;NP-107)

Game 2:

“Brittany Mack went the distance in the circle and ended a four-game losing streak. She scattered eight hits and was touched up for an unearned run to improve to 13-8 on the season. The senior right-hander racked up 11 strikeouts versus two walks and reached double figure Ks for the fifth time in 2012.”

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