Sunday, February 25, 2007

Weekend wrap

Another weekend has come and gone in college baseball, here's what we learned as conference play gets closer and closer:

We learned Centenary still needs to learn how to win close games. Four one-run losses in the first 15 games will teach you that. We, well I, learned first-hand how nice of a job Ed McCann has done changing the appearance of Shehee Stadium. What once was a monstrosity is now a pretty quaint place to watch a ballgame, especially when the weather cooperates like it did Sunday.

We learned LSU is heading in the right direction, as long as it can stay focused.

We learned Louisiana Tech, despite its nine-game winning streak, still needs to find consistency.

And finally we learned Grambling is much improved this season. The Tigers came away with NSU coach Mitch Gaspard's respect after a taut 11-inning affair late Saturday after the torrential rains hit the northwest Louisiana area.

Here's looking to Tuesday's LSU-Tulane matchup.


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