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LSU Tigers vs. Princeton Tigers Recap

The LSU Tigers were relentless against Princeton yesterday evening. Pitcher Alex Lange had a fantastic game managing six of the nine innings. The opposite can be said for Princeton's starting pitcher. Keelan Smithers can be the focus of most of the blame for giving LSU an early head start. Alex Bregman took advantage and helped his team score in the third inning with a triple. LSU's right fielder got their first home run of the season. This was a complete domination by LSU. They got off to a great start and were able to control the game from beginning to end.

LSU Tigers vs. Princeton Tigers Recap

The two teams may be named the Tigers, but they couldn’t be any different. LSU is off to a 10-1 start, while the Tigers from Princeton are reeling after starting 0-3. Saturday completed the domination, with LSU wins in both Game 1 and Game 2. Jake Fraley became one of the few LSU players in school history to have two triples in a game, although it’s the second time it’s happened for the team this season.

Game 2 in particular was an offensive showcase for the bats from Baton Rouge, which at one point was an 11-0 shutout of Princeton. With the offense quiet, the starting pitching wasn’t helping much either, as Luke Strieber gave up five earned runs in just two innings pitched, and was unable to strike out anyone.

LSU Tigers vs. Princeton Tigers Recap

When the LSU Tigers and Princeton Tigers played an early season college baseball game LSU decided it was going to be extremely aggressive on the base paths. It was an up and down night for them as their first two attempts were thrown out. Later in the game Jake Fraley got on first and then stole both second and third base. On his way to third the catcher overthrew the third baseman so we was able to make it all the way to home plate and score as well. LSU jumped out to a 3-1 advantage but Princeton scored next to make it close at the end.