Baton Rouge, La. - LSU only scored eight runs during 30 innings of play this weekend, contributing to their 2-1 series loss against Stony Brook who finished the series in style Sunday night with a 7-2 victory.
The Tigers' late game heroics in the opening match covered up woeful hitting that could not be made up for in a one-run effort in game two and two-run effort in game three. Stony Brook had their best offensive game Sunday evening, putting up seven runs on 15 hits against six different LSU pitchers, none of which lasted more than three innings. The Tigers only had three hits, one of which was a Mason Katz home run in the bottom of the first inning.