SLU take on Tulane in midweek rematch

OPPONENT | LOCATION

Southeast (8-12) at Tulane (13-7-1)
Greer Field at Turchin Stadium (New Orleans, Louisiana)

DATES | SCHEDULES | PITCH MATCHUP
Wednesday, March 23 – 6:30 p.m. CT

SLU–LHP Adam Guth (1-0, 3.09) against
TLN – RHP Carter Robinson (1-2, 3.32)

RADIO | VIDEO | INTERNET | MOBILE DEVICES

• Radio: KSLU, 90.9 FM
• Video: ESPN+
• www.LionSports.net – live audio, statistics and video
• Lions Gameday Experience app, MyTuner Radio app, Mixlr app

HAMMOND, Louisiana – The Southeastern Louisiana University baseball team wraps up a four-game road trip Wednesday at 6:30 p.m. against Tulane at Greer Field at Turchin Stadium in New Orleans, Louisiana. The game will be broadcast on ESPN+.

The Southeast (8-12) faces a rematch with the Green Wave (13-7-1), who beat the Lions, 23-1, at Hammond on March 1. SLU has won eight of the last 10 matchups despite Tulane leading the all-time series, 79-41.

Fans in the Hammond area can listen on the Southeastern Sports Radio Network’s flagship station – KSLU 90.9 FM – in addition to being online at www.LionSports.net/ListenLive and through the Lions Gameday Experience, Mixlr and MyTuner Radio apps. . The MyTuner application is compatible with the Apple CarPlay software available in most recent car models. Fans should search for SLU Athletics (Mixlr) or Southeastern Sports Radio Network (MyTuner).

Other options for following the action include live stats or the @LionUpBaseball Twitter account. Links to audio, video and statistics are available on the baseball schedules page on www.LionSports.net.

Adam Guth (1-0, 3.09), a freshman left-hander from Lake Charles, La., takes the ball for SLU off Tulane graduate right-hander Carter Robinson (1-2, 3.32).

After a win over No. 1-ranked Ole Miss at home on March 15, the Lions dropped all three games in a weekend series at Samford.

Tristan Welch (.286), Preston Faulkner (.268) and Evan Keller (.243) look southeast at the plate. Faulkner leads the team with 11 extra hits, including four home runs and 15 RBIs. Keller and Tyler Finke are tied for the team lead with eight stolen bases apiece. Rhett Rosevear is the national leader of HBP (13) while SLU ranks third nationally as a team (48).

Southeastern has homered at least one in each of its last five games. The Lions last accomplished the feat, from March 31 to April 11, 2018, with a seven-game home run.

Tulane is coming off an unbeaten week after a five-game losing streak. The Green Wave beat Nicholls, 5-3, last Wednesday and won the first two games of a weekend home series against Villanova. Sunday’s series finale ended in a 3-3 draw after nine innings due to a curfew.

Jackson Linn (.444), Ethan Groff (.403) and Luis Aviles (.273) are Tulane’s best hitters. Groff leads the team in extra-base hits (15), home runs (3), RBIs (17) and stolen bases (4).

FOLLOWING

Southeastern opens Southland Conference play this weekend, hosting in-state rival Nicholls in a three-game series. Games are scheduled for 6 p.m. Friday, 2 p.m. Saturday and 1 p.m. Sunday at the Pat Kenelly Diamond at Alumni Field.

Sunday is graduate day. A meeting for all former Southeast Baseball players and staff will be held before the game at 11:30 a.m. Former baseball players interested in attending are asked to confirm their attendance at Allie Crain to the LAA office via email at [email protected]

TICKET AND PARKING INFORMATION

Single tickets are on sale for the remainder of the regular season. Fans are encouraged to purchase tickets in advance to minimize queues on match days. South East students are encouraged to contact the box office prior to the game to reserve theirs in advance.

General admission tickets are $9 for adults and $6 for youth (ages 3-12). Students from the South East, with a university ID, and children under 2 years old are admitted free. Gameday parking is $5 per day for standard vehicles and $25 for RVs.

Tickets can be purchased online at www.LionSports.net/Tickets or by contacting the Southeastern Athletics box office at (985) 549-5466. Office hours are 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Monday through Thursday and 8:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. Friday. The Pat Kenelly Diamond box office at Alumni Field opens exactly one hour before the first scheduled pitch.

Southeastern uses mobile ticketing as its primary method of distributing tickets purchased online. Tickets will be available by text or email in PDF format for fans to download to their phone or print at home. Tickets can also be downloaded from Apple Wallet.



CLEAR BAG POLICY
Southeastern Athletics operates a clear bag policy for all ticketed events. The policy reflects the safety precautions required for entry to professional and collegiate sports venues across the country. For more information on the clear bag policy, go to www.LionSports.net/Clear.



LIONS GAMEDAY EXPERIENCE APP
The Lions Gameday Experience app puts audio, stats, video, social media and more in the hands of fans. Attendees can also check in to earn reward points redeemable for Southeast-related prizes. Available for Android and iOS devices, it can be downloaded from the App Store and Google Play or by following the link www.LionSports.net/App.



DIAMOND CLUB / S CLUB
Fans interested in becoming active supporters of the baseball program are encouraged to join the Diamond Club. Lion baseball alumni are encouraged to join the exclusive S Club, which is reserved for Southeast Sports Letter winners.


All Diamond Club and S Club (baseball) membership fees and donations are available for the exclusive use of the Southeast Baseball Program. Membership information is available by contacting the Lion Athletics Association at [email protected] or (985) 549-5091 or by visiting www.LionUp.com.



SOCIAL NETWORKS
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