Texas State softball suffered a 7-0 loss to Louisiana after the latter hit three home runs, outscoring the Bobcats. Head Coach Ricci Woodard acknowledged their execution was outmatched as they only managed four hits compared to Louisiana's 11. Louisiana controlled every aspect of the game according to Woodard.

By the Numbers
  • Texas State had 4 hits while Louisiana had 11.
  • Hannah Earls reached base in 22 consecutive games.
Yes, But

Louisiana dominated the game, showcasing superior execution and control over Texas State.

State of Play
  • Texas State suffered its second home loss of conference play.
  • The game highlighted Louisiana's dominance with three home runs and control over every aspect.
  • The Bobcats struggled to score, loading the bases in the 5th inning but failing to bring in any runs.
  • The teams will face off again in the second game of the series on April 13, honoring graduating seniors Hannah Earls and Piper Randolph.
What's Next

Texas State will play Louisiana again on April 13 in the second game of the three-game series, honoring graduating seniors Hannah Earls and Piper Randolph.

Bottom Line

Louisiana's dominance with three home runs and control over every aspect of the game led to Texas State's 7-0 loss, highlighting the importance of execution and offensive performance in softball.