Former LSU outfielder Brennan Breaux transfers to Louisiana-Lafayette
Former St. Thomas More baseball star Brennan Breaux made it official this week, that he was trading in the purple and gold of LSU for the vermilion and white of the UL Ragin’ Canuns.
Breaux played in 79 games, starting 11, and hit .157 over the past two years for the Tigers.
A Lafayette native, Breaux expressed that the Ragin’ Cajun program was a better fit for him at this point in his college career. Louisiana-Lafayette was the first school that offered him during his sophomore season at St. Thomas More.
Cajuns head coach Tony Robichaux has known Breaux for quite a few years. The latter was a bat boy for the Cajuns when he was in fourth grade. Breaux, who will have two years of eligibility remaining, reunites with a number of high school teammates in Lafayette.
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