Recapping The Week That Was For Tulane Baseball: March 29 – April 3
Green Wave take three of four from Memphis
NEW ORLEANS – The Tulane University baseball team opened American Athletic Conference play on a high note last week, as it took two of three games from the University of Memphis and picked up a midweek win over Jackson State on Tuesday.
Listed below are some of the key stats and figures from the team’s five games last week.
- .588 – Freshman Jacob LaPrairie batted .588, going 10-for-17 at the plate.
- .500 – Freshman Bennett Lee totaled a batting average of .500, as he went 10-for-20 at the plate.
- .327 – As a team, Tulane batted .327.
- 39 – Tulane scored 39 runs.
- 28 – Tulane freshman collected 28 hits.
- 26 – Green Wave weekend starters worked 26.0 innings.
- 25 – Green Wave weekend starters struck out 25 batters.
- 23 – Tulane outscored its opponents by 23 runs.
- 14 – The Green Wave moved above .500 and now own a 14-13 record.
- 4 – Tulane won four games last week.
- 2.80 – Tulane posted a team earned run average of 2.80.
- 2 – Tulane is currently tied for second in The American.
- 1 – After six weeks of college baseball, Tulane leads The American in doubles and triples.
Tulane travels to USF for a four-game-series starting with a double-header on Friday.
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