5/2/2016 | M. Basketball
Louisiana Tech head coach Eric Konkol added more depth to the front court on Monday with the signing of LaBarrius Hill to a national letter of intent in the late signing period.
5/1/2016 | Softball
A four-run third inning is all Louisiana Tech (29-18, 10-8 C-USA) would need as the Lady Techsters took down Southern Miss (25-26, 11-10 C-USA), 4-2, on senior day at the Lady Techster Softball Complex.
5/1/2016 | Baseball
Louisiana Tech scored two runs in the top of the ninth to send Sunday's series finale versus UTSA into extra innings, but the Roadrunners' 11th-inning walk-off single by Bryan Arias resulted in a 5-4 loss for the Bulldogs at Roadrunner Field.
4/30/2016 | Baseball
After inclement weather forced Louisiana Tech and UTSA to suspend play Friday night, the Bulldogs returned to the diamond and took care of business Saturday by closing out a 4-2 series-opening win before taking the series with a 14-9 victory over the Roadrunners in the second game of the day at Roadrunner Field.
4/30/2016 | Track
Call it a clean sweep for Louisiana Tech's long jumpers. Both Jarrett Samuels and Mia Adams finished the day atop the podium after the long jumps as LA Tech competed a the Mississippi State-hosted Jace LaCoste Invitational at the Mike Sanders Track Complex in Starkville Saturday.
4/30/2016 | Softball
At the end of the day on Saturday, the Lady Techsters ended up right back where they started in the conference standings, after splitting a pair of games with Southern Miss at the Lady Techster Softball Complex.
4/30/2016 | Football
QB U has another legend to add to its storied list of products. Louisiana Tech quarterback Jeff Driskel, who found immense success over his time in Ruston, was chosen in the sixth round of the NFL Draft when he was picked up by the San Francisco 49ers Saturday with the 207th overall selection.
4/30/2016 | Football
Kenneth Dixon's hometown of Strong, Arkansas has a population of 540. There were likely more people than that in Chicago's Auditorium Theatre Friday evening as Kenneth Dixon's name was called in the 2016 National Football League Draft. The record-setting running back was selected by the Baltimore Ravens with the 134th overall selection.