Former Louisiana Tech pitcher Laetten Galbraith is set to continue his baseball career after agreeing to terms to play for the Ottawa Champions, an independent professional baseball club, announced by the team Wednesday.
Louisiana Tech senior right-hander Phil Maton officially capped off his final season for the Bulldogs Wednesday when he was selected in the 20th round of the 2015 Major League Baseball First-Year Player Draft by the San Diego Padres.
Registration is open for the upcoming 2015 Louisiana Tech Baseball Camps, which features a youth camp beginning next Monday, June 15 and two high school camps in late June and July.
Online registration is now open for the upcoming 2015 Louisiana Tech Baseball Camps, which features a youth camp and two high school camps over the course of the summer.
The Greg Goff era at Louisiana Tech ended with a 25-27 overall record, 10 more wins than the Bulldogs racked up the previous year and the second-highest winning percentage of any first-year head baseball coach at Tech.
Louisiana Tech senior pitcher Phil Maton and freshman catcher Brent Diaz have each earned All-Conference honors, announced by Conference USA Tuesday, after the two Bulldogs saw the 2015 season come to a close last weekend.
Louisiana Tech finished the season by splitting a doubleheader against Marshall with a 2-1 win over the Herd in the first game before the Bulldogs dropped the season finale, 4-0, to close out play Saturday afternoon at J.C. Love Field at Pat Patterson Park.
Due to inclement weather in the Ruston area Friday evening, Louisiana Tech's three-game Conference USA home series against Marshall has been postponed and the two teams will now play a doubleheader beginning at 11 a.m. Saturday.