Chris Clayton and Dalton Skelton combined for 6 RBI in the series-clinching win.
Steele Netterville played the hero as his three-run blast gave the Dogs a 7-5 win.
Louisiana Tech wins its sixth consecutive conference series for the first time in program history
LA Tech wins fifth consecutive series
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2017: Saw action in five games, while starting one ... Went 2-for-6 at the dish with a pair of RBI and a home run ... Launched a solo home run as a pinch hitter against Arkansas State on March 10 ... Started as a DH against FIU on May 7 and went 1-for-3 with a run scored.
High School: Graduated from West Monroe High School in May 2015 ... Two-sport athlete that has lettered in both football and baseball ... Named first team all-district as a utility player for District 2-5A in 2014 as a junior for the Rebels ... Also earned all-state honors in his junior season by the Louisiana Sports Writers Association ... Named second team all-district for District 2-5A as an infielder in 2013 ... Selected to the Perfect Game National Championship All-Tournament team (7-for-11, a double, two triples and four RBI) after helping lead the 17U Team Louisiana Ammo to a Nationals appearance in Fort Meyers, Florida this last summer.
Personal: Born on October 17, 1995 in West Monroe, Louisiana to Doug and Terri Mitchell ... Has one brother, Devin.
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