It will be a busy weekend of softball for Louisiana Tech as the Lady Techsters host four games at their home venue, starting with Friday night’s 10-inning match-up against UL-Monroe at 6 p.m.
Six Louisiana Tech softball players earned All-America Scholar-Athlete Honors handed out by the National Fastpitch Coaches Association (NFCAA) Tuesday, the most by any school in the state of Louisiana.
Freshman Morgan Turkoly recorded three hits and scored four runs while sophomore Karlee Jensen drove in four runs to lead Louisiana Tech to a 27-3 win over Bossier Parish Community College in fall exhibition action Friday night.
Mark Montgomery and the Louisiana Tech softball team will host Bossier Parish Community College Friday at 5:30 p.m. at the Lady Techster Softball Complex. Admission is free.
Louisiana Tech freshman Morgan Turkoly is a multi-talented outfielder that possesses power, speed and great defensive instincts.
Louisiana Tech freshman Chelsea Rangel is a local product out of Bossier City and will be utilized as one of the Lady Techsters top base runners this season.
Louisiana Tech freshman infielder Taria Page joins Pauline Tufi as the second Alaska native on the Lady Techster roster and brings power and surprising athleticism to the field.
Louisiana Tech freshman infielder Berkley Calapp grew up playing against the boys and she shares a little about the person behind the uniform.