With inclement weather moving into the Bowling Green area, the Conference USA opening series between Louisiana Tech and WKU is being pushed back to a doubleheader on Sunday and single game on Monday.
Louisiana Tech hit six home runs and the Lady Techsters swept a pair of games from Detroit and Southern for the second straight games at the Lady Jaguar Complex.
After not playing in seven days due to the inclement weather in the north Louisiana, the Louisiana Tech Lady Techster softball team shook the rust off and swept Southern 8-0 and Detroit 3-2 at the Lady Jaguar Softball Complex Saturday.
Mother Nature has not been kind to outdoor sports over the last week in the north Louisiana area as rain, sleet and snow have cancelled numerous sporting events.
Louisiana Tech Softball will still host its LA Tech Triple Play tournament this weekend with Detroit-Mercy and Southern but it will have a South Louisiana feel to it. Due to recent inclement weather and field conditions, the LA Tech-hosted tournament will be played at Southern University in Baton Rouge instead of Ruston.
Due to the field conditions caused by the winter storm which blanketed the South Monday, Louisiana Tech's scheduled softball game against Stephen F. Austin has been postponed.
Louisiana Tech junior Krysta Tutsch was named the Conference USA Co-Player of the Week Monday following her performances in the Lady Techsters four games last week.
Pauline Tufi and Janine Godwin each homered twice and Louisiana Tech totaled six bombs in completing a doubleheader sweep over Lamar Friday, defeating the Cardinals 12-0 and 10-6 at the Lady Techster Softball Complex.