No Rally Possum? No Problem! Tigers Destroy Kentucky 10-0

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HOOVER, Ala. – Junior right-hander Alex Lange fired seven shutout innings Thursday night, and senior shortstop Kramer Robertson drove in four runs to lead third-ranked LSU to a 10-0 SEC Tournament win over Kentucky at Hoover Metropolitan Stadium.

The game was stopped after Lange held Kentucky scoreless in the top of the seventh due to the SEC Tournament rule that states a game shall end after seven innings if a team has a lead of 10 or more runs.

LSU, which improved to 41-17 advanced to the SEC Tournament semifinal round for the fifth consecutive year. The Tigers will play on Saturday at Noon CT against the winner of Friday's matchup between Kentucky and South Carolina.

Kentucky, which dropped to 39-19 with Thursday's loss, will face South Carolina in an elimination game at 3 p.m. CT Friday.

LSU's semifinal game on Saturday will be televised by the SEC Network, and it will be carried on affiliates of the LSU Sports Network. The broadcast may also  be heard at


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