Late morning, Thursday, March 12. Winter was fading, the first day of spring only a week away. Louisiana Tech’s Lady Techsters basketball team had won its opening game of the Conference USA postseason tournament in Frisco, Texas and was only moments away from playing in the Round Two.
Athletic Director Tommy McClelland gives an update on the rebuilding of facilities damaged in last year’s tornado.
The Louisiana Tech Bulldogs weren’t scheduled to tipoff against Marshall until 9 p.m. Instead, they were home at 7 p.m.
Louisiana Tech fans experienced a roller coaster ride to the program’s sixth straight bowl victory — the best current streak in the NCAA — as the 2019 version of Skip Holtz’s Bulldogs once again made Ruston proud.
The 2019-20 season for Louisiana Tech Athletics was memorable, to say the least. It was a season full of reasons to be proud.
Almost seven months to the day after an April tornado totaled Louisiana Tech’s Lady Techsters Softball Field and Soccer Complex and destroyed J.C. Love Field at Pat Patterson Park, home of the Diamond Dogs, University officials presented plans for the complete rebuild of those three facilities. Louisiana Tech’s new soccer/softball complex and new baseball field […]