MONROE, La. – Louisiana's bats were virtually unstoppable on Saturday afternoon, racking up a season-high 25 hits, the most since the 2005, to take down ULM, 19-8, in seven innings and clinch a series victory at Warhawk Field.
Hunter Kasuls highlighted the offensive barrage, becoming the first player in program history to record six hits in a single game. The senior saw just seven pitches during his 6-for-6 effort and finished his day with five RBI and three runs scored.
The Ragin' Cajuns' (27-29, 15-15) 25 hits fell two shy of the school record of 27, which was set against New Mexico State on May 5, 2005, while the 19 runs scored against ULM was the most since the team also scored 19 runs in a Sun Belt Tournament win over Little Rock on May 23, 2018.