DeBarge drives in three and Louisiana-Lafayette stays alive with 12-5 win over Grambling

COLLEGE STATION, Texas (AP) — Kyle DeBarge drove in three runs, Louisiana-Lafayette had two four-run innings, and the Ragin' Cajuns defeated Grambling 12-5 on Saturday at the College Station Regional of the NCAA Tournament.

DeBarge had a two-run single in the Ragin' Cajuns' four-run second inning and added an RBI-single in their four-run third.

John Taylor, Caleb Stelly and Conor Higgs drove in two runs each for Louisiana-Lafayette. Luke Yuhasz had three hits that included a solo home run, and he scored three times.

Andrew Herrmann (6-3) was the winning pitcher, throwing five innings and allowing three runs on three hits.

Louisiana-Lafayette (41-19) stayed alive and on Sunday will play the loser of Saturday's later game between Texas A&M and Texas.

Trevor Hatton hit a two-run homer and Cameron Bufford had a solo shot for Grambling (26-28), which was eliminated.


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