November 28, 2022

Ragin’ Cajuns Appears at TaxAct Clearwater Invitational, Hosts Sun Belt Tournament

LAFAYETTE – A non-conference schedule that includes several matches against the Power 5 program, a series of meetings with Sun Belt rookie James Madison, and the Sun Belt Tournament at Lamson Park are the highlights of the 2023 season schedule for the Louisiana Ragin’ Cajuns Softball Team in 2023. Tuesday (November 8, 2022).

Sun Belt 3-time defending and tournament champion Ragin’ Cajuns (47-13, 21-3 SBC in 2022) will play up to 15-20 matches against the Power 5 program while pursuing their 24th consecutive NCAA tournament . figure.

The challenging non-conference slates appear at the prestigious TaxAct Clearwater Invitational in Clearwater, Florida, and weekend tournaments involving LSU, Texas and Florida.

Louisiana kicks off Season 6 under Gerry Glasco at Yvette Girouard Field in Lamson Park on February 10-12, hosted by SFA and Lafayette College.

February ends with a trip to Clearwater for a tournament run by ESPN from February 16-19. Here, Ragin’ Cajuns will face the All-Power 5 slate to be announced later. Louisiana remains in Central Florida for a Mardi Gras (February 21) bout against the UCF in Orlando, Florida, before heading home for the LSU crossover event scheduled for February 25-26.

March is to Austin, Texas for the 2022 NCAA Softball National 2nd place tournament hosted by Texas Longhorns (March 3-5), their annual midweek home game against McNeese (March 8) and Gainesville, Florida (3rd March). 8th) will start with a visit. March 10-12) Final Pre-Meeting Tournament.

The Sun Belt race kicks off on the roads of Southern Miss on the weekend of March 17-19, followed by the conference home kickoff against the App State at Lamson Park March 24-26.

The last week of March The Ragin’ Cajuns will visit Houston on March 28 for a single game, and the first SBC series (March 31-April 2) with James Madison in Harrisonburg, VA for a month. End and start April.

In April, Louisiana hosts a major sun belt series along with South Alabama (April 6-8) and Texas (April 14-16) at Lambson Park. Between the two series is the team’s annual spring break trip, and this year Ragin’ Cajuns are bringing them to Texas for midweek games at Baylor and Texas A&M on April 11 and April 12, respectively.

After finishing the regular season in May at Lamson Park with ULM, Ragin’ Cajuns will remain at home to defend the Sun Belt Tournament crown in front of home crowds May 10-13.

NCAA Tournament play kicks off next weekend (May 19-21) with regional rounds, marking the start of the Women’s College World Series journey scheduled for June 1-9 in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.

2023 Louisiana Softball Schedule
Feb 10-12 (Fri-Sun) 37th Annual Louisiana Classics Lamson Park
(SFA, Lafayette College)
February 16-19 (Thu-Sun) TaxAct Clearwater Invitational Clearwater, FL.
(Competitors undecided)
February 21 (Tuesday) at UCF Orlando, Florida
February 25-26 (Sat-Sun) LSU Crossover Baton Rouge/Lafayette
(LSU, Texas A&M-Corpus Christi)
March 3-5 (Fri-Sun) Austin, Texas Texas Tournament
(Texas, Purdue, Princeton)
Wednesday, March 8 McNeese Lamson Park
March 10-12 (Fri-Sun) at the Florida Tournament in Gainesville, Florida.
(Florida, Rutgers, Mercer)
March 17-19 (Fri-Sun), Southern Miss* Hattiesburg, Miss.
March 22 (Wed), Louisiana Tech Ruston, La.
March 24-26 (Fri-Sun) App Status* Lamson Park
March 28 (Tuesday) Houston, Texas
March 31-April 2 (Fri-Sun) James Madison* Harrisonburg, Va.
Tuesday, April 4, McNeese Lake Charles, La.
April 6-8 (Thu-Sat) South Alabama* Lambson Park
Tuesday, April 11th at Baylor Waco, Texas
Wednesday, April 12 Texas A&M Bryan-College Station, Texas
April 14-16 (Fri-Sun) Texas State* Lamson Park
Tuesday, April 18, Lambson Park, southeastern Louisiana
April 21-23 (Fri-Sun) Troy* Troy, Ala.
Apr 28-30 (Fri-Sun) Coastal Carolina* Conway, SC
May 4-6 (Thu-Sat) ULM* Lamson Park
May 10-13 (Wed-Sat) Sun Belt Conference Tournament Lamson Park
May 19-21 (Fri-Sun) NCAA Regional Campus Site
May 25-28 (Thu-Sun) NCAA Super Area Campus Site
June 1-9 (Thu-Fri) Women’s College World Series Oklahoma City Oklahoma City.

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