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Tennessee Lady Volunteers Basketball - History - 1980s
... but wound up as runner-up for the second consecutive year, losing to Louisiana Tech, 79–59 ... They would lose their Final Four match-up with Louisiana Tech who ended up winning the tournament ... Lady Vols finally broke through and defeated perennial power Louisiana Tech for their first title, 67–44 ...
Mickey Slaughter
... Milton Eugene "Mickey" Slaughter (born August 22, 1941, in Monroe, Louisiana) is a former professional American football quarterback in the American Football League ... He was raised in Alexandria, Louisiana and played quarterback for Coach Maxie Lambright at Bolton High School, where he graduated in 1959 ... He played college football for Hall of Fame Coach Joe Aillet at Louisiana Tech, where he graduated in 1962 ...
Louisiana Tech Bulldogs And Lady Techsters - Sports - Baseball
... Louisiana Tech has an all-time baseball record of 1,590 wins, 1,290 losses, and 3 ties ... Since 1974, The Louisiana Tech Bulldogs Baseball team has won six conference titles and made six appearances in the NCAA Baseball Tournament (6-12 overall record) ... Since 2000, 20 Tech players have been selected in the Major League Baseball draft ...
Sonny Dykes - Head Coaching Record
... Year Team Overall Conference Standing Bowl/playoffs Coaches# AP° Louisiana Tech Bulldogs (Western Athletic Conference) 2010 Louisiana Tech 5–7 4–4 ...
Traditions Of Louisiana Tech University - Football - Spirit of '88
... blazed the path into Division I-A football for Louisiana Tech ... Those experiences likely played a key role in Tech finishing 5-4-1 the following year, its first in Division I-A, and then 8-3-1 in 1990 and an Independence Bowl berth ... On October 14, 1989, when it was unveiled, Tech proceeded to pummel a highly respected Northern Illinois team by the score of 42-21 ...

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