From the Sun Belt Conference
The Arkansas State baseball team suffered a rough week, dropping all four its games it played on the week, including a three-game Sun Belt Conference sweep at the hands of Louisiana-Lafayette.
The Red Wolves struggled offensively on the week, scoring just 11 runs over the four games.
The week began with a 6-0 loss to Memphis in Jonesboro. It was the second game of a home-home series with the Tigers.
ASU defeated Memphis earlier in the year in extra innings, but a slow start offensively helped the Tigers even the season series.
The woes continued through the weekend as the Red Wolves dropped three games to the Ragin' Cajuns.
Dustin Jones enjoyed a solid weekend at the plate, collecting four hits and four RBIs over the first two days of the series.
Alex Potts also enjoyed a strong weekend, going 5-for-8 during the series with an RBI and two runs scored. Potts also had a sacrifice bunt on the weekend, raising his total to 21 on the year which leads the nation.
Freshman Kevin Fitzpatrick went 3-for-4 on stolen bases on the weekend, raising his season total to five, which leads the team. He stole two bases on Sunday, including executing a double steal with Ryan Emery that led to an error and allowed Fitzpatrick to score the game's first run.