The LSU Baseball team and Tiger fans will celebrate its 2023 National Championship on Wednesday, June 28, with an event at Alex Box Stadium – Skip Bertman Field.
The LSU Tigers won their seventh baseball national championship on Monday night after defeating the Florida Gators in an 18-4 win.
“I really believe this will go down in one of the best teams in college baseball history,” Head Coach Jay Johnson said. “So consistent in the regular season. I think the SEC Tournament is the only week of the year we had a losing record if you think about that.
“Eleven wins in the (NCAA) postseason, six of them against SEC teams. And I really believe we played and beat every team, the best team that we could have played along the way throughout the entire tournament. So I love these guys. I’m so proud of them. And they are a very worthy champion.”
The Louisiana State University baseball team’s celebration will start by 7:30 p.m. However, the venue will be open for entrance an hour before – by 6.30 p.m.
The event will be free for all, including all non-premium areas. Fans will be directed to go into Alex Box through gates 0-3 and must follow the clear bag policy.
The LSU Tigers also made free parking available in the Hall of Fame, Old Front Nine, Gourrier South, Levee South, and Hayfield Lots.
A trophy presentation, an address from Johnson, and a fireworks show are among the lineups of the event.
Food, drinks, and other national championship merchandise will be sold at the stadium.