Blogging from the Berm: Tiffany Shaw

by Matt Dunaway
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Blogging from the Berm: Tiffany Shaw

BATON ROUGE – The latest edition of LSU softball’s “Blogging from the Berm” features Tiffany Shaw as the Tigers get ready to play host to No. 1 Alabama. She touches upon the rivalry with the Crimson Tide and “Family Day” at the ballpark.

Live audio and live stats for all three games of the Alabama series will be available in the Geaux Zone on LSUsports.net in addition to being carried live on ESPN 104.5 FM with Patrick Wright and Kent Lowe calling the action.

In-game updates are provided via the program’s social media pages at www.Facebook.com/lsusoftball and www.Twitter.com/LSU_Softball.

The Tiger Park Ticket Booth opens 90 minutes prior to first pitch on Friday and Sunday. Fans can purchase tickets on-site starting at $5 for adult general admission. Tickets also are available online at www.LSUtix.net.

Fans receive free general admission to Saturday’s game. Seating in sections 101 and 107 will be available on a first-come, first-serve basis along with additional seating on the berm in left field. 

Hey Tiger Fans,

This weekend we host top-ranked Alabama, and it’s a very important weekend for us on the field. We also welcome our families to Baton Rouge for the annual “Family Day” presentation. “Family Day” is always a favorite for my teammates and I. It’s great to see those family members who aren’t able to make it to many games.

Family is such an important part of this program, and the support plays a big part in our success. Not only do we have the support from our own family, but we also have the support of other player’s parents who are willing to help any player. On road trips, we’re very lucky to have a solid contingency of parents who travel with us. They’re always willing to offer support to those players who may not have family or parents on the trip.

The support that we receive from our LSU family, you the fans, is absolutely amazing. At LSU, we are just one big family. It’s nice to have support from our great fan base every time we take the field.  As my senior year comes to an end I want to take this time to thank you, the fans, for making me a part of the LSU family for the past four years.

This weekend is a very important series for the Tigers. Alabama is one of our biggest rivals in the SEC, and I find that every year they present the biggest battle for our team. The more fans we can get in the stands for the games, the better! Please bring your loudest cheering voices so we can let the Bama fans know what we are about here at LSU. 

Game times are 6 p.m. for both Friday and Saturday. We’re excited to have ESPNU here for our Sunday game at 1 p.m. Let’s fill the stadium with Purple and Gold this weekend.

See you this weekend, BEAT BAMA!!!!!

Geaux Tigers,

Tiffany