Lake Charles Native Bryce Jordan Out For 2017 LSU Baseball Season
LSU Baseball's Junior Bryce Jordan suffered an injury Tuesday and his 2017 LSU baseball season is done before it even started. Jordan played as a designated hitter and utility positions last year for the Tigers.
The Lake Charles native and former Barbe Buccaneer suffered a knee injury during practice Tuesday according to head baseball coach Paul Mainieri.
This is a huge loss for the Tigers because last season Jordan was a first-team All-SEC selection. Plus he helped the Tigers all last season with his ability to get on base to set up LSU with a lot of scoring opportunities.
According to LSUsports.net:
Jordan played in 58 games last season with 54 starts between DH and first base. He batted .293 with seven doubles, five homers, 33 RBI and 40 runs.
Bryce's twin brother Beau is and out fielder for the Tigers. If you remember a few years back, both Beau and Bryce not only won state championships with Barbe High School baseball team but they also were members of the South Lake Charles little league team who went to the Little League World Series.