Cowboys Sweep Jacks; Wait Wednesday For Prairie View A&M
Back in 2017, Clayton Rasbeary was a Stephen F Austin Lumberjack, but on Sunday afternoon in Lake Charles, after a sophomore year transfer, Rasbeary not only was a McNeese Cowboy but also the hitter that drove in all of McNeese's runs in a 5-1 McNeese win.
The transfer hit a 5th inning Grand Slam going 1-4 at the plate with the Slam and another RBI.
Brad Kincaid got the ball on Sunday and was untouchable. In his fourth start of the year, he dialed through thirteen batters before giving up a hit. In six dominating innings, he entered six Ks, gave up two hits, and one unearned. He faced twenty batters in all.
McNeese plays at home in Joe Miller again Wednesday May 8th, when Prairie View A&M comes calling at 6:00pm.