Perhaps the doubleheader on Saturday foretold what this series means to both teams.
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As far as spring games are concerned, Arkansas-Pine Bluff had a pretty simple approach: the first-team offense and defense versus the second-team offense and defense with normal scoring rules.
You don’t have to tell head coach Carlos James what’s at stake for Arkansas-Pine Bluff this weekend. He knows.
It’s been nearly four weeks since Arkansas-Pine Bluff began its spring drills with four players vying to get a leg up in the quarterback race heading into the summer.
Coaches and players at Arkansas-Pine Bluff affectionately refer to Jontrell Lockett as “Moose.”
On Tuesday, Arkansas-Pine Bluff coach Carlos James said he wanted to see how his guys would respond after being swept in a Sunday doubleheader by SWAC rival Southern. The results on Wednesday were an eye-opener.
While the Arkansas-Pine Bluff goal of staying undefeated in April ended with Sunday’s loss to Southern, another goal can be achieved in today’s game against Central Arkansas.
BATON ROUGE, La. — A day that could have all but ended the race to win the SWAC’s Western Division instead opened up the door for another entrant as Arkansas-Pine Bluff dropped a pair of games, 4-3 and 14-9, to Southern on Sunday.
When the Arkansas-Pine Bluff baseball team took down Prairie View A&M, 10-4, in the finale of last weekend’s four-game set it ended an impressive streak for the Golden Lions.