New Orleans, Louisiana 2021-09-27 13:57:00 –
Announced by Ragin’Cajuns Letterman Club on Monday, the 2021 UL Athletic Hall of Fame class focused head-on on the university’s successful diamond sport.
The highlight of the class is Tony Robichaux, a former baseball coach. Classes on Friday, October 29, will also include former baseball players Paul Bako and Phil Debbie, and former softball pitcher Ashley Brignac Domek.
Former UL pitcher Phil Debbie didn’t want to get the attention, like his mentor Tony Robishaw.
This class will also be accepted during half-time homecoming games with Texas on Saturday, October 30th.
Robishaw, the strongest coach in the state’s college baseball history, recorded 1,177 games in his 33-year coaching career, but died prematurely from heart disease two years ago at the age of 57, ending tragically. I did.
Robichaux won 914 games during his mission in Cajun. This includes 12 NCAA regional appearances, 4 Super Regionals, and a single trip to Omaha. Another highlight of his career at UL was the 2014 season, when Cajun finished 58-10 and was ranked number one nationwide during the season.
Robishaw also won seven Sunbelt Regular Season Crowns and four Sunbelt Tournament titles.
One of the most striking gestures to say “thank you” to a man and his family, a former player of longtime UL baseball coach Tony Robic …
Prior to his 11-year career in Major League Baseball, Baco followed up on his outstanding career at Lafayette High and moved down Congress Street a mile to Tig Moore Field.
Baco was drafted in the fifth round by the Cincinnati Reds in the 1993 draft after playing with Cajun for three seasons.
Meanwhile, he helped Cajun win two conference championships.
He later played with 11 different teams at the big league level.
Devey was one of Robishaw’s crown gem-seeking stories that came to Lafayette as a walk-on from Canada and left as an all-American pitcher. He finished his career as the greatest leader in the program’s history with wins, pitches and strikeouts.
It’s the first time for Tony Robishaw’s family after every important holiday.
Devey, who defeated the No. 1 LSU in 1997, was drafted by the Los Angeles Dodgers in 1999.
Brignac Domek was one of the most famous new hires at the university among the sports coming to UL as the nation’s number one softball outlook.
As a freshman, she helped UL beat No. 1 Florida in the Women’s College World Series with a record of 31-7 that year.
A right-handed player in New Orleans also recorded seven no-hitters and no-runs, finishing his career in fifth place in history with games, wins, shutouts and strikeouts.
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