Green Wave wins the First NBC Cup in victory
First time the Green Wave have defeated the Ragin' Cajuns on the road since 2001
Greenies drop game three of the series, 2-0, despite first career complete game from Napoli
Game ends in eighth inning due to Conference USA 15-run rule
Green Wave opens best of five series; Games will run through Sunday
2015 (Redshirt Sophomore): Appeared in six games with two starts (one in left field and one at designated hitter)…did not collect a hit on the season, but scored a run and walked twice…scored the game-winning run as a pinch runner against Creighton (3/1)…started in left field at Nicholls (3/3), walking once…walked as the designated hitter at Houston (4/12).2014 (Sophomore): Did not play baseball in 2014.
2013 (Freshman): Appeared in seven games with three starts (two at designated hitter and one in right field)...batted .200 with two hits and three walks...saw his first collegiate action as a pinch-hitter at Alabama (3/3)...also had a pinch-hitting opportunity against High Point (3/9)...earned his first collegiate hit when he went 1-for-2 against Memphis (3/23)...walked in his lone at-bat against LSU (3/26)...went 1-for-3 in his first career start at Southern Miss (4/7) in the designated hitter spot...started at Louisiana-Lafayette (4/9) and against New Orleans (4/17), notching walks in both contests.
About Hunter Lapeyre
Prep: Lettered all four years for head coach Trey Guillot while at Isidore Newman School...named the Offensive MVP during his junior season...was an Honorable Mention All-State 2A honoree as a junior...selected to the All-City and All-Region squad as a junior and senior...garnered All-District 9-2A during his final three seasons with the Greenies...played summer ball for the Big East Sportsplex American Legion team...also lettered four times in football.
Personal: Born Hunter McDowell Lapeyre on March 20, 1994...the son of Etienne and Elizabeth Lapeyre...has two brothers; Cass and Reagan, and two sisters; Liza and Catherine...his mother, Elizabeth, graduated from the Tulane School of Medicine in 1999.