Senators Kennedy, Cassidy introduce resolution celebrating LSU national championship
WASHINGTON (WAFB) - Louisiana senators John Kennedy and Bill Cassidy introduced a resolution on Tuesday, April 25, to recognize the LSU women’s basketball team for winning its first national championship.
“Louisiana could not be prouder of LSU’s Lady Tigers and Coach Kim Mulkey for making history,” said Sen. Kennedy. “LSU scored the most points ever in a NCAA women’s championship game, and it’s an honor to recognize how much their hard work and fighting spirit paid off. Geaux Tigers!”
“Kim Mulkey and the Tigers have left their mark on college sports history,” added Sen. Cassidy. “They went from a losing season two years ago to winning a national championship and packing stadiums in record numbers. What a triumph! Geaux Tigers!!”
LSU defeated Iowa, 102-85.
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