Seth Harrison homered twice and drove in six runs, and Austin Robichaux threw a complete game five hitter as Louisiana's Ragin' Cajuns won their eleventh straight home game, beating Troy 7-2 Saturday night at M. L. "Tigue" Moore Field.

Harrison hit a solo homer leading off the second inning, blasted a grand slam homer with two out in the fifth and delivered another run on an infield hit in the seventh to lead a 14 hit attack.

Robichaux (4-2), allowed three hits and two runs in the third inning and then just two singles the rest of the way in the complete game victory.

The Cajuns (22-8, 6-5 Sun Belt), wasted no time getting on the scoreboard against Troy starter Will Starling (4-3) in the first inning.  Dex Kjerstad walked and Ryan Leonards then doubled, the first of his three hits in the game.  A Tyler Girouard ground out scored Kjerstad and catcher Michael Strentz delivered a two out double for the second run. Girouard went hitless on the night, ending his career-high fourteen game hitting streak.

Harrison's second homer of the season increased the Cajuns' lead to 3-0.

Robichaux retired the first seven batters he faced before Ali Knowles singled with one out in the third.  Then, with two out, Tyler Vaughn singled and Logan Pierce doubled to right center to make the score 3-2.  It was the only extra base hit for the Trojans (20-9. 6-5), who tallied nine in Friday's 7-6 loss.

The game stayed 3-2 until the fifth whe, with two out, Caleb Adams doubled, the first of his three hits.  Strentz was hit by a pitch and Chase Compton walked before Harrison blasted his second homer of the game to break it open, 7-2.  The Cajuns got insurance runs on Harrison's infield hit in the seventh and Ryan Leonards' RBI double in the eighth.

Robichaux walked two, hit three batters and struck out eight in posting the Cajuns' second complete game of the season.

The 14 hit attack marked the 17th time in 30 games that the Cajuns have reached double figures in hits.

Louisiana goes for the sweep Sunday at 1pm.  Cody Boutte will get the start for the Cajuns.