Tulane vs. South Alabama – Game 1

I went to work with Dad a little earlier than usual this morning. We arrived at the West bank office at 10:45. While we were there, Dad had me generate a spreadsheet with the names and recent treatment dates of all current patients. We left there shortly after that was done to go to the Metairie office. I updated that same list for the Metairie office when I got there, although that was the only work for me to do. We left the office at about five and went to Zypher Field to see Tulane play South Alabama at 6:30 this evening. We just got dinner at the game instead of trying to get into one of the few and crowded places on Airline Drive. Tulane looked a lot better today than they did on Tuesday when they lost to Nicholls State, a comparatively weak team. Alabama opened well with two runs in top of the first. Tulane Answered with two of their own in the bottom of the second. Going into the fourth, the score was 3-2 Alabama. Rookie third baseman Seth Henry hit a three-run double in the bottom of the forth to give Tulane the 5-3 lead. Tulane scored one more in the fifth, the final score of the game for a final of 6-3. Pitcher Sean Morgan put on an excellent performance tonight, allowing only four hits in eight innings, three of which were in the first inning. He also had 11 strike-outs. All in all it was just a much more enjoyable game than the one on Tuesday, seeing Tulane win against a respectable opponent. After the game Dad and I went to Bruno’s uptown. The Boot was far too crowded with kids whooping it up for St. Patrick’s Day. Bruno’s had a rather healthy crowd as well but there was room to breathe. We were there for maybe an hour and had a couple drinks. I saw Shani while we were there. I hadn’t spoken to her since Mardi Gras last year when Ami was in town. Shani was surprisingly personable. We spoke for a few minutes, mostly about what we’ve been doing for the last six months. I think we left shortly after 10:30 to head home. I checked some things online and watched some TV before bed.

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