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June 15, 2004 -

Lafayette, La- University of Louisiana-Lafayette head baseball coach Tony
Robichaux has accepted an invitation from the National Youth Sports
Corporation to participate in the NCAA's 2004 Baseball Youth Education
through Sports (YES) program.

Robichaux is one of 12 Division I head baseball coaches chosen to
participate in the YES program this season. His selection was based on many
factors, including; national reputation, history and progress of baseball
program and potential of the program.

In addition, Cajuns Josh Landry and Justin Morgan will join Robichaux in
Omaha, Neb. to volunteer for the clinic to be held on Saturday, June 19 and
Sunday, June 20 prior to games at the College World Series.

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06-15-2004 09:14 PM
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Good news for the Cajun program congrads to them. 04-cheers
06-15-2004 10:35 PM
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