LSU baseball game at Northwestern State on Tuesday moved up to 3:30 LSU baseball game at Northwestern State on Tuesday moved up to 3:30 Advocate staff photo by CATHERINE THRELKELD --Yale's Nate Adams slides safely into second past LSU second baseman Conner Hale during the LSU's 8-7 loss to Yale on Sunday at Alex Box Stadium in Baton Rouge. Ross Dellenger| Advocate sportswriter March 06, 2014 Comments LSU’s game at Northwestern State on Tuesday has been moved up to 3:30 p.m. because of wintry weather. The Tigers (9-2) and Demons (6-4) were originally set to meet at 7 p.m. Temperatures are projected to be in the mid-to-low 30s Tuesday night. There is a chance of sleet and freezing rain Tuesday morning in Natchitoches with precipitation diminishing after noon. The projected temperature at 3 p.m. is 46 degrees. LSU is coming off a stunning 8-7 loss to Yale on Sunday, a game in which the Tigers blew a six-run lead after four innings. Northwestern State has won four straight, including the last three over Southern. LSU is pitching freshman Jared Poché (2-0, 0.69) and Northwestern State will start senior Steven Spann (2-1, 3.27). Spann led the Demons in ERA as a reliever last season. \The Tigers have dropped in all of the major polls released Monday. Follow our Poll Speak Monday blog here.