LSU hits two grand slams in SEC tournament win vs. Kentucky

Tommy White slugs LSU's 2nd grand slam vs. Kentucky (0:37)

Tommy White gives LSU an 11-0 lead to with an eighth inning grand slam. (0:37)

HOOVER, Ala. -- Jared Jones and Tommy White each blasted a grand slam to set an SEC tournament record, and defending national champion LSU beat Kentucky 11-0 in eight innings Wednesday.

LSU became the first team in 607 SEC tournament games to hit multiple grand slams in the same game.

Jones homered in the seventh inning for his first hit of the tournament -- and LSU's first grand slam in the SEC tournament since Blake Dean on May 24, 2008. Jones has hit 23 homers this season.

"Great at-bat by Jared," LSU coach Jay Johnson said, according to the school's website. "I thought he really did a good job of slowing the game down. I thought he saw the ball well throughout the day. He hit a couple balls hard before that, really good at-bats, and was in control of himself, and stayed with that at-bat with two strikes."

White smashed his 24th home run in the eighth for an 11-run lead. Michael Braswell III and Hayden Travinski also homered for LSU.

Luke Holman (9-3) struck out seven in a six-inning start, and Gavin Guidry added three strikeouts in two innings.

"Our guys were ready to play," Johnson said. "Winning starts and ends on the mound."

It was LSU's 13th run-rule game in its tournament history and its seventh double-digit shutout.

LSU (38-20), the No. 11 seed, moves to the winner's bracket for a game Thursday. Third-seeded Kentucky (39-13) will play an elimination game Thursday.

The Tigers have scored 20 runs in two games, while giving up just seven hits and one run.

The Associated Press contributed to this report.