Kyla Lien was named head golf coach in May 2018. She previouly served as assistant coach at Rocky Mountain College. Lien graduated with high academic honors and was an all-conference selection competing for RMC. Lien won 12 individual tournament titles, and she quaified for the NAIA National Championship three times with a best national finish of third.
Lewis-Clark State College was easily second best in the 2018 Frontier Conference Championship at ASU Karsten Course in Tempe, Ariz. Rocky Mountain College shot the low score in all three rounds to beat the Warriors by 30 strokes, then there was a 82-shot gap to third-place Montana Tech. The course was par 72 and measured 5,891 yards.
Low scorer for the Warriors was Marissa Louder, who took third (83-74-79=236). Kayla Monroe was fifth (77-84-82=243).
For daily team updates and current roster information, click the Lewis-Clark State Warriors team link at the top of this page.
Lewis-Clark State competed but failed to make the 36-hole cut in the 2017 NAIA Championship, and won the Frontier Conference Championship. LC State was second in the 2016 Frontier.
Lewis-Clark State competed but didn't make the 54-hole cut (unofficially 23rd) in the 2015 NAIA Championship, and won the Frontier Conference title.
Lewis-Clark State finished 13th in the 2014 NAIA Championship, and won the Frontier Conference Championship. In 2013, Lewis-Clark State made the cut by three strokes and finished 17th in the NAIA Championship, and won the Frontier Conference Championship.
Lewis-Clark College finished second behind Westminster the season-long 2011-12 Frontier Conference Championship. Lewis-Clark College finished 12th at the 2009 NAIA Women’s Golf National Championship, 19th in 2008 and 13th in 2007.