Luke Calcatera became head coach prior to the 2011-12 season. He is a former Tech Wonder Boy player (2003-07). Calcatera is a PGA professional.
In the final tournament of the abbreviated spring 2020 season, Arkansas Tech waged a tight battle with Colorado State-Pueblo and emerged victorious at the Las Vegas Desert Classic at Royal Links Golf Course in Las Vegas, Nev. The Wonder Boys took the title by one shot over Pueblo followed by Oklahoma Christian, St. Mary's (TX) and Colorado Mines. The course was par 72, measuring 6,962 yards and producing an average 18-hole score of 77.2 strokes. Scores were highest during the first round that was suspended mid-round due to high winds and dry greens.
Low scorers for Tech were Francois Jacobs, who tied for sixth (73-75-70=218), Andre Jacobs, who tied for 11th (79-70-72=221) and Connor Gaunt (72-77-73=222) in 13th.
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Arkansas Tech placed sixth in stroke play and advanced to match play in the 20-team 2019 NCAA D-II Championship. The Wonder Boys lost to West Florida in the first round. Tech tied for third and advanced in the 20-team 2019 NCAA D-II Central/Midwest Regional after winning the 2019 Great American Conference (GAC) Championship.
Arkansas Tech tied for fifth in stroke play and advanced as the #6 seed to medal/match in the 20-team 2018 NCAA D-II Championship. The #6-seed Wonder Boys lost their first-round match to #3-seed Lynn using a total-strokes tie-breaker after the two teams tied 2.5 - 2.5.
Arkansas Tech finished fourth fourth in the 20-team 2018 NCAA D-II Central/Midwest Regional after taking second at the 2018 GAC Championship.
Arkansas Tech finished eighth, the last spot to advance to match play in the 20-team 2017 NCAA D-II Championship. The #8-seed Wonder Boys won their first match in a tie-breaker over #1-seed Barry and lost to #4-seed Lynn 3-2 in the semi-finals. Florida Southern defeated Lynn in the championship match.
Arkansas Tech shot 24-under par for three days and placed fourth at the 20-team 2017 NCAA D-II Central/Midwest Regional. Tech was second in the 2017 GAC Championship.
Arkansas Tech tied for 13th at the 20-team 2016 NCAA D-II Midwest/Central Regional. The Wonder Boys finished second to red-hot Henderson State in the 2016 GAC Championship.
Arkansas Tech tied for 11th place in the 20-team 2015 NCAA D-II Central/Midwest Regional after finishing third at the 2015 Great American Conference (GAC) Championship.
Arkansas Tech placed eighth at the 20-team 2014 NCAA D-II Central/Midwest Regional. The Wonder Boys took second the 2014 GAC Championship.
Tech finished 13th at the 20-team 2013 NCAA D-II Central/Midwest Regional.
Arkansas Tech was selected to play at the 2009 and 2010 NCAA D-II South-Southeast Regional.