Garrett Runion was named LSU head golf coach in June 2018. He served the previous six season as LSU assistant men's coach. Runior competed four seasons for the Tigers from 2003-08 and was a four-time member of the SEC Academic Honor Roll. Runion returned to LSU after coaching Nova Southeastern University to the 2012 NCAA Division II national championship in his only season as head coach.
LSU concluded its shortened spring 2020 season with a 10th-place finish at the Darius Rucker Intercollegiate at Long Cove Golf Club in Hilton Head, S.C. The Tigers posted consistent team scores (299-298-300) but did not challenge the leaders. Wake Forest shot the low team score each day and cruised to a 26-stroke win over runner-up Auburn with Duke, UCLA and Texas filling out the top five in the 17-team tournament. The course played to par 71, 6,290 yards with an average 18-hole score of 76.1 strokes in windy conditions.
The Tigers' Latanna Stone (75-75-71=221) tied for 20th, and Ingid Lindblad (74-73-75=222) tied for 23rd.
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Louisiana State finished 10th in the 2019 NCAA D-1 East Lansing Regional. The Tigers claimed ninth at the 2019 Southeastern Conference Championship.
Louisiana State finished 14th at the 2018 Southeastern Conference Championship, and eighth in 2017.
Louisiana State finished 11th in the 2016 NCAA D-I Baton Rouge Regional, and 11th in the Southeastern Conference Championship.
LSU competed but didn't make the 54-hole cut at the 2015 NCAA Championship, tied for fourth in the NCAA D-I Raleigh Regional, and finished seventh in the Southeastern Conference Championship.
Louisiana State University finished 20th of 24 teams in the 2014 NCAA D-1 Central Regional, and fifth in the SEC Championship.
Louisiana State tied for 12th in the 2013 NCAA D-I West Regional, and seventh in the Southeastern Conference Championship.
Louisiana State just missed winning the national championship as it placed third in the 2012 NCAA Championship, tied for first place with UCLA at the NCAA D1 West, and took seventh in the Southeastern Conference Championship.
LSU placed third in the 2011 NCAA Championship, second in the NCAA Central Regional, and third in the Southeastern Conference Championship.
The Tigers finished 12th in the 24-team 2009 NCAA Championship.