Per It seemed like it was meant to be.

The work. The long hours on the course. The patience to withstand another rain delay two hours into the championship match. It all was there for LSU when junior Latanna Stone made a short put on 18 to halve the hole, win her match 1UP and clinch the 2022 Southeastern Conference Women’s Golf Championship for LSU.

The title was the Tigers first in women’s golf in 30 years. In 1992, Coach Karen Bahnsen and players Page Oeser, Kristi Coats, Julie Rigazio, Jennifer Vernon and Laurie Robbins captured the championships held at Santa Maria in Baton Rouge.

Sunday afternoon at the Greystone Country Club’s Legacy Club, Coach Garrett Runion and assistant Alexis Rather and players Stone, Ingrid Lindblad, Carla Tejedo, Elsa Svensson and Jess Bailey along with alternate Presley Baggett made sure this time another SEC Championship trophy was making the six-hour sprinter van journey back to Baton Rouge.

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Stone didn't make putt on 18 to halve the hole. She birdied and won the hole on a putt that should have been conceded. She won her match 2 up with the birdie putt. She could have still won the match by two putting, which would have halved the hole and left her one up. The Florida girl looked confused as to whether to concede the putt. It looks like a coach may have told her to make Stone putt it, the announcer wondered out loud if conceding the putt would have been more classy.
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Boy none of them look like paige (the rack) spranic
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Congrats ladies! Geaux Tigers!!!
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