Height
6'1
Class
Senior
Hometown
Baton Rouge, La.
Major
Sport Leadership
High School
Episcopal School

2011 Golfweek Honorable Mention All-American
2011 PING Honorable Mention All-American
2011 PING All-Southeast Region
2011 First-Team All-SEC
2011 SEC Men’s Golfer of the Week (April 11)
2011 LSWA First-Team All-Louisiana
2011 SEC Academic Honor Roll
2010 Louisiana Classics Champion
2010 Golfweek Honorable Mention All-American
2010 PING Honorable Mention All-American
2010 PING All-Southeast Region
2010 First-Team All-SEC
2010 LSWA Louisiana Player of the Year
2010 LSWA First-Team All-Louisiana
2010 SEC Academic Honor Roll
2009 U.S. Amateur Participant
2009 Louisiana Amateur Champion
2009 LSWA Second-Team All-Louisiana
2009 SEC Academic Honor Roll
2008 SEC All-Freshman Team
2008 LSWA Second-Team All-Louisiana
2008 LSWA Louisiana Freshman of the Year

CAREER CAPSULE
Helped lead a resurgent LSU men’s golf program during his four years in Baton Rouge from 2007-11 … A two-time First-Team All-SEC selection and two-time Honorable Mention All-America selection with the Tigers … Also picked up a pair of PING All-Southeast Region honors during his junior and senior seasons … Made 48 tournament appearances in four seasons with the Tigers … Earned 11 top-five finishes, 18 top-10 finishes and 29 top-20 finishes in his 48 career tournament starts … Averaged 73.00 strokes per round in 143 rounds played during his career … His scoring average of 73.00 is tied for the No. 5 spot on LSU’s career list since 1982 … Posted 59 rounds at par or better for his career … Won one individual tournament title during his college career at the 2010 Louisiana Classics held March 8-9, 2010, at Oakbourne Country Club in Lafayette … Fired the lowest 54-hole score of his career in winning the Louisiana Classics during the 2009-10 season at 8-under par 208 … Fired his career-low round of 5-under 65 in the second round of the 2008 Gator Invitational during his freshman season … Finished in the top-10 of the SEC Championships leaderboard twice during his junior and senior seasons … Earned his best finish at the SEC Championships during his junior season in 2010 when he tied for fourth place at Sea Island Golf Club … Appeared in four NCAA Regionals and two NCAA Championships with his four seasons at LSU.

SENIOR SEASON (2010-11)
Wrapped up his collegiate career with an outstanding senior season in which he earned First-Team All-SEC and Honorable Mention All-America honors from both PING and Golfweek for the second-straight season … Earned a career high seven top-10 and 10 top-20 finishes in 13 tournament appearances during a tremendous senior season … Averaged 72.48 strokes per round in 39 rounds played on the season … Nearly 50 percent of his rounds on the season were at par or better … Finished at par or better in 19 of 39 rounds on the campaign … Was the No. 40-ranked player in the country in the final Golfweek Individual College Rankings for the 2010-11 season … Nearly won his second career individual tournament title at the Hootie at Bulls Bay as he tied for first place on the leaderboard with a season-low 6-under par 207 at the par-71 course at Bulls Bay Golf Club in Awendaw, S.C. … Dropped a one-hole, sudden-death playoff for the individual title … Still led the Tigers to a successful defense of their team title at The Hootie … Also fired 6-under par in 54 holes at the Louisiana Classics to tie for second place on the leaderboard with his score of 210 … Guided the Tigers to a sweep of team titles in their two home tournaments in 2010-11 as he tied for eighth place at the David Toms Intercollegiate held Oct. 18-19 at the Country Club of Louisiana and finished in fifth place at the LSU National Invitational held April 2-3 at the University Club … Fired a 4-under 212 in three rounds at the David Toms Intercollegiate … Posted a 2-over 218 at the LSU National Invitational … Tied for fifth place at the prestigious Isleworth Collegiate Invitational with a 54-hole score of 2-over 218 … Earned a top-10 finish for the SEC Championships for the second-straight season by tying for sixth place on the conference leaderboard to secure his second-straight First-Team All-SEC selection … Posted a three-round score of 2-over 212 in the SEC Championships held April 15-17 at the Seaside Course at Sea Island Golf Club in St. Simons Island, Ga. … Nearly added two more top-10 finishes at the Gator Invitational (Feb. 12-13) and John Hayt Invitational (Feb. 27-March 1) in back-to-back starts as he tied for 11th place in each event … Also picked up a top-20 finish at the Schenkel Invitational by tying for 20th place at 2-over 218 … Represented the Tigers along with senior teammate John Peterson at the Western Refining All-America Golf Classic held Nov. 22-23 at El Paso Country Club in El Paso, Texas … Finished in a tie for sixth place in a field of 31 at the Western Refining All-America Golf Classic with a 54-hole score of 6-under 210 … Competed in NCAA Regional play for the fourth-straight season … Tied for 25th place at the NCAA East Regional with a  score of 7-over 223, including a 1-under 71 in the final round at the Pete Dye River Course of Virginia Tech in Blacksburg … Went on to compete at the NCAA Championships for the second year in a row, where he tied for 141st place at Oklahoma State’s Karsten Creek in Stillwater … Was named to the SEC Academic Honor Roll for the third time in his collegiate career … Picked up a fourth varsity letter.

JUNIOR SEASON (2009-10)
Emerged as one of the premier players in college golf with his performance in 2009-10 … Earned honorable mention All-America honors from both Golfweek and PING for his effort … Also earned a first-team All-SEC selection for the first time in his collegiate career … Honored by the Louisiana Sports Writers Association as the Louisiana Player of the Year and a first-team All-Louisiana performer … Wrapped up the season as the No. 44-ranked college golfer in the country in the Golfweek individual rankings … One of three Tigers to compete in all 13 tournaments during the 2009-10 season … Shattered career bests with six top-10 and eight top-20 finishes … Also set a new career-low scoring average of 72.00 in 38 rounds as the team’s leading scorer … Showed a dramatic improvement from his 73.72 scoring average as a sophomore … Recorded an impressive 19 rounds at par or better for the season … Solidified his All-America status with top-10 finishes at the SEC Championships (t4) and NCAA Central Regional Championships (t6) … Finished in a tie for 72nd place in his first career appearance at the NCAA Division I Men’s Golf Championships … Helped lead the Tigers to a 24th-place finish in their first appearance at the NCAA Championships since 1997 … Captured his first individual tournament title with a win at the Louisiana Classics (March 8-9), leading the Tigers to the team championship … Also led LSU to team titles at the David Toms Intercollegiate (Oct. 26-27) with a fourth-place finish and at the Hootie at Bulls Bay Intercollegiate (March 28-30) with a tie for 10th-place finish … Also was the runner-up on the leaderboard at the SunTrust Gator Invitational (Feb. 13-14) … Fired a career low 54-hole score of 8-under 208 to win medalist honors at the Louisiana Classics … Also fired a 6-under 207 at the David Toms Intercollegiate … Matched his career-low round in relation to par of 5-under four times during the 2009-10 season … Honored for his performance in the classroom with his second career selection to the SEC Academic Honor Roll … Earned his third varsity letter.

SOPHOMORE SEASON (2008-09)
One of only two Tigers to compete in all 11 tournaments during the 2008-09 season … Finished the season with three top-10 and six top-20 finishes … Was the team’s second-leading scorer with a 73.72 scoring average in 33 competitive rounds … Improved from his 74.06 scoring average as a freshman … Recorded 10 rounds at par or better … Helped lead the Tigers to the team title at the John Hayt Invitational (Feb. 22-24) by tying for second place on the leaderboard … Fired an even-par 216 in three rounds at the John Hayt Invitational to earn his best career finish as an LSU Tiger … Also led LSU to victory at the Reunion Intercollegiate (April 5-7) with a tie for fifth place at 8-over 224 … Wrapped up the season with a top-10 finish in NCAA Regional play as he tied for ninth place at the NCAA South Central Regional Championships with a 7-over 223 at Karsten Creek Golf Club in Stillwater, Okla. … Finished in a tie for 21st place at the 2009 SEC Men’s Golf Championships at Frederica Golf Club in St. Simons, Island, Ga. … Posted top-20 finishes at the Squire Creek Invitational (T11th), Shoal Creek Intercollegiate (17th) and Hootie at Bulls Bay Intercollegiate (19th) … Posted his lowest 54-hole score of the season at the Squire Creek Invitational, where he fired a 3-under 213 for three rounds … Lowest round was a 4-under 67 in the second round at the Hootie at Bulls Bay Intercollegiate … Honored by the Louisiana Sports Writers Association as a second-team All-Louisiana selection for the second-straight year … Followed the collegiate season by winning the 2009 LGA Louisiana Amateur Championship with a four-round score of 11-under 277 at English Turn Golf and Country Club in New Orleans … Became the seventh LSU Tiger in nine years to be crowned the Louisiana Amateur Champion … Also competed in the United States Amateur Championship for the first time in his amateur career … Also earned his first career selection to the SEC Academic Honor Roll … Earned his second varsity letter.

FRESHMAN SEASON (2007-08)
Showed just why he was considered one of the nation’s top recruits with a successful freshman campaign in 2007-08 … A member of the nation’s fourth-ranked freshman class according to the Golfstat Top 25 Freshman Class Impact Ranking … Proved to be one of the top freshmen in the Southeastern Conference as he was named to the SEC All-Freshman Team following the season … Finished the season as the team leader with a 74.06 scoring average in 11 tournament appearances … His scoring average ranked seventh among freshmen in the SEC … Also tied fellow freshman Clayton Rotz for the team lead with two top-10 and five top-20 finishes on the season … Opened the spring season at the SunTrust Gator Invitational with his best career finish … Fired a season-low 5-under par 205 to finish the championship in a tie for fourth place … His 54-hole score at the Gator Invitational included a seasonal best 5-under 65 in the second round … Also posted a top-10 finish at the Bank of America Intercollegiate, finishing the tournament in a tie for eighth place at 2-under 214 … Added top-20 finishes at Squire Creek Invitational (T11th), Bridgestone Collegiate Championship (T11th) and the Schenkel/E-Z-Go Invitational (T13th) … Made his first career appearance at the SEC Men’s Golf Championships, where he finished in a tie for 37th place … Helped lead the Tigers to their first NCAA Regional appearance since 2005 … Finished in a tie for 114th at the NCAA West Regional in Bremerton, Wash. … Was honored for his performance by the Louisiana Sports Writers Association by being named the Louisiana Freshman of the Year and a second-team All-Louisiana selection … Earned his first varsity letter.

PRIOR TO LSU
A member of one of the nation’s premier recruiting classes for the Class of 2007 … Signed with LSU as the No. 1 high school senior in the state of Louisiana … Was as the 19th-ranked junior golfer in the country according to the National Junior Golf Scoreboard when he signed with the Tigers in November 2006 … Junior career was highlighted by a pair of appearances in the United States Junior Amateur Championship and being a second alternate for the field in the 2005 U.S. Open Championship at Pinehurst No. 2 … Finished fourth at the 2006 Louisiana Amateur Championship at the Country Club of Louisiana with a score of 8-under par 280, including an 8-under 64 in the final round … Was the winner of the 2005 Louisiana Junior Amateur Championship after firing a 6-under 210 for three rounds … Enjoyed one of the most prolific high school careers in the history of the state … Earned six letters as a member of the golf team at Episcopal High School in Baton Rouge under the direction of head coach Andrew Wyly … Led the Knights to two Class 2A state championships during his high school career … Was also a two-time individual state champion and three-time Baton Rouge metro champion … Wrapped up his high school career with a 69.0 scoring average in 2007 … Was the Class 2A state runner-up as a senior … Also a standout on the basketball court, was named The Advocate High School Athlete of the Year as a junior in 2006 … Finished his basketball career as a two-time all-state shooting guard under the tutelage of head coach Chris Beckman … Averaged 21.6 points per game on the hardwood during his senior season … Holds Episcopal’s all-time record for three-pointers made in a game and a season … Invited to participate in the 2007 Louisiana High School Coaches Association All-Star Game but was forced to withdraw due to an injury.

PERSONAL
Full name is Andrew Gravolet Loupe … Born on Nov. 22, 1988 … Parents are Jack and Gayle Loupe … Also has an older brother, Jack, who attended LSU … Majoring in sport administration with a concentration in sport leadership … Plays right handed.

 

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