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Presley Baggett Season 2019-20

Canton, Miss.
High School
Germantown HS

Updated Through SEC Championship, April 2023

2019 Louisiana Women’s Golf Freshman of the Year
2019 All-Louisiana Team

Low (Single Round):
— 70, Green Wave Fall Classic (September 13, 2022; 3rd Round)
— 70, SEC Championship (April 18, 2019; 2nd Round)

Low (Single Round to Par):
-2, Green Wave Fall Classic (September 13, 2022; 3rd Round)
-2, SEC Championship (April 18, 2019; 2nd Round)

Low (54 holes):
216, Green Wave Fall Classic (September 12-13, 2022)

Low (54 holes to Par):
E, Green Wave Fall Classic (September 12-13, 2022)

Best Career Finish:
4th, Auburn Individual (April 4, 2022)

No. of Top 10 Finishes: 3
– Auburn Individual (4th; April 4, 2022))
– Florida State Match-Up (T8th; February 29-March 1, 2020)
– LSU Tiger Golf Classic (T6th; March 29-31, 2019)

No. of Even or Under Par Rounds: 10
No. of Rounds Played: 65
Stroke Average: 75.45

Played in one tournament in the fall portion of the 2022-23 season before graduating from LSU in December 2022 … Posted her best 54 aggregate total of 216 in the Green Wave Fall Classic with rounds of 75-71-70 to finish at even par 216 … Finished T27 in a field of 81 … Stroke average for the year of 72.00.

Came in on a day’s notice to take Carla Tejedo’s place when she was under the weather and helped the LSU lineup win the Clemson Invitational (3/25-27) with three rounds of 78 … Has played 62 career rounds with three top 10s … Third top 10 came in the 36-hole Auburn Individual event, shooting rounds of 75-71 to finish in a fourth place at 2-over par 146.

Saw action in five tournaments, all in the spring 2021 portion of the season …. Averaged 75.87 for 15 rounds with two rounds of par or under – a 72 at the ICON Invitational and a final round of 1-under 71 in the LSU Tiger Golf Classic … Posted low relation to par score for 54 holes in the LSU Tiger Golf Classic with a 5-over 221 total (74-76-71) … Best finish of the season at T20 in the University Club event … Seven total rounds of par or under in her three years at LSU.

Competed in five regular season tournaments before season was shortened by COVID-19, improving almost a stroke off her season average … Averaged 75.07 strokes over 15 rounds as the team finished the season ranked No. 12 in the nation … Best finish of season was a tie for eighth place at the Florida State Match-Up … Posted season-low +7 (223) at the Battle at the Beach in November.

Competed in eight regular season tournaments, the SEC Championship and NCAA East Lansing Regional … Averaged 75.70 strokes over 27 rounds … Best finish of season was a tie for sixth place at the LSU Tiger Golf Classic in March … In weather-shortened Clemson Invitational, April 7-8, finished with two-round score of 145 (+1) … Posted four rounds of even or under par over rookie season … Had a streak of 25 consecutive rounds counting toward the team score during the season … Top LSU finisher at the SEC Championship (T25; +6).

Played high school golf at Germantown High School … Named the 2017-18 National Girls’ Golf Athlete of the Year by the National High School Coaches Association (NHSCA) … Won the 2018 Mississippi Women’s Amateur Championship, beating out future teammate Kathleen Gallagher … Four-time Prep All-State Girls’ Golf Team honoree (2015, 2016, 2017, 2018) … Victorious at the Mississippi Girls High School 5A Championship three times (2015, 2017, 2018) … Won the 2017 Mississippi Junior Golf Association Girls Junior Championship with three scores under par 68-69-71 … Finished runner-up in the 2017 Mississippi Women’s State Amateur tournament … Won seven tournaments as a senior in 2018.

Born on October 25, 1999, in Canton, Mississippi … Right-Handed … Parents are Bryan and Jennifer Baggett … Has two older brothers, Riley and Cole … Major is Sport Administration … Favorite movie… Dumb and Dumber … Favorite TV show: The Office … Favorite animals: Mike the Tiger and my golden doodle Curry … Favorite professional golfer: Jordan Spieth … Favorite professional women’s golfer: Paula Creamer … Favorite course to play: Teeth of the Dog in the Dominican Republic … If I could play with anyone: Shaquille O’Neal, Jordan Spieth, John Krasinski.

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