Head Coach Brad Lanning finishes three-year tenure at the helm of the Lions, as he announces he is leaving the coaching profession.
Men's golf to host first tournament since 2006 with the LMU Invitational honoring Jerry Mook.
Men's golf finishes with second-best tournament score in program history to win Bill Cullum Invite.
Busy March prepares Lions for WCC Championships and beyond.
Men's golf continues spring slate with trip to Desert Intercollegiate hosted by Wyoming at Classic Club in Palm Desert, Calif.
The highlight of the 2015-16 LMU men's golf schedule has arrived as the Lions will host the LMU Invitational Honoring Jerry Mook on Feb. 1-2, 2016, at Reflection Bay Golf Course.
The 2014 West Coast Conference Men's Golf Championship will take place at the Gold Mountain Golf Club in Bremerton, Wash. Starting Monday, April 14 through Wednesday, April 16. Golfers will play 18 holes per day on the par-72 course playing at 7,007 yards.
Lions' All-Access Interview with Brad Lanning
Second round of 2015 WCC Championships at Saticoy CC
First round of 2015 WCC Men's Golf Championships from Saticoy CC
First golf tournament of the 2014-15 season at North Ranch Country Club in Westlake Village.
Donors pitch-in to give men's golf a new ride.
Men's golf at the 2013 Bill Cullum Invitational hosted by CS Northridge
In his first season he helped then senior Tyler Torano advance to the NCAA West Regional and then repeated the task in 2015 as then junior Connor Campbell, who placed third at the WCC Championships that season, advanced to the NCAA Regional.
In his third season, the Lions won their first team championship at a tournament since 2009, winning the Bill Cullum Invitational on Oct. 19-20. The Lions also hosted their first tournament since 2006 when they held the LMU Invitational honoring Jerry Mook in February at Reflection Bay Golf Course in Las Vegas, Nev.
Lanning joined Martin's staff at Oregon in July of 2011 and in two seasons the Ducks went to the NCAA Regionals and in 2011-12, Oregon earned a third place finish at the NCAA Golf Championships, its best finish ever in 26 trips to the NCAA tournament.
The two years at Oregon wasn't the first time Lanning and Martin paired for success. They were teammates for three seasons at Stanford, helping the Cardinal win the 1994 NCAA Championship. Lanning graduated that season with a degree in Political Science and then earned his Master's in Counseling at Denver Seminary in 2011.
After Stanford, Lanning spent six years playing professionally on the Hooters Tour, South American Tour and the Canadian PGA tour, while also working as a stock broker before entering the coaching ranks.
It didn't take long for success to reach Lanning as a coach, helping St. Stephen's Episcopal School in Bradenton, Fla., to a state title and a state runner-up finish in two years as an assistant coach. After moving to Colorado, he entered the master's program at Denver and assisted Valor Christian High School to a pair of state championships in his three seasons with the team.
He has also served on camp coaching staffs for the University of Florida and his alma mater. Lanning and his wife have a son and a daughter.