Powerlifting truly has no offseason as the best of the best have to train year round to stay on top. We trust our members to train during seasonal breaks from school and support the members who choose to compete over summer break. This summer, we had a few current and alumni members compete locally, nationally, and internationally. Here are some results from Tiger Powerlifters, past, present and potentially future, from summer competitions.
PR –> personal record
LSUPLR –> LSU Powerlifting Record
Complete Results (Go to Sheet1)
About half the team competed at the Louisiana State Meet, held at ULL. 8 more members qualified for Collegiate Nationals!
Continue reading 2015 LA State Meet Highlights
With the conclusion of this meet, LSU Powerlifting has 20 members qualified for Collegiate Nationals 2015!
Continue reading 2014 Louisiana Collegiate Regionals Highlights
Kayli decided not to end her season after her 2nd place finish at Collegiate’s. She needed a good showing at the 2014 Women’s Nationals being held in Baton Rouge, LA in late May to make the U.S.A World Junior Team. Continue reading 2014 IPF World Junior Champion – Kayli Alphonso!
Following a 2nd place finish at Collegiate Nationals in April, Garrett Bottesy Bailey immediately transitioned back into raw training as he had his sights set on Suzdal, Russia for the 1st Classic World Championships in mid-June. Continue reading 2013 Bottesy wins Silver at the 1st Classic World Championships
The ladies won the team National Championship for the 4th time in club history due in large part to 3 of them winning individual championships. Continue reading 2013 Collegiate Nationals, Killeen — #4 for Women’s
The Men took home their 2nd team Collegiate National Championship due in large part to a staggering 10 All-Americans. Continue reading 2012 Collegiate Nationals, Baton Rouge — Men’s get their 2nd title