GAINESVILLE, Fla. — The LSU soccer team made history on a beautiful Sunday afternoon by shutting out the 11th-ranked Florida Gators 1-0 to clinch its fourth Southeastern Conference Western Division championship in five seasons with its first win over Florida in program history.

The Tigers (12-6-1, 7-3 SEC) clinched the title with a victory over the Gators (14-5, 7-3) and Tennessee’s 2-0 shutout of Auburn in Knoxville, Tenn., on Sunday afternoon.

LSU could clinch a share of the overall SEC title with a win at Arkansas on Friday night. LSU would finish in a three-way tie for the SEC crown with Florida and South Carolina if the Gators defeat the Gamecocks on Friday in Gainesville.

Senior All-SEC and All-America hopeful Taryne Boudreau scored the only goal with a 40-yard strike over leaping Florida goalkeeper Brooke Chancey after a goal kick in the 33rd minute of play. After Tiger goalkeeper Mo Isom fired a goal kick over the midfield stripe, senior Natalie Martineau took possession and laid it off to Boudreau just beyond the midfield circle.

“I kind of saw her (Brooke Chancey) out a little bit, but Mart was the one who was telling me to shoot it,” Boudreau said. “I just took the shot. The two other times I played here, they killed us. It’s an unbelievable feeling to help our team win a game like this against a team like Florida in my senior season.”

Men’s golf

LSU TIED FOR SIXTH PLACE AT ISLEWORTH: In Windermere, Fla., sophomore Andrew Presley and freshman Curtis Thompson shot 1-over 73s, the LSU men’s golf team posted a team total of 7-over 295 to earn four-way tie for sixth place after the first round of the Isleworth Collegiate Invitational.

No. 1-ranked Texas has a commanding lead with their 10-under 278, nine shots ahead of North Florida. Alabama and Stanford are tied for third at 3-over 291. California rounds out the top five at 5-over 293.

Augusta State, Florida and Oklahoma State are tied with LSU for sixth place.

ISLEWORTH COLLEGIATE INVITATIONAL

ROUND 1 RESULTS

TEAM SCORES (PAR 288): 1. Texas 278 -10; 2. North Florida 287 -1; T3. Alabama 291 +3; T3. Stanford 291 +3; 5. California 293 +5; T6. LSU 295 +7; T6. Augusta State 295 +7; T6. Florida 295 +7; T6. Oklahoma State 295 +7; 10. Indiana 296 +8; 11. Texas Tech 301 +13; 12. TCU 303 +15; T13. Central Florida 305 +17; T13. Vanderbilt 305 +17; 15. Ohio State 313 +25.

TOP 10 INDIVIDUALS (PAR 72): 1. Jordan Spieth, Texas, 65 -7; T2. Sean Dale, North Florida, 69 -3; T2. Justin Thomas, Alabama, 69 -3; T2. Andrew Yun, Stanford, 69 -3; T5. Brandon Hagy, California, 70 -2; T5. JD Tomlinson, Florida, 70 -2; T5. Toni Hakula, Texas, 70 -2; T5. Julio Vegas, Texas, 70 -2; T5. Patrick Rodgers, Stanford, 70 -2; 10. Michael Kim, California, 71 -1.

LSU SCORES: T17. Andrew Presley, 73 +1; T17. Curtis Thompson, 73 +1; T31. Sang Yi, 74 +2; T36. Landon Lyons, 75 +3; T62. Stewart Jolly, 79 +7.

Women’s golf

LADY TIGERS FINISH 15TH IN SEC-PAC 12 GOLD CHALLENGE: In Knoxville, Tenn., the LSU women’s golf team concluded the fall portion of the season with a 15th place finish in the SEC-Pac 12 Gold Challenge at the Holston Hills Country Club.

The Lady Tigers were 10-over on the final day to finish at 36-over 900. Alabama won the competition for the Southeastern Conference at 1-over 865, four shots ahead of UCLA, the defending national champion. Auburn was third at 15-over 879, one shot ahead of host Tennessee and Southern Cal (16-over 880).

LSU’s Jacqueline Hedwall tied for 34th at 222.

“It’s been a good fall,” LSU coach Karen Bahnsen said. “We look forward to the spring. We have some very good players and we have some good trips on the schedule that will test us and get us ready for post-season play.”

SEC-PAC 12 Golf Challenge

At Knoxville, Tenn.

TEAM RESULTS (288-864): 1. Alabama 284-289-292 – 865 +1; 2. UCLA 281-297-291 – 869 +5; 3. Auburn 296-286-297 – 879 +15; 4. Tennessee 291-292-297 – 880 +16; 4. Southern Cal 298-295-287 – 880 +16; 6. Vanderbilt 296-290-301 – 887 +23; 7. Georgia 305-292-291 – 888 +24; 8. Florida 298-299-296 – 893 +29; 9. Arizona 296-303-295 – 894 +30; 10. Arizona State 300-301-294 – 895 +31; 10. Washington 295-301-299 – 895 +31; 12. Oregon 301-300-295 – 896 +32; 13. Ole Miss 301-294-303 – 898 +34; 14. Colorado 295-301-303 – 899 +35; 15. LSU 307-295-298 – 900 +36; 16. California 299-302-300 – 901 +37; 17. South Carolina 310-305-293 – 908 +44; 18. Stanford 300-308-301 – 909 +45; 19. Arkansas 303-303-304 – 910 +46; 20. Kentucky 312-303-298 – 913 +49; 21. Oregon State 313-300-308 – 921 +57; 22. Washington State 312-309-307 – 928 +63; 23. Mississippi State 317-310-305 – 932 +68

INDIVIDUAL TOP 5 (PAR 72-216): 1. Stephanie Meadow, Alabama, 68-71-72 – 211 -5; 2. Lauren Stratton, Vanderbilt, 68-72-73 – 213 -3; 3. Mara Sanz, Auburn, 74-71-69 – 214 -2; 3. Kaitlyn Rohrback, Tennessee, 71-72-71 – 214 -2; 5. Erynne Lee, UCLA, 70-73-72 – 215 -1.

LSU SCORES: T34. Jacqueline Hedwall 74-75-73 – 222 +6; T53. Madelene Sagstrom 76-73-77 – 226 +10; T53. Tessa Teachman 79-73-74 – 226 +10; T70. Austin Ernst 82-74-74 – 230 +14; T89. Lindsay Gahm 78-79-77 – 234 +18.

Men’s tennis

BORSOS AND SIMPSON EARN SPOT IN ITA SOUTHERN REGIONAL FINALS: In Auburn, Ala., LSU men’s tennis duo Olivier Borsos and Chris Simpson outlasted Mississippi State’s Louis Cant and Malte Stropp 8-6 to to land a spot in the doubles main draw final at the USTA/ITA Southern Regional.

“Chris and Olivier have really come together as team this tournament,” LSU coach Jeff Brown said. “They are proving be a strong combination.”

Borsos and Simpson will play Mississippi State’s Jonas Lutjen and Johan Backstorm in the doubles final at 9 a.m. Monday.

In singles, Borsos lost in to Ole Miss’ Jonas Lutjen, 6-3, 6-4.

Women’s tennis

WOLF FALLS SHORT OF FINAL: In Birmingham, Ala., LSU’s Whitney Wolf lost to Mary Anne MacFarlane of Alabama, 3-6, 6-3, 6-2 in the Intercollegiate Tennis Association Southern Regional semfinals.