Louisiana sports briefs for Feb.13, 2013

LSU’s Courville, Hall honored

LSU sophomore gymnasts Rheagan Courville and Lloimincia Hall were named Southeastern Conference Gymnast of the Week and SEC Specialist of the Week, respectively, by the league office Tuesday after leading the Tigers to a season-high 197.275 in a win at Missouri last week.

Courville earned four individual titles at Missouri, including her fourth all-around crown in six meets this season. She finished with a career-high 39.600 all-around total.

Hall earned a perfect 10.0 on floor exercise at Missouri, her fourth floor title in six meets and the 11th title of her career.

Hall is the only gymnast in the nation to score a 10 on floor this season.

No. 7 LSU (7-2, 3-1 SEC) returns to the Pete Maravich Assembly Center hosting No. 20 Arkansas at 7 p.m. Friday. Tickets are still available by visiting www.LSUtix.net.

Tickets are $5 for adults and $3 for youth ages 3-12.

LSU signee honored by Golfweek

LSU women’s golf signee Carly Ray Goldstein was named Golfweek Magazine’s Junior Golfer of the Week after winning another tournament.

Goldstein, from Coral Springs, Fla., fired back-to-back rounds of 1-under 71 on the Future Collegians World Tour stop at Inverrary Golf Club in Lauderhill, Fla. Goldstein won the East Course, which has hosted 15 PGA and LPGA tournaments.

Goldstein had 26 pars over the 36 holes with six birdies to finish at 2-under 142 and won the girls division of the tournament by 13 shots over Isabella DiLisio of Hatfield, Pa., who posted rounds of 76-79 — 155.

The tournament win put Goldstein just shy of 100 victories in her junior golf career.