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List of Louisiana State University alumni

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The following is a list of notable alumni of Louisiana State University.

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Contents

Academia

Arts, entertainment, media, and humanities

Business and economics

Government, politics, and activism

A

B

C–E

F–H

I–L

M–N

O–Q

R–S

T–Z

Military

Sports

Football

Baseball

Men's basketball

Women's basketball

Golf

Gymnastics

Track and field

Wrestling

  • Kevin Jackson, 3x All-American Tiger Wrestler, 1992 Olympic Freestyle Wrestling Champion, current head coach for ISU Cyclone Wrestling

MMA

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