Andrew Larkin enters his fourth season as Occidental’s head men and women’s golf coach after completing his career as a four-time All-SCIAC golfer at Oxy in May of 2012.
Under Larking three Tigers have been named 1st Team-All SCIAC, four 2nd Team-All SCIAC selections, and 4 have been named Academic All-Americans.
When Larkin was on the course, he was among the best in the SCIAC every year. He was named Second Team All-SCIAC twice and First Team twice. He was also a two-time Academic All-American and has two career tournament wins, including SCIAC No. 2 in 2010.
Larkin was one of Oxy's most accomplished and complete student-athletes. In addition to playing golf at Oxy, he was also a three year starter of the Oxy Soccer Team. He held positions as the president of the Future Business Leaders of America group, the treasure of the Phi Beta Kappa Pre-Law Society at Oxy and vice president of Oxy's Chapter of Sigma Alpha Epsilon. At the 2012 Roy Dennis Senior Scholar-Athlete Awards Banquet in May, he was awarded the Pat Yeomans Award for his athletic and academic success, the top honor for an individual sport athlete.
Larkin made his professional golf debut in November of 2012 after a layoff due to hip surgery. Larkin currently is ranked in the World Golf Ranking having played events on the PGA Tour Latin Ameirca, being a former member of the OneAsia Golf Tour, and holding two professional wins including the 2015 Pepsi Tour Northern California Championship. Larkin is also a PGA of America Level 3 Apprentice working toward membership in December of 2014, a Titleist Performance Institute Certified Instructor and Level 2 Strength Coach and is the author of A Mini Tour Life.