The Miss LSU-USA Pageant is nationally recognized as a part of the Miss USA circuit and is a preliminary to the Miss Louisiana-USA Pageant.

We would like to congratulate our 2018 Miss LSU-USA, Olivia Rackley!


Become a Contestant for​ the 2019 Pageant

Stay updated with Miss LSU-USA 2018, Olivia Rackley, via blogposts and the Miss LSU-USA  instagram page @misslsuusa. Future details on the 2019 pageant will be announced on Facebook (Miss LSU USA) and Instagram @misslsupageant.

Recently, we had 21 women vie for the title of Miss LSU-USA 2018.



Miss LSU-USA 2018, Olivia Rackley

Olivia was crowned Miss LSU-USA in the LSU Student Union Theater on Sunday, March 18th, 2018.


Sponsor the 2019 Miss LSU-USA Pageant

The Miss LSU-USA Pageant is a fundraising event hosted by the Sigma chapter of Delta Zeta. The pageant is fully funded through sponsorships from generous local and national businesses. Additionally, through these sponsorships, Delta Zeta is able to donate thousands of dollars every year to their local and national philanthropies.

Sponsorship for the 2018 Miss LSU-USA Pageant has been closed. Be on the lookout in the Fall for updates to sponsor the 2019 Pageant!

Past Titleholders:

Miss LSU-USA 2016, Emilie Hebert,

Emilie was crowned Miss LSU-USA on Sunday April 10, 2016. She is majoring in mass communication with a concentration in public relations. As Miss LSU-USA 2016, Emilie has used her platform to promote mental and physical health and wellness.






Miss LSU-USA 2015, Ashley Barbier

Miss LSU-USA 2015, Ashley Barbier, graduated from LSU with a degree in Psychology.  In her spare time she enjoy working out, long-boarding, painting, and listening to local bands around Baton Rouge. As Miss LSU-USA, she promoted awareness for psychological illnesses.


Miss LSU-USA 2014, Deandra Nicole De Napoli




Miss LSU-USA 2013, Hilary Tuttle

Miss LSU-USA 2012, Elizabeth Connor

Miss LSU-USA 2011, Christina “Fammy” Famularo