Former LSU star Seimone Augustus has elected to end her playing career after 15 seasons, and move on with the Los Angeles Sparks.

A four-time WNBA champion, Augustus will retire and join the Sparks bench as a third assistant coach, the Los Angeles Times reported.

Her 6,005 points rank ninth on the WNBA’s all-time scoring list. Last season, she averaged 5.9 points a game and shot 54.5 percent from 3-point range in 21 regular-season appearances off the bench.

Among her career accolades, Augustus was an eight-time WNBA All-Star, a six-time All-WNBA selection, a four-time WNBA Champion, a three-time Olympic Gold Medalist and a WNBA Finals MVP.

At LSU, Augustus had her jersey (33) retired in 2010. She was the National Player of the Year in 2005 and 2006, and the No. 1 draft pick by the Minnesota Lynx in 2006.

She started a school-record 140 games in her LSU career, and ended her career second at LSU in career points with 2,702. She had 72 20-plus point games in her career. Augustus also scored in double figures in a school record 97 straight games, and scored in double digits in 132 of 140 career games, the most in NCAA history.

The 6-foot-1 star came from Baton Rouge’s Capitol High School, and came to LSU as the Girl’s Basketball National Player of the Year.