2018 men's golf guide - Seminoles.com

2018 men's golf guide - Seminoles.com

2018 men's golf guide - Seminoles.com

PAGE 1 1 2018 MEN’S GOLF GUIDE

2018 men's golf guide - Seminoles.com

PAGE 2 2 2018 MEN’S GOLF GUIDE 2018 Florida State University Men’s Golf Media Guide Table of Contents . . 2 The Summer Run . . 3-6 This is FSU Golf . . 7-10 This is Florida State University . . 11 Seminole Golf Course . . 12 Area Golf Courses . . 13 Noles in the Pros . 14-19 2017-18 Outlook 2017-18 Quick Facts . . 20 2018 Season Outlook . . 21 2018 Roster . 22 Seminoles Around the World . 23 Student-Athletes 2017-18 Seminoles . 24-32 Harry Ellis . 24 Bennett Baker . 25 Corey Carlson . . 26 Jonathan Keppler . . 27 JakeCarter . . 28 JamieLi . . 29 GreysonPorter . . 30 JohnPak . . 31 ParkerReddig . . 32 Coaching Staff Head Coach Trey Jones . . 33-34 Assistant Coach Robert Duck . . 35 Women’s Head Coach Amy Bond . . 36 Director of Operations Jennifer Santiago . . 37 Men’s Golf Support Staff . . 37 University and Athletic Administration . . 38 2016-17 Review 2017 Season in Review . . 39 2016-17 Season Statistics . . 40 2016-17 Tournament Results . . 41 History of the Program Championship History . 42 Coaching History . . 43 All-Americans/Hall of Fame . . 44 All-Time Letterwinners . . 45 Year-By-Year Results . . 46-49 Media Information . . 50 TABLE OF CONTENTS CREDITS The 2018 Florida State Men’s Golf Media Guide is a publication of the FSU Sports Information Office. Written and edited by Steve Stone. Page template designed by Stone, while the cover page and back page is designed by Jordan Simison. Page layout by Stone. Featured photographers: Ryals Lee, Don Juan Moore, Mike Olivella, Ross Obley, Todd Drexler, Tim Cowie, Jeff Romance, Jeff Tuttle, Michael Wade, The PGA, USA Today Sports Images, Linwood Ferguson Captive, Ricky Bassman, Andrew Salinero and Nike Golf.

PAGE 3 3 2018 MEN’S GOLF GUIDE THE SUMMER RUN The Summer of Harry sAnepiccomebackbyFloridaStateredshirtseniorHarryEllisallowedhimtowintheBrit ishAmateurinsuddendeath onJune24,2017.Ellis’match-playwinoverAustralia’sDylanPerryearnedhimexemptio nstothe2017OpenChampion- ship,the2018Mastersandthe2018U.S.Open. sEllisalsocompetedatthe ArnoldPalmerCupforTeamEurope,andtookpartintheWalkerCupheldattheLosAngeles CountryClubonSept.9-10,2017. sThenativeofEnglandsoakedinthespecialopportunitytocompeteatTheOpenChampions hipheldatRoyalBirkdale.

PAGE 4 4 2018 MEN’S GOLF GUIDE THE SUMMER RUN Koepka and Berger Nab Presidents Cup Win sFormerFloridaStategolfteammatesBrooksKoepkaandDanielBergercontributedtothe UnitedStates’winatthe 2017PresidentsCupatLibertyNationalGolfClubinJerseyCity,N.J.,fromSept.28-Oct .1. sBergerfinished2-1inhelpingtheU.S.toa19-11overallwin.Berger’stwowinsinclude danafternoonfour-ballwinwith JustinThomasandasingleswinagainstKimSi-woo. sKoepkaalsofinishedwithtwopointsintheU.S.victory.Hewonbothhisfour-ballmatch eswithDustinJohnsonon FridayandSaturday.

PAGE 5 5 2018 MEN’S GOLF GUIDE THE SUMMER RUN This Was MAJOR sSeminoleAlumBrooksKoepkabrokeintotheprofessionalgolfspotlightbywinningthe2 017U.S.OpenheldatErin Hills. sKoepkashot16-underforwhatistiedforthelowestscoreevervs.parataU.S.Open.Hisi mpressivescoreisonly matchedbyRoryMcIlroy’ssignature16-underperformanceatCongressionalCountryClu binBethesda,Md.,in2011. sThenativeofWestPalmBeachbecomesthefourthSeminoletowinagolfmajorandthefirst sincecurrentanalyst PaulAzingerwonthe1993PGAChampionship.

PAGE 6 6 2018 MEN’S GOLF GUIDE THE SUMMER RUN The Golden Bear with the Golden Plan sJackNicklausandhisson,JackNicklausII,areteaminguptoredesignandrevamptheDon VellerSeminoleGolf Course. sThegoalistoturnthe18-holecourse,firstestablishedin1962,intoavenuethatappea lstobothchampionship eventsandcasualgolfersalike. s“Whatwefoundtodaywasanicegolfcourse,”saidNicklaus,whoworeagarnetFSUcapwith grandsonNickO’Leary’s jerseyNo.35embroideredontheside.“ButIwanttogetabettergolfcourse.”

PAGE 7 7 2018 MEN’S GOLF GUIDE THIS IS FSU GOLF BEYOND THE TIPS Head Coach Trey Jones Continues SiriusXM Radio Show sFloridaStateheadcoachTreyJonesco-hostsanewSiriusXMradioshowcalledBeyondThe Tips.Theshowmadeits debutonNov.2,2016,onSiriusXMPGATOURRadio. sJonesjoinsco-hostJeffCameronfortheone-hourshowthatcoversNCAAgolffromtheper spectiveofoneofthebest coachesonthecollegiatelevel. sJonesandCamerondiscussthecountry’sstandoutcollegeteamsandindividualcompeti torsandsharetheirthoughts onthedevelopmentofplayersthroughhighschoolandcollegeandwhatittakestomakeiti ntheprofessionalranks. sSiriusXMPresidentandChiefContentOfficerScottGreensteinsaid:“Treyisoneofthe foremostcoachesincollegegolf andhisteamsconsistentlysucceedbothathleticallyandacademically.He’sawonderfu lmentortotheyoungpeople whoplayforhimandhebringsaterrificperspectiveonwhatittakestosucceedonthedeve lopmentalandcollegiate levelsofthegameandbeyond. We’reexcitedtohavehimsharethatinsightwithouraudienceeachweek.”

PAGE 8 8 2018 MEN’S GOLF GUIDE THIS IS FSU GOLF RYDING HIGH Brooks Koepka’s Ryder Cup Success sPGATOURgolferandFloridaStateAlumBrooksKoepka wasahugepartoftheUnitedStatesRyderCupTeam’s 17-11victoryoverEuropeonSept.30-Oct.2,2016. sInhisRyderCupdebut,Koepkadominatedthecompeti- tionwitha3-1overallrecord,includinga5&4Sunday singleswinoverMasterschampionDannyWilletttohelp securethevictory. sHisthreepointscollectedfortheUSAtiedhimforthe second-bestontheteam.HealsoteamedwithBrandt Snedekertowinapairoffour-ballandfoursomematches.

PAGE 9 9 2018 MEN’S GOLF GUIDE THIS IS FSU GOLF 5 Florida State’s six consecutive trips to the NCAA Championship is the lon- gest active streak in the ACC and tied for the fifth longest nationally. 11 Ineachofthelast11seasons,FloridaState hasgarneredmultipleall-conferenceselec- tions.Lastseason,CristobalDelSolarand HarryElliswereeachnamedtotheAll-ACC Team. 70 Over the last 6 1/2 years, Florida State has finished in theTop 5 of tourna- ments nearly 70 percent of the time (63 of its last 90 tournaments played). 12 TheSeminoleshavebeenmainstaysinanNCAA Regionalsince2006,earningaNo.4seedatlast year’sNCAASammamishRegional.Thatis12 straightyearsofreachingtheNCAApostseason. 25 Florida State Golf is rich with history. Last season, FSU made its 25th NCAA Championship appearance. Its first trip came in 1956.

577 The 2016-17 Seminoles are coming off a season where they totaled 577 birdies, the second-most in a season in program history. TOP OF ITS GAME

PAGE 10 10 2018 MEN’S GOLF GUIDE THIS IS FSU GOLF LEAVING A LEGACY STARTING THEM YOUNG When it comes to getting as much as you can out of your freshmen, no one has proven to do it better in the ACC than Florida State. In two of the last five seasons, an FSU Men’s Golfer has been named the ACC Freshman of the Year. They include Hank Lebioda (2013) and Jack Maguire (2014). WHEN THE STAKES ARE HIGHEST In four of the last eight seasons, Florida State Men’s Golf has finished in the Top 11 of the NCAA Division I Championship. Included in the high finish are two sea- sons where FSU finished in the Top eight, including the 2010 NCAA Championship where the Seminoles finished third nationally.

KOEPKA EMERGES One of the best young golfers on the PGA Tour, Brooks Koepka accelerated his game while being a two-time ACC Player of the Year at Florida State. In 2010 and 2012, the native of West Palm Beach, Fla., earned top individual honors in the conference. ACC CHAMPIONS Current PGA Tour player Jonas Blixt (right) and former Seminole legend Matt Savage (left) helped Florida State Men’s Golf to an ACC title in 2008. Florida State held off Duke by three strokes, closing the final round with a 280 to finish with an aggregate score of 838 overall. ALL-AMERICA RUN Seminole Men’s Golf has enjoyed a healthy run of All-Americans, especially over the last six seasons which has coincided with the program’s successful stretch. Since 2012, FSU has had at least one All-American in each season, including 2015 PGA Tour Rookie of the Year Daniel Berger (shown in 2013).

PAGE 11 11 2018 MEN’S GOLF GUIDE THIS IS FLORIDA STATE UNIVERSITY Florida State University is an elite, research-intensive, public institution and one of just two preeminent universities in Florida. Located inTallahassee, Florida’s capital city, the university affords students and faculty opportunities for interaction with state and federal agencies for internships, research and part-time employment, as well as numerous social, cultural and recreational activities. BEGINNINGS Florida State was established as the Seminary West of the Suwannee by an act of the Florida Legislature in 1851.The institution first offered instruction at the postsecondary level in 1857 and is the longest continuous site of higher education in Florida. In 1905, the BuckmanAct reorganized higher education in the state and designated theTallahassee school as the Florida Female College. In 1909, it was renamed Florida State College for Women. In 1947, the school returned to coeducational status, and the name was changed to Florida State University. 41,000 & COUNTING In 1946, there were 2,583 students enrolled. In 2016, enrollment stood at 41,867. Of that number, 78 percent were undergraduates, 19 percent were graduate students and 3 percent were unclassified; 81.4 percent were in-state students; 93.6 percent were from the United States; students hailed from all 50 states and the District of Columbia; 18 states contributed 100 or more students each; 18 foreign countries contributed 30 or more students each; 55.5 percent were female and 44.5 percent were male; 31.9 percent were minorities and 5.8 percent were international students.

LAYOFTHE LAND The university’s main campus encompasses 476 acres inTallahassee, Leon County; the Panama City Campus has 25.6 acres in Panama City, Bay County.The university owns a total of 1,650.01 acres in Leon, Bay, Collier, Franklin, Sarasota and Gadsden counties. In addition, sites are leased in various counties in Florida and other locations overseas. WEALTH OF OPPORTUNITY With 16 colleges andThe Graduate School, students may take courses of study leading to a baccalaureate degree in 223 fields in 115 degree programs, to a master’s or advanced master’s degree in 128 degree programs in 283 fields, to a specialist degree in 26 degree programs, to a doctoral degree in 81 degree programs, as well as to a professional degree in three degree programs.The academic divisions are the Colleges ofApplied Studies;Arts and Sciences; Business; Communication and Information; Criminology and CriminalJustice; Education; Engineering; Fine Arts; Human Sciences; Law; Medicine; Motion PictureArts; Music; Nursing; Social Sciences and Public Policy; Social Work; andThe Graduate School. OPERATING BUDGET(2016-2017) $1.6 billion DEGREES AWARDED (2015-2016) Bachelor’s 8,626…Master’s 2,064…Specialist 53…Doctorate 406…Juris Doctorate 190…Medical Doctorate 120…Total 11,459.

PAGE 12 12 2018 MEN’S GOLF GUIDE SEMINOLE GOLF COURSE The Dave Middleton Golf Complex and the Don Veller Seminole Golf Course are home to the PGA Golf Management Program, which is one of only a few programs in the country accredited by the Professional Golfer’s Association of America. A 27,000-square-foot clubhouse, the Dave Middleton Golf Complex boasts private Wi-Fi classrooms, study and teaching labs, an internship library, a fully equipped club repair room, a pro shop, locker rooms and the Ren- egade Grill. The $7 million facility is a two-building complex, which also includes a multi-directional driving range, a video analysis instructional center with hitting bays for inclement weather, chip- ping and putting greens, as well as locker rooms, a team lounge, auditorium and fitness facility.

The golf course was renovated in 2004 with the reconstruction of all 18 greens, complexes, tee boxes and the state-of-the-art TiffEagle Turf was installed on all the putting surfaces. Each year the facility hosts more than 60,000 rounds of golf. The golf course was recently recognized as one of the top 10 golf courses in the country by the National Golf Foundation for customer loyalty and satisfaction. •18 Hole •Public Golf course •Par 73 •7,147 yards •76.2 course rating •129 slope •Built: 1962 / Redesigned 2004 •Architect: Bill Amick •Greens: TifEagle •Fairways: Bermuda •Season: Open All Year

PAGE 13 13 2018 MEN’S GOLF GUIDE AREA GOLF COURSES Southwood Golf Club Tallahassee, Fla. Golden Eagle Country Club Tallahassee, Fla. Killearn Country Club and Inn Tallahassee, Fla. Capital City Country Club Tallahassee, Fla. Camp Creek Golf Club Panama City Beach, Fla. Shark’s Tooth Golf Club Lake Powell, Fla. St. James Bay Golf Resort Carrabelle, Fla.

PAGE 14 14 2018 MEN’S GOLF GUIDE NOLES IN THE PROS BROOKS KOEPKA 2017 Season sBest Finish: 1st (U.S. Open) s2017 Money: $5,612,397 sTop 10 Finishes: 7 sFedEx Cup Finish: 7th sTop 25 Finishes: 13 Career sBest Finish: 1st (2016 Waste Manage- ment Phoenix Open; 2017 U.S. Open) sCareer Money: $14,244,422 sTop 10 Finishes: 25 sHighest Major Finish: 1st (2017 U.S. Open) sTop 25 Finishes: 44

PAGE 15 15 2018 MEN’S GOLF GUIDE NOLES IN THE PROS DANIEL BERGER 2017 Season sBest Finish: 1st (FedEx St.Jude Classic) s2017 Money: $4,287,161 sTop 10 Finishes: 6 sFedEx Cup Finish: 16th sTop 25 Finishes: 10 Career sBest Finish: 1st (2016 FedEx St.Jude Classic; 2017 FedEx St.Jude Classic) sCareer Money: $10,767,097 sTop 10 Finishes: 18 sHighest Major Finish:T10th at 2016 Masters sTop 25 Finishes: 36

PAGE 16 16 2018 MEN’S GOLF GUIDE NOLES IN THE PROS JONAS BLIXT 2017 Season sBest Finish: 1st(ZurichClassicofNewOrleans) s2017 Money: $1,408,288 sTop 10 Finishes: 1 sFedEx Cup Finish: 82nd sTop 25 Finishes: 4 Career sBest Finish: 1st (2012 Frys.com Open; 2013 Greenbrier Classic; 2017 Zurich Classic of New Orleans) sCareer Money: $8,899,987 sTop 10 Finishes: 12 sHighest Major Finish:T2nd at 2014 Masters sTop 25 Finishes: 32

PAGE 17 17 2018 MEN’S GOLF GUIDE NOLES IN THE PROS GEORGE MCNEILL 2017 Season sBest Finish:T50th (Sanderson Farms) s2017 Money: $9,984 sTop 10 Finishes: 0 sFedEx Cup Finish: 239th sTop 25 Finishes: 0 Career sBest Finish: 1st (2007 Frys.com Open; 2012 Puerto Rico Open) sCareer Money: $11,631,772 sTop 10 Finishes: 19 sHighest Major Finish:T62nd at 2012 PGA Championship sTop 25 Finishes: 58

PAGE 18 18 2018 MEN’S GOLF GUIDE NOLES IN THE PROS Nolan Henke- 3 PGA Tour Titles Drew Kittleson Kenny Knox - 3 PGA Tour Victories LEGACY OF FSU GOLF Brian Kamm - 1992 Ben Hogan Panama City Beach Classic Champion Bob Duval - 1999 Emerald Coast Classic The Legacy of Florida State Golf sOneoffiveUniversitiestoboastfourMajorWinnersasAlumni,joiningWakeForest,Geo rgiaTech,HoustonandTexas. sHastotaled64winsonprofessionalgolftours,including53onthePGATourand11ontheC hampionsTour. sHomeofthreeRyderCupparticipants(BrooksKoepka,PaulAzingerandHubertGreen)asw ellasoneRyderCup Captain(Azinger).

sHomeofthe2015PGARookieoftheYearinDanielBergerand2017U.S.OpenchampionBrooks Koepka. sBoastsoneWalkerCupcaptaininDowningGreyaswellasthreeWalkerCupParticipants(G rey,JeremyRobinson,HarryEllis).

PAGE 19 19 2018 MEN’S GOLF GUIDE NOLES IN THE PROS Paul Azinger Starting the PGA Tour in 1982, Paul Azinger had 12 wins including the 1993 PGA Championship. After transferring from Brevard Community College, Azinger completed his collegiate career at Florida State in 1981. While at Florida State, Azinger led the Semi- nole golf team to its then-highest ranking ever and was named the Metro Conference Champion and the Most Valuable Player in 1981. Azinger was named to the FSU Hall of Fame in 1988. The Holyoke, Mass., native was a member of the U.S. Ryder Cup four times (1989, 1991, 1993, 2002) and captain of the 2008 team that won at Valhalla Golf Club in Louis- ville, Ky. Throughout his career Azinger was passionate about playing in the Ryder Cup and his hard work paid off as he and America’s top golfers returned the Ryder Cup to the United States for the first time since 1999.

Azinger got his first win in 1987 as he went on to win the Phoenix Open, Pana- sonic Las Vegas Invitational and Canon Sammy Davis Jr. Greater Hartford Open. In 1992 he won The Tour Championship and followed up with his best year in 1993. He won the coveted PGA Championship along with the Memorial Tournament and New England Clas- sic. After battling cancer, Azinger came back strong by winning the 2000 Sony Open in Hawaii. He spent almost 300 weeks in the top-10 of the Official World Golf Rankings between 1988 and 1994.

Hubert Green Seminole golf legend Hubert Green, who won 23 events professionally, was inducted into the World Golf Hall of Fame in 2007 and was honored at the Induction Cer- emony on Nov. 12, 2007, at the World Golf Village in St. Augustine, Fla. Green came to Florida State in 1965 and served as the captain of the golf team in 1968. He led Florida State to a 10th place finish in the NCAA Championship in 1968 and guided the Seminoles to several impressive dual meet victories over many teams in the Southeastern United States including Florida during his collegiate career. Green was inducted in the Florida State Athletics Hall of Fame in 1977. He graduated from Florida State and turned professional in 1969.

Green is one of the most successful professional golfers in the history of the sport. He won 19 events while playing on the PGA Tour including the U.S. Open Champion- ship in 1977 and the PGA Championship in 1985. He played on the 1977, 1979 and 1985 U.S. Ryder Cup Teams and also won four events on the Champions Tour before retiring in 2009. His most recent championship came in 2002 at the Lightpath Long Island Classic, winning in a playoff over Hale Irwin. Jeff Sluman Born and raised in Rochester, N.Y., Jeff Sluman transferred to Florida State in 1978 and became one of the best golfers on the team until he graduated with a finance degree in 1980. While on the PGA Tour, he won six titles including the 1988 PGA Champi- onship. Named to the 1989 Florida State Hall of Fame Class, his time at Florida State was well spent as he led the team to three tournament wins and the NCAA tournament. Before he arrived in Tallahassee, he won the 1978 New York State Amateur Tour- nament. Playing on the PGA Tour from 1980-2009, he finished in the top ten 105 times. His first tour victory happened to be the 1988 PGA Championship but he did not win another tournament until the 1997 Tucson Chrysler Classic. He followed up with another win at the 1998 Greater Milwaukee Open and the 1999 Sony Open in Hawaii. In 2001 he won the B.C. Open and had his last PGA Victory with the 2002 Greater Milwaukee Open. Sluman still plays professional golf on the Champions Tour, recording eight Top 10 finishes in the 2014 and 2015 seasons. He’s had six wins since 2008 including the 2014 Big Cedar Lodge Legends Tournament, the 2013 Liberty Mutual Insurance Leg- ends of Golf, the 2011 Nature Valley First Tee Open at Pebble Beach, the 2009 and 2008 Walmart First Tee Open at Pebble Beach and the 2008 Bank of America Championship.

PAGE 20 20 2018 MEN’S GOLF GUIDE 2017-18 QUICK FACTS THE FLORIDA STATE UNIVERSITY President John Thrasher Location Tallahassee, Fla. Enrollment 41,867 Founded 1851 Symbol Seminoles Colors Garnet and Gold Conference Atlantic Coast Conference Affiliation NCAA V.P./Director of Athletics Stan Wilcox (Notre Dame ‘81) Assoc. AD/Sport Oversight Bernie Waxman (Florida State ‘71) SPORTS INFORMATION Assistant AD/SID Elliott Finebloom Men’s Golf SID Steve Stone Email sstone@fsu.edu Office Phone 850-644-4836 Cell Phone 850-363-0990 Athletics Website Seminoles.com Twitter @fsugolf Facebook facebook.com/FSUMensGolf Instagram @fsugolf Conference Website theacc.com Conference Twitter @ACCMGolf FSU MEN’S GOLF Head Coach Trey Jones Alma Mater North Alabama ‘91 Year at FSU 15th Season Assistant Coach Robert Duck (7th season) Alma Mater Augusta State ‘01 Facilities Don A. Veller Seminole Golf Course First Year of Golf 1948 2016-17 SEASON IN REVIEW ACC Tournament Finish 4th NCAA Regionals Finish 3rd NCAA Tournament Finish 14th Final Ranking 15th (GolfWeek) 13th(Golfstat) Letterwinners Returned/Lost 7/2 Newcomers 3

PAGE 21 21 2018 MEN’S GOLF GUIDE 2018 SEASON OUTLOOK The 2018 Florida State Men’s Golf season offers plenty of promise for a program that has ranked among the nation’s best in recent years. A strong showing at the 2017 NCAA Championships as well as a productive fall brings about much opti- mism for a program that returns familiar faces but also showcases some young talent. Florida State’s 2018 squad is headlined by lone senior Harry Ellis, who became known not just across the collegiate golf circuit but to much of the world this summer. The Englishman spent his summer winning the British Amateur to gain an automatic exemption to the 2017 Open Championship at Royal Birkdale. Ellis also was selected to play in the Walker Cup and the Arnold Palmer Cup. His amateur title also allows him to play at the 2018 Masters and U.S. Open. Ellis’ turnaround at Florida State has been startling and inspiring. He continued his winnings way this past fall by earning a co-championship at the Marquette Intercollegiate at Erin Hills, the same course that was won by Seminole legend Brooks Koepka at the 2017 U.S. Open. Ellis had a scoring average of 71.00 in the fall and is well on his way to another tremendous year with the Garnet and Gold.

Veterans Bennett Baker and Corey Carlson, both juniors, also return. As a sophomore, Baker cut down his average score vs. par exponentially and looks to keep his game humming this fall. The Tallahassee native will be gunning for a spot on the All-ACC Team as he looks to take the next step in his game. Carlson’s experience is a plus-factor for the Noles as well, with his even-par showing at last year’s NCAA Championships helping FSU reach the fourth day of competition. FSU’s four-member sophomore class that includes Jonathan Keppler, Jake Carter, Greyson Porter and Jamie Li will be counted on heavily. Li, another England native, shined in the fall by recording the third-lowest scoring average on the team at 72.83 (+1). Keppler showed flashes of brillance at the opening Doc Gimmler in the fall, shooting 4-under to tie for third in the tournament. Carter and Porter continue to improve their game as they make hot pursuit of being part of the team’s starting five on a consistent basis.

Freshman John Pak broke out in a big way in the fall, posting three Top-10 finishes and leading FSU with a 70.50 scoring average (-1). Pak proved he was one of the nation’s top freshmen to watch, displaying a game that looks as though it’s already been through the rigors of collegiate golf. Minneapolis native Parker Reddig is eager to show the collegiate golf world what he has in store and will look to get his first action in the spring. FSU’s 15th-year head coach Trey Jones has put together another strong schedule in the spring. The Mobile Sports Author- ity Intercollegiate at South Alabama (Feb. 12-13) begins the year, followed by an earlier-than-usual start to the Seminole Intercollegiate (Feb. 24-25), which will be just two days and is held at Golden Eagle Country Club. The Querencia Cabo Collegiate returns to the schedule once again (March 4-6), and is succeeded by the one-day South- ern Intercollegiate at the University of Georgia (March 12). One of the nation’s best tournaments, the Valspar Collegiate Invitational (March 18-20) is once again on the schedule, followed by the Gary Koch Invitational hosted by Kentucky (April 9-10).

This year’s ACC Championship is back at the Old North State Club in New London, N.C. (April 20-22). NCAA Regionals follow on May 14-16, and the NCAA Championship will be hosted by Oklahoma State at Karsten Creek Golf Club from May 25-30. RETURNING ALL-AMERICAN HARRY ELLIS

PAGE 22 22 2018 MEN’S GOLF GUIDE 2018 ROSTER NAME HT YR HOMETOWN LAST SCHOOL Bennett Baker 6-2 JR Tallahassee, Fla. Chiles High School Corey Carlson 5-7 JR Green Cove Springs, Fla. Clay High School Jake Carter 5-11 SO Aiken, S.C. South Aiken High School Harry Ellis 5-11 R-SR Southampton, England Wildern School Jonathan Keppler 6-0 R-SO Marietta, Ga. Kennesaw Mountain High School Jamie Li 5-11 SO Bath, England Millfield School John Pak 5-10 FR Scotch Plains, N.J. Scotch Plains-Fanwood High School Greyson Porter 5-6 SO Clearwater, Fla. Shorecrest Prep Parker Reddig 6-1 FR Minneapolis, Minn. Shattuck-St. Mary’s COACHING STAFF Head Coach: Trey Jones (15th Season) Assistant Coach: Robert Duck (7th Season) 2017-18 Florida State Men’s and Women’s Golf Teams 2017-18 Florida State Men’s Golf Team

PAGE 23 23 2018 MEN’S GOLF GUIDE SEMINOLES AROUND THE WORLD LOCATION Florida (3): Bennett Baker, Corey Carlson, Greyson Porter England (2): Harry Ellis, Jamie Li Georgia (1): Jonathan Keppler Minnesota (1): Parker Reddig New Jersey (1): John Pak South Carolina (1): Jake Carter Florida (3) Bennett Baker Corey Carlson Greyson Porter England (2) Harry Ellis Jamie Li Terheijden Southampton Clearwater Tallahassee Green Cove Springs Marietta Georgia (1) Jonathan Keppler Bath South Carolina (1) Jake Carter Aiken New Jersey (1) John Pak Scotch Plains Minnesota (1) Parker Reddig Minneapolis

PAGE 24 24 2018 MEN’S GOLF GUIDE HARRY ELLIS 5’11” REDSHIRT SENIOR SOUTHAMPTON, ENGLAND Wildern School BY THE NUMBERS Lowest Round: 65 (Querencia Cabo Collegiate, Spring 2017) LowestTournament Score: 203 (Seminole Intercol- legiate, Spring 2017) Best Finish: T1(Marquette Intercollegiate, Fall 2017) Years Events Rounds Strokes Avg. Low Top 10 2013-14 4 12 886 73.83 67 0 2015-16 1 3 231 77.00 76 0 2016-17 13 39 2,793 71.62 65 3 2017 3 9 639 71.00 66 1 Totals 21 63 4,549 72.21 66 4 Fall2017: •Earnedhisfirstcollegiatetitle,tyingforfirstattheMarquetteIntercollegiateon Oct.3,2017. •Shota3-under213inhischampionshipwin,whichwasplayedatErinHills-thesamesitew hereSeminoleBrooks Koepkawonthe2017U.S.Opentitle.

•Secondontheteaminthefallwitha71.0scoringaverageinthreetournamentsplayed. 2017Offseason: •WontheAmateurChampionshipheldatRoyalSt.George’sGolfClubinEnglandonJune24,2 017. •DeliveredastunningcomebacktodefeatAustralianDylanPerryintheAmateurChampion ship,winningonthesecond sudden-deathholeafterbeing4downwith5holeslefttoplay. •BecamethethirdplayertowinboththeEnglishAmateurandTheAmateur,joiningSirMich aelBonallackandMichael Lunt.Ofthethree,Ellisachievedthedualfeatattheyoungestage. •Earnedexemptionstothe2017OpenChampionship,the2018Mastersandthe2018U.S.Open . •Shot12-over(77-75)atTheOpenChampionshipfromJuly20-21atRoyalBirkdale. •CompetedattheArnoldPalmerCupforTeamEuropeheldatAtlantaAthleticClubfromJune 9-11,2017,winningtheDay 1foursome.

•PlayedattheWalkerCuponSept.9-10atLosAngelesCountryClub,competingwithGB&I. RedshirtJuniorSeason(2016-17): •Tremendousshowingin2016-17,recordingcareerbestsinscoringaverage(71.62),ave ragevs.par(+0.54)androunds played(39). •Generated23roundsatparorlessaswellas12roundsrecordedinthe60s.Heenteredthey earwithsixcareer roundsatparorlessandoneroundinthe60s. •LedtheSeminolesinpar3scoring(3.1)andtotalbirdies(130). •TotaledthreeTop-5finishes,includingasecond-placeshowingattheSeminoleInterc ollegiatewhereheshot 13-under.

•HisotherTop-5showingsweretyingforfifthattheJerryPateIntercollegiate(-2)and alsotyingforfifthinthe WashingtonRegional(-3). •Tremendousshowingin2016-17,recordingcareerbestsinscoringaverage(71.62),ave ragevs.par(+0.54)androunds played(39). •Droppedasix-under65inthethirdroundoftheQuerenciaCaboCollegiateonFeb.28,201 7,tyingCristobalDelSolar forthelowestsingle-roundscoreoftheyear. •Shotsix-underinasingleroundthreetimes,includinginCabo,inthesecondroundofth eSeminoleIntercollegiate (six-under66)andinthesecondroundoftheNCAAChampionship(six-under66).

•Ellis’66recordedinthesecondroundoftheNCAAChampionshipatRichHarvestFarmsist helowestroundvs.par recordedbyaSeminoleinanNCAAFinal. •His39roundsatparorlessisthesecond-mostinaseasonatFSU,trailingonlyHankLebio da’s40roundsin2014-15. •92.3percentofhisscorescounted(36total),thethird-mostinFSUhistory. RedshirtSophomoreSeason(2015-16): •Competedinfourtournamentswithanaveragescoreof75.58. •TopperformanceoftheyearcameattheSeminoleIntercollegiate,wherehetiedfor22nd witha1-under215(71-72-72). •Hisfirst-round71(-1)atSouthwoodGolfClubattheSeminoleIntercollegiatemarkedh islowestroundoftheyear. •PlayedintheDICK’sSportingGoodsCollegiateCup(Sept.25-27),QuerenciaCaboColle giate(Feb.28-March1)andthe ValsparCollegiate(March21-22)inadditiontotheSeminoleIntercollegiate(March11 -12). 2017 PING Honorable Mention All-American 2017 Division I PING All-Southeast Region Team 2017 All-ACC Team 2017 All-ACC Academic Team Three-time ACC Academic Honor Roll Freshman Season (2013-14): • Started school inJanuary 2014 and played in four tournaments to start his Seminole career, post- ing a 73.83 stroke average.

• Turned in his best round at the Seminole Intercollegiate with a 5-under 67, which was also tied for the lowest round of the tournament. •Tied for 16th with a 2-over 218 at the Seminole Intercollegiate for his best finish. •Tied for 20th at the Gator Invitational in his first collegiate tournament with a 10-over 220. Before Florida State: •Attended Wildern School. •Youngest English amateur champion in 2012 at the age of 16. • Member of the Men’s Homes InternationalsTeam in 2012. • Member of the European Boys and Boys Home International team in 2013. • Member ofTeam Great Britain golf team for the 2013AustralianYouth Olympics. • Great Britain and IrelandJacque Leglise team member in 2012. •Two-time county junior champion in 2009 and 2013. • Runner-up of the French Boys International Championship. All About Me: • Born: September 10, 1995. • Parents: Murray andTracey Ellis. • Major: Sport Management. • How did you first start getting into golf?At 18-months old I picked up a club at a family friends’ party, plus all the family played golf.

• What would you say is your greatest golf moment so far? Winning the BritishAmateur (in 2017); the feeling of having a 4/5 ft. putt to win on the 38th. • Who is your favorite professional golfer?Tiger Woods. Grew up in an era whenTiger was at his prime and it definitely had some effect on me to get out there and work for it. • My favorite club in my bag is: Love my whole bag but someone has to try and take the driver out of my hands from time to time. • I chose to play for Florida State Men’s Golf because: it was “love at first sight.” On my visit I saw a team and coaches and environment that could provide an opportunity for my golf game to grow. • What is the best advice you have ever received?Take ownership of your game. • What music are you currently listening to? I listen to everything. No specific genres. • What shows are you currently watching? Billions, Ballers, and Deadliest Catch. • Outside of golf, what are some of your passions in life? Strong follower of soccer and sports in general.

• What is the single greatest lesson golf has taught you? It’s like life. Some days are great and some can be rough, but you just need to keep looking forward and enjoy it. • What are the top three things on your bucket list? 1. Play in the Masters (qualified for the 2018 Masters). 2. Fly a plane. 3. Own a bucket list. • If you could be any superhero, which one would you be? Batman because the outfit looks the best. • What’s the hardest thing you’ve had to overcome in your life? Losing my mom to breast cancer three weeks before starting my journey at FSU.

• What makes Florida State University a great place?Abig family community that has a great passion for sport and are proud to be Seminoles.

PAGE 25 25 2018 MEN’S GOLF GUIDE BENNETT BAKER 6’2” JUNIOR TALLAHASSEE, FLA. Chiles High School BY THE NUMBERS Lowest Round: 66 (Olympia Fields, Fall 2015) LowestTournament Score: 211 (Fighting Illini Invitational, Fall 2015; Cabarrus County Irish Creek Intercollegiate, Spring 2017) Best Finish: T8(ACCChampionship,Spring2017) Years Events Rounds Strokes Avg. Low Top 10 2015-16 4 12 889 74.08 66 1 2016-17 7 21 1,537 73.19 68 2 2017 3 9 662 73.56 68 1 Totals 14 42 3,088 73.52 66 4 Fall 2017: • Carded an even-par 210 and tied for 10th atThe Doc Gimmer, which FSU won on Sept. 10, 2017, at Bethpage Red in Farmingdale, N.Y.

Sophomore Season (2016-17): • Showed great improvement in second year, shooting 73.19 in seven events. • Shot +1.48 vs. par, cutting down his average dramatically from his freshman year. • Recorded twoTop-10 finishes, tying for eighth at theACC Championship (2-under 214) and tying for 10th at the Cabarrus County Irish Creek Intercollegiate (-2 211). • His three-round score of 211 at the Cabarrus County Irish Creek Intercollegiate tied his career low, matching the 211 he shot in his debut at the 2015 Fighting Illini Invitational. • Finished at par or better in nearly half of his 21 rounds played (nine rounds). • His low rounds of the year including a pair of 4-under 68s in the first round of the Semi- nole Intercollegiate and the second round of the Southern Intercollegiate. • Recorded four eagles on the year, tying for the seventh-most in a season in FSU Golf history.

• Led the Seminoles with a 4.59 average on par-5 holes, the second-best in a year in school history while ranking 26th nationally. Freshman Season (2015-16): • Played in four tournaments as a freshman, shooting a 74.08 in 12 rounds overall. • Showed glimpses of his potential in the Fall 2015, shooting a 66 in his collegiate debut at the Olympia Fields Invitational. •Tied for ninth at the Olympia Fields Invitational, finishing with a 1-over 211. • Played six rounds in the fall and had a scoring average of 73.17. •Tied for 41st at the Seminole Intercollegiate, including a 2-under 70 in the second round. Before Florida State: • Played golf locally at Chiles High School. • Named theTallahassee Democrat’sAll-Big Bend Player of theYear in 2013 and 2014. •Three-timeTallahassee DemocratAll-Big Bend FirstTeam selection. • Won theAJGAJunior Steelwood in 2013 after shooting a 202 (71-65-66). • Winner of the FloridaJuniorTour at Southwood Country Club in 2015 with a two-day score of 138 (72-66).

• Posted fourTop 15 finishes in Florida State GolfAssociation tournaments in 2013, includ- ing a fifth-place finish at Pensacola Country Club with a score of 148. • Placed third at Brooksville Country Club in 2014 with a 144 (72-72) over two days. • Second place at the 2014AJGATaylor-MadeAdidas GolfJunior at Innisbrook (217 – 72-74- 71). • Shot a 281 (67-72-70-72) and placed 14th at the SoutheasternAmateur in Columbus, Ga. 2016 ACC Honor Roll All About Me: • Born: November 1, 1996. • Parents: John and Leslie Baker. • Major: Finance.

• How did you first start getting into golf? My dad. • What would you say is your greatest golf moment so far? Holing out at NCAARegion- als. • Who is your favorite professional golfer? Tiger Woods because he got me loving the game as a kid. • My favorite club in my bag is: My putter because it looks good. • I chose to play for Florida State Men’s Golf because: It had been my dream growing up. • What is something many people don’t know about you? I’m good at video games. • What is the best advice you have ever received? Stay patient in a tournament, espe- cially if you’re in contention. If the person you are playing birdies the first three holes, so what.Yours are coming.

• What music are you currently listening to? Everything. • What shows are you currently watching? Breaking Bad and Entourage. • What’s your favorite movie? John Wick. • Outside of golf, what are some of your passions in life? Family and friends. • What is the single greatest lesson golf has taught you?To be respectful and have good personal skills. • What are the top three things on your bucket list? 1. Skydiving. 2. Buy a boat. 3.Travel. • If you could be any superhero, which one would you be? Bane because of his goatee. • What makes Florida State University a great place? The tradition and things available to us to get better.

PAGE 26 26 2018 MEN’S GOLF GUIDE COREY CARLSON 5’7” JUNIOR GREEN COVE SPRINGS, FLA. Clay High School BY THE NUMBERS Lowest Round: 68 (Southern Intercollegiate, Spring 2017). LowestTournament Score: 210 (Seminole Intercol- legiate, Spring 2017). Best Finish: T3(SouthernIntercollegiate,Spring2017) Years Events Rounds Strokes Avg. Low Top 10 2015-16 6 18 1310 72.78 69 1 2016-17 10 30 2,225 74.17 68 1 Totals 16 48 3,535 73.65 68 2 Sophomore Season (2016-17): • Played in 10 tournaments, shooting 74.17 while garnering oneTop-5 finish. •Tied for third at the Southern Intercollegiate, shooting a two-round score of 5-under 139.

• Set career low vs. par with a 4-under 68 in the second round of the Southern Intercollegiate on March 13, 2017. • Had a strong two-week stretch where he tied for 14th at the Seminole Intercol- legiate (6-under 210) followed by his Southern Intercollegiate showing. •Aided the Seminoles greatly in the NCAAChampionship, helping FSU reach the fourth round of stroke play after shooting even through the first three rounds (71-73-72). •Tied teammate Bennett Baker for the team lead with four eagles. •Totaled 10 rounds at par or better.

• Had a productive first year at FSU. Freshman Season (2015-16): • Had a productive first year at FSU, finishing with a 72.78 average score in 18 rounds. • Finished in theTop 25 in three of his six events played, highlighted by a tied-for- seventh finish at the Seminole Intercollegiate on March 11-12, 2016. • Shot a career-low 69 (3-under) in the third round of the Seminole Intercollegiate, finishing 4-under (71-72-69) overall. •Tied for 21st at the NCAAKohler Regional on May 16-18, shooting an even-par 216 (73-72-71) to help FSU advance to its fifth straight NCAAChampionship. •Tied for 25th at theACC Men’s Golf Championship (2-over), including a first-round 71 onApril 22.

• Displayed consistent golf in all 18 rounds played, shooting above a 75 in just one round. • Made his collegiate debut at theJerry Pate Intercollegiate in the fall 2015 (Oct. 5-6), shooting a 9-over 219 and finishing in 41st. Before Florida State: • Played at the amateur level at Clay High. • Won the 2015 FloridaAzaleaTournament in Palatka, Fla., with a 199 (68-68-63). • Subsequently earnedJunior Boys Player of the Week honors. • Won theAmericanJunior GolfAssociation with a 2-over par 215 at theTaylormade AdidasJuniorAll-Star in Braselton, Ga.

All About Me: • Born: October 6, 1995. • Parents: David and Lisa Carlson. • Major: Social Science. • How did you first start getting into golf? Because of my grandfather. • What would you say is your greatest golf moment so far? Playing in two NCAA championships. • Who is your favorite professional golfer? DJ (DustinJohnson) because he handles himself very well. • My favorite club in my bag is: My irons. • I chose to play for Florida State Men’s Golf because: Great coaches and program to be a part of.

• What music are you currently listening to? Everything. • What shows are you currently watching? Blacklist. • What’s your favorite movie?The Hangover. • Outside of golf, what are some of your passions in life? Working out and family. • What is the single greatest lesson golf has taught you?To respect people. • What are the top three things on your bucket list? 1.Travel the world. 2. Go skydiving. 3. MeetTiger Woods. • If you could be any superhero, which one would you be? Batman. • What makes Florida State University a great place? It’s the greatest college golf program.

PAGE 27 27 2018 MEN’S GOLF GUIDE JONATHAN KEPPLER 6’0” REDSHIRT SOPHOMORE MARIETTA, GA. Kennesaw Mountain High School BY THE NUMBERS Lowest Round: 66 (The Doc Gimmler, Fall 2017). LowestTournament Score: 216 (The Doc Gimmler, Fall 2017). Best Finish: T3(The Doc Gimmler, Fall 2017). Years Events Rounds Strokes Avg. Low Top 10 2016-17 10 29 2,139 73.76 68 2 2017 4 12 888 74.00 66 1 Totals 14 41 3,027 73.83 66 3 Fall 2017: • Posted a 74.00 scoring average in four tournaments played. • Highlighted his fall by tying for third atThe Doc Gimmler, posting a 4-under 206.

Redshirt Freshman Season (2016-17): • Played in 29 rounds and 10 tournaments, producing a stroke average of 73.76 and shooting +2.69 vs. par. • Eight of his 29 rounds played were at par or less, while three of his rounds were shot in the 60s. • Had twoTop-10 finishes, placing seventh at the year-opening Rod Myers Invitational (-3) and tying for eighth at the Seminole Intercollegiate (-8). • His best round of the year was a 4-under 68 in the second round of the Rod Myers Invitational held at Duke University Golf Club on Sept. 10, 2016. Freshman Season (2015-16): • Did not compete in first year. Before Florida State: •Three-time regional champion from his freshman to junior seasons. • Earned an individual state championship as a freshman while also being named all-state and all-county.

• Has threeTop 10 finishes in amateur tournaments, highlighted by a fifth- place finish at the Carolinas/GeorgiaJunior where he shot a two-day score of 146 (68-78) in 2013. All About Me: • Born: September 20, 1996. • Parents: Karen and Stephen Keppler (father was anAll-American golfer at FSU in 1982). • Major: Sport Management. • How did you first start getting into golf? My dad introduced me to the game. • What would you say is your greatest golf moment so far? Playing for FSU last year.

• Who is your favorite professional golfer? Tiger Woods. He would make any tournament interesting and out-worked everyone. • My favorite club in my bag is: Wedges.They are your scoring clubs. • I chose to play for Florida State Men’s Golf because: It has been a lifelong dream of mine. • What is something many people don’t know about you? I love Crystal Palace F.C. • What is the best advice you have ever received? Not everything will go your way. It’s the way you react to everything thrown at you. • What music are you currently listening to? Country. • What shows are you currently watching? Prison Break. • What’s your favorite movie? Remember theTitans. • Outside of golf, what are some of your passions in life? Hanging with friends and fishing.

• What is the single greatest lesson golf has taught you? Things could be worse in life. I am playing golf. • What are the top three things on your bucket list? 1. PlayAugusta National. 2.Travel Europe. 3. MeetTiger Woods. • If you could be any superhero, who would you be and why? Flash. So I could run fast and go anywhere. • What makes Florida State University a great place? Everyone is family here.

PAGE 28 28 2018 MEN’S GOLF GUIDE JAKE CARTER 5’11” SOPHOMORE AIKEN, S.C. South Aiken High School BY THE NUMBERS LowestRound:70(SeminoleIntercollegiate,Spring2017; QuerenciaCaboCollegiate,Spring2017;GolfClubofGeorgia Collegiate,Fall2017). LowestTournamentScore:218(TheDocGimmler,Fall2017). BestFinish:T37(TheDocGimmler,Fall2017). Years Events Rounds Strokes Avg. Low Top 10 2016-17 3 9 673 74.78 70 0 2017 3 9 675 75.00 70 0 Totals 6 18 1,348 74.89 70 0 Fall 2017: • Played in three events, tying for 37th at the season-opening Doc Gimmler with an 8-over 218.

Freshman Season (2016-17): • Competed in three tournaments, finishing with a 74.78 stroke average. • Played in theJerry Pate Intercollegiate (+18), Querencia Cabo Collegiate (+9) and the Seminole Intercollegiate (+7). • Low round of the year was a 2-under 70 in the first round of the Seminole Intercollegiate on March 10, 2017. Before Florida State: • Enjoyed a highly accomplished career at SouthAiken High School. • Recorded back-to-back Southern Cross championships in 2015 and 2016 at his home course at the Palmetto Golf Club.

• Put together a tremendous senior season which included winning Region5-AAAAas well as Lower State. •Two-time all-state selection in high school who won his regional title twice and a Lower State title four times. •Also won two state championships. • Committed to play for Florida State as a rising junior in the summer 2014. Top-50 amateur golfer according to Golfweek. • Won twoAmericaJunior GolfAssociation events, finishing first at St. Francisville, La., in 2015 and winning theJuniorAll-Star Event at Eagle Ridge in 2012.

•Also had fiveTop-5 finishes and eightTop 10s inAJGAevents. • Honor Roll member all four years of high school. All About Me: Parents: Brian and Nancy Carter. Major: Business Management. How did you first start getting into golf? Because of my dad when I was a little kid. What would you say is your greatest golf moment so far? When I shot 64 the last round of the Southern Cross and came back and won. Who is your favorite professional golfer? Kevin Kisner. I’ve known him since I was little. My favorite club in my bag is: Putter because I play well with it. I chose to play for Florida State Men’s Golf because: I liked the coaches and the school.

What is something many people don’t know about you? I just started learning to play the guitar. What is the best advice you have ever received? Stick to the process. What music are you currently listening to? Country. What shows are you currently watching? Last Man Standing andThe Ranch. What’s your favorite movie?American Sniper. Outside of golf, what are some of your passions in life? Hunting and fishing. What is the single greatest lesson golf has taught you?To be humble. What are the top three things on your bucket list? 1. Go out west on a big hunting trip. If you could be any superhero, which one would you be? Superman because I could fly and would be super strong. What makes Florida State University a great place? The faculty and staff that help us every day.

2017 ACC Academic Honor Roll.

PAGE 29 29 2018 MEN’S GOLF GUIDE JAMIE LI 5’10” SOPHOMORE BATH, ENGLAND Millfield School BY THE NUMBERS LowestRound:69(SeminoleIntercollegiate,Spring 2017). LowestTournamentScore:216(GolfClubofGeorgia Collegiate,Fall2017). BestFinish:T16(GolfClubofGeorgiaCollegiate,Fall Years Events Rounds Strokes Avg. Low Top 10 2016-17 4 11 816 74.18 69 0 2017 2 6 437 72.83 71 0 Totals 6 17 1,253 73.71 69 0 Fall 2017: • Finished third on the team with a 72.83 scoring average in two events. •Tied for 16th at the Marquette Intercollegiate at Erin Hills, shoot 5-over (221) on a difficult course.

Freshman Season (2016-17): • Participated in four tournaments, producing a 74.18 shooting average and +3 vs. par. •Tied for 18th at the Southern Intercollegiate, shooting even-par (73-71) on March 13, 2017. • Shot 1-over (71-69-77) at the Seminole Intercollegiate, tying for 34th. • Lowest round of the year included a 3-under 69 in the second round of the Seminole Intercollegiate. Before Florida State: •Joins new teammate Harry Ellis as FSU’s two natives of England. • Won the 2015 DailyTelegraphJunior Championship after shooting a 5-under 211.

• Showed resilience down the stretch of that tournament to win by one stroke. •Also competed multiple times on the England U18Team in both the European Championships and the InternationalTournament. • Consistently shows excellent ball-striking abilities. All About Me: • Parents: Ray and Maria Li. • Major: InternationalAffairs. • How did you first start getting into golf? I started when my dad would hit balls in our garden. • What would you say is your greatest golf moment so far? Being able to play the Pro-Am at Wentworth PGA.

• Who is your favorite professional golfer? Rory McIlroy because of his swing. • My favorite club in my bag is: 46 degree wedge because I like hitting lots of different types of shots with it. • I chose to play for Florida State Men’s Golf because: To represent a great school and program, and to play with great players every day. • What is something many people don’t know about you? I have a strong interest in fashion. • What is the best advice you have ever received? Stick to the process. • What music are you currently listening to? Bladee. • What shows are you currently watching? Sailor Moon. • What’s your favorite movie? Zero DarkThirty. • Outside of golf, what are some of your passions in life? Watching and playing soccer.

• What is the single greatest lesson golf has taught you? Never give up on anything. • What are the top three things on your bucket list? 1.Travel the world. 2. Play in the Master’s. • What’s the hardest thing you’ve had to overcome in your life? Moving to the U.S. from England. • What makes Florida State University a great place?The entire network of people.

PAGE 30 30 2018 MEN’S GOLF GUIDE GREYSON PORTER 5’6” SOPHOMORE CLEARWATER, FLA. Shorecrest Prep BY THE NUMBERS LowestRound:69(SeaBestInvitational,Spring2017; TheDocGimmer,Fall2017). LowestTournamentScore:216(TheDocGimmer,Fall 2017). BestFinish:T31(TheDocGimmer,Fall2017). Years Events Rounds Strokes Avg. Low Top 10 2016-17 3 9 677 75.22 69 0 2017 2 6 452 75.33 69 0 Totals 5 15 1,129 75.27 69 0 Fall 2017: • Played in two fall events, tying for 31st with a 6-over 216 atThe Doc Gimmler. Freshman Season (2016-17): • Played in three tournaments, including the Sea Best Invitational, Querencia Cabo Collegiate and Seminole Intercollegiate.

Before Florida State: • Solid prospect out of Shorecrest Prep in Clearwater, Fla. • Emerged victorious on the famousTPC Swagrass course in PonteVedra, Fla., winning the FloridaJuniorTour title. • Was recruited by head coachTreyJones when he was 14 years old. • Finished second in the state championship as a senior. • Named Bright House Sports Network’sAthlete of the Week in Nov. 2015 after claiming second place at the Class 1Astate tournament. • First place in FloridaJuniorTour event at Southwood. •Also finished second in competitive tournaments such as the Doral Publix Junior Classic and the 2012 state boys championship.

•Tampa BayTimes Player of theYear as a senior. •Three-timeTampa BayTimes FirstTeam player. •Three-time team MVP. • Dean’s List and honor roll student in high school. All About Me: • Parents: Greg andTina Porter. • Major: Finance • How did you first start getting into golf? When I was young my dad intro- duced me to the game, and over the years of being accustomed to the game I realized how personal the game is. It’s such an individual sport. • What would you say is your greatest golf moment so far? Winning a four- man playoff atTPC Sawgrass. Mainly because it gave me a lot of confidence. • Who is your favorite professional golfer? Rory McIlroy because I love how he has power and precision in his golf game. I think he has a lot of class off the course as well.

• My favorite club in my bag is: Putter because it is called the great equal- izer and I totally agree with that. High confidence in putting leads to more confidence in every club in your bag. • I chose to play for Florida State Men’s Golf because: I love the atmo- sphere here along with the facilities we have access to.The competition I compete against on a daily basis is a big advantage. • What is something many people don’t know about you? I like to dance and wakeboard. • What is the best advice you have ever received?To never give up and always try your hardest. I truly take pride in this. • What music are you currently listening to? Chill House and EDM mainly. Mostly every genre though.

• What shows are you currently watching? Blacklist. • What’s your favorite movie? Pursuit of Happyness. • Outside of golf, what are some of your passions in life? Hanging out with friends and exploring the outdoors. • What is the single greatest lesson golf has taught you? How to be a gentleman and respect what other people are doing. I’ve learned from golf that there are different ways to do different things. • What are the top three things on your bucket list? 1.Travel around Europe.

2. Cage diving with Great White Sharks. 3.Take my parents on a trip out of the country – full expenses paid. • If you could be any superhero, which one would you be? Superman because he is the strongest, fastest and smartest. • What makes Florida State University a great place? The culture at the school is great because everybody I’ve seen to meet is very personable and loves the school.There is a lot of optimism here.

PAGE 31 31 2018 MEN’S GOLF GUIDE JOHN PAK 5’10” FRESHMAN SCOTCH PLAINS, N.J. Scotch Plains-Fanwood BY THE NUMBERS LowestRound:65(TheDocGimmer,Fall2017). LowestTournamentScore:201(TheDocGimmer,Fall 2017). BestFinish:2(TheDocGimmer,Fall2017). Years Events Rounds Strokes Avg. Low Top 10 2017 4 12 846 70.50 65 3 Totals 4 12 846 70.50 65 3 Fall 2017: • Emerged as one of the top freshman golfers in the country in the fall 2017, leading FSU with a 70.50 scoring average. • Recorded threeTop 10 finishes, including a second-place finish at the season-opening Doc Gimmler where he shot a 9-under 201. •Tied for seventh at the Golf Club of Georgia Collegiate, shooting a 6-under 210.

• Finished eighth at the competitive OFCC/Fighting Illini Invitational, shooting a 2-under 208. • His first six rounds played as a Seminole were all under par (every round played in the Doc Gimmler and the OFCC/Fighting Illini Invitational). Before Florida State: • Ranked seventh in the 2017 signing class and 15th among all junior golfers according to Golfweek. • Named a RolexJunior FirstTeamAll-American by theAmericanJunior Golf Association, earning recognition as one of the world’s best junior golfers. Top 100 WAGR ranking.

• Second-place finish at theTerra Cotta Invitational on May 7, 2017 (73-72-71). Finished fifth at the 2017 Polo GolfJunior Classic. • His 2015-16 season includes a second-place finish at the RolexTournament of Champions in Greensboro, Ga., carding a 1-under 279. • Has earnedTop 10 finishes in other national events as well, tying for third at the 2016 U.S.JuniorAmateur Championship and tying for seventh at the 2016 CB&I / Simplify Boys Championship. • Competed at one of junior golf’s most prestigious tournaments in theJunior Invitational at SageValley Golf Club in Graniteville, S.C.

•Tied for fifth at the 2015 Polo GolfJunior Classic. • Named a RolexJunior Honorable MentionAll-American in 2015. All About Me: Parents: Kwang and Michelle Pak. Major: Exploratory. How did you first start getting into golf? My brother played in high school and I tagged along. What would you say is your greatest golf moment so far? Shooting 63 at the WesternAmateur. Who is your favorite professional golfer?Jason Day because he was very influential. My favorite club in my bag is: 8 Iron. I use it on all of my drills. I chose to play for Florida State Men’s Golf because: I believe I can get better here.

What is something many people don’t know about you? I was home- schooled my last three years of high school. What is the best advice you have ever received? No pain, no gain. What music are you currently listening to? Pop. What shows are you currently watching? Blacklist. What’s your favorite movie? Deadpool. What is the single greatest lesson golf has taught you? Getting mad doesn’t get you anywhere. What are the top three things on your bucket list? 1. Play in the Majors. 2. Play PineValley. If you could be any superhero, which one would you be? Batman because he is a genius and is super rich.

What’s the hardest thing you’ve had to overcome in your life? Moving to Orlando away from my family. What makes Florida State University a great place?The support you get is incredible.

PAGE 32 32 2018 MEN’S GOLF GUIDE PARKER REDDIG 6’1” FRESHMAN MINNEAPOLIS, MINN. Shattuck-St. Mary’s Fall 2017: • Did not compete. Before Florida State: • Earned victories in 2015 atThe Deere RunJunior Classic and FCWTat Whistling Straits. • Put together eightTop-5 finishes in 2015, reflective of his ability and versatility on the course. • Had success on the Mid-AmericanJunior GolfTour. • Chose Florida State overAuburn, Minnesota, Illinois and Wake Forest. •Told Golfweek, “Everything at FSU from the academic and athletic support structure to the team chemistry was exactly what I have been looking for. I knew the first day I was on campus that it was the place for me.” • No. 97 player in the Golfweek/SagarinJunior Rankings and No. 25 among the class of 2017.

All About Me: Parents:Alison and Michael Reddig. Major: Exploratory. How did you first start getting into golf? My parents said the Golf Channel would help calm me down as an infant. I’ve played ever since I could walk. What would you say is your greatest golf moment so far? Playing in the FirstTee Open. Who is your favorite professional golfer?Tiger – inspiration to the new generation of the game. My favorite club in my bag is: 58 degree wedge.Always can rely on it to save me from trouble. I chose to play for Florida State Men’s Golf because: I am positive everything this opportunity has to offer will help me become a better player.

What is something many people don’t know about you? Hardcore gamer. What is the best advice you have ever received? Be yourself and don’t change who you are. What music are you currently listening to? Everything. What shows are you currently watching? StrangerThings. What’s your favorite movie? Inception and Greatest Game Ever Played. Outside of golf, what are some of your passions in life? Other sports and video games. What is the single greatest lesson golf has taught you? Persever- ance is key.

What are the top three things on your bucket list? 1. Golf onTVwith Dad on bag. 2. Play St.Andrews. 3.Attend a championship sports game. If you could be any superhero, which one would you be?The Flash because running that fast would be exhilarating. What makes Florida State University a great place? To me, it feels more like a home than a school.

PAGE 33 33 2018 MEN’S GOLF GUIDE •Two-timeACCCoachoftheYear(2008,2015) •SixstraightNCAAChampionshipFinalsappearances(longestactive streakinACC) •21tournamentwins(mostinschoolhistory) •10All-Americansand22All-Americahonorsinhistenure Topnationalfinishes,All-Americans,professionalsuccessandacademic achievementhavebecomesynonymouswiththeFloridaStatemen’sgolf programunderTreyJones.Nowinhis15thseasonastheheadmen’s coachandDirectorofGolffortheSeminoles’men’sandwomen’sgolfpro- grams,JoneshasliftedthesportofgolfatFloridaStatetonewheights. Underhisdirection,thereisnolimitonhowhightheSeminoleprograms willgo.FloridaStateGolfwillremaininexcellenthandsintheforesee- ablefuture,asDirectorofAthleticsStanWilcoxannouncedonJune5, 2015,thatheextendedJones’contractthroughthe2020season. “TreyhasdoneanoutstandingjobandIampleasedthathehascom- mittedtoFSU’slong-termsuccess,”saidWilcox.“Weareconsistently competingattheveryhighestlevelandourprogram,whichhashad greatpastsuccess,isarguablyatitsstrongestever.Welookforwardto continuedsuccessunderTrey’soutstandingleadership.” Jonesisresponsibleforattractingnationallyrankedrecruitingclasses, upgradingtheSeminoles’scheduletowhereitisrankedamongthe nation’stoughestonanannualbasisandcreatingoneofthemost functionalplayerdevelopmentfacilitiesinallofcollegegolfononeof theSeminoles’fivehomegolfcourses.Jonescontinuesannuallytobuild ontheSeminoles’successindevelopingthenation’stoptalentinto nationalcontendersandcollegiategolf’seliteplayers. HislatestventureinascendingtheFloridaStateMen’sGolfprogram comeswiththehelpofalegend.Jones,alongwithotherkeyFSU personnel,isworkingwith legendarygolferJackNicklausandhisson (JackNicklausII)tobuildtheDonVellerSeminoleGolfCourseintoa championship-levelvenue.

Jonesoversawanothersolidseasonin2016-17,asFSUfinished14thin theNCAAFinalsandreachedfourdaysofcompetitionatRichHarvest Farms.RedshirtseniorCristobalDelSolarandredshirtjuniorHarryEllis recordedAll-AmericahonorswhilealsobeingnamedtotheAll-ACCTeam. Ellis’turnaroundhasbeenoneofthehighlightsofJones’career,asthe Englandnativerecordedcareerbestsinscoringaverage(71.62),average vs.par(+0.54)androundsplayed(39).ElliswouldgoontowintheBritish Amateurandparticipateinthe2017OpenChampionship(+12).Healso hasexemptionstothe2018Mastersand2018U.S.Openasanamateur. FSU’stwoAll-ACCselectionsin2017makesit10straightyearsthe Seminoleshavegarneredmultipleall-conferenceselections.Theirsixth consecutivetriptotheNCAAFinalsisthelongestactivestreakintheACC andtiedforthefifth-longestnationally.

Headingintothe2018season,FSUhasfinishedintheTopfivein61ofits last87tournamentsplayed,equatingtoanimpressive70.1percent. Thetop-notchheadcoachhelpedFSUMen’sGolfachievemoremilestones in2016.Forthefifthconsecutiveyear,theSeminolesmadetheNCAA Tournament.SeniorHankLebiodabecamethethirdSeminoletowin ACCPlayeroftheYearhonors,whileredshirtjuniorCristobalDelSolar’s careeryearputhimontheAll-ACCTeamandPINGSoutheastAll-Region TeamalongsideLebioda.SeniorleaderLebiodawasalsoaPINGAll- American. JonesguidedFloridaStatetoitsmostsuccessfulseasoninprogramhis- toryin2015,earningACCCoachoftheYearhonorsforthesecondtime. FSUwasrankedNo.1intheGolfCoachesAssociationofAmericaPollfor mostoftheseasonandenteredtheNCAATournamentastheNo.1overall seedforthefirsttimeever.TheNolessetaschoolrecordwithsixtourna- mentvictoriesandestablishedthreeAll-AmericansinJackMaguire(First Team),HankLebioda(SecondTeam)andRowinCaron(ThirdTeam)–the mostinasingleyear.

Namedthe2008AtlanticCoastConferenceCoachoftheYearasheled theSeminolestothefirstconferencechampionshipinthesportofgolf inschoolhistory,Jonesisnostrangertocompetingwiththenation’s bestinoneofthetopconferencesforcollegegolf. Buildingchampionshipteamsandelevatingthoseteamsontothe nationalstageisnothingnewtoJones,whohasearnedfiveconference coachoftheyearawardsandled16ofhis21teamsattheDivisionI leveltotheNCAAChampionshiptournament.Histeamsconsistently holdprominentplacesinthenationalrankings,areadeptatwinning conferencechampionshipsandareannuallyamongthetopproducersof All-Americanandall-conferenceperformers.

Joneshasbecomeoneofthewinningestcoachesinschoolhistoryinhis first14yearsinFloridaState.Heistheonlycoachinschoolhistoryto leadtheSeminolesto12NCAATournamentappearances(noothercoach hasledFloridaStatetomorethanfiveappearances)andheisranked firstinschoolhistorywith21tournamentchampionships(secondisnine byDonVeller). 2015NCAACHAMPIONSHIP Aprominentseasonwascappedbyan11th-placefinishattheNCAA ChampionshipFinals,astheSeminolesfelljustshortofreachingthetop eightbythefinalround.Individually,JackMaguirefinished22ndoverall whileDelSolarendedat35th.Maguirewouldearnfirst-teamAll-America honorsfromGolfweekandsecond-teamhonorsfromtheGCAA,while Lebiodaearnedsecond-teamAll-Americahonorsfrombothorganizations. RowinCaronhighlightedhisjuniorseasonasathird-teamGolfweekAll- AmericanwhilegettinghonorablementionaccoladesfromtheGCAA.FSU enjoyedadominantstretchofwinningfourconsecutivetournaments, andalsowonfourtournamentsbycomingfrombehindonthefinalday. 2014NCAACHAMPIONSHIP FloridaStateonceagainreturnedtotheNCAAChampionshipFinals,but itwaswithamuchdifferentlookingteamfromthepreviousyear.The Seminolesfieldedtheyoungestteaminthetournamentwithtwofresh- men,twosophomoresandaseniorandwasoneofonlythreeschools(in afieldof30),withonlyoneupperclassmanintheline-up.FreshmanJack MaguirebecamethefirstfreshmantobeevernamedanAll-Americanat FloridaStateashewasnamedtothesecondteambyGolfweekandto thethirdteambuttheGCAA.MaguireandsophomoreHankLebiodawere namedtotheAll-ACCteamandMaguirewastabbedtheACCFreshmanof theYear.TheSeminolessmashedaparttherecordbookattheUSFInvi- tationalastheteampostedthelowestround(24-under264)andlowest three-roundtournamentscore(41-under823)inschoolhistory.Maguire createdhismarkwiththelowestroundinschoolhistory(10-under62) andsecondlowesttournamentscore(16-under200). 2013NCAACHAMPIONSHIP FloridaStatefinishedin11thplaceatthe2013NCAAChampionshipFinals attheCapitalCityClubCrabappleinAtlanta,Ga.TheSeminolesarejust oneoftwoteamstofinishinthetop11oftheNCAAsinthreeorthelast fouryears.SophomoreDanielBergerledtheteamattheChampionships finishingtiedforsecondwitha6-under204.BothBergerandChase SeiffertearnedAll-AmericanstatusfortheyearasLebiodawasnamed 2013ACCFreshmanoftheYear.

2012NCAACHAMPIONSHIP FloridaStateearnedaneighthplacenationalfinishatthe2012NCAA ChampionshipFinalstomarkthesecondtimeinthreeseasonsthe Seminolesfinishedinthetopeightofthestandingsatthenationaltour- nament.TheSeminolesenteredthechampionshiprankedNo.19inthe nationbyGolfStatandfinishedasoneofonlytwoteamsrankedoutside ofthetopeighttofinishinthetopeightofthefinalstandings. 2010NCAACHAMPIONSHIP FloridaStatefinishedinatieforthirdplaceatthe2010NCAAChampion- shipFinalstoearnthebestnationalfinishinschoolhistory.The SeminolesfelltoAugustaState(the2010NationalChampion)inthe semifinalsofthechampionshiptournamentafterdefeatingTexasTechin thefirstroundofmatchplay.TheSeminolesledthestrokeplayportion ofthetournamentandfinishedinsecondplacetoearntheNo.2seed inthematchplayportionoftheevent.ThethirdplacefinishattheNCAA Championshipmarkedthebestfinishinschoolhistory–onebetterthan theSeminolesfourthplacenationalfinishin1957andtiedforfourth placefinishin1958.

2008ACCCHAMPIONSHIP FloridaState,whichwasledbyAll-AmericansJonasBlixtandMatt Savage,wonitsfirsteverAtlanticCoastConferencechampionshipasit defeatedDukebythreestrokesatthe2008ACCChampionshipattheOld NorthStateClubatUwharriePoint.TheSeminolesdefeatedDukeasthey ralliedfromaonestrokedeficitaftertworoundstoclaimtheschool’s firsteverACCchampionshipinthesportofgolf.Eachofthefiveteam memberscontributedtothevictoryastheSeminolesclosedthe54-hole tournamentwithfourplayersunderpar.BlixtandSavageledtheway witheight-underpar208scoresastheybothfinishedinatieforthirdin theindividualstandings.

RECRUITING Knownasoneofthenation’smostdynamicrecruiters,Jonesisnationally recognizedasoneofthetoptalentscoutsinallofcollegiategolf.His abilitytorecruittalentedplayers,whichinturnhelpshimbuildsolid teams,isoneoftheaspectsofcoachingthathasmadeJonesatop DivisionIcoach.FloridaState’srecruitingclassrankedfourthbestin thenationin2007,fifthbestin2008,sixthbestin2005andamongthe nation’stop15in2006,2010and2012. HANKLEBIODA HankLebioda,whoplayedatFSUfrom2012-16,willgodownasoneof thetopgolfersinschoolhistory.Thefour-yearletterwinnerleavesFSU astheprogram’scareerleaderinparorbetterrounds(76),percentage ofcountingscores(93.4percent)andbirdies(467).TheWinterSprings, Fla.,nativewasthe2016ACCPlayeroftheYear,afour-timeAll-ACCTeam member,atwo-timeAll-Americaandatwo-timeACCPlayeroftheMonth. HavinganFSUlegacyinhisfamily,Lebiodaembodiedthetrueofmeaning ofbeingaSeminole.OnJuly23,2017,hewonhisfirstprotournamentat theMackenzieInvestmentsOpeninMontreal,Canada,andisbeginninga promisingcareerontheWeb.comTour.

BROOKSKOEPKA JonescoachedBrooksKoepka–theschoolrecordholderforlowest strokeaverageinasingleseason(71.09)andforacareer(71.85)–the ACCGolferoftheYearin2010and2012andathree-timeAll-ACCselec- TREY JONES DIRECTOR OF GOLF/HEAD COACH 15th SEASON NORTH ALABAMA (‘91)

PAGE 34 34 2018 MEN’S GOLF GUIDE Current Professional Players Jonas Blixt PGA Tour Brooks Koepka PGA Tour Daniel Berger PGA Tour Jack Maguire Web.com Tour Chase Seiffert Web.com Tour Drew Kittleson Web.com Tour Doug Letson Web.com Tour Wesley Graham NGA Tour Hank Lebioda Web.com Tour Cristobal Del Solar Mackenzie Tour ACC Coach of the Year Trey Jones 2008, 2015 All-ACC Selections Daniel Berger 2013 Jonas Blixt 2007, 2008 Rowin Caron 2015 Cristobal Del Solar 2016, 2017 Harry Ellis 2017 Drew Kittleson 2009, 2011 Brooks Koepka 2010, 2011, 2012 Seath Lauer 2010 Hank Lebioda 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016 Jack Maguire 2014, 2015 Matt Savage 2007, 2008, 2009 Chase Seiffert 2012, 2013 ACC Freshman of the Year Brooks Koepka 2009 Hank Lebioda 2013 Jack Maguire 2014 ACC Player of the Year Brooks Koepka 2010, 2012 Hank Lebioda 2016 GolfWeek All-Americans Daniel Berger 2013 (1) Jonas Blixt 2007 (2), 2008 (1) Rowin Caron 2015 (3) Cristobal Del Solar 2017 (3) Brooks Koepka 2010 (HM), 2012 (2) Hank Lebioda 2015 (2) Jack Maguire 2015 (1) Chase Seiffert 2013 (HM) GCAA All-Americans Daniel Berger 2012 (1) Jonas Blixt 2007 (2), 2008 (1) Cristobal Del Solar 2017 (3) Harry Ellis 2017 (HM) Drew Kittleson 2010 (HM) Brooks Koepka 2010 (3), 2012 (2) Hank Lebioda 2015 (2), 2016 (HM) Jack Maguire 2014 (2), 2015 (2) Matt Savage 2007 (HM) ACC Academic Team Selections Jonas Blixt 2006, 2008 Kyle Cobb 2011 Harry Ellis 2017 Drew Kittleson 2008 Hank Lebioda 2013, 2016 Josh Lee 2015 , 2016, 2017 Doug Letson 2012, 2013 Palmer Cup Team Selections Daniel Berger (U.S.) 2013 Jonas Blixt (Europe) 2007, 2008 Harry Ellis (Europe) 2017 Jack Maguire (U.S.) 2014 Team Finishes at Florida State First Place 21 Top Three 66 Ryder Cup Team Selections Brooks Koepka (U.S.) 2016 tion.KoepkawasnamedtheACCGolferoftheYeartwice,theACCRookie oftheYearin2009andearnedAll-Americantwiceinhiscareerinleading theSeminolestofourconsecutiveNCAATournamentappearancesand twotop-10NCAAChampionshipFinalsfinishes.Asasenior,Koepkatied theschoolrecordwithanineunderparscoreof63inthethirdroundof theFAUSpringBreakInvitationalandsettheschoolrecordwithhis199 totalforthreeroundsoftheevent.Koepkawonthreeeventsasasenior –attheBrickyardCollegiateChampionship,theSeminoleIntercollegiate, theFAUSpringBreakInvitational.KoepkasecuredhisstatusonthePGA Tourbytyingforfourthplaceinthe2014U.S.Open,andfinishedthe2015 seasonwithTop10majorfinishesatTheOpenChampionship(T-10th)and thePGAChampionship(T-5th).Hewonhisfirsttournamentatthe2015 WasteManagementPhoenixOpen,andcaughtmany’sattentionwithan impressive3-1recordatthe2016RyderCupfortheUnitedStates.He thencapturedhisfirstMajorChampionshipatthe2017U.S.OpeninErin Hills,andwaspartofthewinningUnitedStatesPresidentsCupin2017. DANIELBERGER UnderJones’tutelage,DanielBergersecuredAll-Americastatusin2013 byearningfirst-teamhonorsfromtheGCAAandGolfweek.Berger’s69.79 averagescoreinthe2012-13yearmakeshimtheonlySeminoletoshot sub-70inaseason,anaveragescorethatledthecountry.Hefinished asanAll-ACCselectioninthesamespectacularyear,andjoinsformer teammateKoepkaastwoofthebestyoungplayersonthePGATour. Bergerwashonoredasthe2014-15PGATourPlayeroftheYear,andwon hisfirsttournamentatthe2016FedExSt.JudeClassic,thenrepeatedhis victoryin2017atthesametournament.BergerjoinedKoepkaonthe2017 winningPresidentsCupTeamfortheUnitedStates. JONASBLIXT JonescoachedoneofFloridaState’sall-timebestplayers–JonasBlixt– toAll-AmericahonorsandthefirstindividualACCChampionshipinschool history.BlixtearnedPing/DivisionIAll-AmericanFirstTeamhonorsin 2008andPing/DivisionIAll-Americansecondteamhonorsin2007.He isoneofonlythreeplayersinschoolhistorytoearnAll-AmericanFirst andSecondTeamhonorsduringhiscareer.BlixtwontheACCindividual championshipin2007tobecomethefirstSeminoletowinACCmedalist honors.HehelpedleadFloridaStatetothe2008ACCChampionship–the firstACCgolfchampionshipinschoolhistory–andearnedAll-ACChonors twiceduringhiscareer.BlixtiscurrentlyplayingonthePGATourwith threewins,the2012Frys.comOpen,the2013GreenbrierClassicandthe 2017ZurichClassicofNewOrleans.Hefinishedtiedforsecondinthe 2014MastersTournamentandfourthinthe2013PGAChampionship.ACC medalisthonors.HehelpedleadFloridaStatetothe2008ACCChampion- ship-thefirstACCgolfchampionshipinschoolhistory-andearned All-ACChonorstwiceduringhiscareer.

DREWKITTLESON JonesalsocoachedDrewKittleson,whowilllongberememberedas oneofthetopgolfersinschoolhistory.KittlesonplayedintheMasters ChampionshipatAugustain2009,theU.S.OpenatBethpageBlackin 2009,fourNCAAChampionshipsandfourACCChampionshipsduring hisstandoutcareerasaSeminole.HeearnedAll-AmericanHonorable MentionhonorsfromPing/GolfCoaches’AssociationofAmericain2010 andSoutheastRegionalAll-Americanhonorsin2011.Kittlesonhelped leadFloridaStatetothe2008ACCChampionship–thefirstACCgolf championshipinschoolhistoryandtoathirdplacefinishattheNCAA DivisionIChampionshipfinalsin2010–thehighestnationalfinishin schoolhistory.Afterasecondplacefinishatthe2009U.S.Amateur, heearnedexemptionstoplayinboththe2009MastersandU.S.Open Championships.KittlesoniscurrentlyplayingontheWeb.comTour. ACADEMICSUCCESS Committedtotheacademicandathleticsuccessofhisstudent-athletes, Joneshascoached35membersoftheACCAcademicHonorRoll,eight membersoftheACCAcademicGolfTeamandfourmembersoftheGolf Coaches’AssociationofAmericaAll-AmericanScholarteam.Histeam wasalsonationallyrecognizedin2010asoneofthefewschoolsinthe NCAAtoachieveaperfectAPRscoreof1000sincetheinceptionofthe AcademicProgressRateprogramin2003.DuringhistenureatGeorgia State,hecoached10membersoftheAtlanticSunAll-Academicteamand 20membersoftheTAACAll-Academicteam.

JONESNATIONALLY JoneshasbeenanactivememberoftheGolfCoachesAssociationof Americasince1993.Heiscurrentlyamemberofthesteeringcommittee fortheCollegiateGolfHallofFame.JonesservedtheboardastheDivi- sionIDirectorfortheEastRegionandservedasthechairoftheDistrict 3SouthRegionalNCAASelectionCommittee.Hewasalsoarepresenta- tiveintheDistrict3SouthNCAASelectionCommitteefrom1999-2002. GEORGIASTATE TreyJoneswasnamedtheheadcoachatGeorgiaStatein1995and immediatelybegantoassembleoneofthedominantmen’sgolfprograms inthesoutheasternUnitedStates.HeledthePanthersontothenational sceneforthefirsttimeinschoolhistoryincludingtheirfirstappear- anceintheNCAAChampionshiptournament(2003),firstconference championship(1998,TransAmericaAthleticConference)andhighest nationalranking(20thduringthe2000season).Joneswasresponsible fortheprograminitsentiretyincludingrecruiting,coaching,fundraising, publicrelations,strengthandconditioning,schedulingandallbudgetary matters.UnderJones’leadership,GeorgiaStateamassed91winsover SECteamsand33winsoverACCopponentsfrom1997-2003.Duringthat period,thePanthersearned23victoriesovertop25opponents. PERSONAL JonesismarriedtotheformerCathyMcVeigh,whoisthecoordinator offinancialaidforstudent-athletesatFloridaState.Theyaretheproud parentsofadaughter,Jordan(16)andason,Drew(12).Jonesearned hisbachelor’sdegreeinhealthandphysicaleducationwithaminor inbusinessadministrationfromNorthAlabamain1991.Jonesisa 26-yearveteranofthecollegiatecoachingranks.Hewastheheadmen’s coachandDirectorofGolfOperationsatGeorgiaStateforeightyears (1996-2003)beforebecomingonlythefifthcoachinthehistoryofthe Seminoleprogramin2004.PriortohiscareeratGeorgiaState,Joneswas anassistantcoachatWallaceStateJuniorCollege(1992-95)andhisalma materNorthAlabama(1991).Jonesdevelopedhisteaching,coachingand recruitingphilosophiesashehelpedhonethoseprogramsintonational contenders.

PAGE 35 35 2018 MEN’S GOLF GUIDE ROBERT DUCK ASSISTANT COACH 7th SEASON AUGUSTA STATE (‘01) RobertDuck,whohasworkedwiththetwogreatestcollegiategolfersinschoolhistory,a ndwho hashelpedboththeSeminoles’men’sandwomen’sgolfteamsreachthenation’sNo.1ranki ng, isinhisseventhseasonasanassistantcoachwithbothprogramsatFloridaStateUnivers ity. Hisabilitytoteachthegameofgolftothenation’stopgolfershashelpedelevateFlorid a State’sprogramstorankamongthenation’sbestinbothsports. FloridaStatewasoneofonly 12programsnationallytohavebothitsmen’sandwomen’sprogramsadvancetotheNCAA Championshipnationalfinalsin2017.

UnderDucks’tutelage,bothSeminoleteamshavebecomeperennialleadersinthenationa lrank- ingsandcoursestatisticsaswellasintheproductionofAll-AmericansandAll-ACCperf ormers, ashehashelpedraisetheprofilesofbothprogramstothelevelsnecessarytocompeteast op collegiateprogramsonanannualbasis. DuckworkedcloselywithJackMaguire–theall-timecareer-strokeleaderfortheFlorid aState men(70.78)–andMatildaCastren–theall-timecareerstrokeleaderfortheFloridaStat ewomen (72.52)–ashehashelpeddevelopthetopgolfersinprogramhistory. Duckhasworkedwith sevenofthetop10scoringmenandsixofthetop10scoringwomeninschoolhistory. Brooks Koepka,whowonthe2017U.S.Open,andwhofinishedhisSeminolecareerwitha71.84strok e average,andHarryEllis,the2017AmateurChampion,areamongtheplayershehasworkedw ith duringhisFloridaStatecareer. ElliswillcompletehiscareeratFloridaStateafterplayingasa memberoftheGreatBritainandIrelandteaminthe2017WalkerCup.

Duckplaysanintegralroleinthesuccessesofbothprogramsincludingthemen’snationa l rankingofNo.1in2016andthewomen’snationalrankingofNo.1duringthe2017season. He hashelpedcoachbothprogramsintotheNCAATournamentineachofhisfirstsixyearswhil e workingwithAll-AmericansandAll-ACChonoreesonbothteams. InhisfirstsixseasonsatFloridaState,themenhaveproducedeightAll-Americans,14A ll-ACC selections,twoACCGolfersoftheYear(Koepkain2012andHankLebiodain2016)andtwoAC C FreshmenoftheYear,whilethewomenhaveproducedfourAll-Americansand11All-ACCper form- ers. Duckworkedwithaschool-recordfourSeminolewomenwhoearnedAll-ACChonorsin2017. Duringeachofhissixseasons,theSeminolemenandtheSeminolewomenhaveappearedin theNCAATournamentsixtimeseachwiththemenfinishingninthintheteamstandingsinth e 2012NCAAChampionshipfinalsand11thinthe2015NCAAChampionshipfinals,andthewome n finishingin15thatthe2016NCAAChampionshipFinals. Themenhavefinishedinsecondtwice andthirdonce. Thewomenhavefinishedsecondonce,thirdonceandhaveearnedtwofourth placefinishesintheirrespectiveACCChampionships.

Duck’sworkwithFloridaState’splayershasledtoincredibleindividualsuccessinhis firstsix seasonsinTallahassee. Histeachingabilitiesandcoachingphilosophieshavehelpedaccelerate thecareersoftwoofthetopmen’splayersinschoolhistory–KoepkaandDanielBerger–as wellasfourofthetopperformersinschoolhistoryonthewomen’sside–MatildaCastren, Lydia Gumm,MariaSalinasandJessicaNegron. KoepkawasnamedtheACCGolferoftheYearin2012 andwasathree-timeAll-ACCselection,whileBerger,whohaswontwiceonthePGATour,ea rned All-ACChonorsandplayedfortheUnitedStates’PalmerCupteamin2013. Duckalsoworked withSeminoleAll-AmericaHankLebioda–whoearnedAll-Americahonorsin2015and2016, was the2013ACCFreshmanoftheYear,afour-timeAll-ACCselectionandwasamemberofthe201 4 UnitedStatesPalmerCupTeam. CastrenearnedAll-Americanhonorsin2014and2017,isathree- timeAll-ACChonoreeandholdstherecordforloweststrokeaverageinschoolhistory. Gumm wasanAll-ACCselectionin2015and2017,SalinasfinishedinatieforfirstintheNCAACe ntral RegionalandearnedAll-Americahonorsin2012andNegronearnedAll-ACChonorsin2013. DuckhashelpedcoachtheFloridaStatemento13tournamentchampionships. TheSeminoles wonfourconsecutivetournaments,earnedsixoverallteamchampionshipsandweretheNo . 1overallseedintheNCAAGolfchampionshipsin2015. DuckhelpedtheSeminolewomenwin nineteamchampionships,includingaschool-recordsixduringthe2016-17season,asec ond placefinishatthe2016NCAAShoalCreekRegionalandtoathirdplacefinishatthe2017NC AA ColumbusRegional.

TheSeminoles–boththemenandthewomen–havebeenrankedamongthenation’stop30 teamsthroughouthisfirstsixseasonsatFloridaState. ThemenwererankedashighasNo.1in 2015whilethewomenwererankedashighasNo.1in2017. COACHINGEXPERIENCE Duckisoneoftherisingstarsincollegiatecoaching. HewastheactingheadcoachatAugusta Statein2002,servedtheJaguarsasavolunteerassistantcoachduringthe2001-02seaso nand wasanassistantcoachfortheprogramduringthe2002-03season. Duringhistenureasthe actingcoachatAugustaState,theJaguarswererankedashighasNo.9nationally. COLLEGIATEPLAYINGEXPERIENCE DuckenjoyedastandoutcareeratAugustaState(1998-01)whereheearnedAll-Americaho nors asasophomore(1999)andledtheJaguarstothreeNCAAChampionshipappearances(1998, 1999,2001).HeisoneofthetopgolfersinthestoriedhistoryoftheAugustaStateprogra mand remainslistedprominentlyintherecordbook15yearsafterhisplayingcareerended.Du ckis rankedsecondinschoolhistoryforloweststrokeaveragebyafreshman(73.22),whichst ood astheschoolrecordfornearly15years. Itisanaveragethatstillranksinthetop-15inschool history. Hiscareerstrokeaverageof73.86isranked14thinschoolhistory.Duringhiscareer,he earned12top-10and28top-20individualfinishes.

COLLEGIATECOACHINGEXPERIENCE Duck’sabilitytocommunicatewiththeplayershecoachesisillustratedbythesuccesst hose playershaveearnedonthegolfcourse. InhisfirstsixseasonsatFloridaStatehehasworked with13All-Americans,25All-ACChonorees,twoACCGolfersoftheYearandthreeACCFres hmen oftheYear. Eachofthe12teams(sixmen’sandsixwomen’s)hehashelpedcoachatFlorida StatehasplayedintheNCAATournamentandbothteamshavebeenrankedinthenation’s top-20duringthefirstsixyearsofhistenureinTallahassee. ASACADDYFORMORGANEMETRAUXATTHE2017U.S.WOMEN’SOPEN DuckenjoyedthehonorofcaddyingforFloridaStateseniorMorganeMetrauxatthe2017U. S. Women’sOpenattheTrumpNationalGolfCourseinBedminster,N.J. Theincrediblyspecialinvita- tioncamefromMetrauxshortlyaftershequalifiedfortheevent. “Iwasveryexcitedtohave beenaskedbyoneofourplayerstocaddieforherintheU.S.Open. Tohavetheopportunityto watchMorganeprogresstothislevelandplayagainstthebestintheworldisaproudmomen t andonethatIwillalwaysremember.” 2017WASAHISTORICALSEASONFORTHEFLORIDASTATEWOMEN 2017wasanincrediblyspecialseasonfortheFloridaStatewomen. TheSeminoleswereranked firstinthenation,wonsixtournamentchampionships,hadfourplayersnamedtotheAll- ACC team,ledthenationinscoringaveragevs.par,ledthenationinpar5scoringandHeadCoa ch AmyBondwasnamedtheACCCoachoftheYear. FloridaStatewonitsfirsttournamentofthe seasonandwentontowinanunprecedentedsixtournamentstotieforthenationallead. Never beforehadanyteaminFloridaStatehistorywonmorethanfiveeventsinasingleseason—N ot eventheSeminoles’1981A.I.A.W.NationalChampionshipteam. TheSeminolesearnedthe highestNCAAregionalseedinschoolhistory(No.2),andfinishedinthirdplaceintheNC AA ColumbusRegionalChampionshipbeforeearningtheirsecondconsecutivetop-20finish atthe NCAANationalChampionshipFinals. ArecordnumberofSeminoles(four)earnedAll-ACChonors whiletwowerecelebratedwithAll-Americanhonors.

2016WASASPECIALYEARFORTHESEMINOLEWOMEN DuckhelpedtheSeminolewomenfinishthe2015-16seasonranked19thnationallybyGolfs tat and24thnationallybyGolfweek,finish15thnationallyintheNCAADivisionIChampions hip Finals,finishsecondattheNCAADivisionIShoalCreekRegional,winteamchampionship sat thefall2015JacksonvilleClassicandthespring2016FloridaStateMatch-Up,finishin thetop fiveofnineofits13matches,havetwoplayersearnNCAAShoalCreekAll-Regionhonors(M atilda CastrenandKimMetraux)andhavetwoplayersearnAll-ACChonors(CastrenandMetraux). 2015WASONEOFTHEBESTINPROGRAMHISTORY DuckhelpedtheSeminolemen’sgolfteamtothebestseasoninprogramhistoryin2015. The Seminolesfinished11thinthefinalstandingsattheNCAAMen’sGolfChampionships,fin ishedin secondplaceintheACCChampionships,earnedaprogram-bestnationalrankingofNo.1du ring theseason,weretheNo.1seedintheNCAAmen’sGolfChampionshiptournament,hadthree playersearnAll-Americanhonors(thirdtimeinschoolhistorythreeplayersearnedAll -American honorsinthesameseason)andsetasingle-seasonschoolrecordwithsixtournamentwins . 2014WASABANNERYEAR Duck’scoachingeffortsin2014helpedtheSeminolementoasecondplacefinishintheACC championship,afifthplacefinishintheNCAARaleighRegionalandanappearanceintheN CAA ChampionshipFinalsforthethirdconsecutiveyear. HehelpedcoachoneAll-American,theACC FreshmanoftheYearandAll-ACCselectionsJackMaguireandHankLebioda. TheSeminolemen wontheUSFInvitationalastheypostedthebestsingleroundteamandtournamentscorein teamhistoryinwinningthechampionship. DuckhelpedcoachfreshmanMatildaCastrenwho earnedAll-AmericanSecondTeamandAll-ACCHonorsandwhowastherunner-upforACCPlay er andRookieoftheYearhonorsaswellasAll-ACCselectionAlexMilan.runner-upforACCPl ayer andRookieoftheYearhonorsaswellasAll-ACCselectionAlexMilan. SUCCESSOFBROOKSKOEPKA DuckworkedwithAll-AmericanBrooksKoepka,the2017U.S.Openwinner,duringhisfinal season asaSeminole(2011-12). KoepkawasnamedtheACCPlayeroftheYearandledtheSeminolesto aninthplacefinishattheNCAAChampionshipfinalsin2012. KoepkaearnedhisPGATourcard forthe2014-15seasonashefinishedinatieforfourthplaceatthe2014U.S.Open–afinis h whichalsoearnedhimaninvitationtoplayinthe2015MastersChampionship. In2017,Koepka hadthelowestaggregatescoreinthefourmajortournamentsonthePGATour. Koepkawon thechampionshipofthe2015PhoenixOpenforhisfirstPGATourvictory. SUCCESSOFDANIELBERGER DuckcoachedDanielBerger,the2016and2017FedExSt.Judetournamentchampiononthe PGATour,duringhisstellartwo-yearcareerasaSeminole. Bergerwontwoindividualtitles (thespring2013GatorInvitationalandthespring2013SeminoleInvitational),wasatw o-time First-TeamAll-American,wasnamedtotheAll-NicklausTeam,theAll-ACCTeamandthePi ngAll RegionteamasasophomoreatFloridaState. HeledtheACCinstrokeaverageandcardedhis careerlowscoreof65duringthespringofhissophomoreseason. Bergerwasnamedthe2015 PGATourRookieoftheYear.

ONCOURSECOACHING Becausehehasplayedandcoachedatsuchhighlevels,Duckisknownasaplayers’coach. His abilitytohelpeachstudent-athletecreatelong-termtrainingschedulesandencourag ethemto worktowardsthosegoalsonadailybasishashelpedcreateateachingenvironmentthatha s fosteredtherecentsuccessesofboththeSeminoles’men’sandwomen’sprograms. NCAACHAMPIONSHIPHISTORYASAPLAYER DuckledAugustaState(nowGeorgiaRegentsUniversity)tothreeNCAAChampionshiptour na- mentappearancesandhelpedtheJaguarstoaseventhplacefinishasasenior,thebestfin ish inprogramhistoryatthetime.WiththefoundationputinplacebyDuckandhisteammates, the JaguarswontheNCAATitlesin2010and2011.

SUCCESSINPROFESSIONALWORLD DuckenjoyedasuccessfulcareerasamanagerofprofessionalgolfersfortheHambricSpo rts Group(2003-2012)beforeacceptinghiscurrentassistantcoachingpositionatFlorida State. BasedinLondon,DuckwasthesupervisoroftheEuropeanDivisionofHambricStellarGolf .He wasaplayermanagerwhooversawpublicrelationsandmarketingforsevenclientsinclud ing 1988MasterschampionSandyLyle,2005EuropeanTourRookieoftheYearGonzaloFernande z- Castano,formerAugustaStateAll-AmericanOliverWilsonandFrancescoMolinari. PERSONAL DuckismarriedtotheformerMichelleDigsby.Thecouplehastwodaughters,Annabel(10) and Hannah(seven).HeearnedhisBachelor’sDegreeinMarketingfromAugustaStatein2001. A nativeofNorthampton,England,herepresentedGreatBritain-Irelandasamemberofthe 1998 PalmerCupteam.Duckplayedinthe1997EuropeanAmateurChampionshipandfinishedtied as therunner-upwithSergioGarciaandLukeDonald.

PAGE 36 36 2018 MEN’S GOLF GUIDE AMY BOND WOMEN’S HEAD COACH 8th SEASON FLORIDA STATE (‘99) AmyBond,the2017ACCCoachoftheyear,hasexpeditiouslybuiltoneofthetop women’sgolfprogramsinthenationatFloridaState. Withacrystalclearplan andmeticulousideasonitsexecution,shehasgoneaboutthestepbystep constructionofherprogramwithadefinitegoalinmind:ToWinTheNational Championship. BondledtheSeminolestotheoneofthegreatestseasonsinschoolhistoryin 2017. TheSeminoleswererankedNo.1inthenation,wonsixtournamentchampion- ships,hadfourplayersnamedtotheAll-ACCteam,ledthenationinscoring averagevs.par,ledthenationinpar5scoringenroutetoandBondwasnamed theACCCoachoftheYear. FloridaStatewonanunprecedentedsixtournaments totieforthenationallead. NeverbeforehadanyteaminFloridaStatehistory wonmorethanfiveeventsinasingleseason. FloridaStatetookoverthenation’s No1rankingafterwinningtheJimWestChallengeandtheCardinalCupduring thefallseason. TheSeminolesthenearnedthehighestNCAAregionalseedin schoolhistory(No.2),andfinishedinthirdplaceintheNCAAColumbusRegional Championshipbeforeearningtheirsecondconsecutivetop-20finishattheNCAA NationalChampionshipFinals.

DuringherfirstsevenseasonsasFloridaState’sHeadWomen’sGolfCoach,Bond hascoachedfourAll-Americans,twoRegionalChampions,12All-ACCselections, 22All-ACCAcademicHonorRollselectionswith52academichonors,13players whohavebeennamedtotheAll-ACCAcademicteamandfourwhohavebeen namedtotheAll-AmericaScholarAthleteteam. AstheSeminoles’headcoach,shehasledFloridaStatetosevenconsecu- tiveNCAAChampionshipTournamentappearances–astreakthatbringsthe program’scurrentschool-recordstreakto12consecutiveNCAAappearances enteringthe2017-18season.

Withherstudent-athletefirstapproach,herloveofthegameofgolf,her unbridledloveforFloridaStateUniversityandherabilitytorecruittop-level talent,BondconstantlyworkstotaketheSeminolewomen’sgolfprogramtoa higherlevel. Thathigherlevelisintheclassroom,withherrelationshipswith herplayers,andFloridaState’ssuccessonthegolfcoursehaveallallowedher programtobecomerecognizedasoneofthetopall-aroundprogramsinallof collegegolf. TheSeminoleWomen’sGolfTeamisrecognizedasastaramongstarsasFlorida Stateisannuallycelebratedasoneofthetopathleticprogramsinthenation. FloridaStatehasfinishedinthetop25intheDirector’sCupineachofthelast nineyears.

InhersevenseasonsatFloridaState,theSeminoleshaveplayedinsevenNCAA Championshiptournaments,producedtheschool’sfirsttwoNCAARegional Champions(MariaSalinasin2012andMatildaCastrenin2016),earnedfive All-Americanhonors(MatildaCastrenin2014and2017,Salinasin2011and2013, MorganeMetrauxin2017),earned13All-ACCselections(Salinasin2011and2012, JessicaNegronin2013,Castrenin2014,2016and2017,AlexMilanin2014,Lydia Gummin2015and2017,KimMetrauxin2016and2017andMorganeMetrauxin 2017)andhad20playersearnAll-ACCAcademichonors. Asaplayer,BondearnedaspotontheACC’s50thAnniversaryteam. Asanassis- tantcoachshehelpedtheSeminolestothreeNCAATournamentappearances. As FloridaState’sheadcoach,shehasledtheSeminolestosevenNCAAChampion- shipappearancesinherfirstsevenyearsastheheadcoachoftheSeminoles. ThroughoutherplayingcareeratFloridaState,sheplayedasoneofthe Seminoles’topplayers(shewasnamedFloridaState’steamMVPin1997,1998 and1999),playedwithanumberoftouringprofessionals(includingLPGAmajor winnerandcurrentGolfChannelanalystKarenStupples)andhascoachedmany ofFloridaState’srecentgreatsincludingtheonlyfour-timegolfAll-Americanin schoolhistory(CarolineWestrup). Whileachievingsuccessduringhercareeras aplayerandacoach,Bondhasneverlostsightofherultimategoal:thesuccess andachievementsofherstudent-athletes.

Inher12seasonsasaSeminolecoach(fiveasanassistantandsevenasthe headcoach),everystudent-athletewhohasplayedgolfatFloridaStatehas earnedherbachelor’sdegreeandeveryoneplayedonatleasttwoNCAATourna- mentteamsduringtheircareers. TheSeminolesareamongtheNCAAleaders withaperfectAPRratingduringthefirstsevenseasonsofBond’sheadcoaching tenureatFloridaState. FLORIDASTATEISHOMEFORBOND AmyBondjoinedthelongandillustriouslistofFloridaStatealumniwhohave returnedtocoachtheiralmamaterwhenshewasnamedtheSeminoles’head coachonJune25,2010.ShereturnedtoherSeminolerootsafteranoutstanding playingcareeratFloridaState(1994-99)duringwhichshefinishedin30thplace inthe1999NCAAChampionshipFinalsandafive-yearcareerasanassistant coach(2001-06)whenshehelpedleadtheSeminolestotheNCAAChampionships threetimes.BondisoneofthreeFloridaStateUniversityalumniwhoarecurrent headcoachesattheiralmamaterjoiningJenniferHyde(women’stennis)and MikeMartin(baseball).

FIRSTSEVENYEARSATFLORIDASTATE FloridaStateheadcoachAmyBondhasguidedeachofherfirstsevenSeminole teamstotheNCAATournament. IncludingherfouryearsasaSeminoleplayer (1996-99),herfiveyearsasaSeminoleassistantcoach(2001-06)andsevenas FloridaState’sheadcoach,Bondhasparticipatedin14of16NCAARegionalCham- pionshipswhilewearingtheGarnetandGold. TheSeminoleswilllooktoplayin theirschoolrecord13thconsecutiveNCAAChampionshipTournamentin2018. BONDLEADFLORIDASTATETOAHISTORICSEASONIN2017 FloridaState’senjoyedoneofthetopseasonsinschoolhistoryin2017asit earnedthenation’sNo.1ranking,wonaschoolrecordsixtournamentchampion- ships,weretheNo.2seedattheNCAAColumbusRegionalChampionship,and playedintheNCAAChampionshipsfinalsforthesecondconsecutiveseason. TheSeminolesledtheACCandfinishedsecondnationallywithaschoolrecord strokeaverage. Individually,twodifferentgolferswonfivedifferenttournament championships,aschoolrecordfourgolferswereearnedAll-ACChonorsandtwo earnedAll-Americanhonors. Academically,eachofFloridaState’sfivestarters werenamedtotheAll-ACCAcademicGolfTeam,all12membersoftheteamwere namedtotheACCAcademicHonorRollandthreeplayerswerenamedtotheWGCA All-AmericanScholarTeam. TheSeminolesfinishedthe2016-17seasonrankedNo. 6byGolfWeekandNo.11byGolfstat.

FLORIDASTATEEARNEDOUTSTANDINGSUCCESSIN2016 FloridaStatefinishedthe2015-16seasonranked19thnationallybyGolfstat,24th nationallybyGolfweek,finished15thnationallyintheNCAADivisionIChampion- shipFinals. TheSeminolesfinishedinsecondattheNCAADivisionIShoalCreek Regional,wonteamchampionshipsinthefall2015JacksonvilleClassicand thespring2016FloridaStateMatch-Up,finishedinthetopfiveofnineofits 13matches,hadtwoplayersearnNCAAShoalCreekAll-Regionhonors(Matilda CastrenandKimMetraux)andhadtwoplayersearnAll-ACChonors(Castrenand KimMetraux). Academically,theSeminoleshadeachmemberofitsteamnamed totheACCAcademicHonorRoll,sawfourplayersnamedtotheACCAll-Academic Women’sGolfTeam(Castren,LydiaGumm,KimandMorganeMetraux)andhad twoplayers(KimandMorganeMetraux)namedtotheWGCAAll-AmericanScholar Athleteteam.

2014WASASPECIALSEASONATFLORIDASTATE AmyBondledFloridaStatetoitsninthconsecutiveNCAARegionalChampionship, totheteamchampionshipattheWeb.com/MarshLandingIntercollegiate,had oneplayerearnAll-Americanhonors(MatildaCastren),andhadtwoplayers earnAll-ACChonors(CastrenandAlexMilan)in2014. InearningAll-ACChonors, Castrenestablishedaschoolrecordforlowstrokeaverageinasingleseason withher71.83scoringmark.FloridaState’steamvictoryattheWeb.com/Marsh LandingIntercollegiatewasthefirstteamchampionshipbytheSeminolessince the2010seasonwhenitwontheBryanNationalCollegiatechampionship. SUCCESSATPRINCETON BondwassuccessfulinherfirstheadcoachingpositionatPrinceton(2006-10) assheguidedtheTigerstoeighttournamentvictoriesandtopfourfinishes infourIvyLeaguechampionshiptournaments.TheTigersfinishedinsecond placeintheIvyleaguechampionshipin2007.BondcoachedSusannahAboffto consecutiveIvyLeagueindividualchampionshipsin2008and2009. Itmarked onlythethirdtimeinleaguehistorythataplayerhadwonconsecutiveindividual conferencechampionships.AboffearnedAll-IvyLeaguehonorsthreetimes duringhercareerinbecomingjustthesecondplayerinschoolhistorytobe namedtotheall-leagueteamthreetimesinhercareer.Duringherfourseasons atPrinceton,onlytheTigersandHarvardperformedconsistentlywellinthe conferencechampionshipbyfinishinginthetopfouroftheteamchampionship from2007-10.

RECRUITINGSUCCESSATFLORIDASTATE DuringherfirstsevenseasonsastheheadcoachatFloridaState,shehascontin- uedthetraditionofrecruitingtalentedplayersandoutstandingstudent-athletes toTallahassee. HerlistoftoprecruitsincludesMatildaCastren,theSeminoles’ all-timeleadinggolferforstrokeaverageandindividualwins,andfiveplayers whohavebeennamedtotheWGCAAll-AmericaScholarAthleteteam. Kimand MorganeMetraux,twoofthetoprisingamateurplayersintheworld,werealso recruitedbyBondtoattendFloridaState. Infiveyearsasanassistantcoachat FloridaState,BondhelpedrecruitfiveplayerswhoearnedAll-ACChonorsatotal of12timesandformedthenucleusoftwotop20rankedteams.TheSeminoles finishedinatiefor16thnationallyin2006andinatiefor19thnationallyin2004. ShewasalsoinstrumentalinrecruitingCarolineWestrup-theonlyfour-time All-Americanandfour-timeAll-ACCselectioninschoolhistory. PERSONAL AnOcala,Fla.,native,BondearnedaBachelor’sDegreeinSportManagementfrom FloridaStatein1997beforeearningherMaster’sDegreeinSportAdministration fromFloridaStatein1999. Bond’stwinbrother,Tommy,istheDirectorofAthlet- icsandheadbaseballcoachatTrinityCatholicinOcala,Fla. TommyledTrinity Catholictothe4Astatechampionshipin2014.

PAGE 37 37 2018 MEN’S GOLF GUIDE TASHA FISHER ASSISTANT ATHLETICS DIRECTOR FOR COMPLIANCE SHAWN WAGNER ACADEMIC ADVISOR JORDAN SIMISON MARKETING ASSISTANT CATHY JONES ATHLETIC FINANCIAL AID SPECIALIST STUART PEARCE ASSISTANT ATHLETICS DIRECTOR FOR EVENT MANAGEMENT AND OPERATIONS BRANDON STONE ASSISTANT ATHLETIC TRAINER WILLIAM WHEELER ACCOUNTING SPECIALIST JENNIFER SANTIAGO DIRECTOR OF GOLF OPERATIONS 4th SEASON VILLANOVA Jennifer Santiago was named Director of Operations for the men’s and women’s golf teams in 2014. Prior to working with the golf teams, she was the Director of Operations for the men’s and women’s track and field teams at Florida State. Santiago has been a member of the athletics staff at Florida State since 2007 when she became a member of the Athletic Academic Support Unit. She was promoted to the position of Associate Director of the Academic Support Unit before becoming the Assistant Athletics Director for Compliance in 2009. She served the department in that capacity until 2012 when she began working with the National Championship track and field teams.

Santiago previously worked as the Assistant Athletic Director for Student-Athlete Development at Georgia State University, as well as spending four years as a high school teacher before coming to Florida State. A native of Sarasota, Florida, Santiago earned her undergraduate degree in English from Villanova University and a Master’s in Education from the University of Pennsylvania. In 2001, she married Matt Balog. The couple has four children: Tauara, 35, 14-year old Alexander, 13-year old Nicolas and eight-year old Lucas.

BERNIE WAXMAN MEN’S GOLF OVERSIGHT

PAGE 38 38 2018 MEN’S GOLF GUIDE UNIVERSITY AND ATHLETIC ADMINISTRATION JOHN THRASHER PRESIDENT 2017-18 FLORIDA STATE BOARD OF TRUSTEES VANESSA FUCHS SENIOR ASSOCIATE ATHLETICS DIRECTOR/ WBB OVERSIGHT/SWA PAMELA L. PERREWE’ FACULTY ATHLETICS REPRESENTATIVE MATT BEHNKE ASSOCIATE ATHLETICS DIRECTOR/CFO Edward E. “Ed” Burr, Chair Leslie “Les” Pantin, Vice Chair Maximo Alvarez William “Billy” Buzzett Emily Fleming “June” Duda Craig Mateer STAN WILCOX ATHLETICS DIRECTOR/ VICE PRESIDENT Todd Adams Kathryn Ballard Jorge Gonzalez Kyle Hill DR. GREG BEAUMONT SENIOR ASSOCIATE ATHLETICS DIRECTOR/ ASSOCIATE DEAN KARL HICKS DEPUTY ATHLETICS DIRECTOR FOR EXTERNAL OPERATIONS CINDY HARTMANN DEPUTY ATHLETICS DIRECTOR FOR ADMINISTRATION Brent W.

Sembler Mark Hillis JIM CURRY SENIOR ASSOCIATE ATHLETICS DIRECTOR/ GOVERNANCE AND COMPLIANCE MICHELE OSBORNE ASSOCIATE GENERAL COUNSEL FOR ATHLETICS Jim Henderson Bob Sasser

PAGE 39 39 2018 MEN’S GOLF GUIDE 2016-17 SEASON IN REVIEW A FINE FINISH The Florida State Men’s Golf team reached the fourth day of NCAA Championships competition in 2017, getting to the final round of stroke play before bowing out in 14th place. It was the second time in three years where the Seminoles made it to the last round of stroke play, as redshirt senior Cris- tobal Del Solar ended his fine FSU career shooting 2-over and tying for 28th at the year’s final tourna- ment. A REMARKABLE TURNAROUND Undoubtedly the biggest individual story of the year was the great ascension of current redshirt senior Harry Ellis. Always possessing the game to become one of collegiate golf’s best, Ellis proved it last year by earning All-ACC, All-Region and All-America honors. The England native recorded career bests in scoring average (71.62), average vs. par (+0.54) and rounds played (39). He carried his great fortune into the offseason, where his British Amateur title win gave him exemptions to the 2017 Open Championship, the 2018 Masters and the 2018 United States Open.

FSU BECOMES ONE OF THE FEW Florida State’s sixth straight year of punching its ticket to the 2017 NCAA Championships put it in a tremendous class of programs. FSU’s streak is the longest active one in the ACC and tied for the fifth longest nationally (Texas - 11; USC - 11; Illinois - 10; Oklahoma - 7; FSU - 6; Auburn - 6). In addition, the Seminoles’ 12-year NCAA Regional streak continues as well, having made an NCAA Regional in every season since 2006. A TOURNAMENT THAT FEELS LIKE HOME Florida State Men’s Golf pummeled its home Southwood Golf Club course in this past year’s Seminole Intercollegiate, shooting an outstanding 28-under 836 on its way to a second-place finish in Tallahas- see on March 10-12, 2017. The 836 aggregate score is tied for the 12th-lowest 54-hole score in pro- gram history.

Florida State won its season- opening Olympia Fields Invi- tational in record fashion Hank Lebioda became the 10th two-time All-American at FSU. Harry Ellis had a career year in 2016-17, becoming an All-American. Cristobal Del Solar finished off a tremen- dous career with the Semi- noles in the 2016-17 year. Josh Lee helped the Seminoles reach their sixth consecu- tive NCAA Champion- ship, finishing 14th and making the final round of stroke play.

PAGE 40 40 2018 MEN’S GOLF GUIDE 2016-17 SEASON STATISTICS 2016-17 Florida State Men's Golf Florida State Season Statistics (Jun 06, 2017) Low Par/- # Finish Top Rel. Player Rounds Strokes Rnd Rnds Evt 1 5 10 Par Avg Cristobal Del Solar 31 2203 65 17 10 1 3 5 E 71.06 Harry Ellis 39 2793 65 23 13 - 3 3 +1 71.62 Josh Lee 39 2834 66 12 13 - 1 1 +2 72.67 Bennett Baker 21 1537 68 9 7 - - 2 +1 73.19 Jonathan Keppler 29 2139 68 8 10 - - 2 +3 73.76 Anthony Alex 3 222 70 1 1 + 4 74.00 Corey Carlson 30 2225 68 10 10 - 1 1 +3 74.17 Jamie Li 11 816 69 4 4 + 3 74.18 Jake Carter 9 673 70 2 3 + 4 74.78 Greyson Porter 9 677 69 2 3 + 4 75.22 FOUR-PLAYER TEAM 39 11207 273 88 13 1 8 14 +3 287.36 Tournament Dates Rounds Place Teams Players +/- Score Rod Myers Invitational Sept. 10-11, 2016 3 3 14 82 -10 854 OFCC/Fighting Illini Invitational Sept. 16-18, 2016 3 5 15 78 +27 867 Jerry Pate Intercollegiate Oct. 3-4, 2016 3 10 12 60 +29 869 Sea Best Invitational Feb. 6-7, 2017 3 7 15 83 +18 858 SunTrust Gator Invitational Feb. 18-19, 2017 3 5 15 81 +20 860 Querencia Cabo Collegiate Feb. 26-28, 2017 3 10 15 80 +14 866 Seminole Intercollegiate March 10-12, 2017 3 2 14 81 -28 836 Southern Intercollegiate March 13, 2017 2 2 15 90 -9 567 Valspar Collegiate March 19-21, 2017 3 10 14 78 +25 877 Cabarrus County Irish Creek Intercolleg. April 8-9, 2017 3 3 16 93 -10 842 ACC Championship April 21-23 3 4 12 60 +4 868 Washington Regional May 15-17, 2017 3 3 14 75 +10 862 NCAA Championship May 26-29, 2017 4 14 30 111 +29 1181 2016-17 Florida State Men's Golf Florida State Low Round Scores Summary (Jun 06, 2017) Team low rounds (best 10) 274 (-14) - Seminole Intercollegiate, March 10-12, 2017 (1st round) 273 (-11) - Cabarrus County Irish Creek Intercolleg., April 8-9, 2017 (2nd round) 278 (-10) - Seminole Intercollegiate, March 10-12, 2017 (2nd round) 278 (-10) - Southern Intercollegiate, March 13, 2017 (2nd round) 278 (-10) - ACC Championship, April 21-23 (1st round) 278 (-6) - Washington Regional, May 15-17, 2017 (1st round) 282 (-6) - Rod Myers Invitational, Sept. 10-11, 2016 (2nd round) 282 (-6) - Rod Myers Invitational, Sept. 10-11, 2016 (3rd round) 284 (-4) - Seminole Intercollegiate, March 10-12, 2017 (3rd round) 285 (-3) - NCAA Championship, May 26-29, 2017 (2nd round) Player low rounds (best 50) 65 (-6) - Harry Ellis, Querencia Cabo Collegiate, Feb. 26-28, 2017 (3rd round) 65 (-6) - Cristobal Del Solar, Cabarrus County Irish Creek Intercolleg., April 8-9, 2017 (2nd round) 66 (-6) - Cristobal Del Solar, Rod Myers Invitational, Sept. 10-11, 2016 (3rd round) 66 (-6) - Harry Ellis, Seminole Intercollegiate, March 10-12, 2017 (2nd round) 66 (-6) - Harry Ellis, NCAA Championship, May 26-29, 2017 (2nd round) 65 (-5) - Cristobal Del Solar, SunTrust Gator Invitational, Feb. 18-19, 2017 (1st round) 66 (-5) - Josh Lee, Cabarrus County Irish Creek Intercolleg., April 8-9, 2017 (1st round) 66 (-5) - Harry Ellis, Washington Regional, May 15-17, 2017 (2nd round) 67 (-5) - Harry Ellis, Seminole Intercollegiate, March 10-12, 2017 (1st round) 67 (-5) - Cristobal Del Solar, ACC Championship, April 21-23 (1st round) 67 (-4) - Josh Lee, Washington Regional, May 15-17, 2017 (1st round) 68 (-4) - Jonathan Keppler, Rod Myers Invitational, Sept. 10-11, 2016 (2nd round) 68 (-4) - Bennett Baker, Seminole Intercollegiate, March 10-12, 2017 (1st round) 68 (-4) - Bennett Baker, Southern Intercollegiate, March 13, 2017 (2nd round) 68 (-4) - Corey Carlson, Southern Intercollegiate, March 13, 2017 (2nd round) 68 (-4) - Harry Ellis, ACC Championship, April 21-23 (1st round) 67 (-3) - Harry Ellis, Sea Best Invitational, Feb. 6-7, 2017 (1st round) 67 (-3) - Cristobal Del Solar, Sea Best Invitational, Feb. 6-7, 2017 (2nd round) 68 (-3) - Bennett Baker, Cabarrus County Irish Creek Intercolleg., April 8-9, 2017 (1st round) 68 (-3) - Bennett Baker, Cabarrus County Irish Creek Intercolleg., April 8-9, 2017 (2nd round) 68 (-3) - Harry Ellis, Cabarrus County Irish Creek Intercolleg., April 8-9, 2017 (2nd round) 68 (-3) - Cristobal Del Solar, Cabarrus County Irish Creek Intercolleg., April 8-9, 2017 (3rd round) 69 (-3) - Corey Carlson, Seminole Intercollegiate, March 10-12, 2017 (1st round) 69 (-3) - Josh Lee, Seminole Intercollegiate, March 10-12, 2017 (1st round) 69 (-3) - Jamie Li, Seminole Intercollegiate, March 10-12, 2017 (2nd round)

PAGE 41 41 2018 MEN’S GOLF GUIDE 2016-17 TOURNAMENT RESULTS Sept.10-11,2016--RodMyersInvitational DukeUniversityGolfClub--Durham,N.C. Par72,7154yards--14teams,82players FloridaState 290 282 282 854 -10 3rd CristobalDelSolar70 71 66 207 -9 t-2nd JonathanKeppler72 68 73 213 -3 7th HarryEllis 75 72 70 217 +1 t-18th JoshLee 73 71 76 220 +4 t-27th BennettBaker# 75 80 72 227 +11 t-58th CoreyCarlson 81 73 73 227 +11 t-58th Sept.16-18,2016--OFCC/FightingIlliniInvitational OlympiaFields--OlympiaFields,Illinois Par70,7353yards--15teams,78players FloridaState 294 286 287 867 +27 5th CristobalDelSolar76 68 69 213 +3 t-12th JoshLee 72 71 71 214 +4 t-15th HarryEllis 74 74 71 219 +9 t-29th CoreyCarlson 72 79 76 227 +17 t-54th JonathanKeppler79 73 81 233 +23 71st Oct.3-4,2016--JerryPateIntercollegiate OldOvertonGolfClub--Birmingham,Ala. Par70,7204yards--12teams,60players FloridaState 291 282 296 869 +29 10th HarryEllis 68 69 71 208 -2 t-5th CristobalDelSolar71 73 73 217 +7 t-24th JoshLee 75 70 74 219 +9 t-28th CoreyCarlson 79 70 78 227 +17 t-53rd JakeCarter 77 73 78 228 +18 t-55th Feb.6-7,2017--SeaBestInvitational TPCSawgrass-Dye’sValley--PonteVedraBeach,Fla. Par70,6873yards--15teams,83players FloridaState 281 281 296 858 +18 t-7th CristobalDelSolar70 67 72 209 -1 7th JoshLee 72 72 73 217 +7 t-25th HarryEllis 67 74 78 219 +9 t-30th JonathanKeppler72 72 75 219 +9 t-30th CoreyCarlson 74 70 76 220 +10 t-36th GreysonPorter# 69 78 85 232 +22 t-72nd Feb.18-19,2017--SunTrustGatorInvitational MarkBostickGolfCourse--Gainesville,Fla. Par70,6701yards--15teams,81players FloridaState 288 290 282 860 +20 5th CristobalDelSolar65 75 70 210 E t-4th HarryEllis 76 69 69 214 +4 t-12th JoshLee 74 72 73 219 +9 t-39th AnthonyAlex 78 74 70 222 +12 t-58th JonathanKeppler73 76 73 222 +12 t-58th JamieLi# 78 77 75 230 +20 77th Feb.26-28,2017--QuerenciaCaboCollegiate LosCabosQuerencia--LosCabos,Mexico Par71,6928yards--15teams,80players FloridaState 288 292 286 866 +14 10th HarryEllis 71 76 65 212 -1 t-21st JonathanKeppler 72 73 72 217 +4 t-35th JoshLee 74 70 73 217 +4 t-35th GreysonPorter 71 73 76 220 +7 t-50th JakeCarter# 70 77 75 222 +9 t-56th CoreyCarlson 75 76 78 229 +16 t-68th March10-12,2017--SeminoleIntercollegiate SouthwoodGolfClub--Tallahassee,Fla. Par72,7172yards--14teams,81players FloridaState 274 278 284 836 -28 t-2nd HarryEllis 67 66 70 203 -13 2nd JonathanKeppler 70 69 69 208 -8 t-8th CoreyCarlson# 69 70 71 210 -6 t-14th BennettBaker 68 72 72 212 -4 t-20th JoshLee 69 71 73 213 -3 t-22nd JamieLi# 71 69 77 217 +1 t-34th JakeCarter 70 78 75 223 +7 t-63rd GreysonPorter# 74 74 77 225 +9 t-69th March13,2017--SouthernIntercollegiate AthensCountryClub--Athens,Ga. Par72,6917yards--15teams,90players FloridaState 289 278 567 -9 2nd CoreyCarlson 71 68 139 -5 t-3rd HarryEllis 71 71 142 -2 t-12th BennettBaker 76 68 144 E t-18th JamieLi# 73 71 144 E t-18th JoshLee 71 74 145 +1 t-23rd JonathanKeppler 79 71 150 +6 t-44th March19-21,2017--ValsparCollegiate Floridian--PalmCity,Fla. Par71,7114yards--14teams,78players FloridaState 303 287 287 877 +25 t-10th JoshLee 75 70 73 218 +5 t-20th CristobalDelSolar74 74 70 218 +5 t-20th JonathanKeppler75 71 75 221 +8 t-35th HarryEllis 79 72 71 222 +9 t-40th CoreyCarlson 82 76 73 231 +18 t-68th April8-9,2017--CabarrusCountyIrishCreekIntercolleg. TheClubatIrishCreek--Kannapolis,N.C. Par71,7099yards--16teams,93players FloridaState 286 273 283 842 -10 3rd CristobalDelSolar72 65 68 205 -8 1st JoshLee 66 69 71 206 -7 2nd BennettBaker# 68 68 75 211 -2 t-10th HarryEllis 73 68 73 214 +1 t-25th JonathanKeppler75 71 73 219 +6 t-47th JamieLi 77 77 71 225 +12 t-74th April21-23--ACCChampionship MusgroveMillGolfCourse--Clinton,S.C. Par72,6951yards--12teams,60players FloridaState 278 300 290 868 +4 4th BennettBaker 70 73 71 214 -2 t-8th CristobalDelSolar67 74 74 215 -1 t-10th HarryEllis 68 79 72 219 +3 t-18th JoshLee 73 74 73 220 +4 t-22nd JonathanKeppler79 80 78 237 +21 t-56th May15-17,2017--WashingtonRegional AldarraGolfClub--Sammamish,Washington Par71,6885yards--14teams,75players FloridaState 278 288 296 862 +10 t-3rd HarryEllis 73 66 71 210 -3 t-5th JoshLee 67 75 73 215 +2 t-15th CristobalDelSolar69 74 76 219 +6 t-26th CoreyCarlson 70 74 77 221 +8 t-29th BennettBaker 72 74 76 222 +9 t-34th May26-29,2017--NCAAChampionship RichHarvestFarms--SugarGrove,Illinois Par72,7300yards--30teams,111players FloridaState 289 285 286 321 1181 +29 t-14th CristobalDelSolar71 70 70 79 290 +2 t-28th CoreyCarlson 71 73 72 78 294 +6 t-43rd HarryEllis 72 66 72 84 294 +6 t-43rd BennettBaker 76 76 75 80 307 +19 t-78th JoshLee 75 79 72 85 311 +23 t-81st

PAGE 42 42 2018 MEN’S GOLF GUIDE CHAMPIONSHIP HISTORY 1948-49 Dixie Conference Championship – 2nd 1949-50 Dixie Conference Championship – 1st 1955-56 NCAA Championship – 5th 1956-57 NCAA Championship – 4th 1957-58 NCAA Championship – 14th 1964-65 NCAA Championship – 6th 1967-68 NCAA Championship – 10th 1968-69 NCAA Championship – 12th 1970-71 NCAA Championship – 17th 1976-77 NCAA Championship – 24th 1977-78 Metro Conference Championship – 1st 1978-79 Metro Conference Championship – 1st NCAA Championship – 18th 1979-80 Metro Conference Championship – 1st NCAA Championship – 14th 1980-81 Metro Conference Championship – 1st NCAA Championship – 15th 1981-82 Metro Conference Championship – 1st NCAA Championship – 26th 1982-83 NCAA Championship – 19th 1983-84 Metro Conference Championship – 1st 1984-85 Metro Conference Championship – 1st 1985-86 Metro Conference Championship – 1st 1986-87 Metro Conference Championship – 1st NCAA Championship – 7th 1987-88 Metro Conference Championship – 3rd 1988-89 Metro Conference Championship – 1st NCAA East Regional – 7th NCAA Championship – 16th 1989-90 Metro Conference Championship – 1st NCAA East Regional – 2nd NCAA Championship – 8th 1990-91 Metro Conference Championship – 2nd NCAA East Regional – 17th 1991-92 ACC Championship – 9th 1992-93 ACC Championship – 8th NCAA East Regional – 16th 1993-94 ACC Championship – 3rd NCAA East Regional – 9th NCAA Championship – 16th 1994-95 ACC Championship – 5th NCAA East Regional – 6th NCAA Championship – 7th 1995-96 ACC Championship – 4th NCAA East Regional – 3rd NCAA Championship – 27th 1996-97 ACC Championship – 5th 1997-98 ACC Championship – 7th NCAA East Regional – 12th 1998-99 ACC Championship – 9th 1999-2000 ACC Championship – 9th 2000-01 ACC Championship – 8th 2001-02 ACC Championship – 6th 2002-03 ACC Championship – 8th 2003-04 ACC Championship – 7th 2004-05 ACC Championship – 7th 2005-06 ACC Championship – 6th NCAA East Regional – 14th 2006-07 ACC Championship – 4th NCAA East Regional – 5th NCAA Championship – 13th 2007-08 ACC Championship – 1st NCAA West Regional – 21st 2008-09 ACC Championship – 10th NCAA Southeast Regional – T7th 2009-10 ACC Championship – 5th NCAA Central Regional – 2nd NCAA Championship – 3rd 2010-11 ACC Championship – 5th NCAA Indiana Regional – T8th 2011-12 ACC Championship – 3rd NCAA Southwest Regional – T3rd NCAA Championship – 8th 2012-13 ACC Championship - T2nd NCAA Tallahassee Regional - 3rd NCAA Championship - T11th 2013-14 ACC Championship - 2nd NCAA Raleigh Regional - 5th NCAA Championship - 24th 2014-15 ACC Championship - 3rd NCAA Chapel Hill Regional - 3rd NCAA Championship - 11th 2015-16 ACC Championship - 3rd NCAA Kohler Regional - T-4th NCAA Championship - T-19th 2016-17 ACC Championship - 4th NCAA Washington Regional - 3rd NCAA Championship - 14th

PAGE 43 43 2018 MEN’S GOLF GUIDE COACHING HISTORY Year Head Coach Asst. Coach Record Wins Top 5 Postseason Finish 1947-48 Ed Burleson - 3-7 - 1948-49 Bob Harbison - 8-1 - 1 Dixie – 2nd 1949-50 Bob Harbison - 6-2-2 1 - Dixie – 1st 1950-51 Bob Harbison - 8-3-1 1 2 - 1951-52 Bob Harbison - 7-8 - 1952-53 Don Veller - 7-5 - 1 - 1953-54 Don Veller - 9-4-1 - 1 - 1954-55 Don Veller - 10-1 - 1 - 1955-56 Don Veller - 11-0 1 2 NCAA – 5th 1956-57 Don Veller - 10-1 1 2 NCAA – 4th 1957-58 Bill Odeneal - 10-7-1 - - NCAA – 14th 1958-59 Bill Odeneal - 8-5-1 1 1 - 1959-60 Bill Odeneal - 9-4-2 - 1960-61 Bill Odeneal - 15-3 - 1961-62 Bill Odeneal - 12-1 - 1962-63 Bill Odeneal - 10-3 - 1963-64 Hugh Durham - 12-0 - 1964-65 Hugh Durham - 8-0 - - NCAA – 6th 1965-66 Hugh Durham - 8-1-1 - 1966-67 Keith Pitchford - 8-1 - 1967-68 Don Veller - 3-3 1 4 NCAA – 10th 1968-69 Don Veller - 5-1 - - NCAA – 12th 1969-70 Scott Fletcher - - 5 7 - 1970-71 Scott Fletcher - 5 NCAA – 17th 1971-72 Scott Fletcher - - 1 4 - 1972-73 Scott Fletcher Mark Gutenburg - - 2 - 1973-74 Don Veller - - 2 4 - 1974-75 Don Veller - 2 - 1975-76 Don Veller - 1 - 1976-77 Don Veller - 1977-78 Don Veller - - 2 2 Metro – 1st 1978-79 Don Veller - - 3 5 Metro – 1st NCAA – 18th 1979-80 Don Veller - - 1 1 Metro – 1st NCAA – 14th 1980-81 Don Veller - - 1 2 Metro – 1st NCAA – 15th 1981-82 Don Veller - - 1 1 Metro – 1st NCAA – 26th 1982-83 Verlyn Giles - - 1 3 NCAA – 19th 1983-84 Verlyn Giles - - 3 8 Metro – 1st 1984-85 Verlyn Giles Debbie Miles - 1 3 Metro – 1st 1985-86 Verlyn Giles Debbie Miles - 1 5 Metro – 1st 1986-87 Verlyn Giles Debbie Miles - 4 11 Metro – 1st NCAA – 7th 1987-88 Verlyn Giles Debbie Miles - - 6 Metro – 3rd 1988-89 Verlyn Giles Debbie Miles - 4 10 Metro – 1st NCAA – 16th 1989-90 Verlyn Giles Debbie Miles - 2 7 Metro – 1st NCAA – 8th 1990-91 Verlyn Giles - - 1 6 Metro – 2nd 1991-92 Ernie Lanford - - 1 3 ACC – 9th 1992-93 Ernie Lanford - - 1 5 ACC – 8th 1993-94 Ernie Lanford Paul Bevan-Thomas - 3 10 ACC – 3rd NCAA – 16th 1994-95 Ernie Lanford - - 4 7 ACC – 5th NCAA – 7th 1995-96 Ernie Lanford Sue Urry - - 5 ACC – 4th NCAA – 27th 1996-97 Ernie Lanford Sue Urry - 1 4 ACC – 5th 1997-98 Ernie Lanford Sue Urry - 1 4 ACC – 7th 1998-99 Ernie Lanford - 1 ACC – 9th 1999-2000 Ernie Lanford David Beck - ACC – 9th 2000-01 Nicky Goetze David Beck - - 1 ACC – 8th 2001-02 Nicky Goetze Mark Donaldson - ACC – 6th 2002-03 Nicky Goetze Mark Donaldson - ACC – 8th 2003-04 Trey Jones Mark Donaldson - ACC – 7th 2004-05 Trey Jones Landry Mahan - - 2 ACC – 7th 2005-06 Trey Jones Landry Mahan - - 4 ACC – 6th 2006-07 Trey Jones Chris Malloy - - 8 ACC – 4th NCAA – 13th 2007-08 Trey Jones Chris Malloy - 3 8 ACC – 1st 2008-09 Trey Jones Chris Malloy - 1 5 ACC – 10th 2009-10 Trey Jones Chris Malloy - 3 10 ACC – 5th NCAA – 3rd 2010-11 Trey Jones Layne Savoie - - 6 ACC – 5th 2011-12 Trey Jones Robert Duck/Lindsay Koth - 2 7 ACC – 3rd NCAA – T8th 2012-13 Trey Jones Robert Duck/Matt Savage - 3 10 ACC - T2nd NCAA - T11th 2013-14 Trey Jones Robert Duck/Matt Savage 0-2 1 7 ACC - 2nd NCAA - 24th 2014-15 Trey Jones Robert Duck/Matt Savage - 6 10 ACC - 3rd NCAA - 11th 2015-16 Trey Jones Robert Duck/Mary Michael Maggio 1-0 1 9 ACC - 3rd NCAA - T19th 2016-17 Trey Jones Robert Duck/Mary Michael Maggio - - 8 ACC - 4th NCAA - 14th Totals 181-63-9 70 244

PAGE 44 44 2018 MEN’S GOLF GUIDE ALL-AMERICANS HALL OF FAME 2017 - Cristobal Del Solar (Golfweek - 3rd; GCAA - 3rd) Harry Ellis (GCAA - HM) 2016 - Hank Lebioda (GCAA - HM) 2015 - Jack Maguire (Golfweek - 1st; GCAA - 2nd) Hank Lebioda (Golfweek - 2nd; GCAA - 2nd) Rowin Caron (Golfweek - 3rd; GCAA - HM) 2014 – Jack Maguire (Golfweek – 2nd; GCAA – 3rd) 2013 – Daniel Berger (GCAA – 1st; Golfweek – 1st) Chase Seifert (Golfweek – HM) 2012 – Brooks Koepka (GCAA – 2nd; Golfweek – 2nd) 2010 – Brooks Koepka ( GCAA – 3rd; Golfweek – HM) Drew Kittleson (GCAA – HM) 2008 – Jonas Blixt (GCAA – 1st; Golfweek – 1st) 2007 – Jonas Blixt (GCAA – 2nd; Golfweek – 2nd) Matt Savage (GCAA – HM) 1998 – George McNeill (GCAA – HM) 1995 – Christian Raynor (GCAA – 2nd) Ken Staton (GCAA – HM) 1994 – Bobby Cochran (GCAA – 1st) 1990 – Andy Purnell (GCAA – HM) Roger Winchester (GCAA – HM) 1989 – Duke Donahue (GCAA – HM) Roger Winchester (GCAA – HM) 1987 – Nolan Henke (GCAA – 1st) 1986 – Nolan Henke (GCAA – HM) 1985 – Nolan Henke (GCAA – HM) 1984 – Brian Kamm (GCAA – HM) 1983 – Greg Fleischer (GCAA – HM) Keith Kulzer (GCAA – HM) 1982 – Steve Keppler (GCAA – 3rd) 1981 – Grant Turner (GCAA – 3rd) 1980 – Paul Dowes (GCAA – HM) 1979 – Grant Turner (GCAA – 3rd) 1977 – Kenny Knox (GCAA – HM) 1975 – Todd Crandall (GCAA – HM) 1974 – Todd Crandall (GCAA – HM) 1968 – Hubert Green (GCAA – 2nd) 1967 – Hubert Green (GCAA – HM) 1966 – Denny Lyons (GCAA – HM) 1965 – Denny Lyons (GCAA – HM) 1958 – Bob Shave (GCAA – 2nd) 2012 - Christian Raynor 2010 - Bobby Cochran 2009 - Bob Shave 1997 - Nolan Henke 1990 – Kenny Knox 1989 –Jeff Sluman 1988 – Paul Azinger 1984 - Dr. Don Veller 1983 – Jack Veghte 1979 – Downing Gray 1977 – Hubert Green Brooks Koepka Bob Shave Christian Raynor George McNeill Hubert Green Don Veller

PAGE 45 45 2018 MEN’S GOLF GUIDE ALL-TIME LETTERWINNERS A Robert Abbott (83) Matt Ackley (99, 00, 02) Matt Adcock (02, 03) Richard Aldred (63) Anthony Alex (14, 15, 16, 17) Dennis Allen (74) Tim Allen (76) John Allgood (74) Mark Alwin (71, 72) Terry Anton (76) Sean Ashby (94, 95) Tommy Aycock (83) John Ayers (53, 54) Paul Azinger (81, 82, 83) B Bennett Baker (16, 17) James Baker (94, 95, 96) Tyler Bakich (16) Anthony Ballestero (87, 88, 91) Joseph Bassett (50) Bred Baumgardner (83, 84) William Baxter (80) Roy Beall (63) Eric Beaty (02, 03) David Beck (86, 87, 88, 89) Marcus Beck (76, 80) Alan Beers (02, 03, 04) Daniel Berger (12,13) Bryan Bergeron, Jr. (62) Theodore Berghaus II (69) John Bernreuter III (71) Charles“Bunk”Berry(55,56,57) John “Bunk” Berry (55, 56, 57) Nathan Bertsch (96, 97, 98) Dave Bianchi (71, 72) Mark Blair (63, 64, 65) Jonas Blixt (05, 06, 07, 08) Talley Bludworth (53) David Boeff (79, 80, 81) Richard Bogdanoff (75) William Boutwell III (66) Rudy Boyd (53) Guy Bradley (98, 99, 00) Ivan Brennan (06) Terry Brimmer (63, 64, 65) Paul Brown (80, 81, 82, 83) Todd Brown (88) Joseph “Butch” Bundy (94) Dave Burgess (80) Tom Butscher (81) James Byrd (09) C John Calabria (71) Jack Campbell (48) Richard Campbell (74) Russell Cappelen (74) Corey Carlson (16, 17) Rowin Caron (13, 14, 15, 16) Don Carpenter (94, 95) Steve Carrington (94, 95) Jake Carter (17) Chris Cavanagh (91, 92, 93) Michael Cheek (70) Lee Chill (79) Randy Church (53) Kyle Cobb (10, 11, 12) Bobby Cochran (91, 92, 93, 94) CraigCochran(94,95,96,97,98) ThomasCochran(94,95,96,97,98) James Conace (68) Brian Cook (94) Hal Cook, Jr. (76, 77) Allen Cooke (77) Todd Crandall (72) Jeremy Cranford (94, 95, 96) Bob Crawford (55) Ronald Crim (69) Jim Crowley (79, 80, 81) William Crusselle, Jr. (72) Tom Cumbie (52) Charles Cunningham, Jr. (57) Peter “Chip” Curley (76, 77) Pete Curry, Jr. (68) D Ray Daley, Jr. (63) Robert Daniel (56) John Danielson (63, 64, 65) Douglas A. Davis (91) Douglas Davis (63) Jacob Davis (05, 06) William Davis (71) Miles Dean (50) Cristobal Del Solar (14, 15, 16, 17) Willis Denmark III (71, 72) Carl Dicesare (69) Osvaldo Domenech (70) Donald Donahue (87, 88, 89) MarkDonaldson(98,99,00,01) Johnny Doppelt (79) Paul Downes (79, 80, 81) Jason Doyle (91, 92, 93, 94) Richard Dunlap (61) Bobby Dunn (55) William Dunn (65) James Duval (67) Robert Duval (76) John Dyal (71) Barry Dyche (94, 95, 96, 97) E Vernon Edgar, Jr. (56) Harry Ellis (14, 16, 17) Joseph Endry (65) Collin Engelhardt (13, 14) John Eu (81) Robert“Chad”Eunice(91,92,93) F Ryan Felty (96, 97, 98, 99) Jacob Ferenz (74) Doug Fischesser (72, 73, 74, 75) James Fitzpatrick (97) Greg Fleisher (83, 84) Melvyn Fleisher (59) Barry Fleming (74, 75) Richard Fletcher (78) Scott Fletcher Doug Flynn (88) John Foster (76) Ashley Fraleigh (61) Ashley Fraleigh, Jr. (85) John Fraleigh (61) Barry Franzese (71) Thomas Freeman (50) Richard Fulford (94, 95) Fed Fulton (73) G Greg Garde (83, 84, 85, 86) Mike Gavalas (71, 72) Al Giebler (99, 00, 01, 02) Verlyn Giles Johnny Goodwin (71, 72, 73, 74) Lowell R. Goldman (65) Mark Goldman (69) William Gordon (73) Peter Gottschalk (64) Vincent Graffeo (95) Wesley Graham (09, 10, 11, 12) Mike Grant (79, 80, 81) Downing Gray, Jr. (59, 60, 61) Steve Greek (83, 84, 85, 86) Hubert Green (68) Dick Grout (72) Mark Guttenberg (74) H Tom Hall (53, 54, 55, 56) Corey Hamlin (91, 92, 93, 94) Kris Hannah (98, 99, 00, 01) Bob Harbison (53) Steve Hart (79) Bob Harwood (53) Dick Hauff (55) Brian Hawver (98) Kim Heisler (72, 74) Bjorn Hellgren (11) Nolan Henke (83, 84, 85, 87) Earle Henn, Jr.

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PAGE 46 46 2018 MEN’S GOLF GUIDE YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS 2016-17 Results Sept. 10-11 Rod Myers Invitational 3/14 Sept. 16-18 Fighting Illini Invitational 5/15 Oct. 3-4 Jerry Pate Intercollegiate 10/12 Feb. 6-7 Sea Best Invitational 7/15 Feb. 18-19 SunTrust Gator Invitational 5/15 Feb. 26-28 Querencia Cabo Collegiate 10/15 March 10-12 Seminole Intercollegiate 2/14 March 13 Southern Intercollegiate 2/15 March 19-21 Valspar Intercollegiate 10/14 April 8-9 Irish Creek Collegiate 3/16 April 21-23 ACC Championship 4/12 May 15-17 NCAA Washington Regional 3/14 May 26-29 NCAA Championships 14/30 2015-16 Results Sept. 18-20 Olympia Fields Invitational 1/15 Sept. 25-26 DICK’s Collegiate Cup 3/12 Oct. 5-6 Jerry Pate Intercollegiate 4/12 Oct. 16-18 U.S. Collegiate Championship 4/17 Feb. 20-21 SunTrust Invitational 4/14 Feb. 28-Mar 1 Querencia Cabo Collegiate 7/15 March 11-12 Seminole Intercollegiate 2/14 March 21-22 Valspar Invitational 11/15 April 9-10 Irish Creek Collegiate 4/16 April 22-24 ACC Championships 3/12 May 16-18 NCAA Kohler Regional T4/13 May 27-29 NCAA Championships T19/30 2014-15 Results Sept. 12-14 Olympia Fields Invitational 2/15 Oct. 6-7 Jerry Pate Intercollegiate 2/12 Oct. 19-21 Tavistock Collegiate Invit. 1/15 Oct. 27-28 FGCU Classic at Old Corkscrew 1/14 Feb. 2-3 Sea Best Invitational 5/15 Feb. 14-15 Gator Invitational 3/14 March 1-3 Querencia Cabo Collegiate 1/14 March 13-15 Seminole Intercollegiate 1/17 March 23-24 Valspar Invitational 1/13 April 6-7 Gary Koch Intercollegiate 1/13 April 24-26 ACC Championships 3/13 May 14-16 NCAA Chapel Hill Regional 3/13 May 29-June 1 NCAA Championships 11/30 2013-14 Results Sept. 13-15 Fighting Illini Invitational 11/15 Oct. 4-6 Brickyard Collegiate Champ. T6/14 Oct. 14-15 Crooked Stick Intercollegiate 4/14 Oct. 20-22 Isleworth Collegiate Invit. 4/15 Feb. 15-16 Gator Invitational 2/14 March 2-4 USF Invitational 1/17 March 14-15 Seminole Intercollegiate T2/13 March 24-25 Valspar Collegiate Invit. T7/15 April 4-6 Mason Rudolph Champ. 8/14 April 19 Capital City Club Match Play 4th April 25-27 ACC Championships 2/12 May 15-17 NCAA Raleigh Regional 5/13 May 23-26 NCAA Championships 24/30 2012-13 Results Sept. 17-18 Inverness Intercollegiate T2/10 Sept. 23-25 PING-Golfweek Preview 14/15 Sept. 30-Oct. 2 Fighting Illini Invitational 3/14 Oct. 14-16 Querencia Cabo Collegiate 4/12 Feb. 9-10 Gator Invitational 1/14 March 3-5 USF Invitational 3/17 March 15-17 Seminole Intercollegiate 1/11 March 24-26 C&F Bank Intercollegiate T2/32 April 8-9 Gary Koch Invitational 1/14 April 26-28 ACC Championships T2/11 May 16-18 NCAA Tallahassee Regional 3/13 May 28-30 NCAA Championship T11/30 2011-12 Results Sept. 16-18 Olympia Fields Invitational 6/15 Oct. 7-9 Brickyard Collegiate 2/15 Oct. 23-25 U.S. Collegiate 11/14 Feb. 11-12 Gator Invitational 5/14 March 4-6 USF Invitational 10/17 March 9-11 Seminole Intercollegiate 1/18 March 23-25 FAU Spring Break Invitational 1/15 April 7-8 Gary Koch Intercollegiate 5/15 April 20-22 ACC Championship 3/11 May 17-19 NCAA Southwest Regional T3/14 May 29-June 3 NCAA Division I Championship T8/30 2010-11 Results Sept. 17-19 Olympia Fields Invitational 14/15 Oct. 2-3 Gary Koch Invitational 5/12 Oct. 8-10 Brickyard Invitational 3/15 Oct. 24-26 U.S. Collegiate Championship T9/15 Feb. 2-4 Amer Ari Invitational 19/20 Feb. 12-13 SunTrust Gator Invitational 7/14 March 4-6 USF Invitational 2/21 March 11-13 Seminole Intercollegiate 3/17 March 27-29 Linger Longer Invitational 5/13 April 8-10 Thunderbird Invitational 8/13 April 22-24 ACC Championship 5/11 May 19-21 NCAA Indiana Regional T8/14 2009-10 Results Aug. 30-Sept. 1 GolfWeek Collegiate Challenge 1/15 Sept. 18-20 Olympia Fields Invitational 5/15 Oct. 3-4 Gary Koch Intercollegiate 1/15 Oct. 10-12 Brickyard Intercollegiate T7/15 Feb. 3-5 Mauna Lani Invitational 10/22 Feb. 13-15 Gator Invitational 2/14 March 12-14 Seminole Intercollegiate 1/14 March 26-28 Linger Longer Invitational 7/16 April 9-10 Wolfpack Invitational 4/18 April 23-25 ACC Championship 5/11 May 6 Golden Ocala Invitational 3/5 May 20-22 NCAA Central Regional 2/14 2008-09 Results Sept. 19-21 Olympia Fields Invitational 7/15 Sept. 28-30 PING / GolfWeek Preview 10/15 Oct. 11-13 Brickyard Collegiate 4/15 Feb. 4-6 Hawaii-Hilo Invitational 10/17 Feb. 14-15 Gator Invitational 4/14 March 6-8 Seminole Intercollegiate 3/12 March 12 FSU Spring Break Invitational 1/6 March 22-24 Callaway Match Play Champ T2 April 5-7 US Collegiate Championship 15/15 April 17-19 ACC Championship 10/11 May 14-16 NCAA Southeast Regional T7/14 2007-08 Results Sept. 10-11 Inverness Intercollegiate 1/16 Sept. 22-23 PING / Golf Week Preview 7/15 Sept. 30-Oct. 1 Fighting Illini Invitational 4/12 Oct. 21-23 Isleworth /UCF Coll. Invit. 14/18 Oct. 28-30 Callaway Match Play Champ. 3-1 Feb. 9-10 SunTrust Gator Invitational 2/14 March 2-3 Seminole Intercollegiate 1/12 March 9-10 General Jim Hackler Invit. 2/15 March 24-26 U.S. Collegiate Champ. 5/15 April 11-13 River Landing Intercollegiate 5/15 April 18-20 ACC Championship 1/11 May 15-17 NCAA West Regional 21/27 2006-07 Results Sept. 11-12 Inverness Intercollegiate 9/15 Sept. 25-26 Shoal Creek Intercollegiate 3/15 Oct. 9-10 Fighting Irish Gridiron Classic 4/12 Oct. 22-24 Isleworth/UCF Coll. Invit. 8/18 Feb. 10-11 SunTrust Gator Invitational 2/14 March 4-6 Seminole Intercollegiate 9/15 March 25-27 Hootie at Bulls Bay Invitational 3/15 April 9-11 U.S. Collegiate Championship 15/15 April 20-22 ACC Championship T4/11 May 13-14 Linger Longer Invitational 3/15 May 17-19 NCAA East Regional 5/27 May 30-June 2 NCAA Division I Champ. T13/30 2005-06 Results Sept. 12-13 Tennessee Tourn. of Champ. 3/14 Sept. 26-27 Shoal Creek Intercollegiate 8/15 Oct. 10-11 Gary Koch–Clevel.Golf Invit. 8/12 Oct. 15-16 The Ridges Intercollegiate T10/15 Feb. 18-19 Gator Invitational 3/14 Feb. 27-28 Lexus/Naples Intercollegiate 2/12 March 5-7 Seminole Intercollegiate 11/13 March 12-13 General Jim Hackler Invit. T4/13 March 26-28 Hootie at Bulls Bay Invitational 11/15 April 10-11 U.S. Collegiate Championship 13/13 April 21-23 ACC Championship 6/11 May 14-15 Linger Longer Invitational 6/12 May 18-20 NCAA Regionals 14/16 2004-05 Results Sept. 11-12 The Ridges Intercollegiate T15/15 Sept. 27-28 Mason Rudolph Intercollegiate T4/15 Oct. 11-12 Gary Koch–Clevel.Golf Invit. T14/15 Oct. 25-26 Isleworth Coll. Invitational 12/16 Nov. 5-7 Carpet Capital Collegiate 18/18 Feb. 5-6 Gator Invitational 3/15 Feb. 20-22 Mercedes Benz Coll. Champ. 17/17 March 6-8 Seminole Intercollegiate 6/12 March 27-29 Hootie At Bulls Bay Invit. 11/15 April 8-9 Courtyard By Marriott Inter. 8/15 April 15-17 ACC Championship 7/10 2003-04 Results Sept. 8-9 Kiawah Island Intercollegiate 7/14 Sept. 22-23 Mason Rudolph Champ. T11/18 Oct. 20-21 Gary Koch–Clevel.Golf Invit. 9/15 Nov. 1-2 Landfall Tradition 10/12 Jan. 31-Feb. 1 Sun Trust Gator Invitational T7/15 Feb. 8-10 Mercedes Benz Coll. Champ. 17/18 March 1-2 Seminole Intercollegiate 6/12 March 15-16 Palmetto Intercollegiate 11/14 March 29-30 Atlanta Intercollegiate 10/12 April 9-11 Billy Hitchcock Intercollegiate 6/12 April 16-18 ACC Championship 7/9 2002-03 Results Sept. 9-10 Kiawah Island Invitational 9/15 Sept. 16-17 Mason Rudolph Championship 7/11 Sept. 30-Oct. 1 The Windon Memorial Classic 10/13 Oct. 14-15 Gary Koch–Clevel.Golf Invit. 10/15 Oct. 21-22 Coca-Cola Tourn. of Champi. 11/14 Feb. 8-9 Gator Invitational 10/14 Feb. 17-18 Mercedes Benz Coll. Champ. 15/15 March 10-11 Seminole Intercollegiate T8/15 March 17-18 Palmetto Intercollegiate 8/15 April 11-13 Billy Hitchcock Intercollegiate T8/12 April 18-20 ACC Championship 8/9 May 8-10 Atlanta Intercollegiate 11/12 2001-02 Results Sept. 10-11 Kiawah Island Intercollegiate 13/15 Sept. 17-18 Mason Rudolph Collegiate 11/12 Oct. 15-16 Gary Koch–Clevel.Golf Invit. 9/15 Oct. 22-23 Tenn. Tourn. of Champions 13/15 Oct. 29-30 Country Club of La. Inter. 14/15 Feb. 9-10 Gator Invitational 11/15 Feb. 18-19 Mercedes-Benz Collegiate 11/15 March 11-12 Seminole Intercollegiate 11/15 March 18-19 Cleveland Golf Collegiate 11/15 April 5-7 Billy Hitchcock Intercollegiate 6/12 Apr. 19-21 ACC Championship 6/9 May 9-10 Atlanta Intercollegiate 9/9 2000-01 Results Sept. 11-12 Kiawah Island Invitational 10/15 Sept. 18-19 Coca-Cola Tourn. of Champ. 10/14 Oct. 16-17 Gary Koch–Clevel.Golf Invit. 7/15

PAGE 47 47 2018 MEN’S GOLF GUIDE YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS Oct. 30-31 Country Club of Louisiana 13/15 Feb. 13-14 Beau Rivage College Classic 12/16 Feb. 19-20 Mercedes-Benz Collegiate 15/15 March 5-6 LSU Spring Invititational 7/18 March 13-14 Seminole Intercollegiate T7/18 March 23-25 Alabama Spring Invitational 10/15 April 6-8 Billy Hitchcock Intercollegiate 9/14 April 20-22 ACC Championships 8/9 May 13-14 Cavalier Classic 3/4 1999-2000 Results Oct. 13-14 Tenn. Tournament of Champ. 10th Oct. 25-26 Gary Koch–Clevel.Golf Invit. 13th Nov. 1-2 LSU Intercollegiate 8th Feb. 7-8 Bridges All-American Inter. 13th Feb. 21-22 Mercedes-Benz Collegiate 15th Feb. 27-29 Puerto Rico Classic 14th March 6-7 Seminole Classic 11th April 7-9 Billy Hitchcock Intercollegiate 12th April 28-30 ACC Championship 9th May 8-9 Atlanta Intercollegiate T9th 1998-99 Results Sept. 14-15 Palmetto Classic 14th Sept. 19-20 Keswick Club Classic 10th Oct. 5-6 Tenn. Tournament of Champ. 14th Oct. 26-27 LSU Intercollegiate 11th Feb. 8-9 Bridges All-American 14th Feb. 21-23 Puerto Rico Classic 15th Feb. 28-March 1Mercedes-Benz Collegiate 16th March 9-10 Seminole Classic 12th April 2-4 US Collegiate Championship 12th April 9-11 Billy Hitchcock Intercollegiate 5th April 16-18 ACC Championship 9th 1997-98 Results Sept. 19-20 Cavalier Classic 7th Sept. 29-30 Tennessee Tourn. of Champ. 6th Oct. 13-14 Kroger Intercollegiate 7th Oct. 27-28 Country Club of Louisiana 8th Feb. 16-17 Bridges All-American Inter. 8th Feb. 28-March 2Mercedes-Benz Coll. Champ. 4th March 10-11 Seminole Classic 2nd March 20-22 Alabama Spring Invitational 2nd April 3-5 US Collegiate Championship 1st April 10-12 Billy Hitchcock Intercollegiate 6th April 17-19 ACC Championship 7th May 14-16 NCAA East Regional 12th 1996-97 Results Sept. 21-22 Keswick Club Cavalier Classic 10th Sept. 30-Oct. 1 Tenn. Tournament of Champ. 13th Oct. 28-29 LSU Intercollegiate 10th Feb. 8-9 Gator Invitational 8th Feb. 21-23 Mercedes-Benz Championship 1st March 3-4 Bridges All-American Inter. 5th March 9-10 Killearn Seminole Classic 6th March 21-23 Alabama Spring Invitational 5th April 5-6 Cleveland Classic 9th April 11-13 Hitchcock Intercollegiate 8th April 18-20 ACC Championship 5th 1995-96 Results Sept. 17-18 Reliastar Collegiate 8th Oct. 1-2 Tenn. Tournament of Champ. T4th Oct. 22-24 Jerry Pate Invitational T9th Oct. 30-31 Country Club of Louisiana 8th Feb. 23-25 Mercedes-Benz Collegiate T6th March 1-3 Imperial Lakes Classic T8th March 11-12 Killearn Seminole Classic 3rd March 22-24 Blue-Gray Intercollegiate T8th April 5-7 Cleveland Classic 6th April 19-21 ACC Championship 4th May 9-10 Liberty Classic 5th May 16-18 NCAA East Regional 3rd May 29-June 1 NCAA Championship 27th 1994-95 Results Oct. 2-3 Tenne. Tournament of Champ. 10th Oct. 16-18 Jordan Intercollegiate 3rd Oct. 31-Nov. 1 LSU Intercollegiate 8th Nov. 11-13 Golf World Invitational 10th Nov. 28-30 UNLV Rebel Classic 12th Feb. 24-26 Mercedes-Benz Championship 1st March 3-4 Imperial Lakes Golf Classic 3rd March 13-14 Seminole Classic 1st April 1-3 Augusta College Invitational 1st April 14-16 ACC Championship 5th May 14-15 Wofford Invitational 1st May 18-20 NCAA East Regional 6th May 31-June 3 NCAA Championship 7th 1993-94 Results Sept. 20-21 Kiawah Island Intercollegiate 9th Oct. 3-4 Tenn. Tournament of Champ. 5th Oct. 18-19 Dixie Intercollegiate 1st Nov. 1-2 LSU Intercollegiate 2nd Feb. 27-28 Queen’s Harbor 4th March 4-6 Imperial Lakes Golf Classic 1st March 14-15 Seminole Classic 2nd March 25-27 Southeastern Invitational 3rd April 1-3 Cleveland Classic 2nd April 15-17 ACC Championship 3rd May 13-14 Wofford Invitational 1st May 19-21 NCAA East Regional 9th June 1-4 NCAA Championship 16th 1992-93 Results Oct. 19-20 Dixie Intercollegiate 6th Oct. 31-Nov. 1 South Alabama Invitational 11th Nov. 7-8 Florida Intercollegiate 2nd Feb. 21-22 Gator Invitational 6th Feb. 26-28 South Florida Invitational 4th March 5-7 Imperial Lakes Golf Classic 2nd March 14-16 Queen’s Harbor Invitational 6th March 26-27 Southeastern Intercollegiate 1st April 3-4 Augusta / Cleveland Classic 10th April 16-18 ACC Championship 8th May 8-9 Palmetto Intercollegiate 3rd May 19-21 NCAA East Regional 16th 1991-92 Results Sept. 21-22 Carpet Capital Classic 18th Nov. 1-3 Florida State Intercollegiate 1st Feb. 8-9 Gator Invitational 6th Feb. 28-March 1National Collegiate Invite 9th March 6-8 Imperial Lakes Golf Classic 4th March 20-21 Southeastern Intercollegiate 4th April 4-5 Augusta Invitational 15th April 17-19 Kemira Intercollegiate Invite 9th May 12-13 Iron Duke Classic 7th May 15-16 ACC Championship 9th 1990-91 Results Sept. 9-10 Jack Nicklaus Invitational 10th Oct. 15-16 Red River Golf Classic 11th Nov. 4-5 Florida State Intercollegiate 2nd Nov. 16-18 Golf World Collegiate 17th Feb. 22-24 Red River Classic 11th March 1-3 Imperial Lakes Golf Classic 7th March 11-12 UCF Golf Classic 4th March 22-24 Southeastern Intercollegiate 4th April 6-7 Forest Hills Invitational 1st April 19-21 Bank South Invitational 3rd May 12-14 Metro Championship 2nd May 23-25 NCAA East Regional 17th 1989-90 Results Sept. 23-24 Golfweek International 3rd Oct. 3-4 LSU Invitational 6th Oct. 16-17 Red River Classic 12th Nov. 6-7 Florida Intercollegiate 3rd Nov. 16-18 Palmetto Dunes Collegiate 16th Feb. 23-25 National Collegiate Invite 11th March 2-4 Florida Southern Golf Classic 1st March 12-13 UCF Golf Classic 3rd March 23-25 Southeastern Intercollegiate 12th April 6-8 Jerry Pate Intercollegiate 5th April 21-22 Bank South Eagle Invitational 10th May 10-12 Metro Championship 1st May 24-26 NCAA East Regional 2nd June 6-9 NCAA Championship 8th 1988-89 Results Oct. 2-4 Tenn. Tournament of Champ. 4th Oct. 25-27 Dixie Invitational 3rd Nov. 3-5 Florida State Championship 2nd Feb. 17-19 Doral Park Invitational 3rd Feb. 27-28 Seminole Classic 1st March 3-5 Florida Southern Classic 11th March 24-26 Southeastern Invitational 1st April 13-15 Jerry Pate Invitational 1st April 21-23 Chris Schenkel Invitational 5th April 27-30 Billy Hitchcock Invitational 3rd May 12-14 Metro Championship 1st May 25-27 NCAA East Regional 7th June 7-10 NCC Championship 16th 1987-88 Results Oct. 24-25 Dixie Intercollegiate 2nd Nov. 6-7 State Championships 3rd Nov. 20-22 Palmetto Dunes Invitational 15th Feb. 5-7 National Collegiate Invitational 5th Feb. 25-27 Seminole Golf Classic 4th March 4-6 Imperial Lakes Invitational 10th March 25-27 Southeastern Invitational 12th April 15-17 Jerry Pate Invitational 8th April 22-24 Chris Schenkel Intercollegiate 13th April 30-May 2 Billy Hitchcock Invitational 4th May 12-14 Metro Championship 3rd 1986-87 Results Sept. 30-Oct. 1 LSU Invitational 5th Oct. 13-14 Hillman-Robbins Invitational 1st Oct. 25-26 Dixie Intercollegiate 3rd Nov. 7-8 Florida Intercollegiate 1st Feb. 4-7 Doral Invitational 9th Feb. 20-22 Seminole Golf Classic 3rd March 5-8 Imperial Lakes Invitational 3rd March 20-22 South Florida Invitational 2nd March 27-29 Southeastern Invitational 1st April 10-12 Jerry Pate Invitational 2nd April 24-26 Chris Schenkel Invitational 3rd May 14-17 Metro Championship 1st June 10-13 NCAA Championship 7th 1985-86 Results Sept. 27-29 Forest Hills Invitational 3rd Oct. 7-9 LSU National Invitational 13th Nov. 8-10 State Championships 3rd Feb. 14-16 Gator Invitational 7th Feb. 21-23 Seminole Invitational 3rd Feb. 28-March 2Imperial Lakes Invitational 10th March 21-23 South Florida Invitational 7th March 28-30 Southeastern Invitational 4th April 25-27 Chris Schenkel Invitational 9th May 9-11 Metro Championship 1st 1984-85 Results Oct. 3-5 LSU National Invitational 10th Oct. 12-14 Andy Bean Intercollegiate 11th Feb. 15-17 Gator Invitational 11th Feb. 22-24 Seminole Classic 2nd March 1-3 Imperial Lakes Classic 12th March 13-15 Panhandle Intercollegiate 2nd March 22-24 South Florida Invitational 8th March 29-31 Southeastern Intercollegiate 6th April 26-28 Chris Schenkel Invitational 17th May 10-12 Metro Championship 1st 1983-84 Results Fall 1983 LSU Invitational 2nd Fall 1983 Andy Bean Invitational 7th Fall 1983 Dixie International 5th Fall 1983 State Championship 1st Feb. 9-11 International Intercollegiate 13th Feb. 17-19 Gator Invitational 4th Feb. 24-26 Seminole Classic 1st March 2-4 Imperial Lakes Invitational 11th March 14-16 Panhandle Intercollegiate 4th March 23-25 South Florida Invitational 3rd March 29-April 1Southeastern Intercollegiate 7th April 27-29 Chris Schenkel Invitational 6th May 11-13 Metro Championship 1st 1982-83 Results Fall 1983 LSU Invitational 9th Fall 1983 Andy Bean Invitational 4th Fall 1983 Dixie Intercollegiate 2nd Fall 1983 State Championship 1st Feb. 10-12 International Invitational N/A Feb. 18-20 Gator Invitational N/A Feb. 25-27 Seminole Invitational N/A March 4-6 Imperial Lakes Invitational N/A March 15-18 Panhandle Invitational N/A March 25-27 Southern Jr-Sr Collegiate N/A April 1-3 Southeastern Intercollegiate N/A April 22-24 Chris Schenkel Invitational N/A May 19-21 Southern Intercollegiate N/A June 8-11 NCAA Championship 19th

PAGE 48 48 2018 MEN’S GOLF GUIDE YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS 1981-82 Results Oct. 7-9 LSU Invitational N/A Oct. 23-25 Grenelefe Intercollegiate N/A Nov. 20-22 Dixie Intercollegiate N/A Feb. 5-7 Gator Invitational N/A Feb. 11-13 International Intercollegiate N/A No Date Seminole Classic N/A March 5-7 Imperial Lakeland Classic N/A March 26-28 Junior-Senior Invitational N/A April 2-5 Southeastern Intercollegiate N/A April 23-25 Chris Schenkel Invitational N/A May 6-8 Southern Intercollegiate N/A May 14-16 Metro Championship N/A May 26-29 NCAA Championship 26th 1980-81 Results Oct. 6-10 Jim Corbett Intercollegiate N/A Oct. 22-26 Andy Bean Intercollegiate 2nd Nov. 6-8 Florida State Intercollegiate N/A Nov. 13-16 Dixie Intercollegiate N/A Feb. 5-7 Intercollegiate International 4th Feb. 13-15 Gator Invitational 1st Feb. 27-March 1Seminole Intercollegiate 2nd March 23-25 Pinehurst Intercollegiate 1st March 27-29 Southern Junior-Senior 1st April 3-5 Southeastern Intercollegiate 2nd April 24-26 Chris Schenkel Intercollegiate 9th May 14-17 Metro Championship 1st May 27-30 NCAA Championship 15th 1979-80 Results Oct. 10-12 Jim Corbett Invitational N/A Oct. 26-28 Cypress Garden Invitational N/A Nov. 16-18 Dixie Intercollegiate N/A Feb. 22-24 Gator Invitational 2nd Feb. 29-March 2Seminole Intercollegiate 3rd March 11-13 Pinehurst Intercollegiate 10th March 28-30 Junior-Senior Intercollegiate 2nd April 4-6 Southeastern Intercollegiate N/A April 25-27 Chris Schenkel Intercollegiate 10th May 1-3 Southern Intercollegiate 3rd May 9-11 Metro Championship N/A May 28-31 NCAA Championship 14th 1978-79 Results Oct. 26-29 Cypress Gardens Invitational N/A Nov. 8-11 Florida Intercollegiate N/A Feb. 16-18 Gator Invitational 5th March 2-4 Seminole Classic 8th March 22-24 Furman Invitational 11th March 28-31 Cape Coral Classic 2nd April 13-15 Prudential Intercollegiate 1st April 27-29 Chris Schenkel Invitational 1st May 11-13 Metro Championship 1st May 23-26 NCAA Championship 18th 1977-78 Results Oct. 27-30 Cypress Gardens Invitational N/A Nov. 10-12 Florida Intercollegiate N/A Feb. 10-12 Gator Invitational N/A Feb. 24-26 Seminole Classic 1st March 23-25 Furman Intercollegiate N/A March 29-April 1GAC Intercollegiate Classic N/A April 21-23 Chris Schenkel Invitational N/A April 27-29 Southern Intercollegiate N/A May 12-14 Metro Championship N/A June 7-10 NCAA Championship N/A 1976-77 Results April 13-16 Houston All-American 8th April 21-24 Chris Schenkel Intercollegiate 7th June 8-11 NCAA Championship 24th 1975-76 Results Sept. 26-28 Dixie Intercollegiate N/A Nov. 6-8 Florida Intercollegiate N/A Feb. 27-29 Seminole Golf Classic 2nd March 31-April 3Cape Coral Classic N/A April 14-17 Houston All-American 13th April 23-25 Chris Schenkel Intercollegiate N/A May 13-15 Southern Independent N/A May 27-29 Southern Intercollegiate N/A June 9-12 NCAA Championship N/A 1974-75 Results Oct. 11-14 Dixie Intercollegiate N/A Nov. 8-10 Florida Intercollegiate 2nd Feb. 28-March 2Seminole Classic 4th March 24-27 Southeastern Intercollegiate 6th April 16-19 All-American Intercollegiate 12th April 25-27 Chris Schenkel Intercollegiate 13th May 16-18 Southern Independents N/A 1973-74 Results Sept. 27-30 All-Dixie Intercollegiate 12th Oct. 26-28 LSU Invitational 8th Nov. 6-10 Florida Intercollegiate 2nd Nov. 28-30 Tulane Invitational 4th March 3-5 FSU Invitational N/A March 17-18 Crystal River Intercollegiate 1st March 21-23 Southeast Intercollegiate 1st April 17-20 Houston All-American 14th April 26-28 Chris Schenkel Intercollegiate N/A May 18-20 Independent Intercollegiate N/A 1972-73 Results Sept. 28-Oct. 1 All-Dixie Intercollegiate N/A Nov. 9-11 Florida Intercollegiate N/A Nov. 29-Dec. 1 Tulane Invitational 3rd Jan. 24-27 Placid Lakes Tournament N/A March 1-4 FSU Invitational 6th March 21-24 Miami Invitational N/A March 28-31 Cape Coral Tournament 2nd April 12-15 Houston All-American 13th April 21-22 Chris Schenkel Tournament N/A June 20-23 NCAA Championship N/A 1971-72 Results Sept. 29-Oct. 3 All-Dixie Intercollegiate 9th Oct. 30-Nov. 2 LSU Invitational 5th Dec. 2-7 Hollywood Invitational 1st Jan. 7-8 Senior Bowl 6th Feb. 17-19 Florida Intercollegiate 3rd March 3-5 Seminole Invitational 2nd March 17-20 Florida Atlantic N/A March 22-25 Miami Invitational N/A April 12-15 Houston All-American N/A June 7-10 Southeastern Amateur N/A 1970-71 Results Jan. 7-8 Senior Bowl 2nd Feb. 18-20 Florida Intercollegiate 2nd March 5-7 Seminole Invitational 2nd March 9-10 Freshman Tournament N/A March 24-26 West Florida Tournament 2nd March 31-April 3GAC Intercollegiate Classic 4th April 23-24 Chris Schenkel Intercollegiate N/A April 21-25 Tallahassee Open N/A May 8-10 Univ. of Georgia Tournament N/A June 21-26 NCAA Championship 17th 1969-70 Results No Date Florida Intercollegiate 1st No Date Miami Invitational 2nd No Date Cape Coral Invitational 1st No Date Seminole Invitational 1st No Date Houston All-American 3rd No Date Auburn/FAMU Three Way 1st No Date Calloway Gardens 1st 1968-69 Results No Date Jacksonville W 443-468 Feb. 14-15 Florida W 16-11 Feb. 19-21 J’ville (Tri-Match) W 444-467 Feb. 19-21 J’ville NAS (Tri-Match) W 444-471 March 6-8 Florida L 443-430 April 24-26 Auburn W 350-372 June 24-28 NCAA Championship 12th 1967-68 Results Feb. 9-10 Jacksonville W 23-4 Feb. 17-18 Florida Intercollegiate 2nd March 1-2 Florida L 12-15 March 21-23 Cape Coral Invitational 2nd March 27-30 Miami Invitational 1st April 4-6 Jacksonville (Tri-Match) W 368-411 April 4-6 Florida (Tri-Match) L 368-356 April 11-12 LSU Invitational 5th April 27-29 Auburn L 371-370 May 9-11 Auburn W 440-468 June 19-22 NCAA Championship 10th 1966-67 Results Feb. 9-10 Valdosta State W 25-11 Feb. 12-13 Valdosta State W 34.5-1.5 Feb. 16-18 Florida (Quad-Match) L 5.5-12.5 Feb. 16-18 Stetson (Quad-Match) W 14.5-3.5 Feb. 16-18 Rollins Coll. (Quad-Match)W 14-4 March 10-11 Florida (Tri-Match) W 13-5 March 10-11 Alabama (Tri-Match) W 13-5 April 4 Auburn W 13-5 April 10 Auburn W 9.5-8.5 1965-66 Results Feb. 10-12 Florida (Quad-Match) L 7.5-10.5 Feb. 10-12 Stetson (Quad-Match) W 18-0 Feb. 10-12 Rollins Coll. (Quad-Match)W 15-3 March 3-5 Florida (Quad-Match) T 12-12 March 3-5 Alabama (Quad-Match) W 15-4 March 3-5 Auburn (Quad-Match) W 21.5-2.5 March 6 Ball State W 14-4 March 18-19 Springfield College W 27-0 March 25-26 J’ville NAS (Tri-Match) W 23.5-3.5 March 25-26 J’ville (Tri-Match) W 24-3 1964-65 Results Feb. 20 Florida W 11-7 Feb. 27 Florida W 10-8 March 5 Ball State W 18-0 March 6 Ball State W 18-0 March 18 Kentucky W 16.5-1.5 March 22 Georgia Tech W 15-3 March 25-27 Miami Invitational N/A April 1-3 Florida Invitational N/A April 8 Auburn W 14.5-3.5 April 26 Auburn W 17.5-0.5 April 29-May 1 Southern Invitational N/A No Date NCAA Championship 6th 1963-64 Results No Date Jacksonville NAS W 31-5 No Date Georgia Tech W 17-1 No Date Columbia W 18.5-2.5 No Date Columbia W 18.5-2.5 No Date Alabama W 11.5-7.5 Feb. 22 Florida W 14.5-3.5 Feb. 29 Florida W 10-8 March 23 Springfield College W 18-0 March 24 South Carolina (Tri-Match)W 18.5-2.5 March 24 Springfield Coll. (Tri-Match)W 20-1 April 6 Auburn W 12-6 April 27 Auburn W 14-4 1962-63 Results Feb. 15 Jacksonville NAS W 24.5-2.5 Feb. 18 Florida L 9-18 March 1 Florida L 3.5-23.5 March 18 Georgia (Tri-Match) W 14.5-12.5 March 18 Georgia Tech (Tri-Match)W 20-7 March 19 Springfield College W 27-0 March 25 Purdue (Tri-Match) L 7.5-10.5 March 25 Mich. State (Tri-Match) W 13.5-1.5 March 26 Purdue (Quad-Match) W 12.5-6.0 March 26 Mich. State (Quad-Match)W 15-0 March 26 Auburn (Quad-Match) W 26-1 March 27 Mich. State (Tri-Match) W 14-1 March 27 Purdue (Tri-Match) W 11-7 1961-62 Results No Date Florida W 18.5-8.5 No Date Georgia Tech W 17-10 No Date Springfield College W 30-0 No Date Springfield College W 26.5-0.5 No Date Springfield College W 27-0 No Date Florida W 37.5-22.0 No Date Navy W 37.5-13.0 No Date Yale W 13.5-4.5 No Date Navy W 13-5 No Date Jacksonville NAS W 10-8 No Date Auburn W 15.5-11.5 No Date Auburn W 14.5-12.5 No Date Florida L 4-23 1960-61 Results No Date Miami W 474-488 No Date Navy W 474-507 No Date Yale W 474-514 No Date Jacksonville W 474-563 No Date Auburn W 20.5-6.5 No Date LSU L 5.5-21.5 March 6 Florida L 5.5-21.5

PAGE 49 49 2018 MEN’S GOLF GUIDE YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS March 20 Vanderbilt W 26-1 March 20 Georgia Tech W 15-12 March 21 Vanderbilt W 21-6 March 21 Augustana College W 21-6 March 22 Vanderbilt W 19-8 March 24 Navy W 11-7 March 24 Jacksonville W 14-4 April 8 Florida L 12-15 April 14 Alabama W 18-9 April 15 Auburn W 18.5-8.5 April 18 Florida Southern Coll. W 18-9 1959-60 Results No Date Florida L 12-15 No Date Rollins College L 9.5-17.5 No Date Georgia Tech W 16-11 No Date Georgia W 15-12 No Date LSU T 13.5-13.5 No Date Navy W 25-2 No Date Jacksonville W 27-0 No Date Florida L 5.5-21.5 No Date Miami W 18.5-8.5 No Date Florida Southern Coll. T 13.5-13.5 No Date Rollins College L 5-22 No Date Spring Hill College W 14-13 No Date Alabama W 15.5-11.5 No Date Auburn W 18-9 No Date Auburn W 17.5-9.5 1958-59 Results No Date Auburn W 3-0 No Date Auburn W 3-0 March 2 Florida W 21.5-5.5 March 14 LSU T 13.5-13.5 March 20 Rollins College L 12.5-14.5 March 21 Georgia W 18.5-8.5 March 23 Georgia Tech W 21-6 March 31 Auburn W 21-6 April 10 Florida L 5-22 April 11 Rollins College L 11-16 April 13 Spring Hill College L 11-16 April 17 Auburn L 11.5-15.5 April 25 Western Illinois W 21-6 April 27 Florida Southern Coll. W 15.5-11.5 May 8-9 Pensacola Invitational 1st 1957-58 Results No Date Spring Hill College L 12-15 Feb. 7 Wisconsin T 0-0 Feb. 8 Wisconsin W 20-7 Feb. 24 Florida L 8-19 March 3 Moody AFB W 24-3 March 8 Florida Intercollegiate N/A March 11 Jacksonville NAS W 27-0 March 15 Rollins College L 11-16 March 17 Georgia Tech W 21-6 March 22 Florida W 17.5-9.5 March 25 Georgia L 11-16 March 28 Jacksonville NAS W 20.5-6.5 April 10 Moody AFB W 23-4 April 12 Auburn W 25.5-1.5 April 14 Georgia Tech L 13-14 April 15 Georgia L 5.5-21.5 April 21 Auburn W 18.5-8.5 April 25 Florida Southern Coll. W 14-13 April 26 Rollins College L 6.5-20.5 May 1-3 Southern Intercoll. N/A June 24-25 NCAA Championship 14th 1956-57 Results Feb. 8 Wisconsin W 25-2 Feb. 21-24 George Wash. Tourn. N/A March 2 Auburn W 20-1 March 9 Florida L 12.5-14.5 March 14-16 Florida Intercollegiate 1st March 18 Georgia Tech W 19.5-7.5 March 20 Alabama W 22-5 March 21 Georgia W 7.5-2.5 March 26 Miami W 23-4 March 30 Rollins College W 15-12 April 1 Florida W 15.5-11.5 April 13 Auburn W 20.5-6.5 April 27 Rollins College W 20-7 June 24-25 NCAA Championship 4th 1955-56 Results Feb. 23-26 George Wash. Tourn. N/A March 3 Stetson W 27-0 March 5 Florida W 22.5-4.5 March 7-10 Florida Intercollegiate 1st March 16 Auburn W 27-0 March 20 Georgia W 14.5-12.5 March 22 Alabama W 24.5-2.5 March 23 Maxwell AFB W 31.5-4.5 April 9 Georgia Tech W 15.5-11.5 April 11 Rollins College W 16-11 April 14 Auburn W 25.5-1.5 April 16 Florida W 15-12 April 21 Rollins College W 21.5-14.5 April 26-29 Florida Amateur N/A May 3-5 Southern Inter. N/A June 25-26 NCAA Championship 5th 1954-55 Results March 5 Rollins College W 14.5-12.5 March 12 Maxwell AFB W 20-7 March 17 Davidson College W 22-8 March 19 Auburn W 26-1 March 21 Georgia Tech L 11.5-15.5 March 22 Georgia W 15-12 Mar. 31-Apr. 2 Florida Intercollegiate 5th April 11 Kentucky W 26-4 April 15 Stetson W 24-3 April 16 Rollins College W 18.5-8.5 April 23 Stetson W 21.5-2.5 April 30 Auburn W 15-12 May 5-7 Southern Inter. N/A 1953-54 Results March 10 Stetson (Quad-Match) W 18.5-7.5 March 10 Miami (Quad-Match) L 18.5-24.5 March 10 Rollins Coll. (Quad-Mat.) L 18.5-22.0 March 11-13 Florida Intercollegiate 5th March 20 Auburn W 14.5-12.5 March 22 Western Illinois W 21-6 March 23 Davidson College W 30.5-5.5 March 27 Rollins College L 13-14 April 3 Stetson W 13-5 April 5 Wake Forest W 18-9 April 14 Illinois State W 27-0 April 24 Rollins College W 20.5-6.5 April 26 Southwestern-Memp. W 18-3 April 28 Georgia Tech L 10-17 April 29-May 1 Southern Intercoll. N/A May 14 Jacksonville NAS T 0-0 1952-53 Results March 3 Rollins College W 21-6 March 4 Stetson (Quad-Match) W 7-5 March 4 Miami (Quad-Match) L 5.5-6.5 March 4 Fla. South. Coll. (Quad) W 10-2 March 5-7 Florida Intercollegiate 5th March 14 Stetson W 10-8 March 23 Davidson College L 12.5-17.5 March 24 Georgia L 9.5-17.5 April 18 Rollins College W 14.5-12.5 April 24 Western Illinois W 23-4 April 27 Georgia L 7-20 April 29 Auburn L 13-14 April 30-May 2 Southern Inter. N/A May 9 Pensacola NAS W 17.5-9.5 1951-52 Results March 13 Jacksonville NAS L 8.5-9.5 March 14 Rollins College W 11.5-6.5 March 15 Stetson W 12-6 March 19 Miami W 11.5-5.5 March 20-22 Florida Intercollegiate N/A March 24 Georgia Tech W 14.5-12.5 March 25 Georgia L 4.5-22.5 March 31 Citadel L 6-21 April 3 Rollins College L 2.5-15.5 April 5 Mercer W 19.5-7.5 April 19 Stetson L 5-13 April 28 Mercer W 12-6 April 29 Georgia (Tri-Match) L 5-7 April 29 Alabama (Tri-Match) L 4.5-7.5 April 30 Auburn L 8-10 May 1-4 Southern Inter. N/A May 10 Jacksonville NAS W 7.5-4.5 1950-51 Results March 9 Rollins College T 9-9 March 10 Stetson W 16-2 March 20 Georgia W 25-2 March 22-24 Florida Intercollegiate 3rd March 26 Jacksonville NAS L 9.5-17.5 March 28 Davidson College L 15-21 March 29 Mercer W 17.5-0.5 March 31 Emory W 17-13 April 7 Stetson W 18-0 April 21 Rollins College W 15.5-2.5 April 28-29 Pensacola Invitational 1st May 4 Georgia L 4-23 May 5 Mercer W 19-8 May 9 Emory W 10-8 May 10-12 Southern Inter. N/A 1949-50 Results March 20 Georgia W 14-13 March 22-25 Florida Intercollegiate N/A March 31 Emory W 14-4 April 7 Florida Southern Coll. W 12-6 April 8 Florida Southern Coll. W 17-1 April 15 Rollins College T 9-9 April 22 Stetson W 18.5-8.5 April 25 Miami L 7-11 April 26-29 Southern Inter. N/A May 4 Rollins College L 2.5-15.5 May 5 Florida Southern Coll. T 9-9 May 6 Stetson W 11-7 May 19-20 Dixie Conf. Tourn. 1st 1948-49 Results March 22 Georgia W 14-13 March 23-26 Florida Intercollegiate N/A April 1 Mercer W 26-1 April 9 Jacksonville NAS W 20-7 April 15 Southern W 24-3 April 22 Southern W 18.5-8.5 April 23 Stetson L 10.5-16.5 April 27-30 Southern Inter. N/A May 7 Mercer W 13.5-4.5 May 13 Jacksonville NAS W 22-5 May 14 Stetson W 23.5-3.5 May 20-21 Dixie Conf. Tourn. 2nd 1947-48 Results No Date Oklahoma A&M L 3.5-14.5 March 25 Florida Intercollegiate N/A March 26 Stetson L 10.5-16.5 March 27 Mercer L 8.5-9.5 April 3 Rollins College L 4-23 April 22 Mercer L 1.5-19.5 April 24 Georgia-Savannah W 12.5-5.5 April 29-May 1 Southern Inter. N/A May 3 Stetson L 11.5-15.5 May 15 Georgia-Savannah W 15-3 May 20 Southern L 8.5-12.5

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