The postseason awards for the Seminoles' men's golf team are rolling in following the best season in the history of the program.
Florida State's Jack Maguire is the latest Seminole to take a turn on one of golf's biggest stages.
Florida State sophomore Jack Maguire has a busy ten days coming up. The sophomore opens Palmer Cup play today and then will travel to compete in the United States' premier championship the U.S. Open.
Florida State Director of Athletics Stan Wilcox announced Friday that Seminole men's golf coach Trey Jones has signed a contract extension through the 2020 season.
In the fourth round of the NCAA Golf Championships Monday the team was unable to make up the ground it needed to advance to match play ending the most successful season in school history.
A rough back nine had the top-seeded FSU golf team sweating the cut before moving to solidify a would-be spot prior to lightning ending the round with FSU still having three holes to play.
After shooting one-under the rest of the way Florida State is once again in a good position at plus-14 to make the first cut as they watch the second half of the field play the course this afternoon.
The top-seeded Seminoles had an up-and-down day that saw the team as high as third and as low as 17th at points during the opening round. FSU wrapped up the day 10-over and in a tie for 14th.
Florida State men's golf coach Trey Jones goes one-on-one with Seminoles.com before the NCAA Championships.
The No. 1-ranked FSU men's golf team has high expectations as it begins NCAA Championships play at in Bradenton, Fla.
The top-ranked FSU men's golf team is moving on to the NCAA National Championships for the fourth straight year and for the sixth time in the last nine years under head coach Trey Jones.
Sophomore Jack Maguire shot a 3-under par 69 and moved into a tie for third place in the individual standings