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    What A Year!
    Volleyball's run to the Final Four was one of the most exciting highlights in a greaat year for Seminole athletics.


    Volleyball's run to the Final Four was one of the most exciting highlights in a greaat year for Seminole athletics.

    July 12, 2012

    When Seminole fans think back on the 2011-12 athletic year there are so many iconic images that come to mind. Some will remember the Seminoles' comeback win over Notre Dame in the Champs Sports Bowl or the volleyball team's historic run to the Final Four. For others it will be the men's basketball team cutting down the nets following the school's first ever ACC Championship or soccer's penalty kick victory to secure the first ACC title for FSU in the nation's most dominant women's soccer league. There will be those that remember a young FSU baseball team fighting its way to its best showing in Omaha in a decade. Others will look back on a new program making a run at a national championship in its inaugural season on the sand volleyball courts and a storied men's golf program doing the same on the links.

     

    Those are just a few of the stories that gained headlines in 2011-12, but there were so many others that helped define the athletic year at Florida State. There was another top five finish in the Learfield Sports Director's Cup. The Seminole athletics program has now recorded top 10 finishes for three straight years, with two of those three finishes coming in the top five; an amazing feat considering in 2009 the program had never posted a top 10 finish in the history of the prestigious rankings. Florida State was also one of only two athletic programs in the nation to see its football, baseball and men's basketball teams finished the year ranked in the Top 25 in the AP poll for each sport.

     

    The Seminole cross country programs encapsulated the success FSU student-athletes earned athletically and academically in 2011-12. The men's and women's teams not only swept the NCAA Regionals but they also swept the ACC Scholar-Athlete of the Year honors. Overall, Florida State had the top scholar athlete in six sports this past year. Five was an important number as it was also the number of ACC Coach of the Year honors FSU received, the record-tying number of ACC team titles the Seminoles won and the number of CoSIDA Academic All-Americans the school produced.

     

    Success on the field and inside the classroom have become hallmarks of Florida State athletics programs and upholding that tradition was taken seriously by the group of student-athletes who represented the Garnet and Gold in 2011-12. There were more than 50 All-American honors earned by Seminole student-athletes this past year, a number that was surpassed by the amount of athletes selected to All-ACC Academic Teams. This body of student-athletes once again met the challenge of winning on and off the field. None exhibited that better than senior baseball player James Ramsey who led his team to the College World Series, won ACC Scholar-Athlete of the Year honors, shared National Player of the Year honors and was named the Lowe's Senior CLASS Award winner. Or Amanda Saxton, who won the NCAA Elite 89 Award for having the highest GPA of any student-athlete at the NCAA Volleyball Final Four. The same can be said about basketball player Bernard James, who was awarded the USBWA Most Courageous Award and the Bob Bradley Spirit and Courage Award.

     

    Across the board, success and consistency has defined Florida State athletics over the years, but specifically over the past three seasons. In 2011-12, 18 of FSU's 19 NCAA sanctioned sports advanced to NCAA postseason competition. Over the last three years Florida State's athletic teams and programs have made NCAA Tournament or postseason play 56 times in 57 opportunities. That level of program-wide excellence is a continuing tribute to the coaches and student-athletes that come to Tallahassee committed to making Florida State one of the premier athletic programs in the nation.

    The tone for that success was set early on with both volleyball and soccer finding ways to accomplish milestones that have never been met in FSU history despite their traditions of success. Both programs were one of just four teams still playing at the end of their fall seasons as soccer played in its fifth College Cup and volleyball made its first-ever Final Four. FSU football continued its postseason run of success playing in a bowl game for the 30th consecutive year and winning the school's 25th bowl game. The women's cross country team joined soccer and volleyball, finishing fourth at the NCAA Championship meet. The men finished 12th, which served as the launching point for a second consecutive National Program of the Year award.

     

    Although it may not have felt like much in the state of Florida, when the NCAA sports calendar flipped to winter FSU athletes and teams continued to stay hot. The biggest story of the winter was the Seminole men's basketball team which defeated both Duke and North Carolina twice, including a win over each at the ACC Tournament, to become the first team outside of the state of North Carolina to capture the ACC Crown since 2004. The FSU men's swimming and diving team finished their NCAA postseason run with a "Sweet 16" finish while Katrina Young earned All-America honors with a fourth-place finish on the platform for the women. Cierra Bravard and Natasha Howard both captured honors as well for the women's basketball team. Howard and Bravard were named All-ACC, the third such honor for Bravard in her Seminole career.

     

    The bridge in success from winter to spring started with both of FSU's tennis programs, which continued to earn their way into NCAA postseason play. The men's squad advanced to the second round of the NCAA Tournament for the seventh time in eight seasons while the women played in the NCAA Tournament for the sixth straight year. The newest addition to the Seminole sports landscape was sand volleyball and the team wasted little time joining in on the postseason success shared by the rest of the Seminole athletic programs. The sand volleyball team equaled their indoor counterparts with an appearance in the national semifinals and a third-place finish.

     

    The postseason success established over the last three years and continued in the fall and winter was built upon by each and every team in the spring. Both FSU golf squads made the NCAA Tournament with the men's team coming a playoff away from participating in the championship round and Marina Salinas advancing to the finals of the NCAA Championship. Seminole softball continued a legacy of postseason play with a 13th consecutive NCAA Tournament selection.

     

    As all Seminoles have come to expect in the spring, the men's track and field team was once again in the thick of the hunt for a National Championship, finishing fourth while the women's squad posted a seventh consecutive top 20 spot with a 14th place finish. The Seminole baseball team wrapped up the one of the most successful years in department history with an undefeated run through NCAA Regionals and Super Regionals and a national semifinal appearance at Omaha in the College World Series.

     

    With a fifth place finish in the Director's Cup in hand, an unprecedented three-year run of postseason appearances, three teams making it to the Final Four in their respective sports and a record-tying five ACC team titles, the 2011-12 athletic year will take its place among the best ever at Florida State University.

     

    Director's Cup

    FINAL RANKING: 5

     

    ACC and NCAA Team Results

    Baseball: Atlantic Division Champions; NCAA College World Series  

    Men's Basketball: ACC Champions, NCAA Third Round, AP Poll - No. 10

    Women's Basketball: ACC - 8th

    Men's Cross Country: ACC - 2nd; South Region Champions; 12th - NCAA

    Women's Cross Country: ACC Champions; South Region Champions; 4th - NCAA

    Football: Champs Sport Bowl Champions

    Men's Golf: ACC - 3rd; NCAA - 9th

    Women's Golf: ACC - 4th; NCAA Regional

    Soccer: ACC Champions; NCAA College Cup

    Softball: ACC - 2nd; NCAA Regionals

    Men's Swimming: ACC - 4th; NCAA - 16th

    Women's Swimming: ACC - 3rd; NCAA - 30th

    Men's Tennis: ACC - Semifinals; NCAA Second Round  

    Women's Tennis: ACC - Quarterfinals; NCAA First Round

    Indoor Men's Track & Field: ACC - 1st; NCAA - tied 8th

    Indoor Women's Track & Field: ACC - 2nd; NCAA -20th

    Outdoor Men's Track & Field: ACC - 2nd place; NCAA - 4th

    Outdoor Women's Track & Field: ACC - 3rd place; NCAA - T-14th  

    Sand Volleyball: 3rd ANCA Sand Volleyball Championships

    Volleyball: ACC Champions; NCAA Final Four

     

    Individual NCAA Champions

    Maurice Mitchell (Men's Outdoor Track and Field) - 200m 

     

    ACC Team Champions

    Men's Basketball

    Women's Cross Country

    Soccer

    Men's Indoor Track and Field

    Volleyball

     

    Player/Performer of the Year Honors

    Mateo De Angulo - ACC Swimmer of the Year

    David Forrester - USTFCCCA South Region Men's Athlete of the Year

    Michelle Jenije - ACC Indoor Field Performer of the Year

    Brooks Koepka - ACC Men's Golfer of the Year

    Maurice Mitchell - ACC Indoor Track Performer of the Year, ACC Outdoor Track Performer of the Year USTFCCCA South Region Men's Track Athlete of the Year

    Shawn Powell - College Football Performance Awards Performer of the Year

    James Ramsey - ACC Baseball Player of the Year, ABCA Player of the Year

    Maria Salinas - NCAA Woman's Golf Central Regional Co-Champion

    Francesca Segarelli - ITA Southeast Region Cissie Leary Award for Sportsmanship

    Jekaterina Stepanova - AVSR Global Player of the Year

    Amanda Winslow - USTFCCCA South Region Women's Athlete of the Year

     

    Rookie of the Year Honors

    Stephen Newbold - ACC Indoor Track and Field Freshman of the Year; ACC Outdoor Track and Field Freshman of the Year

    Juan Sequera - ACC Swimming Freshman of the Year

    Colleen Quigley - Women's Cross Country ACC Rookie of the Year

    AJ del Valle - Men's Cross Country ACC Rookie of the Year

     

    National Coach of the Year Honors

    Ken Harnden - USTFCCCA National Men's Assistant Track and Field Coach of the Year

    Mike Martin - Baseball America Coach of the Year

    Holly Watts - AVCA National Assistant Volleyball Coach of the Year

     

    Regional Coach of the Year Honors

    Bob Braman - USTFCCCA South Region Cross Country Coach of the Year; USTFCCCA South Region Indoor Men's Coach of the Year; USTFCCCA South Region Outdoor Men's Coach of the Year

    Leonard Hamilton - NABC District 2 Coach of the Year

    Ken Harnden - USTFCCA South Region Outdoor Men's Assistant Coach of the Year

    Karen Harvey - USTFCCA South Region Outdoor Women's Coach of the Year

    Mike Martin - ABCA Atlantic Region Coach of the Year

    Dennis Nobles - USTFCCCA South Region Indoor Women's Assistant Coach of the Year

    Chris Poole - AVCA East Region Coach of the Year

     

    ACC Coach of the Year Honors

    Bob Braman - Men's Indoor Track and Field Coach of the Year

    Karen Harvey - Women's Cross Country Coach of the Year

    Leonard Hamilton - Men's Basketball Coach of the Year

    Mike Martin - Baseball coach of the Year

    Chris Poole - Volleyball Coach of the Year

     

    All-Americans

    Baseball: Robert Benincasa - Baseball America First Team, NCBWA First Team, Perfect Game First Team, Louisville Slugger Third Team; Jayce Boyd - ABCA First Team, Perfect Game First Team, Louisville Slugger Second Team, NCBWA Second Team; Mike Compton - NCBWA Freshman First Team, Louisville Slugger Freshman Team, Baseball America Freshman Second Team; Brandon Leibrandt - Baseball America Freshman First Team, Louisville Slugger Freshman Team; James Ramsey - Louisville Slugger First Team, ABCA First Team, Baseball America First Team, NCBWA First Team, Perfect Game First Team; Devon Travis - Louisville Slugger Second Team

    Men's Cross Country: David Forrester, Mike Fout

    Women's Cross Country: Hannah Brooks, Amanda Winslow

    Football: Timmy Jernigan - FWAA Freshman All-America; Shawn Powell - AFCA First Team; Walter Camp First Team;

    Men's Golf: Brooks Koepka - GolfWeek Magazine Third Team

    Women's Golf: Maria Salinas - All-American Honorable Mention, NGCA All-Central Region Honors

    Soccer: Dagny Brynjarsdottir - Soccer America Freshman First Team; Toni Huster - NSCAA Third Team; Ines Jaurena - NSCAA Second Team; Tiffany McCarty - Soccer America First Team MVP, NSCAA Second Team;

    Women's Swimming and Diving: Katrina Young (Platform)

    Men's Swimming and Diving: Trice Bailey (400 free relay), Mateo De Angulo (1650 free), Paul Murray (400 free relay), David Sanders (400 free relay), Mark Weber (400 free relay)

    Men's Indoor Track: USTFCCCA First Team: Kemar Hyman (60m); Maurice Mitchell (60m, 200m), Horatio Williams (200m), Phillip Young (Triple Jump); Second Team: Michael Putnam (Shot Put)

    Women's Indoor Track: USTFCCCA First Team: Hannah Brooks (Mile), Amy Harris (Long Jump), Michelle Jenije (Triple Jump); Second Team: Marecia Pemberton (60m)

    Men's Outdoor Track: USTFCCCA First Team: Gonzalo Barroilhet (Decathlon), Kemar Hyman (100m, 4x100m), Maurice Mitchell (100m, 200m, 4x100m), Stephen Newbold (4x100m), Kieran Showler-Davis (4x100m), Horatio Williams (200m, 4x100m); Second Team: Michael Fout (10000m), Andrew Lahaye (Pole Vault), Phillip Young (Triple Jump); Honorable Mention: Stefan Brits (Long Jump), Darrin Gibson (800m), Michael Putman (Shot Put), Horatio Williams (100m)  

    Women's Outdoor Track: USTFCCCA First Team: Michelle Jenije (Triple Jump), Violah Lagat (1500m), Astrid Leutert (3000m), Colleen Quigley (3000m), Amanda Winslow (1500m); Second Team: Hannah Brooks (1500m), Chelsea Whalen (Javelin); Honorable Mention: Amy Harris (Long Jump), Kayleigh Tyerman (5000m)

    Sand Volleyball: AVCA - Brittany Tiegs, Auroro Newgard, Jekaterina Stepanova

    Volleyball: Visnja Djurdjevic - AVCA Honorable Mention; Ashley Neff - AVCA Honorable Mention; Jekaterina Stepanova - AVCA Second Team, Volleyball Magazine Second Team

     

    Regional/District Honors

    Baseball: Jayce Boyd - ABCA First Team All-Atlantic, Robert Benincasa - ABCA Second Team All-Atlantic, James Ramsey - ABCA First Team All-Atlantic  

    Men's Basketball: Michael Snaer

    Women's Basketball: Cierra Bravard - CollegeSportsMadness.com All-ACC Fourth Team; Natasha Howard - CollegeSportsMadness.com All-ACC Second Team

    Men's Cross Country: USTFCCCA All-Region - David Forrester, Mike Fout, Breandan O Neill, Seth Proctor, Jakub Zivee

    Women's Cross Country: USTFCCCA All-Region - Hannah Brooks, Violah Lagat, Jessiva Parry, Colleen Quigley, Kayleigh Tyerman, Amanda Winslow, Aubree Worden

    Football:

    Men's Golf: Brooks Koepka - GCAA All-Southwest Region

    Soccer: Tori Huster - NSCAA All-Southeast Region First Team, College Cup All-Tournament Team; Ines Jaurena - NSCAA All-Southeast Region First Team, Tiffany McCarty - NSCAA All-Southeast Region First Team

    Softball: Tiffani Brown - NFCA All-Southeast Region Second Team; Shayla Jackson - NFCA All-Southeast Region Second Team

    Volleyball: Visnja Djurdjevic - AVCA All-East Region; Minneapolis Regional All-Tournament Team; Sareea Freeman - Minneapolis Regional All-Tournament Team; Ashley Neff - AVCA All-East Region; Jekaterina Stepanova - Minneapolis Regional MVP; AVCA All-East Region

     

    All-ACC Honors

    Baseball: First Team: Jayce Boyd, Devon Travis, James Ramsey, Robert Benincasa; Second Team: Mike Compton

    Women's Basketball: Third Team: Cierra Bravard, Natasha Howard; All-Defensive Team - Natasha Howard

    Men's Basketball: Second Team - Michael Snaer, Honorable Mention - Bernard James, All-Defensive Team - Michael Snaer, Bernard James

    Women's Cross Country: Hannah Brooks, Violah Lagat, Jessica Parry, Colleen Quigley, Kayleigh Tyeman, Amanda Winslow

    Men's Cross Country: Mike Fout, David Forrester, Branden O Neill, Seth Proctor

    Football: First Team: Dustin Hopkins, Shawn Powell, Zebrie Sanders; Second Team: Brandon Jenkins, Lamarcus Joyner; Honorable Mention: Nigel Bradham, Everett Dawkins, Bjoern Werner

    Men's Golf: Brooks Koepka, Chase Seiffert

    Women's Golf: Maria Salinas

    Soccer: First Team: Tori Huster, Ines Jaurena, Tiffany McCarty; All-Freshman: Dagny Brynjarsdottir, Jamia Fields

    Softball: First Team: Tiffani Brown, Briana Hamilton, Monica Perry; Second Team: Lacey Waldrop

    Men's Swimming & Diving: Trice Bailey, Josh Friedel, Nick Klein, Ford McLiney, Paul Murray, Tom Neubacher, David Sanders, Juan Sequera, Mark Weber

    Women's Swimming & Diving: Melissa Cooper, Kelsey Goodman, Ariel Rittenhouse, Katrina Young

    Men's Tennis: Jordan Kelly-Houston

    Men's Indoor Track: Gonzalo Barroilhet (pole vault), Stefan Brits (long jump), David Forrester (300m), Darrin Gibson (800),  Kemar Hyman (60m), Paul Madzivire (long jump), Maurice Mitchell (60m, 200m), Stephen Newbold (200m, 400m), Michael Putman (shot put), Horatio Williams (200m)

    Women's Indoor Track: Hannah Brooks (Distance Medley), Amy Harris (long jump), Michelle Jenije (triple jump), Jande Pierce (Distance Medley), Amanda Winslow (3000m, Distance Medley),  Aubree Worden (Distance Medley)

    Men's Outdoor Track: David Ambler (4x100), Gonzalo Barroilhet (decathlon), Michael Fout (10,000, 5,000), Darrin Gibson (800), Kemar Hyman (100m, 4x100), Paul Madzivire (long jump), Maurice Mitchell (100, 200, 4x100), Stephen Newbold (400), Breandan O Neill (10,000), Horatio Williams (200, 4x100), Phillip Young (triple jump)

    Women's Outdoor Track: Hannah Brooks (5000), Amy Harris (long jump), Michelle Jenije (triple jump), Violah Lagat (800), Astrid Leutert (3000 steeplechase), Colleen Quigley (3000 steeplechase), Aubree Worden (1500)

    Volleyball: Visnja Djurdjevic, Ashley Neff, Jekaterina Stepanova; All-Freshman: Sarah Wickstrom

     

    Individual ACC Champions

    Men's Swimming & Diving: Mateo De Angulo (500m and 1650 free)

    Women's Swimming & Diving: Katrina Young (platform)

    Men's Indoor Track and Field: Gonzalo Barriolhet (pole vault), Kemar Hyman (60m), Paul Madzivire (long jump), Maurice Mitchell (200m), Stephen Newbold (400m), Michael Putman (shot put)

    Women's Indoor Track and Field: Amy Harris (long jump), Amanda Winslow (3000m); Distance Medley - Hannah Brooks, Jande Pierce, Amanda Winslow, Aubree Worden

    Men's Outdoor Track and Field: Gonzalo Barroilhet - Decathlon, Kemar Hyman - 100m, Paul Madzivire - Long Jump, Maurice Mitchell - 200m, Brandon O Neill - 10,000m; 4x100 relay team - David Ambler, Kemar Hyman, Maurice Mitchell, Horatio Williams

    Women's Outdoor Track and Field: Hannah Brooks - 5000m, Amy Harris  - Long Jump, Michelle Jenije - Triple Jump

     

    ACC Performers of the Week

    Baseball: Justin Gonzalez, James Ramsey 

    Men's Basketball: Deividas Dulkys Bernard James, Michael Snaer

    Women's Cross Country: Amanda Winslow (2)

    Men's Cross Country: Mike Fout, Seth Proctor

    Football: Dustin Hopkins, Brandon Jenkins, Timmy Jernigan, Anthony McCloud, Nick O'Leary, Terrance Parks, Shawn Powell (3), Bjoern Werner

    Men's Golf: Brooks Koepka

    Women's Golf: Maria Salinas

    Soccer: Tiffany McCarty, Jessica Price

    Softball: Briana Hamilton, Monica Perry (2), Lacey Waldrop (2)

    Swimming and Diving: Mateo De Angulo

    Men's Indoor Track and Field: Kemar Hyman

    Women's Outdoor Track and Field: Michelle Jenije, Amanda Winslow  

    Men's Outdoor Track and Field: Maurice Mitchell

    Volleyball: Sareea Freeman, Jekaterina Stepanova, Elise Walch

    ACC Rookie of the Week

    Football: Devonta Freeman

    National Weekly Honors

    Baseball: Collegiate Baseball - James Ramsey

    Football: College Football Performance - Shawn Powell; Lou Groza Star of the Week - Dustin Hopkins; Paul Hornung Weekly Honor Roll -  Greg Reid

    Soccer: CollegeSoccer360.com - Tiana Brockway, Ines Jaurena, Tiffany McCarty; Our Game Magazine Players to Watch - Jessica Price; Soccer America - Tiana Brockway, Dagny Brynjarsdottir, Jessica Price; Soccer News Net  - Kelsey Wys; TopDrawerSoccer.com - Tiana Brockway; Dagny Brynjarsdottir, Janice Carman, Ines Jaurena, Kassey Kallman, Tiffany McCarty (3), Kelsey Wys;

    Softball: Louisville Slugger - Monica Perry

    Volleyball: AVSR - Rachael Morgran

     

    NCAA All-Tournament Team

    College World Series: Sherman Johnson, Devon Travis

    Soccer College Cup: Tori Huster

     

    ACC All-Tournament Team

    Baseball: Justin Gonzalez

    Men's Basketball: First Team: Luke Loucks, Michael Snare (MVP); Second Team: Bernard James

    Soccer: Janice Cayman, Tiffany McCarty, Toni Pressley, Jessica Price, Kelsey Wys (MVP)

    Softball: Maddie O'Brien

    Men's Indoor Track and Field: Maurice Mitchell (ACC Championship Most Valuable Performer)

    Men's Outdoor Track and Field: Maurice Mitchell (ACC Championship Most Valuable Performer)

     

    ACC Weaver-James-Corrigan Postgraduate Scholarship Award

    Deividas Dulkys (men's basketball), Katie Rybakova (women's tennis), Kimberly Williams (track & field)

     

    CoSIDA/Capitol One Academic All-Americans

    Gonzalo Barroilhet (Track and Field) - Second Team

    Hannah Brooks (Cross Country) - First Team

    Dustin Hopkins (Football) - Second Team

    Michelle Jenije (Track and Field) - Third Team

    James Ramsey (Baseball) - First Team

     

    CoSIDA/Capital One Academic All-District

    Kirstin Austin (Softball) - First Team

    Gonzalo Barroilhet (Track and Field) - First Team

    Hannah Brooks (Cross Country) - First Team

    Janice Cayman (Soccer) - Second Team

    Kyle Cobb (Golf) - First Team

    Michael Fout (Track and Field) - First Team

    Dustin Hopkins (Football) - First Team

    Tori Huster (Soccer) - First Team

    Michelle Jenije (Track and Field) - Third Team

    Kassey Kallman (Soccer) - First Team

    Peter Miller (Baseball) - First Team

    Jessica Nori (Softball) - First Team

    James Ramsey (Baseball) - First Team

    Bjoern Werner (Football) - First Team

    Amanda Winslow (Track and Field) - First Team

     

    ACC Scholar-Athlete of the Year

    Gonzalo Barroilhet (Outdoor Track)

    Hannah Brooks (Women's Cross Country)

    Mike Fout (Men's Cross Country)

    Tori Huster (Soccer)

    Michelle Jenije (Indoor Track)

    James Ramsey (Baseball)

     

    Academic All-ACC Teams

    Baseball: Robert Benincasa, Mike Compton, Brandon Leibrandt, Stephen McGee, Peter Miller, Seth Miller, James Ramsey, Gage Smith, Devon Travis

    Men's Basketball: Luke Loucks

    Men's Cross Country: Mike Fout, Seth Proctor

    Women's Cross Country: Hannah Brooks, Colleen Quigley, Jessica Parry, Kayleigh Tyerman, Amanda Winslow, Aubree Worden

    Football: Rashad Greene, Dustin Hopkins, Zebrie Sanders

    Softball: Kirstin Austin, Tiffani Brown, Kelly Hensley, Jessica Nori, Bailey Schinella

    Women's Soccer: Tiana Brockway, Janice Cayman, Jamia Fields, Tori Huster, Kassey Kallman, Jessica Price, Ella Stephan, Kelsey Wys

    Men's Swimming: Nick Klein, Mike Neubacher, Thomas Neubacher, Kevin Rogers, Mark Weber

    Women's Swimming: Melissa Cooper, Kaitlyn Dressel, Kelsey Goodman, Julia Henkel, Tori Richmond, Ariel Rittenhouse, Stephanie Sarandos

    Men's Tennis: Andres Bucaro, Blake Davis, Benjamin Lock

    Women's Tennis: Carolina De los Santos, Amy Sargeant, Francesca Segarelli

    Men's Indoor Track and Field: Gonzalo Barroilhet

    Women's Indoor Track & Field: Hannah Brooks, Lauern Giffin, Linden Hall, Michelle Jenije, Jessica Parry, Marecia Pemberton, Jande Pierce, Colleen Quigley, Kayleigh Tyerman, Chelsea Whalen, Amanda Winslow, Aubree Worden

    Men's Outdoor Track and Field: David Ambler, Gonzalo Barroilhet, Ronald Bolden, Stefan Brits, Michael Fout, Jakub Zivec

    Women's Outdoor Track & Field: Hannah Brooks, Michelle Jenije, Astrid Leutert, Colleen Quigley, Kayleigh Tyeman, Chelsea Whalen, Amanda Winslow, Aubree Worden

     

    Academic Teams:

    CSCAA: Women's Swimming and Diving Team

    ITA Scholar-Athletes:

    NFCA All-America Scholar Athletes: Kirstin Austin, Kelly Hensley, Jen Lapicki, Jessica Nori

    NSCAA Scholar All-America Team: Tori Huster - First Team

    NSCAA Scholar All-South Team: Tori Huster - First Team; Janice Cayman - Second Team; Ella Stephan - Second Team; Tiana Brockway - Third Team

    USTFCCCA All-Academic Cross Country Team: Hannah Brooks, Amanda Winslow, Jessica Parry, Colleen Quigley, Kayleigh Tyerman, Aubree Worden - team award (3.33 GPA); Mike Fout, Seth Proctor

     

    Pan American Games:

    Mateo De Angula (Swimming) - Columbia

    Gonzalo Barroilhet (Track) - Chile

    McKayla Lightbourn (Swimming) - Bahamas

    Michael Putman (Track) - Peru

    Francesca Segarelli (Tennis) - Italy

     

    Other Athletics Accomplishments

    Teams

    Men's Cross Country/Track and Field - 2011-12 USTFCCCA John McDonnell National Program of the Year

    Coaches

    Dwayne Hultquist - 200 wins at Florida State

    Angie Johnson - CollegeInsider.com Top 25 High-Major Women's Basketball Assistant Coach List

    Dennis Nobles - State of Florida Track and Field Hall of Fame

    Lance White - CollegeInsider.com Top 25 High-Major Women's Basketball Assistant Coach List

    Athletes

    Bernard James - USBWA Most Courageous Award, Bob Bradley Spirit and Courage Award

    Sherman Johnson - Rawlings Gold Glove Award

    Ngoni Makusha - The Bowerman Award

    James Ramsey - CoSIDA/Capitol One Academic All-America of the Year, Lowe's Senior CLASS Award winner

    Amanda Saxton - NCAA Elite 89 Award

    Zebrie Sanders - Hampshire Honor Society

    Former Noles

    Billy Close - State of Florida Track and Field Hall of Fame

    Dick Roberts - State of Florida Track and Field - Jimmy Carnes Lifetime Achievement Award

     

     

     

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