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50   Jon Kreft
Jon Kreft

Hometown:
Coral Springs, Fla.

High School:
Stoneman Douglas

Last College:
Chipola Community College

Height / Weight:
7-0 / 262

Position:
Forward/Center

Birthdate:
10/21/1986

Experience:
2 VL


04/11/2012

Senior Class Honored At Men's Basketball Banquet

James and Snael lead the way with five awards each.

03/02/2012

FSU Hosts Regular-Season Finale Sunday

Six seniors will play in their final game at the Donald L. Tucker Center as the No. 22 Florida State men's basketball team hosts Clemson at noon.

03/01/2012

Miller Time!

Another game, another buzzer-beating 3-pointer for the No. 22 FSU men's basketball team. This time it was Ian Miller who played hero in the 'Noles' 63-60 win at No. 24 Virginia Thursday night.

01/04/2012

Tiger Trounce

With the start of ACC play next on the schedule, the Florida State men's basketball team halts its two-game losing streak in a big way with a 85-56 win over visiting Auburn Wednesday night at the Donald L. Tucker Center.

11/20/2011

Loucks, Defense Shine In Win

Luke Loucks scores 18 points and the defense registers 14 blocks in the No. 24 FSU men's basketball team's 80-39 win over South Alabama Sunday at home.

03/16/2012

Florida State vs. St. Bonaventure, NCAA Tournament - AP Photo Gallery

Florida State vs. St. Bonaventure, NCAA Tournament - AP Photo Gallery

03/10/2012

No. 17 Florida State vs. No. 6 Duke - 3/10/12

AP photos from today's game

03/01/2012

No. 22 Florida State vs. No. 24 Virginia

No. 22 Florida State vs. No. 24 Virginia

02/23/2012

Men's Basketball

FSU vs Duke 2/23/12

02/18/2012

No. 20 Florida State vs. NC State- 2/18/12

AP photos from today's game.

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ON KREFT: Enjoyed a successful and winning two-year Florida State career as he helped lead the Seminoles to their first ever ACC Championship (2012) and into a pair of NCAA Tournaments (2011 and 2012)...during his career, Florida State was nationally ranked (as high as No. 10 during his senior season), had a 48-21 overall record (.696 winning percentage), were 23-9 in the ACC (.719 winning percentage), defeated 10 ranked teams (including No. 1 ranked Duke on Jan. 12, 2011), played in two NCAA Tournament, won three NCAA Tournament games and won the 2012 ACC Tournament to capture the first ACC Championship in school history...helped Florida State defeat all four ACC teams from the state of North Carolina (Duke, North Carolina, NC State and Wake Forest) during his senior season for the first time in school history...the Seminoles defeated both Duke and North Carolina twice each in 2011-12 to mark the first time in school history the Seminoles had during the Blue Devils and the Tar Heels multiple time during the same season...Florida State ranked as the third best program in the ACC behind only Duke and North Carolina...played in 60 games during his career including a career-high 35 games during his senior season...averaged more than 10 minutes played per game during his career, including a career-high 10.3 minutes played per game as a senior in helping Florida State to the first ACC Championship in school history and to its school record fourth consecutive NCAA Tournament appearance...Florida State defeated 10 nationally ranked teams during his two year career including an ACC best six in the Seminoles' run to the ACC Championship in 2012...the Seminoles defeated four nationally ranked teams during his first season as a Seminole including No. 1 ranked Duke (Jan. 12, 2011) during the regular season and No. 5 ranked Notre Dame (March 20, 2011) to mark only the second time in school history that Florida State had defeated two top five ranked teams in the nation in the same season...the Seminoles also defeated No. 15 Baylor in the third round of the Diamond Head Classic and No. 20 ranked Texas A&M in their first game of the 2011 NCAA Tournament...helped lead the Seminoles to wins over nationally ranked Duke and North Carolina (twice each) and Virginia (twice) as the Seminoles defeated a total of four top six ranked teams - North Carolina was No. 3 and No. 4 and Duke was No. 4 and No. 6 when the Seminoles topped the Tar Heels and the Blue Devils multiple times each during the season for the first time in school history...shared the Tip of the Spear Award with the other members of the senior class as presented by the Seminole coach staff at Florida State's annual Honors Banquet...The Tip of the Spear Award has been presented annually by Hamilton and his staff to the player or players who exemplify the qualities of great teammates and who were outstanding student athletes during their careers.

AS A SENIOR (2012): Averaged 2.8 points (11th on the team), 2.3 rebounds (eighth) and 0.6 blocked shots (third) as he played in a career-high 35 games and averaged a career-high 10.3 minutes played per game...played in every game of the Seminoles' season and helped the team win their first ever ACC Championship and play in their school record fourth consecutive NCAA Tournament...totaled career best in nearly every statistical category - games played (35), minutes played (361), minutes played per game (10.3), field goals made (39), field goals attempted (84), free throw percentage (.741), points scored (98), offensive rebounds (31), defensive rebounds (50), total rebounds (81), assists (eight), blocked shots (22) and steals (10) while tying his career high for rebounds per game (2.3)...a solid defender he helped Florida State finish fifth in the nation in field goal percentage defense (.381) and seventh in the nation in blocked shots (6.1 bpg)...the Seminoles led the ACC in field goal percentage defense for the ACC record fourth consecutive year and became only the fourth team in ACC history to lead the league in blocked shots and steals in the same season...third on the team in blocked shots with a career-high 22 and a career high 0.6 blocked shots per game...helped Florida State continue its dominance as the best defensive team in the ACC and one of the top five defensive teams in all of college basketball...Florida State finished seventh in the nation in blocked shots for the second consecutive season...blocked a career high two shots in seven different games to bring his career total with multiple blocked shots in a single game to nine...blocked two shots in four different non-conference games (against UCF, South Alabama, UMass and UNC Greensboro), in two different ACC games (at NC State and against Miami in the ACC Tournament) and in one game in the NCAA Tournament (vs. Cincinnati)...at least one blocked shot and at least one steal in four different games, including the Seminoles' second NCAA Tournament game against Cincinnati...averaged 2.4 points and 2.6 rebounds (above his season averages) in nine wins against nationally ranked teams...the Seminoles led the ACC in wins over nationally ranked teams during the season with six...scoring and rebounding averages also up against non-conference teams with averages of 3.7 points and 3.1 rebounds per game...totaled his non-conference season high of eight points in Florida State's wins over South Alabama (Nov. 20) and Loyola Marymount (Dec. 18)...his season high of nine points came in the Seminoles ACC Championship clinching win over North Carolina in the finals of the ACC Tournament (March 11)...his nine points against the Tar Heels ranks as the second highest scoring total in his personal history - rivaled only by his 12 points at NC State during his junior season...pulled down his career high of eight rebounds (including a career high seven defensive rebounds) in the Seminoles' 85-56 win over Auburn in Tallahassee (Jan. 4)...also earned his career high of two assists in the Seminoles' win over the Tigers...played his career high of 17 minutes in the Seminoles 84-70 win over Maryland at home in Tallahassee (Jan. 17)...totaled eight points and two blocked shots in the Seminoles' win over South Alabama (Nov. 20)...his eight points against the Jaguars ranked as his none conference season high and was one point below his season high of nine which came against North Carolina in the ACC Championship game won by the Seminoles to give them their first ever ACC Title...back to back strong scoring games of six points against UNC Greensboro (Dec. 11) and against Loyola Marymount (Dec. 18) at home saw him average 7.0- points and shoot .833 percent from the field (five of six) in the two wins at home...totaled 13 points (4.3 ppg) and five blocked shots (1.7 bpg) in consecutive wins against Stetson (Nov. 16), South Alabama and UMass in the first game of the Battle4Atlantis (Nov. 24)...(vs. Boston College): Scored 0 points and pulled down one rebound in nine minutes of playing time in Florida State's only game of the season against Boston College...the Eagles defeated the Seminoles, 64-60, in Chestnut Hill (Feb. 8)...(vs. Clemson): Averaged 1.0 point and 0.5 rebounds in two games against Clemson during the regular season...played in both games as the Seminoles and Tigers split the regular season series with each team winning at home...totaled zero points and one rebound in the Seminoles' ACC opening game at Clemson...the Tigers defeated the Seminoles, 79-59, at Littlejohn Coliseum (Jan. 7)...totaled two points in seven minutes of playing time as Florida State defeated Clemson, 80-72, on Senior Day in Tallahassee...his two points came on two free throws in the first half as the Seminoles built an early 16 point lead and led by 49-33 at the intermission...his two free throws gave the Seminoles a 29-23 lead with 6:36 left in the first half...the Seminoles' win over the Tigers closed out the regular season and gave Florida State a 21-9 overall record and a school record tying 12-4 record and a third place finish in the ACC standings...(vs. Duke): Averaged 2.0 points and 2.3 rebounds in three games against NCAA Tournament participant Duke...the Seminoles defeated the Blue Devils in two of three games to earn multiple wins in the same season over the Blue Devils for the first time in school history...the Seminoles defeated the No. 6 ranked Blue Devils, 76-73, in Cameron Indoor Stadium and topped the No. 4 ranked Blue Devils in the semifinals of the ACC Tournament to mark the first win over Duke in the postseason in school history...totaled two points and one rebound in eight minutes of play as Florida State defeated No. 6 ranked Duke, 76-73, at Cameron Indoor Stadium (Jan. 21)...the Seminoles won the game on an incredible buzzer-beating 3-point shot from just in front of the Seminoles' bench at the end of the second half...his two points came on a lay-up with 15:25 remaining in the game that gave Florida State a 40-39 lead...the basket proved important as the back and forth game saw five ties and eight lead changes...his basket helped Florida State recover from a 32-26 halftime deficit as after trailing by as many as six points in the second half...scored two points and pulled down four rebounds as Duke came into the Donald L. Tucker Center and defeated the Seminoles, 74-66, in one of the biggest home games in the history of the program (Feb. 23)...two points on a dunk gave Florida State a 13-12 advantage with 12:45 remaining in the first half...the Blue Devils recovered to take a 39-32 lead at the intermission...totaled three first half rebounds and one in the second half as Florida State fought to get back into the game...totaled two points, two rebounds and one blocked shot in the Seminoles' 62-59 win over the Blue Devils in the semifinals of the ACC Tournament at Philips Arena in Atlanta (March 10)...the Seminoles win over the Blue Devils vaulted the Seminoles into the championship game of the ACC Tournament and marked the Seminoles' first win over Duke in the ACC Tournament since joining the league in 1992...Florida State defeated North Carolina in the championship game to claim the first ACC Championship in school history...a lay-up at the 11:16 mark of the first half drew the Seminoles within 13-11...the basket proved to be the difference in the Seminoles' 33-31 halftime lead...recorded a blocked shot on a Seth Curry jumper with one second left on the first half clock to help the Seminoles keep their 33-31 lead and take it into halftime....(vs. Georgia Tech): Totaled two points and one assist in Florida State's only game of the season against Georgia Tech...the Seminoles recovered from a first half deficit (25-24) to outscore Georgia Tech in the second half and take the 68-54 win going away in Tallahassee (Feb. 1)... an assist early in the first half on a jumper by Okaro White gave Florida State a 9-5 lead with 14:47 left in the first half...a first half jumper at the 10:43 mark, gave Florida State a 14-5 lead...was directly responsible for four first half points as the Seminoles held the lead early, but lost the lead with under four minutes remaining...the Seminoles scored seven of the first nine points of the second half and won at home for their sixth of their school record seven consecutive ACC wins...the win allowed the Seminoles to improve to 15-6 overall and 6-1 in ACC play...(vs. Maryland): Scored zero points and pulled down three rebounds in the Seminoles' only game of the season against Maryland...Florida State led by as many as 21 points in winking, 84-70, in Tallahassee (Jan. 17)...played his career high of 17 minutes and helped defend Maryland's 7-footer Alex Lin...limited Lin to three points, two rebounds and only one blocked shot...helped hold Lin scoreless and rebound-less in the first half as Florida State took a 36-33 halftime lead...(vs. Miami): Averaged 2.0 points, 1.3 rebounds and 1.0 blocked shots in three games against NIT participant Miami...Florida State defeated Miami twice in the three game series with wins coming during the regular season in Tallahassee and in the quarterfinals of the ACC Tournament at Philips Arena in Atlanta...totaled four points, one rebound and one blocked shot in 10 minutes of play in helping Florida State to a 64-59 win over Miami in Tallahassee (Feb. 11)...was a perfect two of two from the free throw line in the win...all four points came in the first half... all four of his points came in a 58 second span and helped the Seminoles break a tie and take a lead into halftime...scored on a lay-up at the 2:39 mark to put the Seminoles up 26-24 and added two free throws at the 1:41 mark to increase the Seminoles' lead to 28-24...enjoyed an outstanding final four minutes of the first half with a blocked shot (to keep the game tie) and four points to put the Seminoles up at the intermission...scored zero points and pulled down zero rebounds in three minutes of play as the Seminoles fell, 78-62, in Coral Gables (Feb. 26)...totaled two points, three rebounds and two blocked shots in Florida State's 82-71 victory over Miami in the quarterfinals of the ACC Tournament at Philips Arena (March 9)...the win over the Hurricanes began the Seminoles' run to the first ACC Tournament Championship in school history...his two points came on a first half jumper to put the Seminoles ahead 28-21 with 5:07 left...his basket was a part of a half-ending 18-12 run by the Seminoles that gave them a commanding 36-27 halftime lead...(vs. North Carolina): Averaged 5.5 points and 4.5 rebounds in two games against NCAA Tournament participant North Carolina...the Seminoles defeated the Tar Heels twice - in Tallahassee during the regular season and in the ACC Tournament Championship game in Atlanta...shot the ball well from the field against North Carolina with a .800 percent field goal shooting percentage (four of five) and a 1.000 percent free throw shooting percentage (three of three)...both of the Seminoles wins over North Carolina were historic in the Seminoles' basketball history...Florida State defeated North Carolina, 90-57 (+33 points) for its largest margin of victory ever against the Tar Heels and topped the Tar Heels to win the ACC Championship...the Tar Heels were nationally ranked in both of the Seminoles' wins over the North Carolina - No. 3 nationally in the Seminoles 90-57 win at home and No. 4 nationally in the Seminoles' win in the championship game of the ACC Tournament...totaled two points and five rebounds in the Seminoles' 90-57 (+33 points) domination of the Tar Heels in Tallahassee (Jan. 14)...his two points came on two free throws at the 11:13 mark of the second half to give Florida State an incredible 30 point lead at 68-38 midway through the second half...Florida State led by as many as 33 points in knocking off the Tar Heels in a big and dramatic way to improve their ACC record to 2-1 and move into first place in the ACC standings - here they would stay for the next seven weeks...his five rebounds against the Tar Heels were tied for the second highest of his career in an ACC game...scored nine points, pulled down four rebounds and earned one steal in the Seminoles' 85-82 win over North Carolina at Philips Arena in Atlanta (March 11)...was a perfect four of four from the field (1.000 percent) and was a perfect one of one from the free throw line (1.000 percent)...was the wild card North Carolina didn't expect as he score more points in the first half of the ACC Tournament Championship game than he had scored in his previous five games (six total)...his seven points in the first half helped the Seminoles to a 49-40 halftime advantage...a jumper at the 9:02 mark of the first half gave Florida State a commanding 31-22 lead...five points in the final four minutes of the first half helped the Seminoles to their nine point halftime lead...an old fashion three point play at the 4:01 mark - a lay-up and the ensuing made free throw after he was fouled by Reggie Bullock out the Seminoles up 41-30...and dunk with 20 seconds left before halftime gave Florida State a 49-38 lead...another dunk at the 14:38 mark of the second half put Florida State up by 14 points at 62-58...all of his points were incredibly important as North Carolina rallied to come within one point with 31 seconds remaining and had a shot by P.J. Hairston at the buzzer as a possible game tying shot...(vs. NC State): Scored two points, pulled down one rebound and blocked two shots in the Seminoles only game of the season against NCAA Tournament participant NC State...played well defensively in the first half with one rebound and two blocked shots and helped the Seminoles pull away with a basket in the second half as Florida State won, 76-62, in Raleigh...a second half lay-up gave Florida State a 53-35 lead with 13:14 left in the game...the Seminoles led by as many as 20 on the road in the taking the win and upping their ACC record top 10-2 to mark the school record fourth consecutive season they had won 10 ACC games...(vs. Virginia): Averaged 1.0 point and 1.0 steal in two games against NCAA Tournament participant Virginia...totaled two points and two steals as Florida State defeated Virginia, 58-55, in Tallahassee (Feb. 4)...the Seminoles win over the Cavaliers was one of an ACC best six wins over ranked teams during the 2011-12 season...his two points on a jumper proved vitally important as the Seminoles won the game by three points...scored his basket at the 9:17 mark of the first half to give Florida State a 15-10 advantage on its way to a 23-22 halftime lead...his defense in the first half for the Seminoles was one of the differences in the game as he recorded two steals to help limit the Cavaliers to 33 points in the second half to secure the win...one of his two steals led directly to a 3-point shot by Okaro White and an 11-8 lead with 11:28 left before halftime...had two steals in the span of 1:03 of the first half as Florida State recovered by as much as a five point deficit during the first half to take a halftime lead...totaled zero points and zero rebounds in eight minutes of playing time as Florida State rallied with a 16-2 game ending run to defeat the Cavaliers, 63-60, in Charlottesville (March 1)...(vs. Virginia Tech): Averaged 2.0 points and 1.5 rebounds in two games against NIT participant Virginia Tech...scored zero points and earned two rebounds to go along with one blocked shot in helping Florida State to its 63-59 win over Virginia Tech in Blacksburg (Jan. 10) for the Seminoles' first ACC win of the season...one rebound and one blocked shot in the first half allowed Florida State to take a 30-21 halftime lead...despite being outscored in the second half, Florida State won its first of a school record seven ACC games in a row...scored four points to go along with one rebound and one steal as Florida State defeated Virginia Tech, 48-47, in Tallahassee...all four points came in the first half as Florida State moved out to a 25-23 lead at the intermission...an early lay-up at the 15:31 mark gave Florida State a 7-2 lead while a dunk at the 12:34 mark of the first half put Florida State up 11-4...the Hokies stormed back in the second half to take the lead only to see the Seminoles take the win on a buzzer bearing 3-poinmt shot by Michael Snaer with 2.4 seconds remaining in the game...the Seminoles trailed by as many as 15 in the second half before winning the game in incredible fashion...(vs. Wake Forest): Scored six points and pulled down six rebounds in 12 minutes of playing time as Florida State defeated Wake Forest in the only game of the season between the two teams...Florida State won the game on the road, 75-52, to raise its ACC record to 5-1...totaled four points and three rebounds in the first half to pace the Seminoles to a 29-23 halftime lead and totaled two points and three rebounds in the second half as Florida State pulled away for the win...six points and six rebounds marked his most complete performance in an ACC game during his career...(vs. Florida): Scored zero points but pulled down four rebounds in Florida State's only game of the season against NCAA Tournament participant Florida...(in three games during the Battle4Atlantis): Averaged 2.7 points, 3.3 rebounds and 1.0 blocked shots in three games during the inaugural Battle4Atlantis on Paradise Island in the Bahamas...averaged 10.3 minutes played per game in the first year of the event which is sure to become one of the top early season events in all of college basketball...(vs. UMass): Totaled four points, five rebounds and 2 blocked shots in 13 minutes of playing time in the Seminoles' 73-53 win over UMass (Nov. 24)...an outstanding first half with two points, five rebounds and one blocked shot in eight minutes of play to help the Seminoles take a 36-35 advantage...a first half lay-up gave Florida State a 15-8 lead with 11:18 to go before intermission...the Seminoles recovered from a deficit to take a 36-25 halftime lead...a second half lay-up increased the Seminoles advantage to 17 at 57-40 with 9:06 left in the game...(vs. Harvard): Totaled one point, two rebounds and 1 blocked shot in eight minutes of play as Florida State fell to Harvard, 46-41, in the second round of the Battle4Atlantis (Nov. 25)...his one point came on one of two free throw attempts in the first half as the Seminoles and the Crimson played to a 14-14 halftime tie...Harvard outscored the Seminoles 32-27, to win the game and would go on to defeat UCF in the championship game of the tournament...Harvard would win the game and play in the NCAA Tournament...(vs. UConn): Totaled three points, three rebounds and one assist as Florida State played then No. 4 ranked UConn in the consolation finals of the Battle4Atlantis (Nov. 26)...the Huskies rallied to tie the game at the end of regulation and took a 78-76 overtime decision to close out the tournament for both teams (Nov. 26)...a lay-up at the 13:10 mark of the first half gave Florida State a 10-9 lead while one of two free throws with 7:25 remaining until halftime tied the game at 17...earned an assist on a 3-point shot by Jeff Peterson to give the Seminoles a 12-10 lead with 11:58 left in the first half...UConn scored the final three points of the second half to tie the game at 71-71 and then outscore the Seminoles 7-5 in the overtime period to win the game...(in three games during the ACC Tournament): Averaged 4.3 points, 3.0 rebounds and 1.0 blocked shots in helping lead Florida State to the first ACC Championship in school history...shot the ball well from the field (.667 percent, six of nine) and made his only free throw attempt in the Seminoles wins over Miami in the quarterfinals, over No. 6 ranked and No. 2 seeded Duke in the semifinals and No. 4 ranked and No. 1 seeded North Carolina in the championship clinching finals...tied for second on the team with three blocked shots and averaged 11.3 minutes played per game in the Seminoles' first run to the league championship...two blocked shots in the Seminoles' win over Miami and one block in their win over Duke...Florida State became only the third team in ACC Tournament history to defeat Duke and North Carolina in the semifinals and finals of the event to win the championship...scored his season high of nine points in the Seminoles' championship clinching win over Carolina...(in two games during the NCAA Tournament): Averaged 2.5 points and 1.0 rebound in two games during the Seminoles fourth consecutive appearance in the NCAA Tournament...added two blocked shots and one steal as the Seminoles advanced out of the first round for the second time in his two year playing career as a Seminole...the Seminoles' second and third round games of the tournament were played at the Bridgestone Arena in Nashville, Tenn...(vs. St. Bonaventure): Scored five points and added one rebound in seven minutes of playing time in the Seminoles' first round NCAA Tournament victory over St. Bonaventure (March 16)...helped Florida State win the game and advance to the third round after the Seminoles trailed by as many 10 point in the first half and by two with 7:21 remaining in the second half...a three point play with a tip in and the ensuing free throw shot pulled the Seminoles to within 15-10 with 12:40 left in the first half...a dunk at the 10:38 mark of the second half brought the Seminoles to within four at 48-44...his dunk began a game ending 25-15 run that saw the Seminoles turn a 48-42 deficit into a 63-60 win....the Seminoles didn't take the lead for good until a 3-point shot by Ian Miller put the Seminoles up 55-52 with 5:18 left...Florida State outscored the Bonnies, 11-8 in the final six minutes of the game to gain the win...(vs. Cincinnati): Scored zero points, pulled down one rebound and blocked two shots in the Seminoles third round game against sixth seeded Cincinnati...the Seminoles endured 19 lead changes and 11 ties before falling, 62-56, to see their season come to an end...

AS A JUNIOR (2011): Averaged 3.2 points (10th on the team) and 2.3 rebounds (ninth) as he played in 25 games and averaged 9.8 minutes played per game in his first season as a Seminole...showed flashes of brilliance as he helped Florida State to its school record tying third consecutive berth in the NCAA Tournament to its third consecutive top four finish in the ACC standings...the Seminoles finished the 2010-11 season with a 23-11 overall mark and an 11-5 record in the ACC...also blocked 10 shots to rank sixth in the team with a 0.4 blocked shots per game average...scored in double figures once during his first season as a Seminole with 12 points coming in the Seminoles regular season finale against NC State in Raleigh...established career highs in the game against the Wolfpack in Raleigh for points (12), field goals made (five), field goals attempted (nine) and free throw percentage (two of two, 1.000)...totaled six points in his first career game against Stetson (Dec. 15) as he established career highs for free throws made (six) and free throws attempted (10) in the Seminoles' 97-63 victory in Tallahassee...he also pulled down his season high of six rebounds in the Seminoles' victory over the Hatters...averaged 1.8 points and 1.7 rebounds in six of the Seminoles' eight games played against nationally ranked opponents during the season and averaged 2.0 points and 1.9 rebounds in eight games played against teams that played in the NCAA Tournament...averaged 3.6 points and 1.9 rebounds in seven games against teams that played in the NIT...averaged more points (3.2 vs. 2.2) and more rebounds (2.3 vs. 1.8) in 15 ACC games as compared to 10 non regular season ACC games...blocked a career high tying two shots in the Seminoles' opening round game of the NCAA Tournament against No. 2 ranked Texas A&M...marked the first time in his career that he earned multiple blocked shots in a game...played in four wins over nationally ranked opponents - No. 1 Duke (Jan. 12), No. 5 Notre Dame (March 20), No. 15 Baylor (Dec. 25) and No. 20 Texas A&M (March 18)...the Seminoles' four wins over nationally ranked opponents marked the first time since the 1993-94 season and the fifth time in school history the Seminoles had defeated at least four ranked teams in one season...in finishing in third place in the ACC standings, Kreft helped Florida State continue to rank as the ACC's third winningest team in the last six seasons...the Seminoles, Duke and North Carolina are the three winningest programs in the ACC since the start of the 2005-06 season...the Seminoles and Duke are the only two teams in the ACC who have won at least 10 games and finished in the top three of the ACC standings during Kreft's career...(vs. Boston College): Scored four points and pulled down two rebounds in Florida State's only game against NIT participant Boston College during the 2010-11 season...made two of his three shots from the field (.667 ) and added one of his seven assists during the season as the Seminoles defeated the Eagles, 67-51, in Tallahassee (Jan. 22)...all four points came in the first half of the win as the Seminoles fought to take a 29-27 halftime lead...consecutive baskets for the Seminoles came in a 56 second span and helped the Seminoles extend a one point advantage to a five point lead with 1:21 left in the first half...the Eagles came within two at the intermission by three free throws by Reggie Jackson but Kreft's two baskets helped the Seminoles continue to hold their lead...also a defensive presence who helped limit the Eagles to 51 total points (including 24 in the second half) and a .354 shooting field goal shooting percentage...(vs. Clemson): Scored five points and pulled down five rebounds in one game played against NCAA Tournament participant Clemson...played against the Tigers in the second game of the season against Clemson but did not play in the ACC opener in December between the two teams...the Seminoles and the Tigers split their two game regular season series with each team winning on its home court...five points on two field goals and one free throw as Florida State fell at Clemson, 62-44, at Littlejohn Coliseum in Clemson (Jan. 29)...ranked second on the team with his five rebounds...three first half points and two in the second half as Florida State played up hill against the Tigers on the road...Florida State trailed 27-18 at the intermission and were never really able to work themselves back into the game...(vs. Duke): Scored zero points but pulled down two rebounds and was credited with one steal in Florida State's only game of the season against NCAA Tournament participant and ACC Champion Duke...the Seminoles defeated the No. 1 ranked Blue Devils, 66-61, in Tallahassee (Jan. 12)...the win marked Florida State's second win of the season over a ranked team and its fourth win over the nation's No. 1 ranked team in school history...two rebounds and one steal in six minutes of play in the first half as Florida State earned a 28-24 halftime lead and five minutes of play in the second half as Florida State took their signature ACC win of the season...his defensive presence in the paint helped limit Duke to a .311 shooting percentage from the field and 61 total points...his steal helped Florida State to nine steals and limited the Blue Devils usually stellar assist:turnover ratio as Duke managed nine assists against 15 turnovers...his play helped Florida State gain the win in a game that saw nine ties and eight lead changes...(vs. Georgia Tech): Totaled three points, four rebounds, one blocked shot, one steal and one assist in the Seminoles' only game of the season against Georgia Tech...earned 12 minutes of playing time as Florida State led from wire-to-wire in defeating the Yellow Jackets, 72-63, in Atlanta (Feb. 10)...the game ranked as one of three in his first season that saw him earn a blocked shot and a steal in the same game...three second half points as Florida State gained their seventh ACC victory of the season...his three second half free throws allowed the Seminoles to hold a double digit lead for the majority of the game...his first half steal lead directly to a lay-up by Deividas Dulkys which gave Florida State a 12-2 lead at the 13:49 mark of the half...the Seminoles opened up a 17-2 lead on their way to as much as a 16 point first half lead...Georgia Tech never led in the game as the win ranked as one of six games during the season the Seminoles led wire to wire...(vs. Maryland): Totaled zero points, one rebound, one blocked shot and one steal in the Seminoles' only game of the season against Maryland...the Terps defeated the Seminoles, 78-62, in College Park, Md. (Feb. 23)...Florida State led by as many as seven points in the first half after a white hot start but could not come back from as much as a 17 point deficit in the second half in falling on the road in the ACC...(vs. Miami): Averaged 1.5 points and 2.5 rebounds in two games against NIT Participant Miami...the Seminoles won both game of the regular season series with wins in both Coral Gables and Tallahassee...totaled two points and five rebounds in nine minutes of play in the Seminoles' 55-53 victory over the Hurricanes in Coral Gables (Jan. 19)...the Seminoles won the game despite trailing by as many as 12 in the first half and not scoring their first field goal of the game until there were nearly 10 minutes elapsed in the first half...his only basket of the game came in the second half and brought the Seminoles to within three at 37-40 at the 12:43 mark of the second half...his basket helped the Seminoles end the game on a 20-13 run to gain the win...the Seminoles went down by as many as 12 in the first half and did not take a lead until a lay-up by Derwin Kitchen with 5:35 remaining in the game...totaled one point in five minutes of playing time as the Seminoles defeated Miami, 65-59, in Tallahassee (Feb. 26)...made one of two free throws in giving the Seminoles a 42-27 lead at the 15:11 mark of the second half...Florida State jumped out to as much as a 22 point first half lead and never trailed in winning the game at home...(vs. North Carolina): Averaged 3.0 points and 3.0 rebounds in two games against NCAA Tournament participant North Carolina...averaged 12.5 minutes played as the Tar Heels won both games of the regular season series between the two teams...totaled three points and three rebounds in 15 minutes played as the Seminoles traveled to play at North Carolina on Super Bowl Sunday...the Tar Heels defeated the Seminoles, 89-69, in Chapel Hill (Feb. 6)...all three points came in the second half as the Seminoles fought to get back into the game after trailing 43-34 at halftime...a dunk at the 11:46 mark of the second half brought Florida State to within nine at 48-57...totaled three points and three rebounds in 10 minutes of play as North Carolina stole a victory in Tallahassee...the Tar Heels defeated the Seminoles, 72-70, on a buzzer beating 3-point shot with three seconds remaining in the game by All-American Harrison Barnes...Kreft totaled three points on a lay-up that gave the Seminoles a 20-19 lead at the 10:19 mark of the first half and free throw at the 6:57 mark of the second half that brought Florida State to within two at 55:57...the Seminoles took the lead in the game with 18 seconds remaining on two free throws by Derwin Kitchen that gave Florida State a short lived 70-69 advantage...Kitchen's free throws set up Barnes for his heroics with his game winning shot with three seconds remaining in the game...the Seminoles and Tar Heels played through 14 leads changes and 11 ties...(vs. NC State): Averaged 9.5 points and 2.0 rebounds in two games against NC State during the regular season...shot the ball well against the Wolfpack as he shot .583 (seven of 12) from the field and .833 (five of six) from the free throw line...he was also second on the team in blocked shots with two against NC State as the Seminoles won in both Tallahassee and Raleigh to close the regular season...scored seven points to go along with two rebounds and one blocked shot in Florida State's 84-71 victory over NC State in Tallahassee (Jan. 15)...was two of three from the field (.667) and three of four from the free throw line (.750) to establish his personal best for free throws made in an ACC game...two points on a first half jumper proved to be the game winning basket as it gave Florida State an 18-16 advantage with 6:01 remaining before halftime...helped the Seminoles take a 28-19 lead at the intermission...scored five points in the second half as Florida State outscored NC State 56-52 in the second half to gain the win...the victory over NC State was important, too, because it was the Seminoles' first game after defeating No. 1 Duke at home just three days earlier...totaled his career high of 12 points as Florida State closed out its regular season with a 72-62 victory in Raleigh...the 12 points rank as his overall career high, his ACC career high and marked the first time he scored in double figures in his Florida State career...five points on two made field goals and one free throw as Florida State raced to as much as a 13 point first half lead and a 34-25 lead at halftime...an old fashion 3-point play on a lay-up and the ensuing free throw gave Florida State a 19-8 advantage at the 11:17 mark while a lay-up at the 7:55 mark put the Seminoles up 25-14...four more points in a 44 second span during the second half gave Florida State a 47-37 lead with 14:00 minutes left in the game...a dunk at the 12:13 and a third point on a free throw increased Florida State's lead back to eight at 50-42...all of Kreft's career high 12 point were important as the Wolfpack took a short lived lead before taking the lead back for good at the 6:52 mark on a lay-up by Derwin Kitchen...the win was important for the Seminoles as it closed out their regular season with a 21-9 overall record and more importantly an 11-5 record and a third place finish in the ACC standings...it marked the third consecutive season the Seminoles had won at least 10 conference games and finished in the top four of the league standings...(vs. Virginia): Scored seven points and pulled down three rebounds in Florida State's only game of the season against Virginia...shot the ball well against the Cavaliers as he made three of four field goal attempts (.750) and was a perfect one of one from the free throw line (1.000)...Florida State rallied from as much as a seven point deficit in the first half to beat the Cavaliers, 63-56, in Tallahassee (Feb. 12)...two first half points on a jumper with 2:21 remaining gave the Seminoles a 32-21 lead and helped Florida State to a 34-23 halftime lead...five second half points all came in a span of 1:20 and helped Florida State to a 50-35 lead with 12:51 left in the game...scored on another of his patented three point plays and a jumper with all of his points growing in importance as the Cavaliers closed to within three of the Seminoles with inside of two minutes remaining...(vs. Virginia Tech): Averaged 2.0 points and 2.0 rebounds in two games against NIT participant Virginia Tech...the Hokies won both games during the season with the first one coming during the regular season in Blacksburg and the second in Kreft's first career ACC Tournament game at the Greensboro Coliseum...two first half points as Florida State fell behind the Hokies early and fell in is second ACC game of the season, 71-59, in Blacksburg (Jan. 8)...two first half points to help Florida State to a quick 27-19 half time lead in the ACC Tournament...the Hokies outscored the Seminoles, 33-24 in the second half to gain the 52-51 win...the game was decided as the game ended on a 3-point shot by Derwin Kitchen that would have given the Seminoles a 54-52 win...after much discussion and review the shot was ruled to have left Kitchen's fingers after the buzzer had sounded giving the Hokies the win...(vs. Wake Forest): Averaged 4.0 points and 3.5 rebounds in two games against Wake Forest...Florida State swept the season series against the Deacons winning in both Tallahassee and Winston Salem...scored six points and pulled down five rebounds in 16 minutes of playing time as the Seminoles defeated Wake Forest, 85-61, Tallahassee (Feb. 1)...three first half points in leading the Seminoles to a 31-19 halftime advantage and three second half points in leading Florida State to as much as a 32 point lead in the second half...the Seminoles' 32 point lead against the Deacons was their largest in an ACC game during the 2010-11 season...his dunk with 1:25 left in the game gave Florida State an 82-57 lead...scored two points and pulled down two rebounds in helping jumpstart Florida State's offense in defeating the Deacons, 84-66, in Winston-Salem (Feb. 19)...two second half points on a lay-up gave Florida State a 46-39 lead and was part of a 53-33 scoring advantage for the Seminoles in the second half of the victory...(In Three Games During The NCAA Tournament): Averaged 1.0 points and 0.7 rebounds in helping the Seminoles advance to the Sweet 16 of the NCAA Tournament for the first time since the 1993 season and for only the fourth time in school history...the Seminoles defeated No. 20 ranked and seventh seeded Texas A&M and No. 5 ranked and second seeded Notre Dame at the United Center in Chicago, Ill., and played VCU in the Sweet 16 at the Alamodome in San Antonio, Tex...the Seminoles' victories over the nationally ranked Texas A&M and Notre Dame teams marked the first time since the 1972 NCAA Tournament that Florida State had defeated multiple ranked teams in the NCAA Tournament in the same year...(vs. Texas A&M): Totaled zero points, two rebounds and a career-high two blocked shots in the Seminoles' 57-50 victory over Texas A&M in Chicago (March 18)...the victory over the Aggies marked the Seminoles' first NCAA Tournament victory since 1998...his two blocked shots helped the Seminoles block a Florida State team record 10 shots in the NCAA Tournament....a blocked shot at the 6:12 mark of the first half helped the Seminoles keep a 15-13 advantage and a second blocked shot with 5:42 left in the game allowed the Seminoles to hold onto a 45-40 advantage...(vs. Notre Dame): Scored three points and blocked one shot in Florida State's 71-57 win over No. 5 ranked Notre Dame at the United Center in Chicago that sent the Seminoles to the Sweet 16 of the NCAA Tournament for the first time since 1993...one point on a first half free throw to give Florida State a 32-19 lead at the 3:53 mark...Florida State led 34-23 at the half...added a second half field goal as Florida State ran away and hid from the Fighting Irish - the same team that finished in second place in the Big East standings - which was considered by some to be toughest league in all of college basketball during the regular season...(vs. VCU): Totaled zero points and zero rebounds against VCU in the Sweet 16 round of the NCAA Tournament...his seven minutes played weren't enough as the Rams defeated the Seminoles, 72-71 in overtime, at the Alamodome in San Antonio, Tex...(In Three Games During The Diamond Head Classic): Averaged 1.3 points and 1.3 rebounds as the Seminoles finished in third place at the Diamond Head Classic at the Stan Sheriff Center at the University of Hawaii in Honolulu...the Seminoles defeated the homestanding Rainbow Warriors of Hawaii and No. 15 ranked Baylor while losing by only three points to NCAA Tournament runner-up Butler...(vs. Hawaii): Totaled zero points, four rebounds and one blocked shot in the Seminoles 70-62 win over Hawaii on their home court (Dec. 22)...the Seminoles led 33-25 at the half and by as many as 17 in the second half in moving onto the semifinals of the tournament...(vs. Butler): Totaled two points and zero rebounds in five minutes of playing time as Florida State rallied but fell to Butler, 67-64, at the Stan Sheriff Center at the University of Hawaii (Dec. 23)...a first half jumper at the 4:31 mark helped the Seminoles pull to within five points at 11-16...his field goal was part of a 12-5 half ending run that allowed Florida State go from a 10 point deficit with 8:13 remaining the half to a workable two point deficit at the intermission...the Bulldogs built their lead back up to 15 in the second half by the Seminoles came roaring back to fall by only three points...(vs. Baylor): Scored two points as Florida State defeated No. 15 Baylor in the final game of the Diamond Head Classic, 68-61, at the University of Hawaii (Dec. 25)...a first half jumper at the 12:11 mark helped Florida State pull to within six at 8-14...his basket helped Florida State begin a 31-19 run to end the half in giving the Seminoles a 37-33 advantage after trailing by as many as nine in the first half...his first half basket proved valuable as the Bears rallied to tie the game in the second half but never re took the lead...the win was significant as more than just a win for the Seminoles as it was their first victory over a ranked team (its first of four) during the season...(vs. Florida): Did not play in Florida State's only game of the season against the Gators...Florida held on for a 55-51 win in Tallahassee (Nov. 28)...

AT CHIPOLA COMMUNITY COLLEGE: Played two seasons for one of the top junior college programs in the nation and earned his associates degree in August of 2009...Chipola finished the 2009 season with s 34-2 overall record...helped lead Chipola to the nation's No. 1 ranking in the final regular season JUCO poll and into the Final Four of the National Junior College Tournament in Hutchinson, Kansas...Chipola began the season as the nation's No. 2 ranked JUCO team and took over the No. 1 ranking during the fourth week of the season and held the top spot for the remainder of the season...Chipola was the No. 1 ranked team in the state of Florida in 12 of the 16 weeks including the final 11 weeks of the season in 2008-09...helped lead Chipola to the Florida Community College Athletic Association championship in both 2008 and 2009...Chipola finished with a 28-1 record and a perfect 12-0 mark in Panhandle Conference play...Chipola finished in third place at the National Junior College Tournament in Hutchinson, Kansas...defeated Connors State College, 102-70, in the third place game...lost to Salt Lake Community College in the fourth round of the five round tournament in its quest to win the JUCO national championship...earned All-Panhandle Conference Second Team honors as a sophomore in 2009...helped Chipola rank in the top five of nearly every FCCAA team statistic during the 2008-09 season including second in free throw percentage and third in scoring defense...Chipola clinched the Panhandle Conference championship with a victory over Tallahassee Community College on Feb. 7...Chipola won the championships of the Rick Flores Tip-Off and GPC Tip-Off Classics to begin the 2008-09 season...suffered its only loss of the season on November 1 to Three Rivers Community College and responded with a school record 27 wins to close out the regular season...won the FCCAA/NJCAA Region VIII championship with victories over Hillsborough Community College (94-37), Central Florida (93-63) and Gulf Coast (68-65) in the region championship game...scored 13 points to go along with six rebounds and two assists in Chipola's victory over Hillsborough...totaled six points, three assists and two blocked shots in the Warriors victory over Central Florida...committed to UAB as a sophomore at Chipola before affirming his decision to play at Florida State during the final two seasons of his collegiate career...

AT STONEMAN DOUGLAS: Graduated from Marjory Stoneman High School in Parkland, Fla., in 2006...averaged a double-double of 12 points, 10 rebounds, 3.8 blocked shots and 3.0 assists per game as a senior...an All-State third team selection by the Florida Sports Writers Association as a senior...led the Eagles to a 22-5 record and into the regional finals of the Class 6A State Tournament...became a starter on the Douglas varsity as a sophomore...best game of his senior season came against Plantation High School as he totaled a double of 23 points and 18 rebounds to go along with seven blocked shots...a double-double of 12 points and 11 rebounds led Douglas past Boyd Anderson...led the Eagles past Monarch High School with a near quadruple-double of eight points, 11 rebounds, nine assists and six blocked shots...averaged a double-double of 17 points and 12 rebounds as a junior.

PERSONAL: Born Oct. 21, 1986...Jon is the son of Paula and Bruce Kreft...an older brother, Dan, played a Northwestern from 1994-96...the No. 6 overall JUCO prospect in the nation for the 2008-09 season by Mike Mitchell of the Midwest Scouting Service...the No. 12 overall junior college prospect and a four start prospect in 2009 by JUCO Junction...led Chipola to a third place finish in the Junior College National Championship Tournament in 2009...originally a member of Florida State's recruiting class in 2006 that was ranked as high of seventh in the nation by CBS SportsLine.com...has a solid seven-foot frame and an extraordinary wingspan of nearly 56 inches...earned a five-star ranking and was the nation's 29th rated prospect in the Class of 2006 by Rivals.com...the fifth highest ranking center on the Rivals.com top 150 list and earned the same five-star ranking as Greg Oden (Ohio State) who was regarded as the top high school player entering the college ranks for the 2006-07 season...was the eighth highest ranked high school player who signed with an ACC school and who will begin playing collegiately during the fall of 2006...the nation's 48th best prospect as ranked by the Galaxy of Stars Prep Basketball Magazine...selected as the class of 2006 Player of the Year in the state of Florida by uselitephenoms.com...ranked as the fourth best prospect at the center position by Rivals.com during his senior season...played in the 2006 Jordan All-American game in the famed Madison Square Garden following his senior season...scored four points and pulled down seven rebounds and blocked two shots in the Jordan Game...played on one of the state of Florida's top AAU teams - the South Florida Heat during his prep career...selected Florida State as a junior in high school over both Florida and Miami...

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