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  Michael Hebert
Michael Hebert

Hometown:
Orlando, FL

High School:
Circle Christian High School

Height:
6-1

Birthdate:
12/17/1990

Experience:
1 VL


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On Hebert: Made a personal decision along with his family to leave the Seminole men's golf team at the conclusion of the 2009-10 season...will continue his career at an unnamed institution in the fall of 2010 ...among the team leaders in tournaments played, 10, as a freshman including the NCAA Central Regional Championship at the NCAA Championship finals in 2010...helped the Seminoles finish in second place in the NCAA Central Regional championship and in third place at the NCAA Championship finals...the Seminoles led the NCAA Championship finals for the first two rounds of stroke play before finishing in second place and finished in third place in the national finals as they finished 1-1 in match play with a victory over Texas Tech and a loss to national champions Augusta State...was one of six Seminoles who played in at least 10 events in 2009-10....his played helped the Seminoles reach the NCAA regionals for the fifth consecutive year and the NCAA championship finals for the second time in the last four years...in the Seminoles' starting line-up for all three tournament victories in 2009-10 at the fall season opening Golfweek Challenge, at the Gary Koch Intercollegiate and at the Florida State hosted Seminole Intercollegiate during the spring season...Florida State won the first two tournaments he played in during his career - the GolfWeek Challenge and the Gary Koch...career best round of 64 helped the Seminoles finish in second place at the NCAA Central Regional Championship...his score of 64 was only one stroke off of the school record of 63 by Matt Savage at the Florida State Spring Break Invitational in the spring of 2009...a 2008 American Junior Golf Association All-American and the 2007 state of Florida junior champion...a winner at ever level he has played at and led his team to two state championship titles and two third place state championship tournament finishes during his much decorated high school career...advanced to sectional qualifying for the 2008 US Open with a 68 in the first round of the event...averaged 73.57 strokes in 28 rounds during 10 tournaments as freshman a freshman...

Fall 2009: In Florida State's starting line-up for three events including the Seminoles' season-opening victory at the Golfweek Challenge...counted his first collegiate round toward the team score - an even par 72 -- as the Seminoles began to make their move toward their first of three championships during his first year in Tallahassee...earned his first career top 10 finish in helping the Seminoles to the team championship at the Gary Koch Intercollegiate...had all three of scores counted toward the team score as the Seminoles earned the 16 stroke victory over Texas Tech...the best 36 hole total (70-70=140) of his first season came in leading the Seminoles in to second place after the first two rounds of play...He was in a tie for 18th place after the first two rounds...his score of 71 in the third round allowed him to earn his first career top 10 finish (tied for 10th) and helped the Seminoles leapfrog the Red Raiders and take home the tournament title...his score of 71 was the third lowest for the team in the final round while his third place finish among his Seminole teammates is the highest of the fall season and the second highest of his career...capped out his scores for the season with a minus five score vs. par and a 211 total score in the Gary Koch...helped the Seminoles to a fourth consecutive top 10 finish at the Brickyard Intercollegiate...averaged a career-low 73.75 strokes in eight rounds during three tournaments...

Spring 2010: Played his best golf in the month of May in leading the Seminoles to a No. 6 final national ranking, a third place finish in the NCAA Championship finals and a second place finish in the NCAA Central Regional championship...was three strokes under par in NCAA play as he carded a one under par score of 209 in regional play and a two under par 214 in the NCAA Championship...finished in tie for 11th in the individual standings in the NCAA Central Regional and in a tie for 18th place in the individual standings in the NCAA Championship finals...tied for the second highest finishing freshman in the nation in the Championship finals and the third highest finishing freshman at the NCAA Central Regional championship...the only freshman to play in match play at the NCAA Championship and finished with a 1-1 record...earned his way back in to the starting line up at the right time for the Seminoles...after not playing in the ACC Championship, he earned three consecutive top 20 finishes in the Golden Ocala Invitational (14th), the NCAA Central Regional Championship (tied for 11th) and in the NCAA Championship (tied for 18th) with a cumulative score of minus three in those events...played the best round of his career in the third round of the NCAA Central Regional with a six under par score of 64...his was the lowest score of the year by any of his Seminole teammates...during his spectacular round he carded a single round career high six birdies, did not finish with a single hole over par and was never over par during the round...after earning even par scores on his first two holes he moved to as many as six stokes under par in finishing at 64...Hebert came within one stroke to tying Matt Savage's school record of 63 in the spring 2009 Florida State Spring Break Invitational at the Don Veller Seminole Golf Course in Tallahassee...moved from a tie for 36th place after two rounds to a tie for 11th place in the final individual standings...finished in a tie for 18th place in the individual standings in leading the Seminoles to a historic third place finish in the event...the Seminoles finished in second place in three rounds of stroke play and advanced to the national semifinals of stroke play...was a standout for Florida State with scores of 73-68-73 for a 214 total...finished tied for second among his Seminole teammates...Florida State was in first place in the team standings after the first two rounds of play and finished in second place in the final standings behind Oklahoma State...after carding his second round 68 he was in a tie for 11th place in the individual standings...best finish of his first year came at the Gator Invitational at the University of Florida as he helped Florida State to a second place finish in the team standings with a tied for seventh place finish in the individual standings...second best single round score of 67 came in the first round of the Gator Invitational and placed him in first after the first 18 holes...earned the first eagle of his collegiate career in carding his 67...Hebert was in a tie for fourth place and the Seminoles were in third place after two rounds of the event...carded a 72 in the final round to lead Florida State to its fourth of 10 top five finishes for the year...helped Florida State to the championship of the Seminole Intercollegiate with a top 40 finish at Southwood Golf Course in Tallahassee...began the event with a 70 and was in a tie for seventh place in leading the Seminoles to the first round lead...the Seminole led the event wire to wire to claim the championship...also in the Seminoles' starting line-up as the team finished in seventh place at the Linger Longer Invitational...averaged 73.50 strokes in 20 rounds during seven tournaments...

Before Florida State: Graduated from Circle Christian High School in Orlando in 2009....ranked sixth in the class of 2009 in GolfWeek's junior world rankings as he enters Florida State for his freshman season...finished as the runner-up at the 2009 AJGA Thunderbird Invitational and at the 2009 AJGA Mizuno Classic...earned a first place finish at the 2008 USGA Junior Amateur qualifier at the Bridgewater Golf Club in Lakeland, Fla...a second place finish came at the 2008 AJGA Horseshoe Bend Junior Classic at the Horseshoe Bend County Club in Davenport, Ga., to go along with five other top 10 junior tournament finishes...won five Florida Junior Tour events including Eaglecreek, Riverwood, Coral Creek, Southwood and the Sate Junior...also earned first place junior golf finishes at the 2008 Qdoba Tournament of Champions at the Providence Golf Club in Davenport, Fla...won the FCWT event at Orange Lake with scores of 68-68 in 2007...named the MVP of his high school golf team which he led to back-to-back 1A state championships in his junior and senior seasons of 2007 and 2008...led the Centurions to the state championship in each of his four seasons on the varsity and earned individual finishes that improved each season...he finished in 12th place as a freshman, in eighth as a sophomore, in fifth as a junior and in third as the second runner-up top the championship his senior season...averaged a school-record low 34.35 strokes for nine holes as a senior...his average was the lowest in the central Florida region during his senior season...named the prep Athlete of the Week once during his senior season as named by the Orlando Sentinel...led his high school team to four district championships, four regional championships, two state championships and three third place state championship finishes in during his medal filled high school career...

Personal: Born Dec. 17, 1990...Michael is the son of Lynda and Andre Hebert...has two sister, Charisse and Rachelle...graduated from high school with a 3.9 grade point average...is a huge fan of the Orlando Magic basketball team...hobbies are playing basketball and ping pong as well as spending time with friends...majoring in sport management.

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