On Rymer: Earned four varsity letters as a member of the Seminole men's golf team and earned his bachelor's degree in sport management in April of 2008...played in 16 events during his career and helped the Seminoles to one team championship (the fall 2007 Inverness Intercollegiate) and 10 top-10 team finishes during his career...his play during the 2005-06 season helped the helped the team earn a bid to the 2006 NCAA East Regional Championship - the first time the Seminoles had been to the NCAA Tournament since the 1998 season...Florida State advanced to the NCAA Tournament in each of his final three years as an active member of the team...established his personal career best for low round (67) and his best tournament score (215) came at the spring 2006 Lexus/Naples Intercollegiate to help the Seminoles to a second place team finish...transferred to Florida State after spending three semesters at the University of Texas averaged 75.77 strokes in 48 rounds during 16 tournaments in his collegiate career.
Fall 2003: A redshirt member of the varsity men's golf team at the University of Texas but did not compete in any events.
Spring 2004: A redshirt member of the varsity men's golf team at the University of Texas but did not compete in any events.
Fall 2004: A member of the varsity men's golf team at the University of Texas but did not compete in any events.
Spring 2005: Transferred to Florida State from the University of Texas and competed in three events for the Seminoles...a member of the starting lineup for the Seminoles in the Gator Invitational and the Mercedes Benz Collegiate Classic and played as an individual in the Florida State hosted Seminole Intercollegiate...best outing came in the Seminole Intercollegiate as he established season-bests for lowest single-round score (69), lowest tournament score (225) and best finish (tied for 29) in the event played at the Golden Eagle Country Club in Tallahassee...best 36-hole score (144) came at the Seminole Intercollegiate with scores of 75 and 69 in the first and second rounds of the Seminole...helped Florida State earn a third place team finish at the Gator Invitational...carded a 74 in his first career collegiate round and had two of his three rounds counted at the Gator Invitational...averaged 76.67 strokes in nine rounds during three tournaments...
Fall 2005: Played in one event - The Gary Koch Intercollegiate - and helped the Seminoles to an eighth place finish in the team standings...his best round was the third as he carded a one-over par 73...earned one of seven career top-50 finishes as he finished tied for 46th in the individual standings...averaged 75.33 strokes in three rounds during one tournament..
Spring 2006: One of the busiest Seminoles as he played in six of Florida State's nine events during the spring season...his play helped Florida State qualify to play in the NCAA East Regional Championship...his best career event came at the Lexus/Naples Intercollegiate as he shot a career-best 215 total and finished in a career-best tied for 15th place in the individual standings...established career-best statistics for single-round score (67), three-round tournament score (215), tournament score vs. par (-1) and best finish (tied for 15th) at the Lexus/Naples...helped Florida State to a second place finish in the team standings - its best finish of the fall 2005 and spring 2006 seasons...finished tied for 21st in the individual standings in helping the Seminoles to a third place finish in the team standings at the Gator Invitational...second best career tournament score with three rounds of 73-73-73 for a 219 total...played well at the Florida State hosted Seminole Intercollegiate with a 222 total on the par 72 course which landed him a +6 score vs. par - the second best score vs. par in his collegiate career...helped Florida State to a fourth place team finish at the General Jim Hackler Invitational...counted 14 of his 18 rounds (.778) toward the team score...averaged a career-low 74.72 strokes in 18 rounds during six tournaments.
Fall 2006: Competed in two events and helped the Seminoles to a pair of top-10 team finishes...helped the Seminoles to a ninth place finish at the Shoal Creek Intercollegiate and a third place finish at the Shoal Creek Intercollegiate...best round of the season - an even par 71 - came in the first round of the Inverness Intercollegiate...finished in a tie for 37th in the team standings...counted two of his three individual scores toward the team scored to help Florida State finish in third place in the team standings at Shoal Creek...averaged 77.83 strokes in six rounds during two tournaments.
Spring 2007: A member of the team but did not compete in any events.
Fall 2007: Participated in three events and helped the Seminoles to the team championship at the Inverness Intercollegiate and to a top 10 team finish at the PING/GolfWeek Preview...also a member of the Seminoles' starting line-up at the UCF/Isleworth Collegiate...best event of the season came as he finished in a tie for 22nd place with a career-best 222 tournament score as the Seminoles claimed the team championship at the Inverness Intercollegiate...carded a near career-best 70 in the second round of the event...helped Florida State to a seventh place finish in the PING/GolfWeek Preview with a 223 tournament total and an individual finish in a tie for 63rd place...the Seminoles' No. 3 finisher at the UCFG/Isleworth Intercollegiate...averaged 75.44 strokes in nine rounds during three tournaments...
Spring 2008: Helped lead Florida State to a fifth place team finish at the River Landing Intercollegiate...was one of two top-10 finishes he helped the Seminoles achieve during his senior season...opened the event with a three-over par score of 75 and closed with a 77...averaged 76.67 strokes in three round during one tournament during his final season playing for the Seminoles...
Before Florida State: Graduated from the David Leadbetter Academy in 2003...attended the Leadbetter Academy from the second semester of his sophomore year through his senior year of high school...a student at Trinity School in Minnesota during his freshman and the first half of his sophomore years...attended the University of Texas and was a redshirt member of the Longhorn golf team during the fall of 2003, the spring of 2004 and the fall of 2004...ranked as the No. 22 amateur in the GolfWeek/Sagarin Rankings as a high school senior in 2003...obtained the No. 1 ranking in the Minnesota Junior Golf Scoreboard listing of the top junior golfers in the state during the summer of 2002.
Personal: Born Oct. 20, 1984...Tommy is the son of Ed and Paulette Rymer...has two sisters, Jamie and Brooke, and one brother, Eddie...a member of the honor roll in high school...earned his bachelors degree in sport management in April of 2008.