Oct. 30, 2012
By: Patrick O'Neill, FSU Sports Information Intern
Collin Engelhardt is a freshman member of the Florida State Men's golf team. Originally from Buffalo, New York, Engelhardt attended Trinity Prep in Winter Park, Florida. While at Trinity, Englehardt won the 2010 1A State Championship. That same year, Engelhardt was invited to play in the USGA Junior Amateur tournament. Since joining Florida State, Engelhardt has competed in three tournaments, including the team's most recent trip to the Querencia Cabo Invitational where he placed 24th overall. Seminoles.com recently had the chance to speak with Collin and this is what he had to say.
So Collin, what are some of the major differences you've noticed about the transition to collegiate golf?
What's something you've been working on in the off season to improve your game this year?
If you weren't playing golf right now, what would you be doing instead?
What's one thing that the rest of your teammates wouldn't know about you?
What's the best thing about playing a collegiate sport?