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  Whitney Brummett
Whitney Brummett

Hometown:
Eureka, Mo.

High School:
Eureka

Height:
5-7

Birthdate:
08/15/1986

Experience:
4 VL


07/02/2014

Castelain Named To All-American Scholar Athlete Team

Junioir is honored for academics and success on the golf course.

06/20/2014

Three Named To All-ACC Academic Women's Golf Team

Castelain, Kuhlo and Milan enjoy standout academic seasons.

09/17/2013

Seminoles Travel To Lady Paladin Invitational

Freshman Castren leads Seminoles into second event of fall season.

06/28/2013

Three Seminoles On ACC Academic Women's Golf Team

Castelain, Hullert and Kuhlo on ACC Academic Golf Team.

On Brummett: Helped lead the Seminoles to three NCAA Regional and one NCAA Championship Final appearances during her four year career as a member of Florida State's starting line-up...played in four ACC Championship tournaments and helped lead Florida State to a pair of third place finishes in the event (2007 and 2008)...helped Florida State earn four tournament championships - the spring 2006 Ryder/Florida Championship, the fall 2006 Cougar Classic, the spring 2007 Florida State hosted Chrysler Challenge and the spring 2008 LSU/Cleveland Golf Classic... earned five individual top-10 finishes - tied for third at the spring 2005 Ryder/Florida Championship, third place at the fall 2006 Cougar Classic, tied for fourth at the fall 2004 Lady Paladin Invitational, tied for seventh at the spring 2007 Ryder/Florida Championship and tied for 10th at the spring 2008 Bryan National Collegiate...earned three top-five, five top-10, eight top-15, 11 top 20 and 16 top-25 career finishes...career-best single-round score of 70 came four times - at the 2006 NCAA East Regional, during the first two rounds of the fall 2006 Cougar Classic and in the 2008 NCAA Central Regional...career best scores for a single round (70), 36-holes (140), gross tournament score (213), tournament score vs. par (-3) and finish (third place) came at the fall 2006 Lady Cougar Classic...advanced to the third round of the 2006 North-South Amateur at Pinehurst ...named to the National Golf Coaches Association Scholar Athlete Team in 2006 and 2007...named to the Dean's List at Florida State eight times and the Atlantic Coast Conference Honor Roll three during each of the four years of her academic career at Florida State...also named a Top 6 Community Service honoree by the ACC as a sophomore... awarded a prestigious Weaver-James-Corrigan Scholarship by the Atlantic Coast Conference in 2008...the Weaver-James-Corrigan Scholarships are awarded to student-athletes throughout the ACC who intend to pursue a Graduate level degree...Brummett was one of 40 student-athletes in the ACC and one of three at Florida State to receive the award in 2008...averaged 77.11 strokes in 117 rounds in 39 tournaments during the her Florida State career...

Fall 2004: Burst onto the collegiate golf scene with two top 20 finishes including a fourth place standing in the individual standings at the Lady Paladin Invitational...led the Seminoles with three rounds of par or better and tied for the team lead with seven rounds with scores of 75 or better...her season-low score of 72 (in the second and third rounds of the Lady Paladin Invitational) tied for the season low round by a Seminole player during the season...Florida State's top finisher in two of four events - the Tar Heel Invitational and the Lady Paladin Invitational - as she led the Seminoles to three top-10 team finishes...earned a near perfect rate of countable rounds with a .958 success rate (11.5 of 12) of personal rounds counted toward the team total during the season...her play at the Lady Paladin netted her career-best scores for a single round (72), 36-holes (146), tournament gross score (218) and tournament score vs. par (+2)... she earned her first of two career top five finishes as she earned a placing of tied for fourth in the event...displayed her improvement quickly as she averaged 73.83 strokes in the final two events of the fall after averaging 77.17 strokes during the first two events - an improvement of nearly 3.5 strokes per round...averaged 77.17 in first two events and 73.83 strokes in the final two events...averaged a career-best 75.50 strokes in 12 rounds during four tournaments in her first collegiate season.

Spring 2005: Played the No. 1 position in two of the Seminoles' five events and was Florida State's top golfer to begin the ACC Championship...the team leader in rounds at par or better, ranked second in stroke average and tied for second with scores of 75 or better...Florida State's leading finisher in two events with a tied for 21st placing at the Lady Gator and a tied for third placement at the Ryder/Florida...among the team leaders with nearly 100 percent of her rounds carded (14.5 of 15, .967 percent) being counted toward the team score...14 of her six top-25 career finishes including a tied for 21st finish at the Lady Gator came during the spring season...earned her finish of her career with a tied for third placement at the Ryder/Florida Championship...was the first of two third places finishes during the first three years of her career...she also finished in third place in the fall 2006 Cougar Classic...tied her career best for a single round score with a 72 in the first round of the event...tied her personal record for the second best tournament score of her first year with a 225 as the Seminoles' finished in second in the team standings...averaged 79.33 strokes in 15 rounds during five events.

Fall 2005: Played in all four of the Seminoles' tournaments and helped the team to two top-10 team finishes (sixth at the Chrysler Challenge and ninth at the Tar Heel Invitational)...was Florida State's top finisher (tied for 15th) in leading the Seminoles to a ninth place team finish in the Tar Heel Invitational...her performance at the Tar Heel was her best of the season with a 223 tournament score (tied for the second best of her career), a +7 score vs. par (tied for the second best of her career) and a tied for 15th place finish (third best of her career)...she was tied for ninth place after two rounds and finished tied for 15th in the individual standings...closed the season with three top-25 individual finishes at the Tar Heel Invitational (tied for 15th), at the Florida State hosted Chrysler Challenge (tied for 21st) and at the Auburn Tiger Derby (tied for 24th)...was perfect with 12 of 12 rounds (1.000 percent) counted toward the team score during four events...led the team with six single round scores at 75 or less with five coming her last eight rounds...ranked second on the team with a 77.25 stroke average in 12 rounds during four tournaments.

Spring 2006: Helped lead the Seminoles to the NCAA Championship and a 16th place standing in the final national rankings...established her career-best for a single round score with a 70 in the second round of the NCAA East Regional at the Bryan Park Golf Course in Browns Summit, N.C...she would tie that career-best with a pair of 70's in the first two rounds of the fall 2006 Cougar Classic...had an outstanding outing at the NCAA East Regional as she finished with a 223 score (tied for third best of her career), a +7 score vs. par (tied for fourth in her career) and a 146 score for 36 holes (tied for the second best of her career)...led Florida State in the second round with a career-best two-under par 70 and moved into a tie for 17th with a two-day total of 146...her score of 70 was her best of the fall 2005 and spring 2006 seasons and her best since a 72 in the first round of the spring 2005 Ryder/Florida Women's Collegiate Championship...her 36-hole score ties her season best - and was her best score after two rounds since carding a two-round 146 at the fall 2004 Lady Paladin Invitational...her 70 in the second round of the NCAA East Regional helped the Seminoles move to fourth place in the team standings from 10th place and begin to cement their overall placement in the event...averaged 77.75 strokes in four rounds of the NCAA Championship to help lead the Seminoles to the 16th place national finish...earned her best career finish in her second career ACC Championship as she finished tied for 15th and led the Seminoles to a fifth place finish in the event...improved her overall score by 12 strokes and her individual placement by 10 places in the second ACC Championship of her career...finished tied for seventh place in the individual standings in helping Florida State to the team title at the Ryder/Florida Collegiate championship...her tied for seventh finish was the third top-10 finish of her career and her best of the fall 2005 and spring 2006 seasons...was one of four Seminoles to finish in the top 10 of the individual standings in leading the Seminoles to the team victory...earned a 77.82 stroke average in 22 events during seven tournaments.

Fall 2006: Played in all four of Florida State's events including the Seminoles' first-ever appearance in the National Golf Coaches' Association Match Play Championship...played the best tournament of her career in helping led the Seminoles to the team championship at the Cougar Classic hosted by the College of Charleston...she finished in a career-high tying third place while tying her career-best for single-round score with identical marks of 70 in the first and second rounds...she also recorded her personal-best marks for 36-hole score (140), gross tournament score (213) and tournament score vs. par (-3) at the tournament held at the Yeamans Hall Golf Club...she finished as the Seminoles' second lowest scorer behind All-American Caroline Westrup...also played in the Lady Tar Heel Invitational and the Auburn Tiger Derby...helped the Seminoles finish in seventh place with a 1-2-0 record at the National Golf Coaches' Association Match Play Championship at the Eagle Creek Country Club in Orlando...finished with a 2-1 record as she defeated Eleanor Tucker of Florida, 3 and 1 and Anna Grzebien of Duke, 1-up...the Seminoles soundly defeated the Gators, 5-0, and narrowly lost to the top ranked Blue Devils, 2-1-2...she fell to Abigale Schepperle of Auburn, 6 and 4, in the Seminoles' final match of the event...finished tied for second on the team with four single round scores at 75 or below and her scores of 70 at the Cougar Classic were the second lowest single-round scores of the season among all of her teammates...counted six of her eight scores during the fall season to the team scoring total...averaged 76.38 strokes in eight rounds during three tournaments...

Spring 2007: A driving force behind Florida State earning its way into NCAA Regional play for a second consecutive season...played in six of the Seminoles events and missed playing in only the season-opening Northrop Grumman Regional Challenge...best outing of the season came at the Lady Gator Invitational when she finished in a tie for 16th place with a 223 tournament score and an average of 74.3 strokes per round...the Seminoles finished in eighth place in the team standings in the event...played well at the NCAA East Regional Championship for the second consecutive season as she finished with an 11-over par score of 227 to help the Seminoles finish in a tie for 11th place in the team standings...played well in the first (75) and third rounds (72) as the Seminoles finished with their two best team scores in those rounds...her even-par score of 72 helped Florida State shoot a three-under par 285 in the third round and narrowly miss qualifying for the championship round of the NCAA Tournament...best single-round score of the season (72) came in the third round of the Liz Murphey Collegiate Classic and in the third round of the NCAA East Regional Championship...had 15 of her 18 single round scores counted toward the team score including 11 straight over the course of five different tournaments...ranked second on the team with a 76.89 stroke average in 18 rounds during six tournaments...finished in 16th place in the Florida State hosted Chrysler Challenge to help lead the Seminoles to the team championship...ranked second on the team in stroke average and had more then 83 percent of her single round scores (15 of 18) counted toward the team score during the season...averaged 76.89 strokes in 18 rounds during six events.

Fall 2007: Played in three events and helped the Seminoles to a top-10 team finish at the Cougar Classic...enjoyed her best outing at the Cougar Classic with a one-under par 71 in the first round, a season-low 224 tournament score and a season-best tied for 35th finish...carded an even par 72 in the second round of the Lady Tar Heel Classic and finished in a tie for 57th place in the event...all nine of her single-round scores counted toward the team total during the season...averaged 76.89 strokes in nine rounds during three events...

Spring 2008: Helped lead the Seminoles into the NCAA Central Regional Championship, to a third place finish at the ACC Championship and to a first place team finish at the LSU/Cleveland Golf Classic in her final semester as a Seminole...earned two top-15 finishes - tied for 10th at the Bryan National Collegiate and tied for 15th at the ACC Championship...tied her career-low for a single-round score with a 70 in the first round of the NCAA Central Regional at the University of Texas Golf Course...she was a in tie for fifth place in the event after the first round...earned her best career NCAA Regional finish with a tied for 35th placing in leading the Seminoles to a tied for eighth place team finish...Florida State fell to LSU in a one-hole playoff and missed qualifying for the NCAA Championship finals by one stroke...tied her career-best with a tied for 15th place finish in her fourth career ACC Championship...she played her best golf of the event in the final round as she carded a one-under par 71 to move from a tie for 22nd place after two rounds into a tie for 15th place in the final standings...her 15th place finish was the best of her senior season...her two top three-round tournaments came at the UCF Challenge and the ACC Championship as she finished with eight under par scores of 224...helped Florida State win the team championship at the LSU/Cleveland Golf Classic with a tied for 26th individual placing...was a total of four-over par during the final two rounds of the event in helping the Seminoles' to the team title...earned her fifth career top 10 placing as she finished in a tie for 10th place in the individual standings at the Bryan National Collegiate...marked the first time this season and the first time since the fall 2005 Auburn Tiger Derby that she had finished as the Seminoles' leader in an event...was Florida State's leading finisher in seven events during her career...averaged 76.19 strokes in 21 rounds during seven tournaments...

Before Florida State: Graduated from Eureka High School in 2004 ... earned all-state, all-district and all-metro honors as a junior and senior ... was all-district and all-metro as a sophomore, junior and senior ... a member of the Suburban South All-Conference team all four years during her prep career ... earned team Most Valuable Player honors during the four years of her high school career ... led her high school team each year with the low stroke average ... team finished in second place or better each year in their conference during her career ... considered to be the top girls' high school golfer in the St. Louis area during her entire career ... finished fourth in the Missouri State High School Championship as a junior and second as a senior ... led her team to a sixth place finish in the state championship her junior season and fifth her senior season ... named St. Louis County "Athlete of the Week" by the St. Louis Post Dispatch during her junior and senior seasons ... named the Plantation Jr. Golf Tour "Player of the Year" in 2002 ... member of the Plantation Jr. Golf Tour All-American Team in 2002 and 2003 ... PGA Jr. Series Player of the Year Runner-up in 2002 ... Gateway PGA Points Champion in the 14-15-year-old division ... competed against current Seminole teammate Jaclyn Burch in the Missouri Girls Golf Tournament in 2002.

Personal: Born Aug. 15, 1986 ... Whitney is the daughter of Jeff and Sharon Brummett ... younger sister Lauren Brummett began her academic career at Florida State in 2007...has earned academic honors throughout her career at Florida State and has been named to the ACC Honor Roll in 2004, 2005, 2006 and 2007...named to the President's List with a 4.0 grade point average during the fall 2006 semester and to the Dean's List during the spring of 2007...named to the National Golf Coaches' Association All-America Scholar Team in 2007 and 2008...helped the Seminole women's golf team earn four consecutive Director's Cup awards for Community Service during her career at Florida State...member of the National Honor Society ... USAA All-American Scholar winner ... four-time winner of the Renaissance Academic Award ... graduated in the top five percent of her senior class in high school and earned her degree in political science from Florida State in April of 2008.

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