Senior concludes career with fourth consecutive NCAA regional appearance,
Senior leads Seminoles with one round to play,
Freshman tees off on Thursday in first career NCAA regional championshhip.
Senior in top 15 of individual standings after one round.
Seminoles playing in NCAA West Regional Championship for first time.
On Hullert: A solid freshman year in 2013 will lead to an outstanding career as a Seminole after playing in all 11 tournaments and leading the Seminoles to an appearance in the 2013 NCAA West Regional Championship...displayed her talents throughout the season as she finished as Florida State's leader in four of the team's 11 events in her first season...the fifth leading freshman golfer in the ACC in 2013 with a 76.13 scoring average while her tied for fifth place individual finish at the Florida Challenge was tie for the second best finish among all ACC freshman during the 2012-13 fall and spring seasons...career-best single round score (71) and career best tournament score (222) came at the Mercedes Benz Collegiate Championship in the Fall of 2012...career best score for 36 holes (144) came at the Florida State Match-Up in the Spring of 2013 while her career best finish (tied for 5th) came in the Florida Challenge in the Spring of 2013...a current member of the Norwegian National Team who has an incredible amount of international experience...a member of the Norwegian Junior National Team in 2011...ranked as the No. 1 golfer on the Norwegian Titleist Tour in 2011...ranked as high as eighth on the Norwegian Titleist Tour and as high as 17th nationally on the Swedish Elite Tour in 2010...finished in a tie for 16th place in the 2012 Spanish Open Championship...in match play during the 2012 Spanish Open she defeated the No. 3 seeded player in the first round of the event...earned a second place finish at the 2012 Italian Open Championship...led Norway to a third place team finish in the 2012 European Nations Championship - where she placed sixth in the individual standings......helped lead Norway to the 2011 National Girls Team Championship...represented Norway in the 2011 Nation's Cup in Sotogrande, Spain where she finished fifth in the individual standings in arguably the best tournament performance of her career...represented Norway in the 2011 Spirit International Amateur Golf Championship...won the Titleist Tour Order of Merit for girls up to 19 years old in Norway in 2011...won the individual championships at the 2010 Norwegian Championship for Girls and the 2010 Norwegian Ladies' Championship...earned a seat in the top Sport School in Norway in order to elevate her golf game at the secondary school level...one of four players representing the Norwegian Ladies' National Team in 2012...averages 76.13 strokes in 30 rounds during 11 events during her first season at Florida State...
Fall 2012: Immediately earned her way into the Seminoles' line-up and played in all three of Florida State's fall events...one of only four Seminoles to play in all three fall events...tied as the Seminoles' leading finisher for the first time in her career at the rain-shortened Landfall Tradition...finished the three-match fall season as the Seminoles' second leading golfer with a 75.71 average...second on the team with two rounds scored at par and tied for second amongst her Seminole teammates with three of seven rounds scored at 75 or better...best single round score of 71 in the third round of the Mercedes Benz Collegiate Challenge...best event of the season came at the Mercedes Benz Collegiate as she finished in a career-best tie for 27th place, with her single round best score of 71, best 36 hole score of 151, her career best three round tournament score of 222 and her best score vs. par of +6...a 76 to finish tied as the Seminoles' leader (with Alex Milan) in the one-round, rain-shortened Landfall Tradition...averaged 75.71 strokes in seven rounds during her events...
Spring 2013: Played in all eight tournaments as a member of the Seminoles' starting line-up and finished the season as the team's third leading golfer with a 76.26 stroke average in 23 rounds...second on the team with rounds scored at par (three) and rounds scored at 75 or better (nine)...helped lead Florida State into the NCAA Championships and played as a member of the Seminoles' line-up in the NCAA West Regional Championship...also played in her first career ACC Championship as she led the Seminoles to a fourth place finish in the event at the Sedgefield Country Club in Greensboro, N.C. ...Florida State's leading golfer at the Florida Challenge (with a tied for fifth place finish), the LSU Tiger Classic (with a tied for 16th place finish) and in her first career ACC Championship (with a tied for 12th place finish)...played her best golf of the season at the Florida State Match-Up at Southwood Golf Course in Tallahassee...totaled her career best 36 hole score of 144 with consecutive score of 72 in the first two rounds of the tournament and was in a tie for sixth place in the individual standings after the first two rounds of the Florida State hosted tournament...finished the tournament in a tie for 14th place in the individual standings with a 224 total...the 224 total for the three-round event was her best tournament score of the spring season...finished in a tie for fifth place in the individual standings at the Florida Challenge for the best finish of her first season at Florida State...her best event of the spring season came at the Florida Challenge with scores of 72-75 for a 147 total and her best score vs. par (+3) of her first season...earned the first eagle of her Florida State career in the LSU Tiger Classic in the second round on the par five hole No. 17 at the University Club in Baton Rouge, La. ...her second round eagle allowed her to shoot a 76 in the second round and a 228 total for the tournament...she finished at the top of the Seminoles' leaderboard in a tie for 16th place...was in a tie for eighth in the individual standings after the first round at the LSU tournament with a first round score of 73...finished in a tie for 12th place in the individual standings with a three round total of 228 in her first career ACC Championship tournament...tied for second among freshman in the final individual standings at the ACC Championships...finished behind only Celine Boutier of Duke (tied for sixth, 223) and Mariana Sims of Wake Forest (tied for 10th, 227) in helping lead Florida State to a fourth place finish in the team standings...averaged 76.26 strokes in 23 rounds during eight tournaments...
Before Florida State: Graduated from the Norwegian College of Elite Sport in 2012...began playing on the highest level junior tour in Norway in 2009...as a member of the Norwegian National Team, she has played internationally in France, Spain, Ireland, Norway, Sweden, Scotland, England, Portugal, Austria, Italy and the United States (Florida and Texas)...
Personal: Born May 25, 1993...Olivia is the daughter of Lena and Goran Hullert...has a little sister, Thea...she and her family are actually from Sweden but she has lived in Norway her entire life...changed her citizenship from Swedish to Norwegian in 2011 in order to be able to represent Norway in the Ladies European Team championship...is the first member of her family to attend college in the United States....her mentor is former Seminoles women's golf All-American Caroline Westrup...began playing golf at age five...is an active skier whose events included the slalom, the super slalom and the giant slalom...has worked as both a golf and ski instructor...major is international affairs...
Hullert at Florida State
Olivia Hullert By The Numbers
Olivia Hullert as Florida State's Leader
Olivia Hullert's Eagles During Her Florida State Career