Castelain, Hullert and Kuhlo on ACC Academic Golf Team.
Negron earns All-ACC and All-West Regional honors.
Seminoles finish in tied for 10th in team standings.
Salinas in a tie for secind in individual standings,
Senior is only one stroke off of the individual lead.
On Thomson: A team captain in 2012 who earned four varsity letters...one of only eight players in school history to play in four career NCAA Regional Championships and four career ACC Championships...helped Florida State in to the national rankings in each of her four seasons including a national ranking of No. 14 during her sophomore season...the Seminoles were ranked consistently in the nation's top 25 in each of her four seasons as a Seminole... helped lead the Seminoles to a No. 14 national ranking, a 10th place finish in the NCAA Championship finals, a tie for sixth place finish in the NCAA Central Regional Championship and a fourth place finish in the ACC Championship during her sophomore season in 2011...earned medalist honors at the Lady Gator Invitational during the spring of 2011...played her best golf as a junior as she averaged a career-low 75.43 strokes in 30 rounds during 10 events...she led the Seminoles in a career best five different events as a junior and finished for the team lead with eight rounds at par or better as a junior...her two rounds of 69 at the Lady Gator in the Spring of 2011 were tied for the best single round scores of the season among her Seminole teammates...in the line-up for three team championships during her career - the Bettie Lou Evans/University of Kentucky Invitational in the fall of 2009 and the Pinehurst Challenge and the Bryan National Collegiate during the spring of 2010...career best single round score of 67 came in the second round of the spring 2011 Bryan National Collegiate...career best 36 hole score of 142 came at the Bryan National Collegiate in the spring of 2010...career best tournament score of 210 helped her win the individual championship at the Lady Gator Invitational during the spring of 2011...even par score in shooting a 210 at the Lady Gator in the spring of 2011 marked the only time in her career she shot even or better in a collegiate tournament...a three-time All-ACC Academic Team selection (2010, 2011, 2012)...named to the 2012 ACC Academic Honor Roll...averaged 76.44 strokes in 95 rounds during 32 events as a member of the Seminoles' starting line-up for four seasons...
Fall 2008: Immediately joined the Seminoles' starting line-up and played in all three of Florida State's events in her first season collegiate season...helped the Seminoles to a fifth place team finish at the Cougar Classic - the first event of her career...played well at the Cougar Classic as she finished with scores of 75-77-74 and a career-low total of 227...averaged 75.66 strokes in finishing in a tie for 47th place in the individual standings...carded season low scores of 74 in the third round of the Cougar Classic and in the first round of the Tar Heel Invitational...tied for second on the team with three scores at 75 or better...carded a two-over par 74 in the first round of the Tar Heel Invitational and was in a tie for 14th place in the individual standings after 18 of 54 holes had been played...averaged 77.89 strokes in nine rounds during three tournaments.
Spring 2009: Played in two tournaments - the ACC Championship and the NCAA East Regional Championship - after a knee injury sidelined her for most of the spring season...suffered a knee injury in late February, had surgery and worked her way back into the line-up for the post season...carded her career best single round score of 73 in the second round of the NCAA East Regional at the Mark Bostick Golf Course at the University of Florida...her 73 in the second round of the East Regional championship allowed her to earn a career-best 151 total for the first 36 holes of the event...was in a tie for 54th place in the individual standings after two rounds of play...best finish of her career (35th place) came in her first career ACC Championship appearance at the Sedgefield Country Club in Greensboro, N.C...averaged 79.83 strokes in six rounds during two tournaments.
Fall 2009: A consistent member of the Seminoles' starting line-up who played in all four events and helped lead the Seminoles to the team championship at the Bettie Lou Evans/University of Kentucky Invitational and a pair of second place finishes at the Cougar Classic and the Eat A Peach Collegiate...earned four top 25 finishes including a fall season best 13th place finish at the Kentucky Invitational...at that time it was the best finish of her career...career best three round tournament score of 218 for a tied for 16th place finish at the season opening Cougar Classic...scores of 73-74-71 allowed her to get a jump on the season with the first time in her career carding all three scores of a tournament at 74 or below...as a barometer of good things to come during her sophomore season, five of her 10 single round scores were at or below her best score of 73 during her freshman season...was a total of 22 strokes over par in her four tournaments played as she finished in single strokes over par in each of her four outings...Florida State's second highest finisher with a 221 total at the Tar Heel Invitational...averaged a career-best 74.00 strokes in 10 rounds during four tournaments...
Spring 2010: Played in a career-high seven events and helped lead the Seminoles to a No. 14 national ranking and a 10th place finish in the NCAA Championship finals...finished in a tie for 67th place in the NCAA Championship finals as she helped lead Florida State to the first top 10 finish in NCAA finals play in school history...counted four scores at 76 or better as she helped keep the Seminoles in the top 10 of the standings over each of the four days of the championship finals...was in a tie for 50th place in the individual standings with a 150 total for the first 36 holes of the tournament...helped Florida State advance to the NCAA Championship as a member of the Seminoles' starting line-up as they finished in a tie for sixth place in the team standings in the NCAA Central Regional Championship...best career ACC Championship finish of tied for 28th in pacing the Seminoles to a fourth place finish in the event...bettered her ACC score by 13 strokes, her score v. par by 13 strokes and her individual finish by seven positions in finishing as one of five Seminoles in the top 30 of the individual standings...first career top 10 finish in leading the Seminoles to the team championship at the Bryan National Collegiate...carded her career best scores for a single round (67, second round) and 36-holes (142) and was one stroke from tying her career best for a three round tournament (219)...was in a tie for 29th place after carding a 75 in the first round and moved into a tie for fourth place with her career best 67 in the second round...was one of three Seminoles who finished in the top 10 of the individual standings in the tournament...best career score vs. par (+3) in finishing in her career best position in the standings...the Seminoles defeated seven ranked teams in winning the team championship...finished in a tie for 12th in leading Florida State to the team championship at the Pinehurst Challenge on the famed Pinehurst No. 6 course...first two round scores of 74 and 72 had her in a tie for seventh place in the individual standings and the Seminoles in first place in the team standings...in earning its second tournament championship of the year, Florida State defeated two ACC schools (Maryland and NC State) and two Big Ten teams (Minnesota and Illinois)...her back to back top 12 place finishes at the Pinehurst Challenge and the Bryan National Collegiate marked the first time she had earned top 12 finishes in consecutive tournaments...single season career high scores at 75 or better...averaged 76.91 strokes in 22 rounds during seven tournaments...
Fall 2010: Played in all three of Florida State's tournaments as a member of the Seminoles' starting line-up...best finish of the season came at the Landfall Tradition as she finished in a tie for 22nd place with a season best three round score of 225...Florida State's top finisher on the Seminoles' leaderboard for the first of five times during her junior season...second low single round score of 73 came in the second round of the Lady Tar Heel Invitational and the third round of the Landfall Tradition...averaged 75.78 strokes in nine rounds during three tournaments...
Spring 2011: Helped lead Florida State to the NCAA East Regional championships - marking the third time during her three year career that she has helped the Seminoles in the NCAA Tournament...Florida State finished in a tie for eighth place in the NCAA regional championship and unfortunately lost to Vanderbilt in a one hole playoff to determine the final team to advance from the East Regional to the NCAA Championship finals...played in her third career NCAA Regional championship and her third career ACC Championship...Florida State's team leader with seven of 21 rounds scored at par or better and tied for second on the team with nine rounds score at 75 or better...season low score of 69 came in the first and third rounds in winning the Lady Gator Invitational...tied for the team lead with two sub 70 rounds during the season with her two scores of 69 tying for the team low for the fall 2010 and spring 2011 seasons...earned her first individual title at Lady Gator Invitational...career low tournament score of 210 with two scores of 69 to win the event by two strokes...defeated three top 50 ranked players including No. 23 ranked Kelli Shean of Arkansas...one of five players in the ACC to earn an individual victory during the season...seven consecutive top 30 finishes including a first place finish at Lady Gator and tied for sixth place finish at Liz Murphey...finished ahead of two players ranked in top 10 (Brooke Pancake of Alabama and Brittany Altormare of Virginia), ACC Champion Cheyenne Woods and 13 players ranked in the top 50 in winning the Gator Invitational...was in a tie for first place in the individual standings after an opening round 70 at the Liz Murphey Collegiate Championship...totaled a team leading two eagles - the first two of her Florida State career - in the first round of the Kinderlou Forest Challenge and in the first round of the Liz Murphey...was in a tie for first after the first round of the Kinderlou Forest Challenge and in a tie for first after the first round of the Liz Murphey following both of her eagles...the Seminoles ranked in the top 30 throughout fall and spring season...averaged 75.29 strokes in 21 rounds during seven tournaments...
Fall 2011: Played in all three of Florida State's three events as she helped lead the Seminoles to a pair of top five team finishes...best event of the season came in helping the Seminoles to a tied for third place team finish in the Susie Maxwell Berning Classic at the University of Oklahoma...carded her best single round score of the season (70 in the first round), best 36 hole score (148), best tournament score (226) and best tournament score vs. par (+10) in helping Florida State finish in a tie for third in the team standings...the Seminoles finished tied in the team standings and only five strokes behind Oklahoma for the team championship)...her score of 70 in the first round of the Susie Maxwell Berning ranked as tied for the best score of the season among her Seminole teammates...one of four players on the team with multiple scores of 75 or better as a member of the Seminoles' lineup in all three tournaments...averaged 78.33 strokes in nine rounds during three tournaments...
Spring 2012: Helped Florida State earn its school record seventh consecutive bid to the NCAA Championship tournament as she earned her way into the Seminoles' line-up in three different events including the fourth NCAA Regional Championship and fourth ACC Championship events of her career... one of eight Seminoles (Mabel Pascual del Pobil, current Seminole head coach Amy Bond, Sarah Capie, Allison Curdt, Carrie Sordel, Caroline Westrup and Macarena Silva) who played in four career ACC Championship Tournaments and four career NCAA Regional Championships...best single round score of the season came in the second round of the Bryan National Collegiate when she carded a one over par score of 73...counted two of her three individual scores toward the team score as she helped lead Florida State to a third place finish in the event...Florida State finished ahead of four ACC teams in the event - North Carolina, Wake Forest, Virginia and NC State and finished ahead of five teams ranked ahead of it in the national rankings: No. 6 North Carolina, No. 19 Ohio State, No. 21 NC State, No. 24 Michigan State and No. 25 Virginia in earning one of their three top three team finishes of the spring season...counted two of her three scores towards the team score in helping the Seminoles to a tie for 10th place finish in the team standings at the NCAA Central Regional Championship...her score of 75 in the second round was the Seminoles' second best individual score of the round...averaged 78.11 strokes in nine rounds during three tournaments...
Before Florida State: Graduated from St. Mary's Anglican Girls' School in 2006....took a year off to travel and work in Europe following her high school graduation...an extremely accomplished junior golfer who has competed at very high levels during her entire collegiate career... named to the Western Australia School Girls' Team in 2005 and 2006...earned medalist honors at the Circuit Optima at the PGA Catalunya, Spain and the Ave Maria at the Terramar Golf in Spain in 2007, at the Karrinyup Club Championship in 2006 and the Women's Western Australian Girls' Classic in 2005...a member of the Western Australia Senior Squad from 2004-06...the Western Australia Long Drive champion in 2005...represented Western Australia at the Jack Newton Junior International, the Aaron Baddeley World Junior Championship, the Greg Norman Junior Masters and the MasterCard Junior Masters during her career.
Personal: Born Feb. 19, 1989...Hannah is the daughter of Lindsay and Gary Thomson...chose Florida State over Arizona...took a year off from school after graduating high school in 2006 and worked with an uncle who owns a corporate Golf Agency in Barcelona...earned academic honors in math, science and French...named to the ACC Academic Honor Roll as a sophomore...an accomplished swimmer who was a multi-time state champion during her aquatic career...hopes the future holds a place as a professional golfer following her academic career at Florida State...a member of the Western Australia State Junior team in 2005, 2006 and 2007...finished in seventh place in the Aaron Baddeley World Junior Championship in 2004...earned her undergraduate degree in sport management in April of 2012...
Thomson at Florida State
Hannah Thomson By The Numbers