5 Whitney Buckmon
Buckmon's Career Stats
2007 ACC Academic Honor Roll Member
Named Second-Team All-ACC, the first conference honor of her career.
Led the team with a career-best .340 batting average that ranked eighth in the ACC.
Ranked in the top five on the team in five offensive categories.
Put together a career-long seven game hitting streak at the start of March.
Second on the team with a .340 batting average and third with 13 multi-hit games.
In the top ten in the ACC for stolen bases (7th - 17) and triples (3rd - 3).
Hit .300 (3-of-10) during the ACC Tournament.
Drove in a run and scored one in the tournament opener against North Carolina.
Went 4-for-8 in the doubleheader at NC State.
Recorded two hits, one run and one RBI against California in game one of the NCAA Regionals.
Notched her only stolen base of the tournament against the Golden Bears along with four put-outs and a .286 average.
Made 70 starts, including 50 as designated player, 12 in right fi eld and eight in center.
Top five on the team in 11 offensive categories.
Set a career-high with 19 stolen bases, ranking her sixth in the ACC and second on the team.
Ninth on the FSU single-season charts with 222 at-bats.
Fourth on the team with 12 multi-hit games to go along with a pair of multi-RBI contests.
Scored the winning run in five contests, including game one versus No. 24 Florida (4/5) and the opening game of the ACC Tournament against Georgia Tech (5/11).
Team leader with 18 sacrifice hits and five hit by pitch.
Ranked among the ACC leaders during conference games in three offensive categories, including runs scored (14).
Member of the Sunshine State All-Tournament Team.
Hit .278 (5-of-18) during the ACC Tournament, tying for the team lead with five runs scored.
Equaled or tied all of her single-game and single season numbers.
Went 2-for-4, including a double, with two runs scored against Georgia Tech (5/13) as FSU advanced to the ACC tournament finals.
Tops on the team with a .462 average during the Athens Regional.
Opened the NCAA Tournament with a 3-for-3 performance -- tying a career-high -- including a pair of runs and an RBI versus Coast Carolina.
Had two hits and an RBI in game first game of the day against Georgia (5/21).
Played in 46 games with 41 starts as a freshman, ranking her third among newcomers.
Led the freshmen with 16 runs scored and nine stolen bases.
Had the distinction of being hit by a pitch five times, tops on the team.
Lowest strikeout total (27) for any players with more than 100 at-bats.
Tied for the team lead among outfielders with four assists.
Reached base in nine of her first 11 games.
Picked up her first collegiate hit and run in her first game as a Seminole against Florida A&M (2/9).
First career RBI was a base hit against Missouri (2/12) in the Seminole Classic.
South Carolina contest (2/18) saw her post her first multi-hit game as she went 2-for-3 with a run scored an RBI.
First collegiate extra-base hit was a double against Michigan State (2/25) in the NFCA Leadoff Classic.
Went 2-for-3 with a run scored against North Carolina (3/4) in her first conference game.
2005 NCAA REGIONAL:
Started all four games, collecting a trio of hits.
Hit a double in FSU's 5-0 regional-opening victory over Auburn.
Drove in a run in the Seminoles' 9-5 loss to Baylor (5/21).
Earned 2003 GACA All-State and 6AAAA All-Region honors.
Nominee for the 2002 Gatorade Player of the Year in Georgia as a sophomore.
Two-time Offensive Player of the Year (2002, 2003).
Hit .577 as a senior with 71 hits, 44 runs, 32 stolen bases and five home runs for the Bulldogs.
Team MVP in 2002 and 2003, she was named to the Dekalb-Rockdale All-County team both of those years.
Served as the team captain for two seasons at Chamblee where she led the Bulldogs to a 2001 5AAA Area Championship.
Graduated as a member of the Magnet School of High Achievers with a 3.5 GPA. Also a member of the National Honor Roll and Who's Who Among High School Students.
Played for Georgia Elite 18 & Under Gold with Seminole teammate Melissa Wood. Team took fifth at the 2004 ASA Nationals in 2004.
Part of 2003 squad that won the Camfast State Championship and was second at King of the Mountain.
ASA Sector I 18 & Under Gold Qualifi er champions and placed second at the Rush for the Gold Elite Tournament in Garden Grove, Calif.
Born June 6, 1986.
Majoring in sport management.
Daughter of Vernon and Olivia Buckmon.
Roommate with current Seminole Robin Ahrberg.
At Bats: 6 (Maryland 3/31/07)
Hits: 3 (Four Times)
Runs: 2 (11 Times)
RBIs: 3 (Cal St. Fullerton 3/17/07)
Doubles: 1 (Five Times)
Triples: 1 (Three times)
Home Runs: ---
Stolen Bases: 2 (Three times)
Total Bases: 4 (Twice)
Walks: 2 (Florida A&M 2/9/05)
Strikeouts: 2 (10 Times)
Sac Hits: 2 (Twice)
Sac Flies: 1 (Missouri 2/12/05)
Putouts: 4 (California 5/18/07)
Assists: 1 (Five Times)
Errors: 2 (Cal St. Fullerton 3/16/06)