TN Sunday Seminoles Roundup: Florida State Softball, Golf, Swimming & Diving, Other Sports News

In case you missed last weekTN Triple S’ Here is the summary of your comfort: Sunday Seminoles Abstract: FSU Males & Girls’s track & subject, golf, tennis, beach volleyball, various information on sports activities

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Florida State Seminole Baseball is still alive in the NCAA region, even though it fell apart against the Auburn Tigers last night.

Here are some, just a few, of the headlines from the few other Seminoles sports activities that are always on the move and in the news – all summaries courtesy of FSU Sports News:

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Soft ball

Sydney Sherrill Named Winner of Rawlings Gold Glove Award

Sydney Sherrill has been named one of the first 9 winners of the All School Softball Rawlings Gold Glove Award, presented by the NFCA.

For the third consecutive season, Sherrill was named the ACC Defensive Participant of the Year, solidifying her among the best defensemen in ACC history, if not the country. She was also named an NFCA Second Staff All-American, the third All-American honor in her profession.

She’s been a brick wall all season at third base, with a .975 in-playing ratio and ideal playing ratio in ACC Play. She added a common .321 batting to her defensive efficiency as she recorded a team-best 16 doubles to go along with 41 RBIs and 9 home runs.

Sherrill was part of a Seminole protection that finished second in the nation in fielding proportion (.982) while making 25 double performances.

Sydney Sherrill was named to the All-ACC First Team in the 4 years glory was bestowed throughout her time at FSU. She is the all-time FSU and ACC doubles leader with 82 in her profession. Sherrill also ranks second at FSU in pro walks (186) and runs scored (225) and third in home runs (43) and RBI (209). Sherrill also leaves Florida State second all-time in assists with 555.

Among energetic players, Sherrill ranks first in video games played (283), first in doubles (82), first in walks (186) and fourth in points scored (225).

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male golf

Anderson and Bradbury end their NCAA seasons

Redshirt sophomore Cole Anderson and senior Dan Bradbury put the finishing touches to Florida State Males Golf’s 2021-22 year in the NCAA Men’s Golf Individual National Championship at Grayhawk Golf Membership.

With a final round 74 on Monday, Anderson finished tied for 40th and was the highest-ranked Seminole in the NCAA remaining. The Camden, Maine native leaves Scottsdale with an overall score of 11 on his scorecard (71-72-74-74). At the start of the day, he was one of 9 non-advanced group members who were grouped together with the rest of the remaining opponents.

Anderson birdied twice in his fourth round, shooting an even 35 on his first 9 holes (10-18) before carding a 39 on his closing 9. Anderson has been pacing the Seminoles all weekend and is finishing his redshirt sophomore campaign with plenty of momentum for next year.

Bradbury recorded a 78 on Monday and tied for 61st overall at 17-over (73-75-71-78). He birdied three on entry 9.

The native of Wakefield, England ends his Seminole season on a high, posting the fourth round of play and tying for eighth in the NCAA Palm Seashore Regional. Bradbury started the playoffs having to skip the ACC Championship due to an emergency appendectomy.

Bradbury became a High 100 golfer this season, ranking 97th according to Golfstat.

Vanderbilt’s Gordon Sargent won a four-man playoff to become the even-matched NCAA Men’s Golf Individual Champion.

Match play quarterfinals are also set and include Vanderbilt (1), Oklahoma (2), North Carolina (3), Texas (4), Oklahoma State (5), Pepperdine (6), Arizona State (7) and Texas technology (8).

Two Seminoles named to PING All-Area staff

Two second-year Florida State men’s golf staff Frederik Kjettrup and senior Dan Bradbury had been selected to the PING All-Southeast region staff, presented by the Golf Coaches Affiliation of America.

Both golfers played significant roles in the major remaining NCAA Championship Seminoles once again, where they finished tied for 21st. It was the second year in a row that FSU reached the last 30.

Kjettrup had an impressive second season, ranking 30th nationally according to Golfstat and earning All-ACC staff honors. The Denmark native led the Seminoles with an average of 71.46 this season, the 21st lowest in a season in program history. Kjettrup’s career two-season 71.81 ranks seventh all-time at FSU.

Highlighting his second season with the Seminoles was a co-win on the 2022 All-American Intercollegiate in Humble, Texas. Kjettrup has also been named to the 2022 Arnold Palmer Cup for the World Team, which takes place July 1-3 at Golf Club de Genève in Cologny, Switzerland.

Bradbury had an outstanding changeover season with the Seminoles, earning 4 Top 10 finishes and ranking second on the team with an average of 72.15. Among his most spectacular feats was finishing eighth at the NCAA Palm Seashore Regional just three weeks after suffering an appendectomy that forced him to skip the ACC championship.

The native of Wakefield, England, finished third in the Spring-opening Cell Bay Intercollegiate and leaves FSU as a Top 100 golfer according to Golfstat (97th).

Players from six regions were chosen from their respective groups from all regions. Bradbury

and Kjettrup was part of a 25-member team in the southeast region.

Men’s golf ends 2021-22 12 months at NCAA championship

A very encouraging year for 17th-seeded Florida State men’s golf came to an end Sunday night as it finished outside the High 15 cut line of the NCAA Championship held at the Grayhawk Golf Club in Scottsdale, Arizona.

The Seminoles finished tied for 21st after the third round of stroke play, successfully ending a year in which they had to trade two All-America starters in John Pak and Vincent Normann, but found their method against Grayhawk following a number. golfers intensify their sport.

Redshirt sophomore Cole Anderson, who finished tied for 34th in stroke play at age 7, will be one of nine non-evolving team members competing for the individual national championship on Monday. Teammate Dan Bradbury used a clutch-closing stretch with two birdies in his final three holes to also advance to Monday’s individual round.

Anderson departs at 3:23 p.m. ET Monday while Bradbury departs at 3:12 p.m. ET.

GOLF Channel will broadcast the Individual National Championship live Monday from 5-9 p.m. ET.

Starting in the afternoon, many scores were increased as the day progressed due to the picking up wind. The Seminoles shot over 16 points Sunday and finished on 47 points (291-300-296) for the event.

Anderson shot a 4 of 74 in the third round, using two birdies on a tough par-4 hole. Bradbury had FSU’s best round of the day at 1 of 71, and tied for 49th overall at 9 over. He shot 2 under for the event on a score of par 5.

Freshman Patrick McCann replaced Sunday’s third rounder and shot a 7 of 77 with a counting score. Sophomore Brett Roberts played well in FSU’s closing round with a 4 of 74, while sophomore Frederik Kjettrup shot an 80.

Top-ranked Oklahoma is first in stroke play heading into Monday’s team round where only the High Eight advances to match play. Fellow ACC North Carolina faculties (fourth) and Georgia Technology (T14) made the primary minimize.

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Swimming & Diving

AAssociate Head Coach

Florida State Head Coach Neal Studd announced that Athena Miller has joined the swimming and diving program as an affiliate head coach.

Miller brings a wealth of experience to Tallahassee after serving one season as an affiliate head coach at the University of Pittsburgh in 2021-22. While with the Panthers, Miller coached every coaching staff where she noticed six varsity events during the season.

“I’m honored to be part of the custom here at FSU,” Miller said. “Everyone has been so welcoming over the past two weeks which has made this transfer simple and exciting. Neal and his people have done fantastic things and we are optimistic about the way forward for this system. We anticipate the start of the season. Go Noles!

Miller joined Pitt’s team after a stint after serving as an assistant coach at the USA Air Pressure Academy for 4 seasons. Throughout his tenure, Miller coached three West Mountain Senior Swimmers of the Year, as well as Jinan Andrews, who was the 2018 Mountain West Athlete-Scholar of the Year. She also coached 17 swimmers who won all-convention honors and the team beat six college records and had 70 all-time top-10 swims.

Additionally, six varsity records were damaged and 17 earned Mountain West All-Convention honors, while 70 ranked swims were in the top 10 all-time.

This system also earned CSCAA Scholar All-America recognition, 23 earned Mountain West Scholar-Athlete honors, and 54 were named Tutorial All-Mountain West.

The Falcons received 13 duels in 2019-20, which was likely the most since 2016.

Prior to Air Pressure, Miller spent the 2016-17 season on faculty at Dartmouth after serving as an assistant at Duke for the 2015-16 season.

While with the nationally ranked Blue Devils, Miller primarily worked with the dash team, helping Maddie Rusch set a new college record in the 50 free at 10:15 p.m. In fact, 33 varsity information was damaged more than 18 times that season, while seven women and seven men certified for NCAA championships.

Miller spent three years as the top coach at Defiance School for boys and girls nominations, having started her college teaching career at Malone as an assistant coach in 2009-10, where she helped to establish the first swimming and diving team for men and girls. in the history of the program.

At each stop, Miller coordinated administrative and recruiting duties and led fundraising efforts for numerous causes while improving alumni relations.

“We’re thrilled to have Athena on our staff,” Studd said. “His or her drive is unmatched and he or she brings unimaginable management and professionalism to our workforce. Given his expertise, that’s something we’re going to rely on. We look forward to working closely with her.

Miller graduated from the College of Mount Union with her Bachelor of Arts in Business Administration with a major in Administration/Economics in 2008. She went on to earn her Psychology degree with a major in Sports in 2012 from Capella College and her MBA in 2015 Challenge.

Miller also graduated from the NCAA Girls’ Coaches Academy in June 2017.

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Until next: Florida State and UCLA play for its season tomorrow at 2:00 p.m.