June 21, 2012 - by
Koepka: 4-Time All-American

June 21, 2012

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (seminoles.com) –
Senior Brooks Koepka became the first four-time All-American in school history as he was named to the Second Team Ping All-American team by the Golf Coaches’ Association of American. Koepka, who finished his career as the Seminoles’ all-time leader with a stroke average of 71.81, has now been named an All-American in two of his four collegiate seasons. He earned All-American Second Team Honors from the GCAA and GolfWeek in 2012 and earned Third Team honors by the GCAA along with Honorable Mention honors from GolfWeek as a sophomore in 2010.

Koepka finished his four-year career as the most decorated player in the history Florida State’s illustrious golf program. He is a four-time All-American, a three-time All-ACC selection and a two-time ACC Golfer of the Year selection. Koepka is the only golfer in Florida State history to earn All-America honors four times, one of only two golfers to earn All-ACC honors three times and the only two-time ACC Golfer in school history.

Koepka led the Seminoles to four NCAA Regional Championship appearances and two NCAA Championship Finals appearances during his career. The Seminoles finished in a tie for third place in the 2010 NCAA Championship Finals and in ninth place in the 2012 NCAA Championship finals. Florida State’s finish in the 2010 NCAA Finals ranks as the best finish in school history.

Koepka played in his first career PGA major tournament – the U.S. Open – in June of 2012 at the Olympic Club in San Francisco. He is currently preparing to play in the Challenge Tour in Europe and will work towards earning his European Tour card.

2012    Golf Coaches Association         2nd Team
2012    GolfWeek	                 2nd Team
2010    Golf Coaches' Association        3rd Team
2010    GolfWeek                         Honorable Mention

Regional All-American 2012 Southwest Regional 2011 Southeast Regional

All-ACC 2012 2011 2010

ACC Golfer of the Year 2012 2010 (shared with Ben Kohles of Virginia)

ACC Rookie of the Year 2009

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