June 13, 2003
TALLAHASSEE, Fla. –
Florida State junior golfer Brad Lusenhop has been named to the Cleveland Golf All-America Scholar team for his performances in the classroom and on the golf course during the 2002-03 academic year. Lusenhop, who is majoring in political science, earned a 3.538 grade point average during the spring semester in the classroom and averaged 76.30 strokes in 20 rounds during seven tournaments on the golf course.
Lusenhop (Gloversville, N.Y.) was one of 75 Division I golfers named to the All-America Scholar team. He was one of 11 golfers from the ACC named to the team. In addition, he earned Florida State University Dean’s List honors and was named to the ACC Honor Roll for the fourth consecutive year.
Lusenhop will play as a fifth-year member of the Seminole men’s golf team in 2003-04. He has earned 127 credit hours towards his bachelor’s degree and will participate in commencement exercises during the spring of 2004.
Lusenhop is the sixth Seminole to earn inclusion on the GCAA Scholar team and the first golfer since Christian Raynor was so honored in 1995. The men’s golf team finished with an overall 2.966 grade point average – first among all men’s teams and sixth among all 17 intercollegiate teams at Florida State. Including Lusenhop, two members of the men’s golf team earned Dean’s List honors and six were named to the ACC Honor Roll.
Lusenhop has earned three varsity letters and played in 25 tournaments during his Seminole career. He established his career-low scores for a single round (69), 54-hole tournament (215) and tournament vs. par (+1) during the Fall 2001 Mason Rudolph Collegiate Championship. Lusenhop’s top tournament finishes (tied for 22nd at Kiawah Island and Mason Rudolph) also came during the Fall 2001 season.