Dec. 14, 2001
TALLAHASSEE, Fla. –
Tallahassee-native Kris Hannah, a four-year member of the Florida State University men’s golf team, will receive his undergraduate degree in recreation and leisure services administration at Saturday’s university-wide commencement. The senior completed his athletic career in May and completed his degree requirements this fall.
Athletically, Hannah enjoyed a standout four-year varsity career for the Seminoles. He carded a single-round career-best four-under par 68 in the first round of the San Juan Shootout during the spring 2000 season and earned his top career finish of tied for third during the Seminole Classic during the Spring 2000 season. Hannah finished in a tie for 10th-place at the LSU Intercollegiate during the fall 1999 season and recorded his career best three-round tournament score of 218 came during the Keswick Club Cavalier Classic during the fall 1998 season. He averaged 75.84 strokes per round during 87 rounds of 30 career events during his career.
As a senior, he participated in a single-season career-high eight tournaments including the third ACC Championship of his four-year varsity career. He closed his career on a high-note with a five-over par 149 score for the two-round Cavalier Classic. His best finish of the season, 11th-place, came at the Cavalier Classic and he earned his best ACC Championship finish with a six-over par 222 final score and a tie for 31st-place in the individual standings. He totaled a career-best 10 total rounds of 75 or better during the season.