Florida State’s returning All-ACC selection who will be one of the Seminoles’ leaders as a senior…an All-ACC selection and a member of Florida State’s starting line-up in his first season in 2012 after transferring from Central Alabama Community College…played in all eight of Florida State’s events during the spring of 2012 in helping lead the Seminoles to a ninth place finish in the NCAA Championship Finals, a tied for third place finish in the NCAA Southwest Regional and a third place finish in the ACC Championship…earned All-ACC Honors in 2012 in a vote by the league’s 11 head coaches…the ACC team as composed of players from seven of the ACC’s 11 teams and included former Seminole All-American Brooks Koepka…Seiffert was one of only three ACC newcomers to earn All-ACC honors (he was joined by freshmen Anders Albertson of Georgia Tech and Danny McCarthy of Virginia) and is one of only eight returning All-ACC selections from the 2012 season who is a returning player for the 2012-13 season…finished his junior season as the 14th ranked player in the ACC with a 72.50 scoring average…transferred to Florida State from Central Alabama Community College in the fall of 2011…led Central Alabama to a runner-up finish at the 2011 National Junior College Athletic Association Division I National Championship…Seiffert and CACC would have won the event but a scorecard error by one of Seiffert’s teammates in the first round forced CACC to count an 85 instead of a 71 – the team lost the national championship by a four strokes following an almost monumental comeback in the final round…earned two individual championships as a sophomore at Central Alabama in 2011 – at the Liz Kling Invitational and the Region XII Championship…finished his second season at Central Alabama with a 73.79 scoring average…won the individual title at the 95th Annual Florida State Amateur Championship in 2012…won the individual title at the 66th Florida Open Championship in 2012…coupled with his win at the Florida State Amateur, Seiffert became only the second player in history to win the State Amateur and the State Open in the same year…he became the first golfer since Don Bisplinghoff in 1955 to win the Florida Amateur and the Florida Open in the same year…earned individual medalist honors at the 2012 Oglethorpe Invitational a the Wilmington Island Country Club in Savannah, Ga…won the championship of the 2012 Florida Amateur Match Play Championship with a victory in the championship round over freshman teammate Hank Lebioda at the Country Club of Orlando…his stroke average of 72.50 during his first season at Florida State is the 11th best single season scoring average in school history.
Two time All-ACC team selection…named as a Golfweek All-American honorable mention…named to the 2013 PING All-Region Team…finished the year with a stroke average of 71.03 after posting a 70.18 for the spring…stroke average was third in the ACC…played in all eight of the teams tournaments this spring…finished in the top 10 six times…finished tied for second at the Seminole Intercollegiate, ACC Championship and NCAA Tallahassee Regional…tied his career low round of 66 in the second round of the ACC Championships and the first round of the NCAA Tallahassee Regionals.
Posted a 73.11 stroke average in the fall…played in three of four tournaments…finished tied for third at the Inverness Intercollegiate with a 3-over 216.
Earned All-ACC Honors for the first time in his career and helped lead Florida State to a tied for eighth place finish in the final team standings at the NCAA Championship Finals at the Riviera Country Club in Pacific Palisades, Calif….finished as Florida State’s second highest ranking golfer with a 72.50 stroke average in his first season in the Seminoles’ line-up… an incredible four match roll at the Seminole Intercollegiate (minus eight strokes under par), at the FAU Spring Break Invitational (plus one stroke over par), at the Gary Koch Invitational (plus seven strokes over par) and in his first career ACC Championship (minus three strokes under par) when he was a cumulative total of minus three strokes under par in those four tournaments…was a total of one stroke over par in five events during the months of March and April… tied for third place finish in the Gator Invitational – the first event of his Florida State career…was Florida State’s leading golfer as he carded scores of 68-71-74 for a three round total of 213…his score of 68 (minus two under par) came in the first round of his Division I career and was tied for the 11th best round of the season by Seiffert and his Seminole teammates…his score of 68 was his second best of the year… was at his Seminole best as he finished in second place at the Florida State hosted Seminole Intercollegiate with a career best 36 hole score of 134 (67-67), a career best tournament score vs. par of minus eight under par and a career best 205 three round tournament score…Seiffert finished in second place in the individual standings with a three round total of 205 – he finished only one stroke behind teammate Brooks Koepka who carded a 66 in the final round to overtake Seiffert and win the individual title…both Seiffert and Koepka helped the Seminoles to a first place finish in the team standings as they overtook No. 8 ranked Georgia Tech in the final round to win the title…Florida State’s third leading golfer with a three under par score of 213 and scores of 77-66-75 in his first career ACC Championships appearance…his score of 66 in the second round ranks as his career high and moved him into a tie for eighth place in the individual standings after two rounds… averaged a career low 72.50 strokes in 24 rounds during eight events
A member of the team but did not play in any tournaments after transferring from Central Alabama Community College.
Graduated From Mosley High School in Panama City in 2009…earned his Associates Degree from Central Alabama Community College in 2011 before enrolling in Florida State for the fall semester of 2011…finished tied for second or better in four of the eight spring season events he played in as a sophomore…finished in a tie for eighth place at the 2011 NJCAA Division I national Championship with scores of 74-71-71-75=291…led Central Alabama to the team championship at the spring 2011 Liz Kling Spring Invitational with a first place finish in the individual standings…shot a five under par score of 72-67=139 to claim medalist honors…led Central Alabama to a second place finish at the 2011 district championship with a second place individual finish…led Central Alabama to the Region XXII championship with a 34 stroke victory over Wallace State Community College as a sophomore in 2011…earned the individual regional championship with scores of 69-73-67 to win the individual championship by five strokes…finished tied for second or better in four of the eight events he played in as a sophomore…finished in a tie for eighth place at the 2011 NJCAA Division I national Championship with scores of 74-71-71-75=291…finished in a tie for second place at the Ron Marshall Spring Fling in 2011 in leading Central Alabama to the team championship…shot a four under par score of 69-71-72=212 at the Ron Marshall event…finished in sixth place at the Wallace State Fall Invitational in the fall of 2010…shot a three under par score of 69 to lead Mosley to the team championship at the FCA Golf Classic at the A.C. Read Pensacola Naval Air Station as a junior…finished his second season at Central Alabama with a 73.79 scoring average.
Born August 12, 1991…Chase is the of the son of Stephanie and Fred Bagshaw…graduated high school having already earned 20 hours of college credit…enjoys fishing and spending time with family…has two career hole in ones which both fell on his birthday…majoring in psychology at Florida State.