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Hank Lebioda

Player profile

Career at Florida State (2012-16)

• Became the program’s career leader in three impressive categories: par or better rounds (76), percentage of counting scores (93.4 percent) and birdies (467).
• In 46 tournaments played, Lebioda averaged a 71.5 score with a 0.34 average vs. par.
• Finishes his career with numerous honors: 2016 ACC Player of the Year, four-time All-ACC Team member, 2015 and 2016 All-American, 2013 ACC Freshman of the Year and two-time ACC Player of the Month.

Senior Season (2015-16)

• Earned several accolades in his final year: PING Honorable Mention All-American, ACC Player of the Year, All-ACC Team, PING All-Southeast Region Team, Jack Nicklaus Player of the Year semifinalist and the Ben Hogan Award Watch List.
• Led the Seminoles in scoring average (71.14), average vs. par (0.14), tournaments played (12), final round average (71.0), par 4 scoring (4.03), par 5 scoring (4.68) and birdies (127).
• Became the third Seminole to win ACC Player of the Year (joining Brooks Koepka and Bobby Cochran) and the 10th golfer from the conference to win ACC Freshman of the Year and ACC Player of the Year.
• Won his first outright individual title at the Seminole Intercollegiate at Southwood Golf Club, shooting 8-under (71-69-68).
• Shot under par in seven of his 12 tournaments played and delivered 10 rounds in the 60s.
• Had three Top 5 finishes, including the Seminole Intercollegiate, the DICK’s Sporting Goods Collegiate Cup (-5; second) and the Jerry Pate Intercollegiate (-5; tied fourth).
• Tied for ninth at the ACC Golf Championship, shooting 3-under and tying for ninth.
• Finished 34th in the Golfweek Division I rankings.
• Led the Seminoles with a 69.92 scoring average in the Fall 2015, and was one of 12 players nationally who finished with a sub-70 scoring average in the fall.
• Six of his 12 rounds played in the fall were in the 60s, including four rounds of 68.
• Tied for seventh nationally in the fall averaging 3.92 on par 4 scoring.
• Received the team’s Golden Nole Award for excellence in community service.

Junior Season (2014-15)

•    Finished second on the team with a 71.07 stroke average to earn second-team All-America honors from Golfweek and the Golf Coaches Athletic Association.
•    Earned a spot on the All-ACC Team, was named ACC Player of the Month twice (October 2014, March 2015) and finished 16th in the Golfweek/Sagarin Individual Rankings.
•    Led the Seminoles in five different categories, including first-round scoring average (70.85), last-round average (70.15), par 3 scoring (3.03), par 4 scoring (4.04) and lowest bogeys per round (2.35).
•    Posted a -0.17 average vs. par, joining teammate Jack Maguire as the two Seminoles who shot in the negative.
•    Played in 13 tournaments during the 2014-15 academic year and finished in the Top 10 in eight of them, including three second-place finishes.
•    Shot a 9-under 204 (69-68-67) at the Valspar Collegiate at Floridian Golf Club (March 23-24, 2015), placing second.
•    Carded an even-par 216 to tie for second at the Homewood Hilton Airport Invite in Estero, Fla. (Oct. 27-28, 2014).
•    Tied a career-low score of 66 in the second round of the Jerry Pate National Intercollegiate (Oct. 6-7, 2014), finishing second with an eight-under 202 (68-66-68).
•    Scored a 6-under 207, including two rounds of 67, at the Querencia Cabo Collegiate (March 1-3, 2015) to tie for fourth.
•    Shot a 1-under 209 (68-72-69) at the SunTrust Gator Invitational (Feb. 14-15, 2015), tying with teammate Rowin Caron for sixth.
•    Carded a 9-under 207 at the Tavistock Collegiate Invitational at Lake Nona Golf Club (Oct. 19-21, 2014), tying for seventh.
•    Tied for ninth with teammate Cristobal Del Solar at the NCAA Chapel Hill Regional at UNC Finley Golf Course (May 14-16, 2015), shooting a 3-under 213.
•    Finished in the Top 15 in seven consecutive tournaments in the spring, ranging from the SunTrust Gator Invitational (Feb. 14-15) to the NCAA Chapel Hill Regional (May 14-16), a span of three months.
•    Ended 10th at the Gary Koch Invitational (April 6-7, 2015), shooting a 2-under 214.
•    Led the Seminoles with a 70.75 stroke average during the fall.

Sophomore Season (2013-14)

•    Named to the All-ACC Team for the second consecutive year and was named to the PING Southeast All-Region Team.
•    Second-best stroke average on the team at 71.33 for the spring 2014 semester and 71.91 for the school year.
•    Tied for first place at the Gator Invitational with a 4-under par.
•    Had his best postseason showing of fourth place at the ACC Championships.
•    Tied for 11th place at the USF Invitational, which was won by FSU.
•    Had five top 25 finishes in the spring.
•    Finished tied for 20th at the NCAA Regionals at the Lonnie Poole Golf Course.
•    Had the best finish on the team at the NCAA Championship at the Prairie Dunes Country Club, tied for 55th.
•    Received the Golden Nole Award for athletic achievement, community service, attitude and dedication.
•    Posted a 73.44 stroke average in the fall 2013.
•    After missing the team cut at the Crooked Stick Intercollegiate, had his best showing of the season at the Isleworth Collegiate Invitational where he finished second with a 7-under 209.
•    His 209 led the team with the best tournament score in the fall while his best round of the year was his 68 in the second round of the Isleworth Collegiate Invitational.

Freshman Season (2012-13)

•    Named ACC Freshman of the Year as he posted a 72.11 stroke average during the school year, including a 71.38 in the spring 2013.
•    Earned a spot on the All-ACC Academic Team and the All-ACC Team.
•    Played in seven of eight tournaments for 21 rounds in the spring, finishing in the top 20 of six of those tournaments.
•    Finished fifth at the USF Invitational where he had a 4-under 212.
•    Tied for 10th at the ACC Championships with a 3-under 213.
•    Played seven rounds in three tournaments for a 74.29 stroke average in the fall 2012.
•    His best finish of the fall came at the Fighting Illini Invitational where he posted a 7-over 217 to finish tied for 17th.

Before Florida State

Graduated from Trinity Prep in Winter Park, Fla. in 2012…ranked fourth in the class of 2012 in GolfWeek’s junior world rankings as he entered Florida State for his freshman season…tied for third at the 2010 FHSAA 1A State Finals…runner-up at the FGSA Boys Match Play Championship in 2010…won the FSGA Boys Junior Championship in 2010 and 2012…won the FJT at Falcons Fire in 2011…tied for ninth at the 2011 USGA Junior Amateur…won the 2011 USGA Junior Amateur Qualifier…tied for second at the 2011 FJT at Southwood Country Club in Tallahassee…tied for second at the Sea Pines Junior Heritage in 2012…was named the 2010 FSGA Junior Golfer of the Year as a junior in high school…selected to the First Team Central Florida by the Orlando Sentinel as a junior…was the BrightHouse Sports Network Golfer of the Year as a senior in 2012…named an AJGA Rolex All-American as a senior in 2012…First Team All-Central Florida according to the Orlando Sentinel and was named the Orange County Player of the Year by the Orlando Sentinel as a senior…was captain of the golf team at Trinity Prep for his sophomore, junior and senior seasons…finished in a tie for seventh place in the individual standings at the 95th Annual Florida State Amateur Championship in 2012.


Born Jan. 14, 1994…son of Virginia and Dr. David Lebioda…graduated from high school with a career 4.06 GPA…named to the honor roll in each of his four prep seasons…chose to play golf over baseball despite a .407 batting average as a freshman member of the varsity team.