May 27, 2021 - by
Top-Seeded Seminoles Begin NCAA Championship Play

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. ( – The No. 1 seeded Florida State Men’s Golf team makes its 26th trip to the NCAA Championship Finals as it seeks the program’s first national title on May 28-June 2 at Grayhawk Golf Club in Scottsdale, Ariz.

On Friday-Sunday, each team will participate in the stroke-play portion of the championship to determine the Top 15 teams remaining. On Monday, May 31, the final day of stroke play occurs to limit the field from 15 to the Top eight teams for match play.

The match play quarterfinals and semifinals happen on Tuesday, June 1, to determine the match play final between two teams on Wednesday, June 2.

The first three days of competition can be followed on The GOLF Channel will provide live coverage from Monday thru Wednesday’s championship match. Monday’s live coverage is from 5-9 p.m. ET, while Tuesday’s live coverage of the match play quarterfinals and semifinals is from Noon-2:30 p.m. and 5-9 p.m., respectively.


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GOLF Channel will air Wednesday’s championship match beginning at 5 p.m. ET.

The Seminoles’ first two rounds begin at 2:30 p.m. ET on Friday and 9:10 a.m. on Saturday.

FSU rides into its first NCAA Finals since 2017 with some serious momentum, winning the Tallahassee Regional convincingly last week after shooting 34-under (271-281-278). The Seminoles shot twice as low as runner-up Georgia (-17) to card their first regional victory, a performance that propelled them to earn the NCAA’s top seed in the finals.


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Graduate transfer Vincent Norrman (-9) and John Pak (-8) finished third and fourth in the regional, respectively. The two experienced golfers make up one of the nation’s best collegiate duos, with Pak leading the team with a 69.78 scoring average while Norrman is second at 70.74.

FSU is paired with No. 2 Oklahoma and No. 3 Oklahoma State for each of the first two rounds of play. The Seminoles will also have freshman talent Brett Roberts, redshirt sophomore Cole Anderson and freshman Frederik Kjettrup in the lineup. Graduate student Greyson Porter will serve as the alternate.

FSU’s best finish in NCAA Finals history came in 2010 when Seminole Alum Brooks Koepka helped the Noles to a tie for third place after reaching the semifinals of match play.

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