TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (Seminoles.com) – Frederik Kjettrup and Brett Roberts of Florida State Men’s Golf were selected as PING Honorable Mention All-Americans, announced by the Golf Coaches Association of America.
Kjettrup becomes the 35th All-American in Florida State Men’s Golf history, while Roberts repeats the feat from his freshman year in 2020-21. Roberts becomes the 12th men’s golfer at Florida State to earn All-America honors in multiple years.
Both student-athletes were instrumental in the Seminoles making another run at the NCAA Finals, where they tied for 21st at Grayhawk Golf Club in Scottsdale, Ariz.
Kjettrup garnered a Top 50 player ranking from Golfstat at the end of the season, and earned All-ACC Team honors following a noticeable improvement in his second year. He shot two rounds of 64 at The Valspar Invitational this year, tying for the eighth-lowest rounds ever in school history.
The native of Denmark is preparing for his first trip to the Arnold Palmer Cup, which is held July 1-3 at the Golf Club de Genève in Cologny, Switzerland.
Roberts had a strong run to end his second year with the Seminoles, winning the NCAA Palm Beach Regional at PGA National after shooting 7-under. He became the fourth Seminole to win an NCAA Regional but the first since Drew Kittleson in 2010.
The native of Coral Springs, Fla., recorded a scoring average of 72.46 and shot +0.97 vs. par in 2021-22. He led the team with 11 rounds played in the 60s and entered the NCAA Final shooting 19-under over his previous seven rounds.
Roberts earned Top 10 finishes at the Jackson Stephens Cup (T8th), Cabo Collegiate Invitational (T10th), the ACC Men’s Golf Championship (9th) and the NCAA Palm Beach Regional (1st).