TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (Seminoles.com) – Two members of the Florida State Men’s Golf Team in sophomore Frederik Kjettrup and senior Dan Bradbury were selected to the PING All-Southeast Region Team, announced by the Golf Coaches Association of America.
Both golfers played big roles in leading the Seminoles to the NCAA Championship Final once again, where they tied for 21st. It marked the second consecutive year FSU reached the final 30.
Kjettrup had an outstanding sophomore season, being ranked 30th nationally according to Golfstat and earning All-ACC Team honors. The native of Denmark led the Seminoles with a 71.46 scoring average this season, the 21st lowest in a season in program history. Kjettrup’s 71.81 career average through two seasons ranks seventh all-time at FSU.
Highlighting his second season with the Seminoles was a co-win at the 2022 All-American Intercollegiate in Humble, Texas. Kjettrup was also named to the 2022 Arnold Palmer Cup for the International Team, which takes place July 1-3 at the Golf Club de Genève in Cologny, Switzerland.
Bradbury completed a remarkable transfer season with the Seminoles, garnering four Top 10 finishes and placing second on the team with a 72.15 scoring average. Among his most impressive feats was tying for eighth at the NCAA Palm Beach Regional just three weeks after having an appendectomy that forced him to miss the ACC Championship.
The Wakefield, England, native finished third at the spring-opening Mobile Bay Intercollegiate, and leaves FSU as a Top 100 golfer according to Golfstat (97th).
Players from across six regions were selected to their respective all-region teams. Bradbury and Kjettrup were part of a 25-member team in the Southeast Region.