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List of Florida State University athletes

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Florida State's first football team, "The Eleven"
Florida State's first football team, "The Eleven"

Florida State University has graduated a large number of athletes. This includes graduates, non-graduate former students and current students of Florida State who are notable for their achievements within athletics, sometimes before or after their time at Florida State. Other alumni can be found in the list of Florida State University alumni; notable administration, faculty, and staff can be found on the list of Florida State University faculty. Intercollegiate sports teams at Florida State are called "Seminoles", and are run by the Florida State Athletics. The Athletics program runs Florida State's Hall of Fame, which has inducted many of FSU's greatest players throughout the program's history.

As a major competitor in college athletics, Florida State University has many notable alumni including student athletes, coaches and staff members. Many of the most notable members are listed in FSU's Hall of Fame and represent all major collegiate sports.[1] A number of FSU alumni have found success in professional sports, with 123 active alumni competing in sports including basketball, football, baseball and golf.[2] In addition, FSU has produced three Heisman Trophy winners in Chris Weinke, Charlie Ward, and Jameis Winston. Notable Seminoles in professional golf include Brooks Koepka, back to back U.S. Open champion (2017, 2018), Jeff Sluman, and Hubert Green, and Paul Azinger, PGA Championship(1993) and Ryder Cup Captain(2008).

American football

Athlete Notability Reference
Clifton Abraham professional NFL football player
Derrick Alexander professional NFL football player
Brian Allen professional NFL football player
Joe Avezzano professional NFL football player, former head coach for Oregon State University
Alex Barron professional NFL football player
Ed Beckman professional NFL football player
Edgar Bennett professional NFL football player
Scott Bentley professional NFL football player
Fred Biletnikoff Pro Football Hall of Fame player, Oakland Raiders, Super Bowl XI MVP
Anquan Boldin professional NFL football player, Baltimore Ravens, 2003 NFL Offensive Rookie of the Year
Lorenzo Booker professional NFL football player, Minnesota Vikings
Michael Boulware professional NFL football player
Peter Boulware professional NFL football player, 1997 NFL Defensive Rookie of the Year, Baltimore Ravens' Ring of Honor
Nigel Bradham professional NFL football player, Buffalo Bills
Leon Bright professional NFL football player
Derrick Brooks professional NFL football player, Tampa Bay Buccaneers, NFL Defensive Player of the Year (2002), 2006 Pro Bowl MVP, 2014 Pro Football Hall of Fame inductee
Everette Brown professional NFL football player, San Diego Chargers
Mack Brown Currently Head Football Coach, North Carolina Tar Heels
Milford Brown professional NFL football player
Rufus Brown professional NFL football player
Tony Bryant professional NFL football player
Terrell Buckley professional NFL football player
Brodrick Bunkley professional NFL football player Denver Broncos
Devin Bush professional NFL football player
Bobby Butler professional NFL football player
LeRoy Butler former professional NFL football player, invented the "Lambeau Leap"
Marion Butts professional NFL football player
Bill Capece professional NFL football player
Alphonso Carreker professional NFL football player
Dexter Carter professional NFL football player
Jerome Carter professional NFL football player
Pat Carter professional NFL football player
Tony Carter professional NFL football player, Denver Broncos
Thomas Clayton professional NFL football player
Tay Cody professional NFL football player
Dalvin Cook professional NFL football player
Randy Coffield professional NFL football player
Laveranues Coles professional NFL football player
Lee Corso former University of Louisville and Indiana University head coach, sports broadcaster, ESPN Gameday
Sam Cowart professional NFL football player
Henri Crockett professional NFL football player
Zack Crockett professional NFL football player, Oakland Raiders
Antonio Cromartie professional NFL football player, New York Jets
Devard Darling professional NFL football player
Buster Davis professional NFL football player
Chauncey Davis professional NFL football player, Chicago Bears
Chris Davis professional NFL football player
Lawrence Dawsey professional NFL football player, current FSU WR coach
Manny Diaz current defensive coordinator, Texas Longhorns
Darnell Dockett professional NFL football player, Arizona Cardinals
Ron Dugans professional NFL football player
Jamie Dukes professional NFL football player, analyst for the NFL Network
Warrick Dunn professional NFL football player, Tampa Bay Buccaneers, 1997 NFL Offensive Rookie of the Year
Mario Edwards professional NFL football player
William Floyd professional NFL football player
Andre Fluellen professional NFL football player, Detroit Lions
Todd Fordham professional NFL football player
Corey Fuller professional NFL football player
Steve Gabbard professional NFL football player
Graham Gano professional NFL football player, Washington Redskins
Talman Gardner professional NFL football player
Kent Gaydos professional NFL football player
Derrick Gibson professional NFL football player
E. G. Green professional NFL football player
Letroy Guion professional NFL football player, Minnesota Vikings
Kim Hammond professional NFL football player
Geno Hayes professional NFL football player, Tampa Bay Buccaneers
Jessie Hester professional NFL football player
Montrae Holland professional NFL football player, Dallas Cowboys
Chris Hope professional NFL football player, Tennessee Titans
Rodney Hudson professional NFL football player, Kansas City Chiefs
Gary Huff professional NFL football player, Chicago Bears, Tampa Bay Buccaneers, current Associate Athletic Director at FSU
Paul Irons professional NFL football player
Bobby Jackson professional NFL football player
Dexter Jackson professional NFL football player, Super Bowl XXXVII MVP for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers
Mario Henderson professional NFL football player
Derwin James professional NFL football player, Los Angeles Chargers
Sebastian Janikowski professional NFL football player, Oakland Raiders
Garth Jax professional NFL football player
Michael Jennings professional NFL football player
Brad Johnson professional NFL football player, Dallas Cowboys
Travis Johnson professional NFL football player
Greg Jones professional NFL football player, Jacksonville Jaguars
Hassan Jones professional NFL football player
Marvin Jones professional NFL football player
Walter Jones professional NFL football player, Seattle Seahawks
Danny Kanell professional NFL football player, college football analyst for ESPN
Ken Lanier professional NFL football player
Amp Lee professional NFL football player Green Bay Packers
Kevin Long professional NFL football player
Jim Mankins professional NFL football player
EJ Manuel professional NFL football player
Martin Mayhew professional NFL football player
Scott McLean professional NFL football player
Bryant McFadden professional NFL football player
Dennis McKinnon professional NFL football player Chicago Bears
Mike Mercer professional NFL football player
Marvin Minnis professional NFL football player
Travis Minor professional NFL football player
Orson Mobley professional NFL football player
Eric Moore professional NFL football player
Randy Moss professional NFL football player (attended for one year and then released from team)
Zeke Mowatt professional NFL football player
Lee Nelson professional NFL football player
Sterling Palmer professional NFL football player
Preston Parker professional NFL football player, Tampa Bay Buccaneers
Tommy Polley professional NFL football player
Christian Ponder professional NFL football player, Minnesota Vikings
Eric Powell professional NFL football player
Jalen Ramsey professional NFL football player, Jacksonville Jaguars
Willie Reid professional NFL football player
Burt Reynolds actor and star Seminole tailback
Jamal Reynolds professional NFL football player
Tayler Richter professional NFL football player
Patrick Robinson professional NFL football player, New Orleans Saints
Myron Rolle professional NFL football player, Pittsburgh Steelers, 2009 Rhodes Scholarship recipient
Samari Rolle professional NFL football player
Gerard Ross professional NFL football player
P. K. Sam professional NFL football player
Garrison Sanborn professional NFL football player, Buffalo Bills
Deion Sanders professional NFL football player, NFL Defensive Player of the Year (1994)
Zebrie Sanders professional NFL football player, Buffalo Bills
Ron Sellers professional NFL football player
Eric Shelton professional NFL football player
Clay Shiver professional NFL football player
Corey Simon professional NFL football player
Ron Simmons professional USFL football player, former world champion in professional wrestling as both an individual (WCW) and as part of a tag team (WCW and WWE)
Carl Simpson professional NFL football player
Ernie Sims professional NFL football player, Indianapolis Colts
Antone Smith professional NFL football player, Atlanta Falcons
Barry Smith professional NFL football player
Sammie Smith professional NFL football player
Jesse Solomon professional NFL football player
Greg Spires professional NFL football player
Rohn Stark professional NFL football player
Walt Sumner professional NFL football player
Tra Thomas professional NFL football player
William Thomas professional NFL football player
Weegie Thompson professional NFL football player
Craphonso Thorpe professional NFL football player
Lawrence Timmons professional NFL football player, Pittsburgh Steelers
Rick Tuten professional NFL football player
Tamarick Vanover professional NFL and CFL football player, current Lake City Christian High School Coach
Andre Wadsworth professional NFL football player
DeMarcus Walker professional NFL football player, Denver Broncos
Javon Walker professional NFL football player
B. J. Ward professional NFL football player
Charlie Ward Heisman Trophy winner, professional NFL football player
Peter Warrick professional NFL football player
Pat Watkins professional NFL football player
Dekoda Watson professional NFL football player, Tampa Bay Buccaneers
Leon Washington professional NFL football player, Seattle Seahawks
Chris Weinke Heisman Trophy winner, professional NFL football player
Drew Weatherford professional NFL football player
T. K. Wetherell former State of Florida Representative, Former Speaker of the House for Florida, former President of Florida State University
Markus White professional NFL football player, Washington Redskins
Bud Whitehead professional NFL football player
Brett Williams professional NFL football player
Todd Williams professional NFL football player
Peter Tom Willis professional NFL football player, FSU football radio analyst
Ray Willis professional NFL football player
Reinard Wilson professional NFL football player
Kamerion Wimbley professional NFL football player, Oakland Raiders
Jameis Winston Heisman Trophy winner, professional NFL football player

Heisman Trophy winners

Alumni Notability Reference
Charlie Ward 1993 Heisman Trophy winner
Chris Weinke 2000 Heisman Trophy winner
Jameis Winston 2013 Heisman Trophy winner

Baseball

Athlete Notability Reference
Luis Alicea Professional MLB baseball player
Gene Ammann Professional baseball player in Japan
Dick Brown Professional MLB baseball player
Barret Browning Professional MLB baseball player, St. Louis Cardinals
George Cappuzzello Professional MLB baseball player, Detroit Tigers
Kevin Cash Professional MLB baseball player, Boston Red Sox
Randy Choate Professional MLB baseball player, Tampa Bay Rays
Daniel Davidson Professional MLB baseball player, Anaheim Angels
Matt Diaz Professional MLB baseball player, Atlanta Braves
J. D. Drew Professional MLB baseball player, Boston Red Sox
Stephen Drew Professional MLB baseball player, Arizona Diamondbacks
Gar Finnvold Professional MLB baseball player, Boston Red Sox
Ron Fraser Former college baseball coach at the University of Miami from 1963–1992. Won the College World Series in 1982 and 1985
Mike Fuentes Professional MLB baseball player, Montreal Expos
Mark Gilbert Professional MLB baseball player, United States Ambassador to New Zealand
Sean Gilmartin Professional MLB baseball player, New York Mets
Jeff Gray Professional MLB baseball player
John-Ford Griffin Professional MLB baseball player, Toronto Blue Jays
Johnny Grubb Professional MLB baseball player
Tyler Holt Professional MLB baseball player
Dick Howser Professional MLB baseball player
Hunter Jones Professional MLB baseball player
Terry Kennedy Professional MLB baseball player
Richie Lewis Professional MLB baseball player
Mickey Lopez Professional MLB baseball player
Mike Loynd Professional MLB baseball player
Jim Lyttle Professional MLB baseball player
Mike Martin Head coach, Florida State Seminoles
Marshall McDougall Professional MLB baseball player, Texas Rangers record holder for most home runs in a college game (6)
Doug Mientkiewicz Former professional MLB baseball player and Olympic gold medalist at the 2000 Summer Olympics; Minnesota Twins, Boston Red Sox, New York Mets, Kansas City Royals, New York Yankees, Pittsburgh Pirates, Los Angeles Dodgers
Eduardo Pérez Professional MLB baseball player, now serving as analyst for ESPN's Baseball Tonight
Buster Posey Professional MLB baseball player, San Francisco Giants
Scott Proctor Professional MLB baseball player, Los Angeles Dodgers
James Ramsey Professional MLB baseball player
Jody Reed Professional MLB baseball player
Shane Robinson Professional MLB baseball player
Tony La Russa Former MLB manager, Chicago White Sox, Oakland A's, St. Louis Cardinals
Deion Sanders Former MLB baseball player (*played in the NFL)
Mac Scarce Professional MLB baseball player
Paul Sorrento Professional MLB baseball player
Ken Suarez Professional MLB baseball player
Jeff Tam Professional MLB baseball player
Devon Travis Professional MLB baseball player, Toronto Blue Jays
John Wasdin Professional MLB baseball player, Texas Rangers
Paul Wilson Professional MLB baseball player, Cincinnati Reds

Basketball (men's)

Athlete Notability Reference
Randy Allen Professional NBA basketball player
Solomon Alabi Professional NBA basketball player, Toronto Raptors
Malik Beasley Professional NBA basketball player Denver Nuggets
Dwayne Bacon Professional NBA basketball player Charlotte Hornets
Sam Cassell Professional NBA basketball player
Ben Clyde Professional NBA basketball player
James Collins Professional NBA basketball player
Dave Cowens Professional NBA basketball player, Boston Celtics, Milwaukee Bucks (retired); named to NBA's 50 Greatest of All Time list
Tony Dawson Professional NBA basketball player
Mickey Dillard Professional NBA basketball player
Toney Douglas Professional NBA basketball player, Houston Rockets
Hugh Durham Former Head Basketball coach for Florida State University and the University of Georgia
Deividas Dulkys Represented Lithuania at the 2012 Summer Olympics
Doug Edwards Professional NBA basketball player
Jonathan Isaac Professional NBA basketball player, Orlando Magic
Bernard James Professional NBA basketball player, Dallas Mavericks
Alexander Johnson Professional NBA basketball player, Miami Heat
Michael Joiner Professional basketball player in the Australian National Basketball League
Jonathan Kerner Professional NBA basketball player
Derwin Kitchen basketball player for Ironi Nahariya of the Israeli Basketball Premier League [3]
George McCloud Professional NBA basketball player
Ralph Mims Professional basketball player in Europe
Xavier Rathan-Mayes Professional basketball player
Tim Pickett Professional NBA basketball player
Ryan Reid Professional NBA basketball player
Chris Singleton Professional NBA basketball player, Washington Wizards
Michael Snaer Professional basketball player
Bob Sura Professional NBA basketball player, Houston Rockets
Irving Thomas Professional NBA basketball player
Al Thornton Professional NBA basketball player Washington Wizards
Von Wafer Professional NBA basketball player, Boston Celtics
Charlie Ward Professional NBA basketball player, Heisman Trophy winner
Mitchell Wiggins Professional NBA basketball player
Willie Williams Professional NBA basketball player
Ed Young Played two years, now pastor of Fellowship Church

Basketball (women's)

Athlete Notability Reference
Tanae Davis-Cain professional WNBA basketball player, Detroit Shock
Sue Galkantas 1983 finalist for the Wade Trophy
Roneeka Hodges professional WNBA basketball player, Houston Comets
Natasha Howard professional WNBA basketball player, Indiana Fever
Britany Miller professional WNBA basketball player, Detroit Shock
Jacinta Monroe professional WNBA basketball player, Washington Mystics and Tulsa Shock
Tia Paschal professional WNBA basketball player, Chicago Sting
Leonor Rodríguez professional basketball player and member of the Spain national team; Olympic silver medalist, Rio 2016 Summer Olympics
Leticia Romero basketball player for the Spain women's national basketball team; Olympic silver medalist, Rio 2016 Summer Olympics
Brooke Wyckoff professional WNBA basketball player, Chicago Sky

Golf

PGA

Athlete Notability Reference
Paul Azinger professional golfer[4]
Daniel Berger professional golfer
Jonas Blixt professional golfer
Bob Duval professional golfer
Harry Ellis professional golfer
Hubert Green professional golfer[5]
Nolan Henke professional golfer[6]
Brian Kamm professional golfer
Richie Karl professional golfer
Kenny Knox professional golfer[7]
Brooks Koepka professional golfer[8]
Hank Lebioda professional golfer
Jack Maguire professional golfer
George McNeill professional golfer
Jeremy Robinson professional golfer
Jeff Sluman professional golfer

LPGA

Athlete Notability Reference
Barb Bunkowsky professional golfer
Jane Geddes professional golfer[9]
Nancy Scranton professional golfer[10]
Karen Stupples professional golfer[11]
Colleen Walker professional golfer[12]
Lisa Walters professional golfer
Leigh Ann Mills professional golfer[13]

Gymnastics

Athlete Notability Reference
Rafael A. Lecuona Olympic gymnast

Soccer

Athlete Notability Reference
Dagný Brynjarsdóttir Icelandic professional soccer player, Bayern München
Deyna Castellanos Venezuelan women's soccer player, winner of the Golden Boot of the 2014 FIFA U-17 Women's World Cup.
Megan Connolly Soccer player for the Republic of Ireland women's national football team
Becky Edwards Professional soccer player
Michaela Hahn Professional soccer player [14]
Selin Kuralay 2004 Olympic Games – Australia
Cheyna Matthews Professional soccer player, Washington Spirit
Carson Pickett Professional soccer player [15]
Toni Pressley Professional soccer player, Orlando Pride
Casey Short Professional soccer player, Chicago Red Stars, United States women's national soccer team
India Trotter Professional soccer player
Gloriana Villalobos Costa Rican women's soccer player
Sarah Wagenfuhr Professional soccer player
Mami Yamaguchi Japanese professional soccer player

Softball

Athlete Notability Reference
Yuruby Alicart Competed for Venezuela in 2008 Summer Olympics
Jessica Burroughs Two-time ACC Pitcher of the Year and a 2017 first-team All-American
Darby Cottle Two-time All-American softball player
Lacey Waldrop 2014 College Softball National Player of the Year
Jessie Warren 2018 Women's College World Series Most Outstanding Player

Swimming and diving

Athlete Notability Reference
Phil Boggs Diver and Olympic gold medalist, 1976 Summer Olympics
Robert Braknis Participated in the 1996 Summer Olympics
Mateo de Angulo Represented Colombia in the 2012 Summer Olympics
Wendy Fuller Participated in the 1988 Summer Olympics
Patrick Jeffrey Participated in the 1996 Summer Olympics
Mike Kowalski Participated in the 1988 Summer Olympics[16]
Nelson Mora Butterfly swimmer from Venezuela
Steve Parry Butterfly and backstroke swimmer, Olympic bronze medalist, 2004 Summer Olympics
Katherine Rawls Diver, two time Olympic silver medalist, 1932 Summer Olympics and 1936 Summer Olympics
Ariel Rittenhouse Diver who participated in the 2008 Summer Olympics
Pavel Sankovich Swimmer from Belarus who participated at the 2008,2012, and 2016 Summer Olympics
Julio Santos Freestyle swimmer from Ecuador
Tal Stricker Breaststroke swimmer, competed for Israel in 2000 Summer Olympics
Chris Vythoulkas Participated in the 2004 Summer Olympics for The Bahamas
Katrina Young 10m Diver from the United States of America who participated at the 2016 Summer Olympics

Tennis

Athlete Notability Reference
Réjean Génois Professional tennis player
Paul Haarhuis Professional tennis player, participated in the Olympics
Richard Legendre Professional tennis player
Joey Rive Professional tennis player
Maciek Sykut Professional tennis player

Track and field

Athlete Notability Reference
Gonzalo Barroilhet Olympic decathlete from Chile
Kim Batten Long jumper, Olympic silver medalist
Jonathan Borlée Belgian sprinter who competed in the 2008 Summer Olympics and 2012 Summer Olympics
Kevin Borlée Belgian sprinter who competed in the 2008 Summer Olympics and 2012 Summer Olympics
Marvin Bracy Sprinter
Ricardo Chambers Jamaican 400 m specialist
Charles Clark Sprinter
Bradley Cooper Olympic discus thrower and shot putter
Rafeeq Curry NCAA Champion, 9x NCAA All-American, 2011 USA Indoor Champion, and represented America at the 2008 Summer Olympics
Walter Dix Won two bronze medals at the 2008 Summer Olympics
Brian Dzingai Olympic sprinter from Zimbabwe
Hannah England British distance runner, 2012 Summer Olympics
Michelle Finn Sprinter
Trentavis Friday World Junior Champion in the 200m and 4 × 100 m relay
Randy Givens Track and field sprinter and participant at the 1984 Summer Olympics[17][18]
Kemar Hyman Caymanian sprinter
Lacy Janson Pole vaulter at the 2012 Summer Olympics
Garrett Johnson Shot putter, 2006 NCAA Champion, and Rhodes Scholar
Thomas Lancashire Represented Great Britain at the 2008 Summer Olympics in the 1500m
Andrew Lemoncello Olympic distance runner from Britain
Ngonidzashe Makusha Olympic long jumper from Zimbabwe
Walter McCoy Relay runner, and Olympic gold medalist[citation needed]
Stephen Newbold Bahamian sprinter
Marita Payne Canadian sprinter, won two silver medals at the 1984 Summer Olympics
Dorian Scott Jamaican shot putter, competed at 2012 Summer Olympics
Kendal Williams World Junior Champion in the 100m and 4 × 100 m relay
Kimberly Williams Jamaican triple jumper, competed at 2012 Summer Olympics
Linden Hall Australian middle distance runner, competed at 2016 Summer Olympics

Volleyball

Athlete Notability Reference
Norisha Campbell professional volleyball player
Nick Lucena Olympic volleyball player (2016)
Karyn Palgut Olympic handball player (1988, 1992)
Gabrielle Reece professional volleyball player, model
Trenesha Biggers professional wrestler, model, actress,activist

See also

References

  1. ^ "Florida State University, Seminoles.Com website for FSU Athletics – FSU Hall of Fame". Archived from the original on April 19, 2009. Retrieved July 1, 2007.
  2. ^ http://seminoles.com/fans-noles-in-the-pros/
  3. ^ "Derwin Kitchen Basketball Player Profile, Hapoel Eilat, Florida St., News, Winner League stats, Career, Games Logs, Best, Awards - eurobasket".
  4. ^ PGAtour.com Archived 2007-12-31 at the Wayback Machine
  5. ^ PGAtour.com Archived 2007-12-21 at the Wayback Machine
  6. ^ PGAtour.com Archived 2007-12-25 at the Wayback Machine
  7. ^ PGAtour.com Archived 2008-01-03 at the Wayback Machine
  8. ^ PGAtour.com Archived 2008-01-03 at the Wayback Machine
  9. ^ "404 - LPGA - Ladies Professional Golf Association".
  10. ^ "404 - LPGA - Ladies Professional Golf Association".
  11. ^ "404 - LPGA - Ladies Professional Golf Association".
  12. ^ "404 - LPGA - Ladies Professional Golf Association".
  13. ^ "Overview - LPGA - Ladies Professional Golf Association".
  14. ^ Parsons, Michael (January 30, 2016). "Michaela Hahn excited to start professional career". USA Today. Retrieved 17 April 2017.
  15. ^ Hays, Graham (September 29, 2012). "Attitude sets FSU's Carson Pickett apart". ESPN. Retrieved 28 March 2016.
  16. ^ "FSU Athletics Hall of Fame Biographies".
  17. ^ TheACC.com Looking Back... Florida State's Outdoor Success in 1984 Archived 2012-03-07 at the Wayback Machine
  18. ^ "Randy Givens Bio, Stats, and Results". Olympics at Sports-Reference.com.

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