ROCKPORT — After four years of dominating the Maine golf scene, Camden Hills senior Cole Anderson will be looking to dominate the golf scene in Florida come next fall as a member of the Florida State University (NCAA Division I) golf team.
The National Letter of Intent signing period started Wednesday, Nov. 14 for high school seniors signing binding letters of intent to play every NCAA Division I or II sport except football and Anderson wasted little time Wednesday by signing to continue his golf career with the Tallahassee, Florida institution.
Under the direction of head coach Trey Jones for the past 15 years, the Seminole golf program has made six straight NCAA Championship Finals appearances, collected 23 tournament wins, 13 consecutive NCAA regional appearances, produced 11 All-Americans and collected 23 All-America honors. The program has seen 12 consecutive years with multiple all-conference selections.
Heading into the this season, the Seminoles have finished in the top five in 66 of its last 97 tournaments played.
Anderson, a National Honors Society member, has been a strong force for the Windjammer golf team since his freshman year in 2015 winning the state’s Class A individual golf championship in the boys division 2015-2017 and finishing second in 2018.
He was the Samoset Resort Club champion in 2016 and 2017, New England Golf Association Junior individual champion in 2016, New England PGA junior champion in 2017, USGA Amateur participant in 2017, AJGA Coca-Cola junior champion in 2017 and 2018 and Maine State Match Play Invitational champion in 2018. He received Kennebec Valley Athletic Conference accolades each year of high school.
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