Florida State University - Golf
 

STAFF

 
Trey Jones
Camp Director & Director of Golf ‚Äčat Florida State University

Top national finishes, All-Americans, professional success and academic achievement have become synonymous with the Florida State men’s golf program under Trey Jones. Now in his 11th season as the head men’s coach and Director of Golf for the Seminoles’ men’s and women’s golf programs, Jones has lifted the sport of golf at Florida State to new heights. Building championship teams and elevating those teams onto the national stage is nothing new to Jones who has earned four conference coach of the year awards and led 12 of his 17 teams at the Division I level to the NCAA Championship tournament. His teams consistently hold prominent places in the national rankings, are adept at winning conference championships and are annually among the top producers of All-American and all-conference performers. With six former golfers currently on playing on professional tours, there is no doubt that Jones can recognize talent and is adept at molding young golfers into mature, capable professionals.

Amy Bond
Head Instructor and Head Women’s Coach at Florida State University

Since being named the head coach at her alma mater in 2010, Amy Bond has gone about building a team that will consistently qualify for the NCAA Championship Tournament, compete for ACC and national championships and produce All-ACC and All-American student-athletes. In her first three seasons at Florida State, the Seminoles have played in three NCAA Championships, produced the school’s first NCAA Regional Champion, earned two All-American citations, earned three All-ACC selections and had nine players earn All-ACC Academic honors.

Robert Duck
Camp Instructor, Assistant Golf Coach For Player Development at Florida State University

Robert Duck’s diverse and successful career in the sport of golf - on the collegiate and professional levels - and his fantastic ability to relate his experiences as a coach and a teacher, are attributes that serve him well as a member of the Florida State golf coaching staff. In his third season as an assistant coach with both the Seminoles’ men’s and women’s programs, Duck has helped continue Florida State’s tradition of NCAA appearances, All-Americans and All-ACC performers during his tenure. He works with both programs at Florida State in the areas of player development, recruiting and daily team and individual coaching responsibilities.

Mary Michael Maggio
Assistant Golf Coach at Florida State University

Mary Michael Maggio is in her first season as an assistant coach at Florida State.  She came to Florida State after one year as an assistant coach at Baylor (2014-15) and one season as an assistant coach at Houston (2013-14).  She helped coach the Baylor women’s golf team to a second place finish at the 2015 NCAA Championships.  As a standout player, she won the Big 12 Championship and earned All-Big 12 honors at Texas A&M in 2012. Maggio enjoyed a standout junior golf career and is still considered to be one of the top high players in the history of the state of Arkansas.  She was named the 2004, 2005 and 2006 Arkansas Women's Golf Association Player of the Year, was the state junior match play champion (2005 and 2006) and the state junior stroke champion (2004 and 2005). Maggio works with both programs at Florida State and is heavily involved in the recruiting process.