|Sports Played or Coached:||Women's Golf, 2005-08|
Lindsey Bergeon was a four-year letterwinner for FSC Hall of Famer Robbie Davis’ women’s golf program from 2005-08. In her career with the Moccasins, she was a four-time All-American, including earning first team honors as a sophomore in 2006 and as a junior in 2007. Was the NCAA Division II National Runner-Up in 2006 and finished third at the 2007 NCAA Division II National Championships en route to helping the Moccasins claim the 2007 Division II national team title. Along with being a four-time All-American, Bergeon was also a two-time All-South Region honoree, a four-time All-Sunshine State Conference performer and a three-time member of the SSC All-Tournament Team at the SSC Championships. Was the runner-up for medalist honors at the 2005 SSC Championships and earned the 2006 SSC Sportsmanship Award and was also named the Team’s MVP that same season. In 2006, led the Mocs with a 74.80 stroke average and was the team’s top finisher in eight of nine events that season. Concluded her Moccasin playing career with a 75.88 stroke average over 103 rounds of golf. Served as a three-time team captain and earned All-American Golf Scholar honors in both 2007 and 2008. Earned her bachelor’s degree from Florida Southern in sports management in 2008 and competed in the Golf Channel’s “Big Break: Mexico” in 2013. She is currently playing professional golf and has played on both the Symetra Tour and the Canadian Tour in 2013. Earned the Symetra Tour Penske Driving Accuracy award as a tour rookie in 2009.