|Sports Played or Coached:||Men's Golf, 1998-99|
Matt Saglio came to Florida Southern from Guilford College (N.C.) and played two seasons (1998 and 1999) for the Moccasins, earning All-America honors both years. As a member of the 1998 national championship team, he led the team in stroke average (71.93), finished fourth in the Sunshine State Conference Tournament and tied for fifth with teammate Travis Perkins at the national championship. His season stroke average was fifth-best in school history. As a senior in 1999 he led a dominating performance by the Moccasins to another national title and won the individual national title himself. The Moccasins led from start to finish at the national championship, finished 27 under par with an NCAA-record team score of 1,125 and won the tournament by 32 strokes. Saglio birdied the final two holes and won the tournament with a 278 for a two-stroke margin. His career stroke average was 73.12, sixth-best in school history. Now playing professionally, he was the National Pro Golf Tour Player of the Year in 2010.