About Seminole Boosters, Inc.
Funding comprehensive excellence in competition and in the classroom.
As the fundraising arm of Florida State University Athletics, Seminole Boosters, Inc. is responsible for engaging fans, alumni and loyal supporters of FSU in order to generate financial contributions for the purpose of enriching the overall educational and athletic experience for over 500 student-athletes participating in 20 sports programs by providing financial security for long-term growth and prosperity.
Seminole Boosters, Inc. is comprised of loyal and generous donors dedicated to enhancing the student-athlete experience in support of the University’s mission to instill the strength, skill and character essential for lifelong learning, personal responsibility and sustained achievement. By becoming a contributor, or by maintaining your contribution in support of FSU Athletics, you help support one of the most visible and successful programs in the nation. Contributions made to Seminole Boosters provide the financial framework that makes winning possible through scholarships, academic and medical services, facilities, and championship caliber coaches.
The Florida State University Athletics program is completely self-sufficient and does not receive funding from the State of Florida or Florida State University. Funding for the entire athletics budget is comprised of revenues generated from Atlantic Coast Conference distributions, sponsorship agreements (via Seminole IMG Sports), ticket revenue and generous contributions from over 18,000 Seminole Booster members. In Fiscal Year 2013-14, Seminole Boosters supplemented the athletics operating budget by transferring $24M to help cover the cost of scholarships, maintain and upgrade some of the best collegiate facilities in the nation and provide our student-athletes with academic and medical services that give them the winning edge in the classroom and in competition.
|Jorge Azor||Byron Bailey||Lance Barton||Yvonne Brown||John Crowe||Bob Davis||Bill Dawkins||Craig Dewhurst|
|Al Dunlap||Linda Dupree||Wade Durham||Don Everett||Mike Evertsen||Lon Fellenz||Ann Ruth Figg||Alan Flaumenhaft|
|Bob Frey||Eric Friall||Ernie Garcia||Jimmy Graganella||Dan Grant||Bill Hagen||Kevin Hawkins||Tim Hill|
|Kris Inchcombe||Marice Leo||Paul Lowenthal||Mark Macek||John McCann||Linda McGee||DeVoe Moore||Dennis Newman|
|Andy Norman||Mark O'Bryant||Parrish Owens||Sam Rogers, Jr.||Scott Roix||Jon Shebel||Barry Smith||Larry Strom|
|Jesse Vance||Mike Walsingham||Brian Williams|
|President Designee - Tom Jennings||Board of Trustees Chairman - Ed Burr||Athletic Director - Stanley Wilcox|
|Foundation Chairman - John Thiel||Women's Athletics Representative - Nada Usina||Alumni Chairman - Tom Hynes|
|Athletic Board Designee - Pam Perrewe||Varsity Club Designee - Gary Huff||Student Booster Designee - Isaac Urichko|
|Inner Council Designee - Chris Diamantis||Seminole Boosters Chairman - David Rancourt||Seminole Boosters Vice-Chairman - Nylah Thompson|
|Immediate Past Chairman - Mike Harrell|
|Kathy Atkins-Gunter, 2005||Bob Lee Bannerman, 1952||Tom Barron, 1984||Hurley Booth, 1980||Dennis Boyle, 1992||Steve Brown, 2009|
|Spencer Burress, 1955||Bob Camp, 1979||Joe Camps, 1997||Bill Carraway, 1963||Jim Carter, 1981||Ken Cashin, 1989|
|Bob Caton, 2008||Raymond Cottrell, 2001||Dave Cowens, 1973||Syde P. Deeb, 1962||Carl Domino, 1995||Bill Dubey, 1969|
|Frank Fain, 1991||Mike Fields, 1987||Bob Fohl, 2003||Andy Haggard, 1988||Kim Hammond, 1972||Bruce Harrell, 2012|
|Mike Harrell, 2014||Ed Haskell, Jr, 1965||Sherman Henderson, 1998||Charlie Hill, 1978||Lou Hill, 1964, 74||Ron Hobbs, 2002|
|Jim Kirk, 1996||Chris Kraft, 2004||George Langford, 1976, 77, 85||Lawton Langford, 1994||W.S. "Bill" Lee, 1966||Douglas Mannheimer, 1993|
|Payne Midyette, Sr, 1956||Russ Morcom, 2006, 07||John Olson, 1982||Bill Parker, 1986||Frank Pope, 1967||Doyle Pope, 1970, 75|
|Theo Proctor, Jr, 1968||David Rancourt, 2015||Gene Ready, 2013||Don Reinhard, 1999||Charles Rosenberg, 1953, 54||Godfrey Smith, 1960|
|Lomax Smith, 1983||W.G. "Babe" Starry, 1958, 59, 61||Brian Swain, 2010, 11||Gary Walsingham, 2000||Herschel Williams, 1971||Tommy Williams, 1990|
|Albert Yates, 1957|