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In case you missed ‘TN’s Triple-S’ latest coverage of Florida State Seminoles athletics, here’s a recap: Sunday Seminoles summary: FSU Soccer, Basketball, Volleyball, Softball and other sports news.

With many fall sports programs nearing the end of their season, we’ll keep you updated on Florida State sports information and media press releases that we send from FSU SID, or that we source ourselves.

Feel free to include any other FSU related news of any kind that we may have missed in the comments section.

Most of the summaries below are courtesy of FSU SID, Tomahawk Nation, and Twitter.


No. 1 Florida State (15-2-3) beat LSU (10-4-7) by a score of 4-1 tonight at the Seminole Soccer Complex in Tallahassee, FL.

Game Recap

LSU stepped in up front in this game. In the tenth minute Angelina Thoreson drove down the right flank. Read also : Minister: Every 1% of food price inflation adds £ 33 to the average annual bill…..{continued *FREE}

Six Seminole were named to the 2022 College Sports Academic Division 1 Women’s Soccer Division. Maria Alagoa, Emma Bissell, Lauren Flynn, Jenna Nighswonger, Beata Olsson, and Kaitlyn Zipay all represent Garnet and Gold on the roster.

Maria Alagoa has played in 18 games for the Seminoles this season with one start. He has recorded three goals and three assists this season and scored the winner against Clemson in a 3-1 win. Alagoa majored in Management and has a GPA of 3,591.

Emma Bissell has played in 18 games this season for Florida State. He has also scored three goals this season along with a pair of assists. Bissell scored a game-tying goal in the 73rd minute against Notre Dame in the ACC Tournament to send the game into overtime. He majored in Sports Management and has a 4.0 GPA.

Lauren Flynn has been a mainstay at centre-back this season, starting all 18 of the games she has played. Flynn has helped lead a Seminole defense that has recorded nine shutouts this season and conceded just 16 goals in 19 games. Flynn scored his first goal of the season in the first round of the NCAA Tournament. He has a GPA of 3.951 in Political Science.

Jenna Nightswonger has helped lead a dynamic Florida State offense this season as she leads the team in points and assists. Nighswonger has registered a career-high 15 assists and 25 points this season as he has also scored five goals. Nighswonger was selected to the All-ACC First Team and was named ACC Tournament MVP. He has a GPA of 3.823 in Finance.

Beata Olsson has anchored a Florida State offense who has scored 49 goals. He has started and played in all 19 games this season and came home with five goals and two assists. Olsson was named to the All-ACC Third Team and the ACC All-Tournament Team. He has a 3.98 GPA in Environment and Society.

Kaitlyn Zipay completed the six Seminole who made the All-District Academic Team. He has played in 18 games this season and has recorded two goals and one assist. His second game of the season goal in the first round of the NCAA Tournament was in a 3-0 win over Florida Gulf Coast. He has a GPA of 3,792 in Psychology.

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Women’s Basketball

A defensive effort locked in overtime helped lift the Florida State Women’s Basketball team to a physical 79-73 victory in Houston on Saturday at the Fertitta Center in Houston, Texas. On the same subject : Leaders Meet at EFSC on Critical High-Tech Workforce Needs.

The Seminoles (5-0) go 5-0 for the first time since the 2019-20 season. FSU outscored the Cougars (1-3), 11-5, in overtime and held them to just 2-of-8 in overtime.

Graduate guard Jazmine Massengill set the defensive tone with a career-high 17 rebounds. Sophomore Mariana Valenzuela added 11 from the glass while Erin Howard had 10 points and 10 rebounds for her second double-double of the season.

New guard Ta’Niya Latson was late for FSU, leading the team with 21 points (8 of 14) along with four rebounds and four assists. Senior guard Sara Bejedi scored a season-high 16 points, while sophomore Makayla Timpson added 16 points and five rebounds along with four blocked shots.

The Seminoles shot 47 percent (31 of 66) from the floor and had their best 3-point shooting performance of the year with 53.8 percent (7 of 13). Houston shot 33.3 percent (31-of-93) but was able to force 26 turnovers.

Timpson went into overtime for FSU with two straight baskets under, followed by O’Mariah Gordon’s coast-to-coast layup to make it 74-70 FSU with 3:49 left in overtime. Latson then delivered another possession to give the Seminoles a 76-70 lead with 3:21 left, which turned out to be more than enough.

Timpson looked good from 15 feet to give the Seminoles a superb win, but shot out to force overtime at 68-68.

Noles shot 69 percent in the first quarter as they went up 22-12. Bejedi led FSU with eight points while Timpson added six. FSU shot 69 percent from the floor in the opening quarter and immediately kept the pressure on Houston, using a 12-2 run in the quarter to start.

Noles and the Cougars came into the first half 35-35 after Houston beat FSU 23-13 in the second quarter. Bejedi led the Seminoles with 11 points at half-time, including the 3-point field goal needed to help FSU back into the lead towards the end of the first half. Houston had only four turnovers at the break and was able to turn the Seminoles over 10 times.

FSU was able to force more turnovers by the Cougars in the second half and used the third quarter where he shot 52.9 percent to put himself in an advantageous position going forward.

The Seminoles will prepare for the Cancun Challenge at the Hard Rock Hotel Riviera Maya on November 24-26. Florida State spends part of Thanksgiving playing Oklahoma State at 11 am ET on November 24. FSU then takes on Purdue on Friday, November 25, at 1:30 p.m. ET and finishes with Harvard at 11​​am ET on Saturday, November 26.

Florida State Women’s basketball is up to 4-0 after beating the Florida Gators at home Wednesday night, putting in a fourth quarter showing and outscoring UF in nearly every category…..{continued *FREE}

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The Florida State volleyball team (18-9, 10-6) displayed remarkable toughness in their home final Friday night at Tully Gym, pulling off a hard-fought four-set victory (14-25, 25-18, 25- 23 , 25-18) over the North Carolina Tar Heels (15-12, 7-9). The victory marked the Seminoles’ 12th win at home, their most since 2015. This may interest you : Jamal Crawford joins WBD Sports as an analyst across multiple platforms.

Noles held a narrow 10-9 lead early in the first set, but the Tar Heels were able to ramble 11 points in a row to take the lead. UNC would take the set 25-14, led by Mabrey Shaffmaster’s six kills.

Florida State broke off its early struggles and ran five points to take a 5-1 lead to start the second set. North Carolina battled back to tie things up at 11 but Noles was undeniable. FSU capitalized on an 8-1 run to claim a 25-18 win. Emily Ryan and Khori Louis combined for nine of Noles’ 14 murders.

The third set saw the two teams stalemate on 13 before a five-point run from the Seminoles gave them an advantage they were not going to let go. An kill from Emma Clothier put the finishing touches to a 25-23 win.

North Carolina fought back in set four, jumping to a 14-9 lead as Florida State’s offense struggled with offensive errors. However, Noles found their stride, finishing the set with six unanswered points en route to a game-clinching 25-18 victory.

Audrey Koenig was a machine in the rearguard, smashing a career-high in digs (19) while Emery Dupes added 15 of his own. Noles displayed a balanced offensive streak as Koenig, Ryan, and Louis each contributed 11 kills and Clothier tallied 10.

Florida State’s next Test will be on Wednesday when they travel to Coral Gables to take on the Miami Hurricanes. Fans can catch the action on ACC Network Extra at 3pm.

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The time every Florida State softball fan has been waiting for is here. On Tuesday, FSU announced the schedule for the 2023 softball season. Bringing back a huge group of talented new players, Head Coach Lonni Alameda also landed top talent from transfer portals, and a group of accomplished new players….{continued *FREE}

We continue our dive into Florida State’s 2023 softball program, this week we look at two sophomores who are currently returning to Tallahassee. In addition to Amaya Ross and Krystina Hartley, Lonni Alameda and her staff recently added Katie Dack, via a transfer portal, to second class….{continued *FREE}

We continue our dive into the 2023 Florida State softball program, this week’s second round of redshirts.

After picking up an injury in 2021, Jahni Kerr appeared to be making a comeback last season. Returning to the lineup in 2022, Kerr posted a . 261 batting average. His success at the end of the season saw him move up through the ranks. While at the plate he recorded 47 hits, scored 25 runs, 10 doubles, 5 home runs, 35 RBI, and walked 10 times…{continued *FREE}

Now that the September 1st window has come and gone for college softball, the class of 2024 can begin announcing an oral commitment to their school. For Florida State, they have started receiving verbal. This thread will be dedicated to those players who have posted about commitments to Garnet and Gold starting in 2024..{continued *FREE}

Despite the early end, it remains a special season for Florida State Seminoles softball.

The all-season incredible run was punctuated by an ACC Tournament championship title – Team 39 went 49-5 for the highest regular season winning percentage in school history (. 907). The season saw a emblematic fight for head coach Lonni Alameda’s team and provided many moments for fans to remember.

Now that the dust has settled, we at Tomahawk Nation decided to take a look at the top 5 moments that made this season spectacular…{continued *FREE}

Check out our dedicated Fanpost for FSU Women’s sports for any Women’s sports news you can come across and be able to share to help keep your community up to date on what’s happening in FSU women’s athletics during the week…{continued *FREE}


Men’s Basketball

Florida State Basketball welcomes the Florida Gators to Tallahassee for an out-of-conference game Friday night. The Tucker Center is fully loaded for the first time this season. It looks like Noles has finally pulled away from their first win of the year, going into the first round with a comfortable lead,….{continued *FOR FREE}

Florida State Seminoles basketball continued its worst season start in the Leonard Hamilton era, losing to the Troy Trojans 79-72 to lose its third game in a row.

After losing to Stetson and UCF in back to back bouts vs. In-state opponents FSU face the Trojans (2-0) in Tallahassee hoping to avoid the program’s first 0-3 start since 2001…..{continued *FOR FREE}

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The Florida State men’s tennis team has three players in the latest ITA College Singles Rankings released Wednesday.

The Seminoles are led by junior Antoine Cornut-Chauvinc, who is ranked 12th nationally. She finished her fall schedule with an overall record of 13-3 after advancing to the semifinals of the ITA Fall Championship in San Diego. The Lyon, France, native defeated sixth-ranked opponents in the fall, including two top 10 wins, and all three of its losses were eventual champions in each tournament.

Sophomore Youcef Rihane is ranked 24th in singles in the country after posting an 11-3 record in the fall, while classmate Jamie Connel is 53rd nationally with an overall score of 11-2. Rihane, from Algeria, Algeria, won the singles title at the Destin Invitational and defeated third-ranked opponents at the ITA All-American Championships. Connel, originally from Edinburgh, Scotland, completed his fall with a Bedford Cup win that saw him drop just one set in four games through the bracket.

Florida State Junior Anna Arkadianou is ranked No. a perfect 3-0 singles record at the UNF Fall Invitational.

Arkadianou earned a 3-1 record in singles at the Fall Four Tournament at the University of Alabama and earned a 3-0 record in singles at the UNF tournament. Her three UNF tournament wins have come against Grace Schumacher of USF (6-3, 6-3), Marie Mattell of UCF (2-6, 6-2 (10-2) and Ruxi Schech of UNC Charlotte (6-2, 6 -1) to get the Flight A-East championship.

Arkadianou is no stranger to national and regional rankings.

He was ranked No. 20 nationally in the 2021-22 ITA doubles ranking final with former Seminole All-American Petra Hule. Arkadianou and Hule are ranked No. 16 during the last week of the regular season and played in the NCAA Doubles Championship at the University of Illinois. The pair is ranked nationwide for the weeks of April 13 (No. 68), April 20 (No. 58), April 27 (No. 17) and May 4 (No. 16) during spring 2022.

Arkadianou is ranked No. 113 in the national singles ranking by the ITA for the week of April 6, 2022.

With its fall season now complete, the Seminoles are looking forward to their spring start at Stanford University’s 14th Annual ITA Kickoff Weekend (January 27-30). Weekend tournaments take place at various facilities across the country. Regional winners advance to the 2023 ITA National Indoor Championships, in Seattle, Wash.

Cross Country

With a solid field and temperatures only in the mid-20s, the Florida State women’s cross country team put in another great showing at the NCAA Cross Country Championships.

“I am so proud of our women today! They came into the race ranked 26th and ahead of it by eight places. They ran really hard and each of them gave their all today. I can’t ask for anything else. They have had a great season, and I can’t wait to see how this momentum propels us into an indoor and outdoor season,” said Assistant Coach Baylee Mires.

The Seminoles held on tough and closed the race strong, finishing in 18th place with a score of 471 points, just four points short of 15th. It was the 13th top 20 team to finish in the NCAA in school history.

Three Noles finished within the top 100 runners as Van den Berg crossed the line in 50th in 20:16.6, followed by Churchill in 79th (20:29.7) and McTighe (20:30.9) in 84th order.

Van den Berg, Churchill, and McTighe are now the 44th, 45th, and 46th runners in school history to rank in the top 100.

Yasmine Abbes then crossed the finish line, posting a time of 21:03.1 for 165th and Caitlin Wilkey (21:12.4) was the fifth and final scoring runner at 184. Rebecca Pottorff (21:17.4) took 193rd place and Rebecca Bergnes took 215th place with a time of 21:31.6.

Fearghal Curtin competes in the men’s 10k. Curtin started fast and finished among the top 100 runners. Curtin placed 93rd at 30:10.06, becoming the 35th Nole to make the top 100 in the NCAA.

“Fearghal had a great season. He entered big races and paid little for it, but I am proud of the way he competed today,” said Head Coach Bob Braman.

Swimming & Diving

Florida State’s No. 1 swim and dive team 19/24 closed the Georgia Invitation on Saturday at the Gabrielsen Natatorium.

“We had a great day to close out the encounter,” said FSU head coach Neal Studd. “We’ve had a lot of private swims or best seasons, but overall this team has been amazing. We had a great relay and a great attitude.”

Maddie McDonald started the night leading Noles in 200th, touching 1:56.67 for 10th. Jaden Herbet follows in 14th (1:58.60) after posting his personal best in the heats at 1:58.27. Anna Metzler (1:58.70) and Natalie Peterson (1:59.93) also competed in the consolation heats, finishing 15th and 16th respectively.

FSU has two in the top innings of the free 100, led by Gloria Muzito in sixth with 49.56 and Zsofia Kurdi following in seventh with 49.63. Muzito gave his personal best.

Maddy Huggins also gave her best contribution in the 200 bust, placing fourth in 2:10.35. Edith Jernstedt took bronze in the 200 fly (1:56.58) and Sophie Freeman won the consolation, touching down in 1:59.15, which was her best.

The divers competed on the platform with Noles securing an NCAA Zone B qualifying score, led by Izzy Gregersen in sixth place with 251.25. Jessica Buntman tied for eighth (231.15) and Vivian Johnson followed in 11th (212.80).

Florida State closed out the contest placing fourth in the 400 free relay behind Kurdish, Muzito, Jernstedt and Aryanna Fernandes at 3:17.45.

Earlier in the day, Julia Brzozowski led FSU in 1650 free, placing 15th in 16:45.72 ahead of Phoebe Griffiths (16:59.12) in 20th and Ella Dyjak (17:10.42) in 21st .

Arijus Pavlidi (1:42.42) raced to the top of the 200 defenders, placing eighth. However, Mason Herbet emerged victorious in the bonus heat, contributing a best time of 1:43.58. Tyler Hanley (1:46.57), Max Wilson (1:47.01) and Conner Lowery (1:48.59) also competed in the final C, with Hanley posting the best. Wilson also saw a personal best in the heats at 1:46.64.

Peter Varjasi swam his career best in the 100 free at 42.35 for fourth place, but Varjasi led the 400 free relay with a quicker time of 42.32. Swimming is the third fastest in school history.

Rookie Tommaso Baravelli submitted FSU’s best time in 200 chests (1:56.71) for seventh place, and Brennan Hammond finished eighth in 200 flies in 1:46.18, which was his best.

Darwin Nolasco was the only Seminole to compete in the men’s platform event, placing seventh with 331.95.

“We’ve had a solid day,” said FSU head dive coach John Proctor. “We got some zone scores and I’m really happy with that.”

FSU finished the meeting by finishing fourth in the 400 free relay with Varjasi, Adrian Aguilar, and Pavlidi in 2:51.60.

David Quirie (15:24.44), Cam Taddonio (15:26.38), and Yordan Yanchev (15:27.54) finished 18th, 19th and 20th respectively in the 1650 free.

Both squads finished the team race in fourth place. The women’s No. 24 tallied 615 points, while the men’s No. 19 had 456.5.

Who is better Gators or Seminoles?

Who are the Seminoles’ rivals?

Are the Gators better than the Seminoles?

Florida Gators vs Florida State Seminoles Odds: Florida is a 7 point favorite over FSU, according to Sports Illustrated Sportsbook. The over/under is set at 147 points. Series history: Florida is 44-29 all-time against FSU. In their last fight, the Gators defeated the Seminoles 71-55 in November 2021.

How many times has Gators beat FSU?

Florida leads the overall series 37â26â2, with FSU leading 24â22â1 since 1976 and Florida holding a 11â9 advantage over the last 20 meetings.

What is the highest scoring softball game?

Of all the crazy softball games in the history of American high school sports, none have been as outlandish as what happened in California on a Tuesday. In fact, no one even came close.

What is Florida’s best sport?

FOOTBALL. Football is the most popular sport in America and Florida too, with three National Football League (NFL) teams to cheer for.

What are the top 3 sports? The Most Popular Sports In The World

  • Football (Soccer) â Over 3.5 Billion Fans.
  • Cricket â Over 2.5 Billion Fans.
  • Table Tennis â Over 850 Million Fans.
  • Golf â Over 450 Million Fans.
  • Conclusion.

What is America’s #1 sport?

More Americans play basketball than any other team sport, according to the National Sporting Goods Association, with more than 26 million Americans playing basketball.

What type of sports does Florida have?

In professional sports, Florida has three National Football League teams, two Major League Baseball teams, two National Basketball Association teams, two National Hockey League teams, two Major League Soccer teams, one Women’s Soccer team, and many minor league teams in various sports.

What division is FSU in softball?

This information is invaluable for all high school athlete-athletes to understand as they begin the recruiting process. Arizona State University is located in Tempe, AZ and its Softball program competes in the Pac-12 Conference conference.

Does FSU have a softball team? We represent the Florida State University Club Softball team, a competitive fast-pitch softball team wholly created, managed, and run by current students at FSU. Each tryout year is held in the fall semester as teams compete, practice, and practice for the regular season next spring.

When did FSU become d1?

They competed as members of the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) Division I tier (a sub-level of the Football Bowl Subdivision for football), primarily competing in the Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC) for all sports since the 1991–92 season; in the Atlantic Division in any sport is divided into divisions …

What conference is FSU softball in?

TALLAHASSEE, Florida — The Florida State softball program released its fall 2022 show schedule Thursday. The 17-time ACC champion is scheduled to compete in eight exhibitions against Lurleen B.

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