No. 2 seed Iowa makes NCAA Tournament site a tough ticket
Georgia coach Katie Abrahamson-Henderson got a phone call from her panicked sister. “She said, ‘I’m not going to get tickets, it’s sold out,’” Abrahamson-Henderson said Thursday about the NCAA Tournament games at Iowa’s Carver-Hawkeye Arena. The Seattle Regional 4 games on Friday — featuring second-seed Iowa against No. 15 seed Southeastern Louisiana and seventh-seed Florida State vs. No. 10 seed Georgia — were gone within a hour after going on sale Monday morning.news.yahoo.com
Travis’ 3 TD passes help Florida State rout Miami 45-3
Jordan Travis threw three touchdown passes, Trey Benson ran for 128 yards and two scores as Florida State became bowl-eligible with a 45-3 rout over Miami. The Seminoles (6-3, 4-3 Atlantic Coast Conference) outgained the Hurricanes (4-5, 2-3) 456-188 and were never threatened after a 31-3 lead at halftime. Travis completed 10 of 12 passes for 202 yards before being removed early in the fourth quarter. Florida State exceeded 200 yards rushing for the fourth straight game with 225. Miami quarterback Tyler Van Dyke re-aggravated an injury to his right throwing shoulder early in the second quarter. He returned for the next drive but left for good after another errant pass missed its target.
Fleming Island running back Sam Singleton commits to Florida St.
Fleming Island running back Sam Singleton posted on his social media that he is "100 percent committed" to the Noles. Singleton is ranked among the top 250 players in the country and was among the last remaining uncommitted top local prospects. He'll be heading to Tallahassee next year.
Florida St. takes game 1 of series, Seminoles one win away from softball championship
Florida State opened the best-of-three championship round at the Women's College World Series with a resounding win over No. 1 Oklahoma, leaving the Seminoles one win away from the school's second NCAA softball championship.
Florida State cold from deep, outlasts UNCG in NCAA tourney
4 seed Florida State began what it hopes will be another deep NCAA Tournament run under coach Leonard Hamilton, holding off 13th-seeded UNC Greensboro 64-54 in the East Region on Saturday. We didn’t want to settle for jump shots.”The Spartans closed within 51-50 with 4:52 remaining, but Florida State held them scoreless for nearly four minutes after that. Socially distanced Florida State fans saluted players with the tomahawk chop as they left the court. AdLangley's 3-pointer in the opening seconds of the second half tied the game at 29, but Florida State responded with a 12-0 run. STAT LINESGreensboro wasn’t much better than Florida State from 3-point range.