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Team: Florida State Seminoles
Conference: Atlantic Coast Conference
Arena: Donald L.Tucker Center
Location: Tallahassee, Fla.
Head Coach: Sue Semrau
Florida State Seminoles Women's Basketball TicketsThe Florida State Seminoles women's basketball team competes in the NCAA's Atlantic Coast Conference. The team began playing in the 1970-71 season. The first coach for the Seminoles women's team was Barbara Hollingsworth, who remained with the team for only one season. The women's basketball team at Florida State has played in the NCAA tournament 18 times. The team has made it to the Sweet 16 round of the tournament five times and has appeared in the Elite Eight round three times. Before joining the ACC, the Florida State Seminoles women's basketball team competed in the Metro Athletic Conference. The Seminoles were crowned both the MAC regular season and tournament champion in 1991. The Florida State Seminoles women's basketball team won back-to-back ACC regular-season championships in 2009 and 2010. The women's basketball team at Florida State has played in seven straight NCAA tournaments and is still in search of their first championship. You can purchase Florida State Seminoles women's basketball tickets at StubHub.
Where can I see the Florida State women's basketball team play?Home games for the women's basketball team at Florida State are played at Donald L. Tucker Center in Tallahassee, Fla. The arena has showcased sporting events in Tallahassee for the past 38 years and received $17 million in upgrades in 2014.
When can I see the Florida State women's basketball team play?The 2019-2020 Florida State women's basketball team kicked off its season on Nov. 5 with a home victory against the Charleston Southern Buccaneers. The 29-game regular season for the women's basketball team at Florida State ends at home against the Notre Dame Fighting Irish.
What players will I see at a Florida State women's basketball game?Kiah Gillespie is the leading scorer among a trio of seniors that are expected to carry the Florida State women's basketball team to an NCAA playoff berth. Gillespie averaged 16.2 points to go along with 9.3 rebounds a year ago. The six-foot-two Gillespie can also stretch the defense with her accuracy from behind the three-point line. Nicki Ekhomu averaged 15 points a game a year ago and directed the offense from the point guard position. Ekhomu averaged four assists per contest. Nausia Woolfolk is the third of the three senior leaders for the Florida State women's basketball team. A year ago, Woolfolk averaged 13.5 points per game. Valencia Myers was impressive a year ago with 8.9 points and 5.8 rebounds per game. Myers also averaged 1.6 blocks per game and began the 2019-2020 season as a starter for Florida State.
Who is the coach of the Florida State Seminoles women's basketball team?Sue Semrau took over as head coach of the Florida State Seminoles women's basketball team in 1997 and is presently the longest-tenured coach at Florida State in any sport. Semrau is a four-time winner of the ACC Coach of the Year Award and has won more games than any other coach at Florida State. Semrau was recognized in 2015 as the National Coach of the Year by both the Associated Press and ESPNW.
Which Seminoles women's basketball players have been honored by Florida State University?Sue Galkantas placed herself either at the top or near the top of every statistical category for women's basketball at Florida State during her four years as a Seminole. Galkantas averaged nearly 20 points a game throughout her collegiate career and left Tallahassee after scoring 2,323 career points. In her junior season, Galkantas lead her team to the NCAA Tournament while earning All-American honors. She is the first woman athlete at Florida State to have her jersey retired. The best years for the Florida State Seminoles basketball program were from 1989 to 1993 when Tia Paschal was the leader of the team. The women's basketball team at Florida State appeared in back-to-back NCAA Tournaments in 1990 and 1991. The team was also the champion of the Metro Atlantic Conference in 1991. Paschal averaged 19.4 points a game and 7.4 rebounds in her senior year.
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