Florida State Women's Basketball - 2015-16 Year In Review

Coaching Staff
Sue Semrau, Head Coach
Danielle Atkinson, Assistant Coach
Gabby Bevillard, Student Assistant
Melissa Bruner, Director of Operations
Tristin Linville, Graduate Assistant
Brice Littlepage, Dir of Recruiting Ops
Dave Plettl, Strength and Conditioning
Morgan Toles, Graduate Assistant
Lance White, Associate Head Coach
Brooke Wyckoff, Assistant Coach

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2015-16 Women's Basketball


2015-16 Florida State Signees/Newcomers

Rachel Antoniadou, 5-9, G, Ripplebrook, Victoria, Australia

Imani Wright, 5-9, G, Hooks, TX


2015-16 Roster - By Name

L
T                                             PY
R No Name                  Pos     Hgt   Cl   Ltr  Hometown (Prior School)
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
*  4 Rachel Antoniadou     G       5-9   Fr        Ripplebrook, Victoria, Australia
*  3 Emiah Bingley         G       5-7   Sr   **   Kansas City, MO (Lee's Summit West/Iowa State)
* 12 Brittany Brown        G       5-8   Jr   **   Fort Walton Beach (Choctawhatchee)
*  2 Adut Bulgak           C       6-4   Sr   *    Edmonton, Alberta, Canada (Archbishop O'Leary/Trinity Valley CC)
* 11 Maria Conde           F       6-1   Fr        Madrid, Spain
* 25 Ama Degbeon           C       6-2   So   *    Grunberg, Germany (Grunberg)
* 42 Kai James             C       6-5   Jr   **   West Palm Beach (Dwyer)
* 10 Leticia Romero        G       5-8   Jr   *    Las Palmas, Spain (IES Joaquin Artiles/Kansas State)
* 23 Ivey Slaughter        F       6-1   Jr   **   Macon, GA (Tattnall Square Academy)
* 20 Shakayla Thomas       F       5-11  So   *    Sylacauga, AL (Sylacauga)
  32 Imani Wright          G       5-9   So-R      Hooks, TX (Liberty Eylau/Baylor)

2015-16 Roster - By Number

L
T                                             PY
R No Name                  Pos     Hgt   Cl   Ltr  Hometown (Prior School)
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
*  2 Adut Bulgak           C       6-4   Sr   *    Edmonton, Alberta, Canada (Archbishop O'Leary/Trinity Valley CC)
*  3 Emiah Bingley         G       5-7   Sr   **   Kansas City, MO (Lee's Summit West/Iowa State)
*  4 Rachel Antoniadou     G       5-9   Fr        Ripplebrook, Victoria, Australia
* 10 Leticia Romero        G       5-8   Jr   *    Las Palmas, Spain (IES Joaquin Artiles/Kansas State)
* 11 Maria Conde           F       6-1   Fr        Madrid, Spain
* 12 Brittany Brown        G       5-8   Jr   **   Fort Walton Beach (Choctawhatchee)
* 20 Shakayla Thomas       F       5-11  So   *    Sylacauga, AL (Sylacauga)
* 23 Ivey Slaughter        F       6-1   Jr   **   Macon, GA (Tattnall Square Academy)
* 25 Ama Degbeon           C       6-2   So   *    Grunberg, Germany (Grunberg)
  32 Imani Wright          G       5-9   So-R      Hooks, TX (Liberty Eylau/Baylor)
* 42 Kai James             C       6-5   Jr   **   West Palm Beach (Dwyer)

From the FSU Website, seminoles.com.

Three from #FSUWBB Named WBCA All-Americans.

April 3, 2016

TALLAHASSEE, FL – Three Florida State Women’s Basketball student-athletes in senior Adut Bulgak, junior Leticia Romero and sophomore Shakayla Thomas have been selected as Women’s Basketball Coaches Association Honorable Mention All-Americans.

Bulgak (Edmonton, Canada) and Romero (Las Palmas, Spain) are repeat All-America selections, becoming just the second and third FSU players to earn All-America status multiple times. The two stalwarts join Seminole all-time scoring leader Sue Galkantas as players who have earned repeat All-America honors, as the legend achieved the feat in 1982 and 1983.

Thomas nabs her first All-America status following a superb campaign. The sophomore from Sylacauga, Ala., is the youngest FSU student-athlete by class to be named an All-American (excludes freshman All-America) since former player Allison Peercy was selected as a special mention All-American by the American Women’s Sports Federation in 1993 as a sophomore.

Florida State’s three All-America selections are the most since the program had four players chosen in 1993.

Thomas emerged as one of the ACC’s top performers this season and figures to be in the running once again for conference player of the year in 2016-17. She led FSU with 16.4 points per game and shot 53.7 percent from the field (227-of-423). Thomas also averaged 5.5 rebounds. Her 524 total points this season is tied with FSU Hall of Famer Tia Paschal (1992-93) for the seventh-most in a single year, while her 227 field goals made is fifth-most.

In conference play, Thomas finished third in the ACC in scoring (17.5 points) and fourth in field goal percentage (54.6 percent). She recorded one of the best individual performances in conference play this season when she scored 32 points along with 14 rebounds on 14-of-20 shooting in a 75-69 win on Jan. 10 vs. Georgia Tech that earned her ACC Player of the Week honors.

Romero averaged 11.6 points, 4.2 rebounds, 4.6 assists and shot 44.7 percent from 3-point range (38-of-85) in her junior year. Her single-season percentage from downtown is the third-best in FSU history, while her 83.3 free-throw percentage is also the third-best in a season at FSU.

The Spanish Olympic Team hopeful shot 50 percent or better in 15 of her 30 games played and recorded 17 games in double-figure scoring. Romero is fourth in the ACC in assists and second in the league in 3-point field goal percentage.

Bulgak adds to her growing list of awards after averaging 12.7 points and 7.8 rebounds for the Seminoles, leading them to their second consecutive NCAA Sweet 16 appearance. She once again led FSU with 34 blocked shots while shooting 35.4 percent from beyond the arc. Bulgak also shot 48.1 percent (156-of-324) from the floor.

Bulgak was once again one of the ACC’s top rebounders, currently fifth in the league in overall rebounding, as well as seventh in defensive rebounds and sixth in offensive boards.


2015-16 All-Americans

Name                     Organization
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Adut Bulgak              Women's Basketball Coaches Association - All-American - Honorable Mention

Leticia Romero           Women's Basketball Coaches Association - All-American - Honorable Mention

Shakayla Thomas          Women's Basketball Coaches Association - All-American - Honorable Mention

All-Americans -  3

2015-16 Schedules and Results

DATE
REF
LOC
OPPONENT
SCORE
11/16
Ref
A
FLORIDA L 72-82
11/19
Ref
H
TULANE W 78-72
11/22
Ref
H
ALABAMA-BIRMINGHAM W 84-44
11/24
Ref
H
NORTH FLORIDA W 80-28
11/27
Ref
A
LONG ISLAND-BROOKLYN
LIU Turkey Classic
W 78-42
11/28
Ref
N
SAM HOUSTON STATE
LIU Turkey Classic, Brooklyn, NY
W 94-37
12/03
Ref
H
RUTGERS
B1G/ACC Challenge
W 65-43
12/06
Ref
H
TEMPLE W 75-47
12/11
Ref
N
CONNECTICUT
Hall of Fame Women's Holiday Showcase, Uncasville, Ct
L 49-73
12/15
Ref
H
MERCER W 79-36
12/19
Ref
H
MURRAY STATE W 101-59
12/21
Ref
A
ARIZONA STATE L 56-68
12/28
Ref
H
JACKSONVILLE W 77-60
01/01
Ref
A
LOUISVILLE L 69-79
01/07
Ref
H
BOSTON COLLEGE W 75-42
01/10
Ref
H
GEORGIA TECH W 75-69
01/14
Ref
A
CLEMSON W 85-40
01/17
Ref
A
PITTSBURGH W 66-55
01/21
Ref
H
VIRGINIA W 70-48
01/24
Ref
A
MIAMI W 69-58
01/28
Ref
A
WAKE FOREST W 96-55
01/31
Ref
H
VIRGINIA TECH W 68-50
02/07
Ref
H
CLEMSON W 75-56
02/11
Ref
A
DUKE W 69-53
02/14
Ref
H
NORTH CAROLINA W 94-63
02/18
Ref
A
SYRACUSE L 73-83
02/22
Ref
H
NOTRE DAME L 66-73
02/25
Ref
A
NORTH CAROLINA STATE W 56-52
02/28
Ref
H
MIAMI W 70-67
03/04
Ref
N
MIAMI
ACC, Greensboro, NC
L 56-74
03/19
Ref
N
MIDDLE TENNESSEE ST
NCAA, College Station, Tx
W 72-55
03/21
Ref
A
TEXAS A&M
NCAA
W 74-56
03/26
Ref
N
BAYLOR
NCAA, Sweet 16, Dallas, Tx
L 58-78
EOY Stats Ref

                Overall   Home    Away   Neutral
------------------------------------------------
FSU RECORD IS   25- 8    15- 1     8- 4     2- 3


2016 ATLANTIC COAST CONFERENCE RESULTS
 1  NOTRE DAME           16- 0    33- 2 
 2  LOUISVILLE           15- 1    26- 8 
 3t SYRACUSE             13- 3    30- 8 
 3t FLORIDA STATE        13- 3    25- 8 
 5t MIAMI                10- 6    24- 9 
 5t NORTH CAROLINA STATE 10- 6    20-11 
 7t GEORGIA TECH          8- 8    20-13 
 7t DUKE                  8- 8    20-12 
 9t VIRGINIA              6-10    18-16 
 9t WAKE FOREST           6-10    17-16 
11  VIRGINIA TECH         5-11    18-14 
12t PITTSBURGH            4-12    13-18 
12t NORTH CAROLINA        4-12    14-18 
14  BOSTON COLLEGE        2-14    15-16 
15  CLEMSON               0-16     4-26 

2016 CONFERENCE TOURNAMENT, Greensboro, NC
   Date                    Score                                    Comments
==========  ==================================================  ==================================
03/02/2016  (12)PITTSBURGH 82, (13)NORTH CAROLINA 72            Round 1, OT                                                
03/02/2016  (10)WAKE FOREST 73, (15)CLEMSON 58                  Round 1
03/02/2016  (14)BOSTON COLLEGE 49, (11)VIRGINIA TECH 37         Round 1
03/03/2016  (5)MIAMI 77, (12)PITTSBURGH 55                      Round 2
03/03/2016  (8)DUKE 57, (9)VIRGINIA 53                          Round 2
03/03/2016  (7)GEORGIA TECH 67, (10)WAKE FOREST 65              Round 2
03/03/2016  (6)NORTH CAROLINA STATE 76, (14)BOSTON COLLEGE 60   Round 2
03/04/2016  (5)MIAMI 74, (4)FLORIDA STATE 56                    Round 3
03/04/2016  (1)NOTRE DAME 83, (8)DUKE 54                        Round 3
03/04/2016  (2)LOUISVILLE 60, (7)GEORGIA TECH 50                Round 3
03/04/2016  (3)SYRACUSE 80, (6)NORTH CAROLINA STATE 61          Round 3
03/05/2016  (1)NOTRE DAME 78, (5)MIAMI 67                       Round 4
03/05/2016  (3)SYRACUSE 80, (2)LOUISVILLE 75                    Round 4
03/06/2016  (1)NOTRE DAME 68, (3)SYRACUSE 57                    Round 5

2015-16 EOY Stats

--3 Point--- ----REBOUNDS----- Name GP GS Min FGM FGA PCT FGM FGA PCT FTM FTA PCT PTS AVG OFF DEF TOT AVG PF DQ AST TO BLK STL =================================================================================================================================== Shakayla Thomas 32 8 810 227 423 .537 0 1 .000 70 103 .680 524 16.4 71 104 175 5.5 74 0 24 61 11 38 Adut Bulgak 33 33 850 156 324 .481 29 82 .354 78 111 .703 419 12.7 98 161 259 7.8 77 2 39 80 34 24 Leticia Romero 30 30 929 130 296 .439 38 85 .447 50 60 .833 348 11.6 34 93 127 4.2 66 1 138 105 7 40 Brittany Brown 33 33 1056 105 298 .352 29 104 .279 54 85 .635 293 8.9 82 106 188 5.7 57 1 139 94 6 98 Ivey Slaughter 33 33 829 105 219 .479 3 17 .176 65 101 .644 278 8.4 88 125 213 6.5 91 4 43 68 13 55 Emiah Bingley 31 25 932 61 189 .323 37 110 .336 31 37 .838 190 6.1 8 62 70 2.3 62 3 76 67 1 34 Kai James 30 0 330 70 121 .579 0 0 .000 35 62 .565 175 5.8 44 59 103 3.4 53 1 9 49 16 14 Maria Conde 33 3 582 44 112 .393 18 60 .300 23 38 .605 129 3.9 21 48 69 2.1 44 0 38 35 3 19 Ama Degbeon 25 0 177 14 23 .609 0 0 .000 11 14 .786 39 1.6 16 17 33 1.3 14 0 4 12 4 5 Rachel Antoniadou 21 0 105 9 16 .563 7 12 .583 4 6 .667 29 1.4 2 7 9 0.4 16 0 17 8 0 0 Team 50 61 111 0.0 6 ============================================================================================================== FSU 33 921 2021 .456 161 471 .342 421 617 .682 2424 73.5 514 843 1357 41.1 554 12 527 585 95 327 Opp 33 692 1780 .389 183 547 .335 330 490 .673 1897 57.5 308 652 960 29.1 624 17 376 653 96 270

FLORIDA 82, FLORIDA STATE 72
11/16/2015, GAINESVILLE, FL

From the FSU Website, seminoles.com.

No. 6/7 Florida State Drops Season Opener at Florida.
Seminole Women’s Hoops falls to its rival on the road 82-72.

GAINESVILLE, FL -- Florida’s successful home opener ruined Florida State’s highly anticipated season opener.

Ronnie Williams scored 21 points, Simone Westbrook added 14 and the Gators upset the sixth-ranked Seminoles 82-72 on Monday night.

Florida (1-1) overcame a 15-point deficit to beat FSU (0-1) for just the fourth time in the last 13 tries.

This one came in the Seminoles’ opener to a season filled with high expectations. Florida State, with four returning starters from an Elite Eight team, moved up one spot to No. 6 in the latest AP women’s basketball poll Monday. It’s the highest ranking in program history.

“We’re learning how to play with a target on our back,” FSU coach Sue Semrau said. “We didn’t do a very good job today. I think our leadership will step up. We’re not where we need to be yet.”

Adding to the Seminoles’ woes: dynamic guard Leticia Romero injured her left ankle with a 1:11 remaining and had to be helped to the locker room. Semrau called it a high-ankle sprain.

Eleanna Christinaki chipped in 13 points for Florida, which used seven 3-pointers to help offset 27 turnovers and a minus-seven rebounding differential.

Williams was 9 of 16 shooting and finished with 10 rebounds, two blocks and two steals. She scored 15 points in the second half, helping Florida rally from a double-digit deficit.

Adut Bulgak led the Seminoles with 20 points and 14 boards. Romero had 16 points.

Semrau said the tough road test to open the season was “exactly what we needed.”

“We certainly didn’t want to start off with competition that wasn’t really formidable,” she added. “I think Florida came out and they were extremely formidable. They were tough and they were hard-nosed and they had something to prove. It was a great crowd, and I’m really glad we had this one.”

The Gators trailed 26-11 in the second quarter, and Williams headed to the bench a short time later with her third foul.

Florida was down 38-29 at halftime and 57-51 after the third quarter. But Williams and Dyandria Anderson took over in the fourth. Williams made 6 of 10 shots after the break, and Anderson made three consecutive baskets -- including a 3-pointer -- with about 8 minutes to play.

“We beat a very, very, very good team,” Florida coach Amanda Butler said. “Coming off disappointment, I thought we showed a tremendous amount of maturity. I thought we had great leadership from our upperclassmen. It meant a ton for our seniors that we got what we deserved tonight. I’m really, really proud of that group, to get that win for them. It’s significant. This is a significant game. This is why we love college sports, because of these type rivalries.”

The Gators shot 58 percent in the second half.

“The atmosphere was great. I felt like we were prepared to get out there. And I’m glad we showed what the Gators are really about,” Westbrook said.

POST-GAME NOTES BY FSU SPORTS INFORMATION:

 
NO        NAME          GS MIN FGM FGA 3FGM 3FGA FTM FTA PTS   OREB DREB REB PF AST TO BLK STL
== ==================== == === === === ==== ==== === === ===   ==== ==== === == === == === ===
 2 Adut Bulgak           c  34   7  19    0    0   6   7  20      9    5  14  3   1  0   2   0
10 Leticia Romero        g  28   5  12    2    3   4   4  16      5    1   6  2   2  5   0   3
12 Brittany Brown        g  31   2  13    0    2   3   4   7      5    1   6  4   2  6   0   5
20 Shakayla Thomas       f  18   4   8    0    0   2   3  10      2    0   2  4   0  1   0   2
23 Ivey Slaughter        f  36   4   8    0    1   2   4  10      3    4   7  4   2  4   0   3
 3 Emiah Bingley            36   1  12    1    6   2   2   5      1    3   4  1   1  3   0   2
11 Maria Conde               8   0   0    0    0   0   0   0      0    0   0  2   0  1   0   0
42 Kai James                 9   2   3    0    0   0   0   4      0    2   2  2   0  3   0   0
   Team                                                           4    3   7         1        
                     =========================================================================
   FSU                   5 200  25  75    3   12  19  24  72     29   19  48 22   8 24   2  15
   Opp                     200  32  64    7   19  11  18  82     16   25  41 26  15 27   4  13


  1 2 3 4 Total
FLORIDA STATE
18
20
19
15
72
FLORIDA
9
20
22
31
82

FLORIDA STATE 78, TULANE 72
11/19/2015, TALLAHASSEE, FL

From the FSU Website, seminoles.com.

Thomas’ 26 Gives Florida State Home-Opening Win.
Sophomore forward Shakayla Thomas scores a career-best 26 to lift No. 6/14 FSU Women’s Hoops past Tulane 78-72.

TALLAHASSEE, FL — Without a true point guard, Florida State needed to get a big effort from its post players. It turns out the Seminoles got career nights from two of them.

Shakayla Thomas scored a career-high 26 points, and Kai James had a career-high 14 points and matched her career best with nine rebounds to help the No. 6 Seminoles beat Tulane 78-72 on Thursday night.

"These kinds haven't been in the big-time middle of it and they came up big," Florida State coach Sue Semrau said. "Without a point guard in sight we were able to make adjustments and be very effective in the post."

Florida State had only eight players available after guards Leticia Romero and Emiah Bingley were injured Monday night in a loss to Florida.

With only two guards, the Seminoles (1-1) had to use their size in the post to their advantage. They outrebounded the Green Wave (2-1) by 19 (51-32) and outscored them in the paint 36-22.

"I felt like that was where we were going to be able to attack them. I wanted to make sure we got looks and touches in the paint," Semrau said.

Thomas was able to keep Florida State in the lead for most of the first half with 17 points. The Seminoles led 39-36 at halftime as Maria Conde sank three free throws after she was fouled with two-tenths of a second remaining.

"It was more of us working hard and looking for passes and scoring. If my shot came then it came. It wasn't just scoring but doing the little things," Thomas said.

The Seminoles weren't able to get any breathing room until midway through the fourth quarter. Kolby Morgan's jumper brought the Green Wave to 66-62 with 3:51 remaining, but Florida State scored eight straight points to take control.

Adut Bulgak scored 13 of her 18 points in the second half and also had 10 rebounds.

Morgan led Tulane (2-1) with 26 points, and Leslie Vorpahl had 11 points and eight rebounds.

GAME NOTES BY FSU SPORTS INFORMATION:

 
NO        NAME          GS MIN FGM FGA 3FGM 3FGA FTM FTA PTS   OREB DREB REB PF AST TO BLK STL
== ==================== == === === === ==== ==== === === ===   ==== ==== === == === == === ===
 2 Adut Bulgak           c  34   4  11    2    4   8  13  18      4    6  10  3   1  4   1   0
11 Maria Conde           f  33   1   4    1    2   6   7   9      1    2   3  3   2  3   0   1
12 Brittany Brown        g  40   2  10    0    3   4   8   8      2    8  10  2   5  4   1   2
20 Shakayla Thomas       f  35  10  19    0    0   6   7  26      3    5   8  2   2  2   0   3
23 Ivey Slaughter        f  27   1   4    0    0   1   4   3      4    5   9  4   1  4   1   1
 4 Rachel Antoniadou         9   0   2    0    2   0   0   0      0    1   1  3   0  0   0   0
25 Ama Degbeon               5   0   0    0    0   0   0   0      0    1   1  0   0  1   0   1
42 Kai James                17   6  10    0    0   2   4  14      6    3   9  2   0  3   1   1
                     =========================================================================
   FSU                   5 200  24  60    3   11  27  43  78     20   31  51 19  11 21   4   9
   Opp                     200  26  64    9   19  11  17  72     11   21  32 32  16 18   1   9


  1 2 3 4 Total
TULANE
18
18
16
20
72
FLORIDA STATE
19
20
18
21
78

FLORIDA STATE 84, ALABAMA-BIRMINGHAM 44
11/22/2015, TALLAHASSEE, FL

From the FSU Website, seminoles.com.

Bulgak Ties Career High with 26 in 40-point Win over UAB.
Senior All-America candidate Adut Bulgak posts third straight double-double to lead No. 6/14 FSU Women’s Basketball past UAB 84-44.

TALLAHASSEE, FL — For Florida State coach Sue Semrau, this was more like it.

Adut Bulgak tied a career high with 26 points, and the sixth-ranked Seminoles used their defense and shooting to cruise past UAB for an 84-44 victory on Sunday.

Florida State shot 56.5 percent from the field, compared to 29.4 percent (15 for 51) for UAB. During one impressive defensive stretch, the Blazers went scoreless for eight minutes over the second and third quarters.

"We hadn't been pleased with our defensive effort and that was one of the things that we stressed. I saw great growth today," Semrau said. "That was the biggest step in our growth process which allowed us to get our offense going."

Florida State (2-1) led the Atlantic Coast Conference in scoring defense last season, but had allowed an average of 77 points in its first two games. It also was second in field goal percentage on offense, but shot just 36.3 percent in a loss at Florida and win over Tulane.

Semrau posted those two numbers on the board before Sunday's game, serving as a reality check for her squad.

"We took that personally and I'm glad that the team stepped up," Bulgak said. "This was a chemistry builder for us and we learned a lot from it."

Bulgak also had 10 rebounds for her third double-double of the season and 15th of her career. The senior, who was an honorable mention for the preseason AP All-America team, also scored 26 in a win over North Florida last season.

Shakayla Thomas added 17 points for Florida State (2-1), and Ivey Slaughter scored 11.

The 40-point win was Florida State's largest since it beat Clemson by 43 last season.

Deanna Kuzmanic was UAB's lone scorer in double figures with 15 points. A Kuzmanic 3-pointer got the Blazers (1-3) within one at 22-21 before the Seminoles scored the last 15 points of the first half.

The Seminoles led throughout and built a 14-2 advantage less than four minutes into the game. They led by as many as 42 late in the fourth quarter.

GAME NOTES BY FSU SPORTS INFORMATION:

 
NO        NAME          GS MIN FGM FGA 3FGM 3FGA FTM FTA PTS   OREB DREB REB PF AST TO BLK STL
== ==================== == === === === ==== ==== === === ===   ==== ==== === == === == === ===
 2 Adut Bulgak           c  32  10  16    4    6   2   3  26      3    7  10  2   1  0   2   2
11 Maria Conde           f  35   4   6    0    2   1   3   9      2    4   6  2   4  2   0   1
12 Brittany Brown        g  37   3   9    1    4   2   2   9      1    5   6  0   9  0   2   2
20 Shakayla Thomas       f  22   8  12    0    0   1   1  17      1    3   4  4   0  3   0   0
23 Ivey Slaughter        f  30   5  10    0    2   1   2  11      3    3   6  3   1  2   2   4
 4 Rachel Antoniadou        11   0   0    0    0   0   0   0      0    0   0  0   2  1   0   0
25 Ama Degbeon              20   2   2    0    0   1   2   5      0    3   3  1   1  0   1   0
42 Kai James                13   3   7    0    0   1   1   7      0    4   4  1   0  3   0   0
   Team                                                                1   1                  
                     =========================================================================
   FSU                   5 200  35  62    5   14   9  14  84     10   30  40 13  18 11   7   9
   Opp                     200  15  51    5   15   9  14  44      8   19  27 16   6 19   3   3


  1 2 3 4 Total
ALABAMA-BIRMINGHAM
11
10
8
15
44
FLORIDA STATE
19
18
22
25
84

FLORIDA STATE 80, NORTH FLORIDA 28
11/24/2015, TALLAHASSEE, FL

From the FSU Website, seminoles.com.

No. 14 Florida State Cruises Past UNF.
Seminole Women’s Hoops extends home win streak to 20 straight games with 80-28 win over the Ospreys on Tuesday morning.

TALLAHASSEE, FL — Adut Bulgak scored 19 points with seven rebounds and Shakayla Thomas finished with 14 points, nine boards and four assists to help No. 14 Florida State women beat North Florida 80-28 Tuesday.

Brittany Brown added 11 points and five assists for Florida State (3-1) while Ivey Slaughter had 10 points, eight rebounds and six assists.

Florida State outscored North Florida 29-5 in the first quarter and held the Ospreys to just 12 first-half points, the fewest the Seminoles have allowed in a half since limiting Prairie View A&M to 10 on Nov. 17, 2013.

North Florida made just 5 of 25 field goals, including 1 of 12 from 3-point range, and committed 10 turnovers in the first half.

Florida State recorded 14 assists on 17 first-half field goals while shooting 55 percent before the break.

Hadley Kiefer led North Florida (1-4) with eight points.

GAME NOTES COMPILED BY FSU SPORTS INFORMATION

 
NO        NAME          GS MIN FGM FGA 3FGM 3FGA FTM FTA PTS   OREB DREB REB PF AST TO BLK STL
== ==================== == === === === ==== ==== === === ===   ==== ==== === == === == === ===
 2 Adut Bulgak           c  30   6  12    1    2   6   7  19      5    2   7  2   1  5   0   0
11 Maria Conde           f  21   1   3    1    3   2   2   5      0    2   2  0   3  2   0   1
12 Brittany Brown        g  32   5  13    1    3   0   0  11      2    3   5  0   5  0   0   4
20 Shakayla Thomas       f  25   8  15    0    0   2   3  18      1    8   9  0   4  2   1   2
23 Ivey Slaughter        f  34   5   6    0    0   0   0  10      3    5   8  2   6  3   1   1
 3 Emiah Bingley            29   3   4    2    2   0   0   8      1    3   4  0   4  0   0   1
 4 Rachel Antoniadou         6   0   0    0    0   0   0   0      0    0   0  1   1  0   0   0
25 Ama Degbeon              13   2   2    0    0   0   0   4      1    0   1  2   0  3   0   0
42 Kai James                10   2   4    0    0   1   1   5      1    1   2  1   0  0   1   0
   Team                                                                2   2         1        
                     =========================================================================
   FSU                   5 200  32  59    5   10  11  13  80     14   26  40  8  24 16   3   9
   Opp                     200  11  44    4   25   2   3  28      7   12  19 18   5 24   1   2


  1 2 3 4 Total
NORTH FLORIDA
5
7
10
6
28
FLORIDA STATE
29
11
22
18
80

FLORIDA STATE 78, LONG ISLAND-BROOKLYN 42
11/27/2015, BROOKLYN, NY, LIU Turkey Classic

From the FSU Website, seminoles.com.

No. 14/13 Florida State Women’s Basketball Defeats LIU-Brooklyn, 78-42.
Senior center Adut Bulgak leads the Seminoles with 20 points and nine rebounds in their first win at the LIU Turkey Classic.

NEW YORK, NY — Adut Bulgak scored 20 points, hitting 10 of her 13 shots, and Brittany Brown added 15 points to lead No. 14 Florida State to a 78-42 win over LIU on Friday in the Blackbirds' Turkey Classic.

The Seminoles (4-1) welcomed back guard Leticia Romero, who missed the last three games after spraining her left ankle against rival Florida in the season opener. She had four points and four assists in 18 minutes.

After a tight six-point win over Tulane, Florida State has rolled through its last three games, routing UAB, North Florida and now LIU.

The Blackbirds hung around for the first seven minutes, taking brief leads. The game was tied at 15 with just over three minutes left in the first quarter before the Seminoles closed the period with an 8-0 run. They led by 15 at the half and put the game away in the third quarter.

Paris Jones scored 12 to lead the Blackbirds (1-2).

GAME NOTES COMPILED BY FSU SPORTS INFORMATION

 
NO        NAME          GS MIN FGM FGA 3FGM 3FGA FTM FTA PTS   OREB DREB REB PF AST TO BLK STL
== ==================== == === === === ==== ==== === === ===   ==== ==== === == === == === ===
 2 Adut Bulgak           c  34  10  13    0    1   0   0  20      5    4   9  0   2  0   0   3
10 Leticia Romero        g  18   2   7    0    3   0   0   4      0    1   1  1   4  1   0   2
12 Brittany Brown        g  28   6  10    3    4   0   0  15      3    2   5  2   7  1   0   3
20 Shakayla Thomas       f  18   3   6    0    0   1   1   7      4    3   7  3   0  1   0   0
23 Ivey Slaughter        f  28   6   8    0    2   0   0  12      1    3   4  1   2  4   1   2
 3 Emiah Bingley            29   1   8    1    5   0   0   3      0    3   3  1   5  2   0   1
 4 Rachel Antoniadou         6   1   1    1    1   2   2   5      0    0   0  0   1  0   0   0
11 Maria Conde              17   2   6    0    2   0   0   4      2    2   4  1   2  4   0   1
25 Ama Degbeon              13   2   2    0    0   0   0   4      1    2   3  2   0  1   0   0
42 Kai James                 9   2   3    0    0   0   0   4      0    1   1  3   1  2   1   0
   Team                                                                2   2                  
                     =========================================================================
   FSU                   5 200  35  64    5   18   3   3  78     16   23  39 14  24 16   2  12
   Opp                     200  13  40    4   12  12  16  42      4   13  17  7   6 21   1   7


  1 2 3 4 Total
FLORIDA STATE
23
18
17
20
78
LONG ISLAND-BROOKLYN
15
11
7
9
42

FLORIDA STATE 94, SAM HOUSTON STATE 37
11/28/2015, LIU Turkey Classic, Brooklyn, NY

From the FSU Website, seminoles.com.

Brown’s 24 Leads No. 14/13 FSU Past Sam Houston State.
Junior guard Brittany Brown ties career high with 24 points, which all came in the first half.

NEW YORK, NY — Brittany Brown scored a career-high tying 24 points and No. 14 Florida State beat Sam Houston State 94-37 on Saturday in the LIU Turkey Classic for the Seminoles' sixth-largest margin of victory.

Brown added six rebounds, five assists and four steals.

Adut Bulgak had 19 points, seven rebounds and four blocks for Florida State (5-1). Ivey Slaughter and Leticia Romero each had five of Florida State's 22 steals and Romero added 10 points and 10 assists.

Brown scored 22 points in the first half on 8-of-10 shooting as Florida State jumped out to a 51-18 lead. The Seminoles shot 59 percent (20 of 34) from the field, and forced Sam Houston State into 17 turnovers and 32 percent shooting.

Florida State held Sam Houston State to without a field goal in the third quarter, outscoring the Bearkats 22-4.

Angela Beadle paced Sam Houston State (2-3) with 10 points.

GAME NOTES COMPILED BY FSU SPORTS INFORMATION

 
NO        NAME          GS MIN FGM FGA 3FGM 3FGA FTM FTA PTS   OREB DREB REB PF AST TO BLK STL
== ==================== == === === === ==== ==== === === ===   ==== ==== === == === == === ===
 2 Adut Bulgak           c  26   9  13    1    1   0   0  19      4    3   7  2   2  3   4   3
10 Leticia Romero        g  26   4   8    1    2   1   1  10      0    3   3  0  10  0   0   5
12 Brittany Brown        g  26   9  12    2    3   4   5  24      1    5   6  0   5  1   1   4
20 Shakayla Thomas       f  27   7   9    0    0   2   2  16      1    6   7  4   0  1   1   1
23 Ivey Slaughter        f  21   2   4    0    0   4   6   8      1    3   4  3   2  2   0   5
 3 Emiah Bingley            18   2   3    1    2   0   0   5      0    2   2  2   1  0   0   1
 4 Rachel Antoniadou         9   1   3    1    2   0   0   3      1    0   1  2   3  1   0   0
11 Maria Conde              28   3   7    1    3   2   3   9      0    4   4  1   1  1   1   2
25 Ama Degbeon              11   0   0    0    0   0   2   0      1    2   3  3   0  0   0   1
42 Kai James                 8   0   1    0    0   0   0   0      0    1   1  2   0  3   0   0
   Team                                                                2   2         1        
                     =========================================================================
   FSU                   5 200  37  60    7   13  13  19  94      9   31  40 19  24 13   7  22
   Opp                     200  13  46    2    9   9  17  37      7   15  22 11   8 26   0   5


  1 2 3 4 Total
FLORIDA STATE
26
25
22
21
94
SAM HOUSTON STATE
11
7
4
15
37

FLORIDA STATE 65, RUTGERS 43
12/03/2015, TALLAHASSEE, FL, B1G/ACC Challenge

From the FSU Website, seminoles.com.

Strong Defensive Effort Lifts No. 13/14 Florida State Past Rutgers.
Florida State Women’s Hoops allows just five assists to 23 turnovers in a 65-43 win over the Scarlet Knights in the Big Ten/ACC Challenge.

TALLAHASSEE, FL — Leticia Romero made 8 of 13 shots, including her only 3-point attempt, for 18 points and the No. 13 Florida State women beat Rutgers 65-43 in the ACC/Big Ten Challenge on Thursday night. Shakayla Thomas added 15 points and Ivey Slaughter scored 10 for the Seminoles (6-1), who shot out to a 19-4 advantage at the end of the first quarter and led by no less than 11 the rest of the way. Florida State tightened its grip by scoring the last seven points of the first half and the first three after the break to lead 37-16 early in the third quarter. The Seminoles had their largest lead at 61-35 on Slaughter's 3-point play with 4:12 left in the game. Tyler Scaife scored 10 points for Rutgers (5-3). The Scarlet Knights outrebounded Florida State 38-28 but committed 23 turnovers to the Seminoles' 10. GAME NOTES PROVIDED BY FSU SPORTS INFORMATION:

 
NO        NAME          GS MIN FGM FGA 3FGM 3FGA FTM FTA PTS   OREB DREB REB PF AST TO BLK STL
== ==================== == === === === ==== ==== === === ===   ==== ==== === == === == === ===
 2 Adut Bulgak           c  25   3  10    0    2   0   1   6      1    4   5  4   4  1   0   0
 3 Emiah Bingley         g  32   2   7    0    2   1   2   5      1    3   4  2   1  1   0   1
10 Leticia Romero        g  38   8  13    1    1   1   1  18      0    2   2  1   4  6   0   2
12 Brittany Brown        g  37   2   3    0    1   1   2   5      0    2   2  1   3  1   1   7
23 Ivey Slaughter        f  28   1   5    0    1   8  11  10      1    3   4  1   0  0   0   2
 4 Rachel Antoniadou         1   0   1    0    1   0   0   0      0    0   0  0   0  0   0   0
11 Maria Conde               5   0   1    0    0   0   0   0      0    0   0  1   0  0   0   0
20 Shakayla Thomas          24   7  11    0    0   1   2  15      1    3   4  1   0  1   0   1
25 Ama Degbeon               2   0   0    0    0   0   0   0      1    0   1  0   0  0   0   0
42 Kai James                 8   1   1    0    0   4   4   6      0    1   1  2   1  0   0   0
   Team                                                           3    2   5                  
                     =========================================================================
   FSU                   5 200  24  52    1    8  16  23  65      8   20  28 13  13 10   1  13
   Opp                     200  18  49    1   10   6   9  43     13   25  38 24   5 23   7   5


  1 2 3 4 Total
RUTGERS
4
12
12
15
43
FLORIDA STATE
19
15
13
18
65

FLORIDA STATE 75, TEMPLE 47
12/06/2015, TALLAHASSEE, FL

From the FSU Website, seminoles.com.

Double-Doubles by Thomas and Slaughter Help FSU Defeat Temple.
Sophomore Shakayla Thomas (23 points, 10 rebounds) and junior Ivey Slaughter (13 points, 10 rebounds) guide No. 13/14 Florida State to a 75-47 win over the Owls.

TALLAHASSEE, FL — Shakayla Thomas had 23 points and matched a career-high with 10 rebounds, and No. 13 Florida State rolled to a 75-47 victory over Temple on Sunday.

Thomas shot 9 of 17 for the floor. Ivey Slaughter added a season-best 13 points with 10 rebounds for Florida State (7-1), which has won seven straight since losing its opener at Florida, 82-72 on Nov. 16. The Seminoles have won six of the seven games by double-digits.

Tanaya Atkinson scored 14 points, and Donnaizha Fountain had 13 to lead Temple (3-4).

Florida State had a 34-30 halftime lead. Thomas scored six points during a 20-4 third quarter to help the Seminoles pull away. It was the second straight game Temple has been held to single digits in the third quarter.

The Owls had 22 turnovers, scored a season-low 47 points, and have lost four of its last five games.

POST-GAME NOTES COMPILED BY FSU SPORTS INFORMATION:

 
NO        NAME          GS MIN FGM FGA 3FGM 3FGA FTM FTA PTS   OREB DREB REB PF AST TO BLK STL
== ==================== == === === === ==== ==== === === ===   ==== ==== === == === == === ===
 2 Adut Bulgak           c  28   2  11    0    2   3   4   7      2    1   3  2   2  3   2   0
 3 Emiah Bingley         g  32   2   7    1    2   0   0   5      0    6   6  0   1  1   0   0
10 Leticia Romero        g  29   6  11    0    1   0   0  12      0    1   1  1   1  2   0   0
12 Brittany Brown        g  35   3   8    0    3   3   4   9      3    2   5  2   4  2   0   3
23 Ivey Slaughter        f  20   3   3    0    0   7   7  13      3    7  10  2   0  1   2   1
 4 Rachel Antoniadou         3   1   1    1    1   0   0   3      0    0   0  0   0  0   0   0
11 Maria Conde              13   1   3    1    2   0   0   3      0    1   1  2   0  2   0   0
20 Shakayla Thomas          29   9  17    0    0   5   7  23      6    4  10  1   1  1   0   1
25 Ama Degbeon              11   0   2    0    0   0   0   0      2    0   2  0   1  1   0   0
   Team                                                           1    6   7                  
                     =========================================================================
   FSU                   5 200  27  63    3   11  18  22  75     17   28  45 10  10 13   4   5
   Opp                     200  19  57    7   25   2   3  47     10   19  29 22   7 22   1   5


  1 2 3 4 Total
TEMPLE
20
10
4
13
47
FLORIDA STATE
18
16
20
21
75

CONNECTICUT 73, FLORIDA STATE 49
12/11/2015, Hall of Fame Women's Holiday Showcase, Uncasville, Ct

From the FSU Website, seminoles.com.

Florida State Falls to No. 1 Connecticut.
No. 11/9 FSU out-rebounds the Huskies, 37-24, but falls 73-49 in the Hall of Fame Women’s Holiday Classic.

UNCASVILLE, CT — Morgan Tuck scored 18 points to lead a balanced offense and help No. 1 UConn beat 11th-ranked Florida State 73-49 on Friday night in the Hall of Fame Showcase for their 45th straight victory.

Breanna Stewart added 16 points, seven assists, six blocks and five steals for the Huskies (8-0), who led by two early on before slowly pulling away from Florida State. Freshman Napheesa Collier, who was making her first start of the season, scored six points in the first quarter as the Huskies went up 22-14 at the end of the period.

Back-to-back 3-pointers by Stewart and Tuck gave UConn a 14-point lead early in the second quarter and the Huskies never let the Seminoles get within eight the rest of the way seeing their lead grow over 20 in the fourth quarter.

Shakayla Thomas scored 16 to lead Florida State (7-2), which saw its seven-game winning streak snapped.

Florida State came into the game averaging 78.2 points and winning by 29 points a game. UConn clamped down defensively to hold the Seminoles to a season-low point total. The Huskies had struggled the last few games to defend the 3-point line, giving up 35 over the previous three contests. They held the Seminoles to just three 3s. Florida State did outrebound UConn 37-24.

GAME NOTES COMPILED BY FSU SPORTS INFORMATION:

 
NO        NAME          GS MIN FGM FGA 3FGM 3FGA FTM FTA PTS   OREB DREB REB PF AST TO BLK STL
== ==================== == === === === ==== ==== === === ===   ==== ==== === == === == === ===
 2 Adut Bulgak           c  30   2  11    0    2   1   1   5      4    7  11  4   1  4   0   1
 3 Emiah Bingley         g  36   3   5    2    3   1   2   9      0    2   2  0   2  6   0   1
10 Leticia Romero        g  33   4  12    1    1   0   0   9      0    4   4  1   2  7   0   1
12 Brittany Brown        g  34   3  11    0    2   0   0   6      0    3   3  0   2  5   0   3
23 Ivey Slaughter        f  30   2   3    0    0   0   0   4      3    4   7  1   0  2   0   0
11 Maria Conde               6   0   0    0    0   0   0   0      1    1   2  0   0  0   0   0
20 Shakayla Thomas          28   8  16    0    1   0   0  16      3    1   4  1   0  1   1   1
25 Ama Degbeon               3   0   0    0    0   0   0   0      0    0   0  0   0  0   0   0
   Team                                                           3    1   4         1        
                     =========================================================================
   FSU                   5 200  22  58    3    9   2   3  49     14   23  37  7   7 26   1   7
   Opp                     200  33  59    6   13   1   2  73      3   21  24  7  21 13   9  17


  1 2 3 4 Total
FLORIDA STATE
14
9
14
12
49
CONNECTICUT
22
15
18
18
73

FLORIDA STATE 79, MERCER 36
12/15/2015, TALLAHASSEE, FL

From the FSU Website, seminoles.com.

Romero’s Near Triple-Double Helps Noles Down Mercer.
The junior point guard has a strong all-around performance with 14 points, nine rebounds and seven assists in a 79-36 win over Mercer.

TALLAHASSEE, FL — Leticia Romero had 14 points, nine rebounds and seven assists to lead No. 11 Florida State to a 79-36 victory over Mercer on Tuesday night for its sixth straight win in the series.

Romero made a career-high four 3-pointers as Florida State hit a season-high 10 from 3-point range.

Florida State made four 3-pointers in the first seven minutes of the second quarter, the last by Maria Conde for a 34-20 lead. The Seminoles led by double figures the rest of the way.

Mercer pulled to 46-34 but Brittany Brown answered with a 3-pointer to spark a 9-0 run to close the third quarter. Florida State scored the first 22 points of the fourth as Mercer didn't score until the 1:45 mark.

Shakayla Thomas had 18 points for Florida State (8-2), which has won eight of its last nine games.

Kahlia Lawrence and Sydni Means scored nine points each for Mercer (6-4).

POST-GAME NOTES COMPILED BY FSU SPORTS INFORMATION

 
NO        NAME          GS MIN FGM FGA 3FGM 3FGA FTM FTA PTS   OREB DREB REB PF AST TO BLK STL
== ==================== == === === === ==== ==== === === ===   ==== ==== === == === == === ===
 2 Adut Bulgak           c  25   4   6    0    0   2   3  10      3    3   6  0   1  3   1   0
 3 Emiah Bingley         g  29   1   5    1    5   0   0   3      1    3   4  1   1  4   0   1
10 Leticia Romero        g  30   5  10    4    6   0   0  14      4    5   9  0   7  1   1   0
12 Brittany Brown        g  26   3   7    3    4   2   2  11      4    4   8  2   5  0   0   0
23 Ivey Slaughter        f  23   3  10    0    1   3   4   9      5    5  10  1   1  2   0   1
 4 Rachel Antoniadou         4   1   2    1    1   0   0   3      0    0   0  0   0  0   0   0
11 Maria Conde              18   1   4    1    3   1   2   4      0    3   3  0   3  0   0   0
20 Shakayla Thomas          25   9  18    0    0   0   0  18      2    2   4  1   1  1   0   2
25 Ama Degbeon              12   2   2    0    0   0   0   4      1    2   3  1   0  1   0   1
42 Kai James                 8   1   2    0    0   1   2   3      2    3   5  2   0  2   1   0
   Team                                                                2   2                  
                     =========================================================================
   FSU                   5 200  30  66   10   20   9  13  79     22   32  54  8  19 14   3   5
   Opp                     200  15  56    3   21   3   3  36      9   12  21 16   7 16   1   6


  1 2 3 4 Total
MERCER
12
8
14
2
36
FLORIDA STATE
18
20
17
24
79

FLORIDA STATE 101, MURRAY STATE 59
12/19/2015, TALLAHASSEE, FL

From the FSU Website, seminoles.com.

No. 11/10 Florida State Women’s Basketball Defeats Murray State.
Seminoles dominate the Racers with a 101-59 victory on Saturday afternoon.

TALLAHASSEE, FL — Shakayla Thomas came off the bench to hit 9 of 10 shots and scored 21 points and No. 11 Florida State raced past Murray State 101-59 on Saturday.

Murray State opened the second quarter with a pair of free throws for a 19-18 lead. The Seminoles answered with an 11-0 run that stretched to 23-2. FSU went 11 of 14 while the Racers went 0 for 8 until a Ke'Shunan James at the 2:33 mark made it 41-24.

It was 47-32 at the half with the Seminoles shooting 61 percent and 70-40 after three quarters.

Adut Bulgak also had 21 for Florida State (9-2). The Seminoles finished at 60 percent and out-rebounded the Racers (4-7) 51-14 to stretch their home winning streak to 25 games.

Murray State went 16 of 40 from 3-point range but made just 2 of 15 2-pointers and shot 31 percent. James finished with 24 points and LeAsia Wright 21.

 
NO        NAME          GS MIN FGM FGA 3FGM 3FGA FTM FTA PTS   OREB DREB REB PF AST TO BLK STL
== ==================== == === === === ==== ==== === === ===   ==== ==== === == === == === ===
 2 Adut Bulgak           c  16   9  16    1    3   2   2  21      4    4   8  1   0  2   0   0
 3 Emiah Bingley         g  22   0   4    0    2   2   2   2      0    1   1  2   2  3   0   1
10 Leticia Romero        g  25   4   6    1    1   0   0   9      0    7   7  1   9  1   0   1
12 Brittany Brown        g  29   5  12    1    5   2   2  13      2    4   6  0   4  0   0   5
23 Ivey Slaughter        f  23   3   5    0    0   0   0   6      5    4   9  1   2  2   0   0
 4 Rachel Antoniadou         9   2   2    1    1   0   0   5      0    1   1  1   2  0   0   0
11 Maria Conde              28   1   4    1    3   0   0   3      0    2   2  2   2  1   0   2
20 Shakayla Thomas          22   9  10    0    0   3   3  21      0    3   3  1   1  1   0   0
25 Ama Degbeon               9   3   3    0    0   0   0   6      0    3   3  0   0  1   1   0
42 Kai James                17   7  10    0    0   1   4  15      5    3   8  2   1  2   1   1
   Team                                                           1    2   3                  
                     =========================================================================
   FSU                   5 200  43  72    5   15  10  13 101     17   34  51 11  23 13   2  10
   Opp                     200  18  55   16   40   7   7  59      2   12  14 17  13 17   1   4


  1 2 3 4 Total
MURRAY STATE
17
15
8
19
59
FLORIDA STATE
18
29
23
31
101

ARIZONA STATE 68, FLORIDA STATE 56
12/21/2015, TEMPE, AZ

From the FSU Website, seminoles.com.

No. 22 Arizona State Tops No. 10 Florida State.
The Seminoles fall to the Sun Devils on the road, 68-56, following ASU’s hot shooting in the second half.

TEMPE, AZ — Arnecia Hawkins hit all seven of her shots, including three 3-pointers, for a career-high 23 points and No. 22 Arizona State found its shooting touch in the second half to defeat No. 10 Florida State 68-56 on Monday.

Quinn Dornstauder added 11 points, and Sophie Brunner and Elisha Davis had 10 each for the Sun Devils (8-3), who shot 65 percent in the second half, including three straight 3-pointers midway through the fourth quarter.

Arizona State, which used a 12-0 run in the third to take control, made 15 of 23 shots, including 6 of 9 from 3-point range, and was perfect on seven free throw attempts in the second half.

Florida State (9-3) was led by Brittany Brown with 17 points and Emiah Bingley with 15. The Seminoles had 16 turnovers, eight in the third quarter when they were outscored 19-9 — a season-low for points scored in a quarter.

GAME NOTES COMPILED BY FSU SPORTS INFORMATION:

 
NO        NAME          GS MIN FGM FGA 3FGM 3FGA FTM FTA PTS   OREB DREB REB PF AST TO BLK STL
== ==================== == === === === ==== ==== === === ===   ==== ==== === == === == === ===
 2 Adut Bulgak           c  25   1   5    0    1   1   4   3      4    3   7  4   1  3   1   0
 3 Emiah Bingley         g  30   5  11    3    7   2   3  15      0    3   3  4   1  1   0   0
10 Leticia Romero        g  34   3   7    2    3   0   0   8      0    1   1  1   2  4   1   0
12 Brittany Brown        g  40   6  14    2    5   3   4  17      4    0   4  2   6  1   0   5
23 Ivey Slaughter        f  16   0   2    0    0   0   0   0      1    4   5  5   1  2   0   1
11 Maria Conde              11   1   3    0    1   0   0   2      0    0   0  1   0  0   0   0
20 Shakayla Thomas          33   5  11    0    0   1   2  11      3    2   5  4   0  3   0   1
25 Ama Degbeon               3   0   0    0    0   0   0   0      0    0   0  0   0  0   0   0
42 Kai James                 8   0   0    0    0   0   0   0      0    1   1  1   0  2   1   0
   Team                                                           2    2   4                  
                     =========================================================================
   FSU                   5 200  21  53    7   17   7  13  56     14   16  30 22  11 16   3   7
   Opp                     200  24  49    7   15  13  16  68     11   21  32 15  17 14   3   8


  1 2 3 4 Total
FLORIDA STATE
12
14
9
21
56
ARIZONA STATE
6
19
19
24
68

FLORIDA STATE 77, JACKSONVILLE 60
12/28/2015, TALLAHASSEE, FL

From the FSU Website, seminoles.com.

No. 15/13 Florida State Handles Jacksonville in Non-Conference Finale.
Shakayla Thomas’ 23 points and Leticia Romero’s 18 points and eight assists propel the Seminoles over the Dolphins 77-60.

TALLAHASSEE, FL — Shakayla Thomas scored 23 and Leticia Romero finished with 18 points, five rebounds and eight assists to help No. 15 Florida State women beat Jacksonville 77-60 Monday night.

Five players scored as Florida State (10-3) opened up a 10-0 lead about 3 ½ minutes in, and five-straight points by Adut Bulgak gave the Seminoles a 17-2 lead roughly three minutes later.

Sherranda Reddick's 3-pointer capped an 8-0 Jacksonville run to open the second quarter and pulled the Dolphins within five, but Florida State responded with a 13-4 run that was capped by a 3 by Romero to make it 33-19 with 2:55 left in the half. Florida State led by double figures the rest of the way.

Romero made a career-high tying four 3-pointers, and Bulgak scored 13 points on 5-of-7 shooting for Florida State.

Christin Mercer led Jacksonville (6-7) with 18 points and Reddick scored 15.

GAME NOTES COMPILED BY FSU SPORTS INFORMATION:

 
NO        NAME          GS MIN FGM FGA 3FGM 3FGA FTM FTA PTS   OREB DREB REB PF AST TO BLK STL
== ==================== == === === === ==== ==== === === ===   ==== ==== === == === == === ===
 2 Adut Bulgak           c  18   5   7    0    0   3   4  13      2    3   5  1   1  4   2   0
 3 Emiah Bingley         g  30   2   5    1    3   1   1   6      0    3   3  5   4  2   0   4
10 Leticia Romero        g  35   7   9    4    6   0   0  18      1    4   5  1   8  7   0   0
12 Brittany Brown        g  24   1   5    0    1   1   2   3      1    1   2  3   3  6   0   3
23 Ivey Slaughter        f  21   1   4    0    0   1   2   3      0    6   6  3   2  1   0   1
 4 Rachel Antoniadou         7   0   0    0    0   0   0   0      0    0   0  1   1  1   0   0
11 Maria Conde              26   1   2    1    1   2   5   5      2    0   2  0   2  2   0   0
20 Shakayla Thomas          25  10  17    0    0   3   4  23      1    2   3  1   0  1   4   1
25 Ama Degbeon               3   0   0    0    0   0   0   0      0    0   0  0   1  0   0   0
42 Kai James                11   2   3    0    0   2   4   6      2    4   6  1   1  1   2   0
   Team                                                                3   3                  
                     =========================================================================
   FSU                   5 200  29  52    6   11  13  22  77      9   26  35 16  23 25   8   9
   Opp                     200  21  54    5   17  13  20  60      9   14  23 21  14 20   2  14


  1 2 3 4 Total
JACKSONVILLE
7
19
16
18
60
FLORIDA STATE
20
21
20
16
77

LOUISVILLE 79, FLORIDA STATE 69
01/01/2016, LOUISVILLE, KY

From the FSU Website, seminoles.com.

Florida State Drops ACC Opener at Louisville.
No. 15/13 Seminole Women’s Hoops hurt by 24 turnovers as it falls to the Cardinals 79-69 on New Year’s Day.

LOUISVILLE, KY — The No. 15/13 Florida State Women’s Basketball team fell at Louisville, 79-69, in its ACC opener on Friday afternoon in front of 9,126 fans at the KFC Yum! Center.

Senior center Adut Bulgak led the Seminoles with 22 points on 8-of-13 shooting, while sophomore Shakayla Thomas chipped in with 15 points and seven rebounds. Junior center Kai James added nine points and eight rebounds.

FSU was hurt by 24 turnovers forced from the Cardinals (9-5, 1-0), while UofL was very careful with the basketball and only committed 10 turnovers. Louisville’s Mariya Moore had 20 points, including four 3-point field goals, and guard Briahanna Jackson added 15 for UofL.

The Seminoles (10-4, 0-1) out-rebounded UofL 41-30, and totaled 29 bench points to the Cardinals’ 11. However, a 19-6 first-period deficit proved to be too large a hole for FSU to overcome as it never took a lead the rest of the game.

FSU plays its next two games at home as part of conference play, hosting Boston College on Jan. 7 at 7 p.m. and facing Georgia Tech on Jan. 10.

GAME NOTES COMPILED BY FSU SPORTS INFORMATION:

 
NO        NAME          GS MIN FGM FGA 3FGM 3FGA FTM FTA PTS   OREB DREB REB PF AST TO BLK STL
== ==================== == === === === ==== ==== === === ===   ==== ==== === == === == === ===
 2 Adut Bulgak           c  26   8  13    4    6   2   2  22      5    1   6  4   0  4   0   1
 3 Emiah Bingley         g  22   1   5    0    2   0   0   2      0    1   1  5   2  4   0   1
10 Leticia Romero        g  27   2   6    0    1   0   0   4      1    2   3  5   3  2   0   0
12 Brittany Brown        g  34   3  10    2    5   1   2   9      2    3   5  3   7  5   0   3
23 Ivey Slaughter        f  27   1   2    0    0   1   2   3      2    2   4  4   4  3   0   1
11 Maria Conde              20   2   4    1    3   0   0   5      1    4   5  2   1  1   0   0
20 Shakayla Thomas          32   7  13    0    0   1   4  15      3    4   7  0   0  2   0   0
42 Kai James                12   4   4    0    0   1   1   9      4    4   8  1   0  3   0   0
   Team                                                                2   2                  
                     =========================================================================
   FSU                   5 200  28  57    7   17   6  11  69     18   23  41 24  17 24   0   6
   Opp                     200  29  61    7   18  14  23  79     15   15  30 14  17 10   3  14


  1 2 3 4 Total
FLORIDA STATE
6
23
22
18
69
LOUISVILLE
19
19
26
15
79

FLORIDA STATE 75, BOSTON COLLEGE 42
01/07/2016, TALLAHASSEE, FL

From the FSU Website, seminoles.com.

Hot Start Helps Florida State Fly Past Eagles.
No. 19/15 Seminole Women’s Hoops uses a game-opening 11-0 run to defeat Boston College in its ACC home opener, 75-42.

TALLAHASSEE, FL — Leticia Romero hit back-to-back 3-pointers and Emiah Bingley added a third as No. 19 Florida State opened with an 11-0 run in a 75-42 rout of Boston College in the Seminoles' Atlantic Coast Conference home opener Thursday night.

Florida State (11-4, 1-1) built a 26-10 lead in the first quarter and extended it to 39-15 by intermission. The Seminoles shot 48.1 percent from the field (26 of 54), 9 of 19 from distance, and held a 35-30 advantage on the boards.

Romero shot 6 of 10 from the field, including 2 of 4 from beyond the arc, and finished with 14 points, seven rebounds, four assists and three steals. Shakayla Thomas added 14 points off the bench and Bingley added 10 points and six assists.

Mariella Fasoula scored 13 points to lead Boston College (11-2, 0-2) and Nicole Boudreau added another 11 points.

GAME NOTES COMPILED BY FSU SPORTS INFORMATION:

 
NO        NAME          GS MIN FGM FGA 3FGM 3FGA FTM FTA PTS   OREB DREB REB PF AST TO BLK STL
== ==================== == === === === ==== ==== === === ===   ==== ==== === == === == === ===
 2 Adut Bulgak           c  28   4   8    3    4   1   4  12      2    7   9  2   1  1   0   0
 3 Emiah Bingley         g  31   2   3    2    2   4   4  10      0    1   1  3   6  1   0   3
10 Leticia Romero        g  24   6  10    2    4   0   0  14      1    6   7  4   4  2   0   3
12 Brittany Brown        g  34   4   8    1    4   1   2  10      0    2   2  0   4  3   0   8
23 Ivey Slaughter        f  33   4  11    0    2   0   2   8      3    3   6  1   0  1   0   0
 4 Rachel Antoniadou         4   1   2    1    2   0   0   3      0    0   0  1   1  1   0   0
11 Maria Conde              20   1   4    0    1   0   0   2      0    2   2  0   0  0   0   0
20 Shakayla Thomas          17   4   8    0    0   6   8  14      1    4   5  4   0  2   0   2
25 Ama Degbeon               4   0   0    0    0   0   0   0      0    0   0  1   0  0   0   0
42 Kai James                 5   0   0    0    0   2   4   2      0    2   2  0   0  1   1   0
   Team                                                           1        1                  
                     =========================================================================
   FSU                   5 200  26  54    9   19  14  24  75      8   27  35 16  16 12   1  16
   Opp                     200  16  49    5   13   5  12  42      9   21  30 21  12 25   0   5


  1 2 3 4 Total
BOSTON COLLEGE
10
5
20
7
42
FLORIDA STATE
26
13
18
18
75

FLORIDA STATE 75, GEORGIA TECH 69
01/10/2016, TALLAHASSEE, FL

From the FSU Website, seminoles.com.

Thomas’ 32 Leads Florida State to 75-69 Win over Georgia Tech.
Sophomore forward Shakayla Thomas delivered a career-best performance to lift the Seminoles in a close ballgame with the Yellow Jackets.

TALLAHASSEE, FL — Shakayla Thomas had career highs of 32 points and 14 rebounds to lead No. 19 Florida State over Georgia Tech 75-69 on Sunday.

Adut Bulgak added 14 points and 11 rebounds for the Seminoles (12-4, 2-1 ACC), who extended their home winning streak to 27.

Ciani Cryor scored 18 points and Aaliyah Whiteside 17 for the Yellow Jackets (10-7, 0-4).

The Seminoles were shooting 50 percent on 3-pointers at home but dipped to 21 percent (4 of 19) Sunday. They also had 29 turnovers but they ruled the boards, 56-21.

The Seminoles led by 17 before a 19-1 Georgia Tech run cut it to one, 37-36, at halftime. FSU rebuilt its lead to 10 but a 3-pointer by Antonia Peresson shaved it to three, 72-69, with 3:14 left. However, the Yellow Jackets missed four shots and had two turnovers after that while Thomas added a final free throw and basket.

GAME NOTES COMPILED BY FSU SPORTS INFORMATION:

 
NO        NAME          GS MIN FGM FGA 3FGM 3FGA FTM FTA PTS   OREB DREB REB PF AST TO BLK STL
== ==================== == === === === ==== ==== === === ===   ==== ==== === == === == === ===
 2 Adut Bulgak           c  28   5  13    1    4   3   5  14      3    8  11  5   0  5   3   0
 3 Emiah Bingley         g  25   0   4    0    3   0   0   0      0    2   2  3   3  3   0   0
10 Leticia Romero        g  39   2   6    0    2   0   0   4      2    5   7  2   1  4   0   0
12 Brittany Brown        g  35   3  11    1    6   3   4  10      3    4   7  3   4  5   0   0
23 Ivey Slaughter        f  19   4   6    2    2   0   2  10      4    2   6  4   1  4   0   2
11 Maria Conde              12   0   3    0    2   1   4   1      2    1   3  0   3  1   1   1
20 Shakayla Thomas          31  14  20    0    0   4   7  32      8    6  14  3   0  6   0   2
42 Kai James                11   2   4    0    0   0   2   4      2    1   3  1   0  1   3   0
   Team                                                           1    2   3                  
                     =========================================================================
   FSU                   5 200  30  67    4   19  11  24  75     25   31  56 21  12 29   7   5
   Opp                     200  25  71    6   16  13  17  69     15   16  31 27   6 17   3  13


  1 2 3 4 Total
GEORGIA TECH
17
19
23
10
69
FLORIDA STATE
26
11
26
12
75

FLORIDA STATE 85, CLEMSON 40
01/14/2016, CLEMSON, SC

From the FSU Website, seminoles.com.

Seminoles Race Past Clemson with 85-40 Win.
No. 16/14 Florida State improves to 13-4 overall and 3-1 in the ACC with win on the road.

CLEMSON, SC — Ivey Slaughter and Adut Bulgak scored 18 points apiece to lead No. 16 Florida State to an 85-40 over Clemson.

Emiah Bingley added 13 points and Leticia Romero 12 for the Seminoles (13-4, 3-1 ACC), who shot 51 percent (27 of 53), with six 3-pointers, and went 25 of 29 from the foul line.

Clemson (4-12, 0-3), which shot 38 percent (17 of 45) and was 6 of 11 from the foul line, was led by Nelly Perry with 14 points.

Bulgak and Kai James had nine rebounds apiece as the Seminoles had a 40-20 advantage on the boards. They also turned 27 Clemson turnovers into 36 points.

Florida State led 25-13 after one quarter and 47-29 at the half with Bulgak scoring 16 points.

In the third quarter the Seminoles made 10 of 16 shots and held the Tigers to 2 of 12 to push the lead to 70-35.

POST-GAME NOTES COMPILED BY FSU SPORTS INFORMATION:

 
NO        NAME          GS MIN FGM FGA 3FGM 3FGA FTM FTA PTS   OREB DREB REB PF AST TO BLK STL
== ==================== == === === === ==== ==== === === ===   ==== ==== === == === == === ===
 2 Adut Bulgak           c  26   5   7    2    2   6   6  18      2    7   9  2   1  1   1   0
 3 Emiah Bingley         g  26   3   7    3    5   4   4  13      0    3   3  1   2  0   0   1
10 Leticia Romero        g  28   5  11    0    5   2   2  12      1    3   4  2   3  1   0   2
12 Brittany Brown        g  22   3   6    1    1   0   0   7      1    1   2  1   5  3   0   7
23 Ivey Slaughter        f  19   7   9    0    0   4   5  18      2    2   4  2   1  3   1   1
 4 Rachel Antoniadou        10   1   1    0    0   1   2   3      0    3   3  0   1  2   0   0
11 Maria Conde              29   0   5    0    4   0   0   0      0    3   3  2   2  0   0   0
25 Ama Degbeon              18   0   1    0    0   6   6   6      2    0   2  2   0  2   0   2
42 Kai James                22   3   6    0    0   2   4   8      3    6   9  4   1  3   1   2
   Team                                                           1        1         1        
                     =========================================================================
   FSU                   5 200  27  53    6   17  25  29  85     12   28  40 16  16 16   3  15
   Opp                     200  17  45    0    3   6  11  40      4   16  20 20   5 27   2   4


  1 2 3 4 Total
FLORIDA STATE
25
22
23
15
85
CLEMSON
13
16
6
5
40

FLORIDA STATE 66, PITTSBURGH 55
01/17/2016, PITTSBURGH, PA

From the FSU Website, seminoles.com.

Seminole Women's Hoops Clamps Down on Pitt in 66-55 Road Win.
No. 16/14 Florida State begins ACC play with a 4-1 record following Leticia Romero's season-high tying 18 points, seven rebounds and six assists.

PITTSBURGH, PA - Leticia Romero tied her season high with 18 points and Adut Bulgak posted her 17th career double-double to lead No. 16 Florida State over Pitt 66-55 on Sunday.

Bulgak had 11 points and 12 rebounds while Shakayla Thomas added 12 points for the Seminoles (14-4, 4-1 ACC), who dominated scoring in the paint, 40-18.

Brittany Brown's jumper gave FSU its largest lead of 23 points in the third quarter. Pitt scored the first 12 points of the fourth but could only get as close as nine on Cassidy Walsh's 3-pointer with 30 seconds left.

Florida State led from opening minute. Romero and Thomas both scored six points in a 17-2 run that gave the Seminoles a 36-15 lead before Pitt cut it to 13 by halftime, 38-25.

Brenna Wise had 14 points for the Panthers (8-10, 0-5), who have dropped six straight.

POST-GAME NOTES COMPILED BY FSU SPORTS INFORMATION:

 
NO        NAME          GS MIN FGM FGA 3FGM 3FGA FTM FTA PTS   OREB DREB REB PF AST TO BLK STL
== ==================== == === === === ==== ==== === === ===   ==== ==== === == === == === ===
 2 Adut Bulgak           c  30   4  16    1    6   2   2  11      3    9  12  0   4  3   1   2
 3 Emiah Bingley         g  33   3   6    1    2   2   2   9      0    2   2  0   3  1   0   1
10 Leticia Romero        g  37   7  12    1    2   3   3  18      1    6   7  2   6  3   0   1
12 Brittany Brown        g  33   2   6    0    2   1   2   5      2    3   5  0   3  5   0   1
23 Ivey Slaughter        f  23   1   8    0    0   0   4   2      6    3   9  4   1  1   0   2
11 Maria Conde              12   1   3    1    1   0   0   3      1    1   2  1   0  2   0   1
20 Shakayla Thomas          20   6  10    0    0   0   0  12      0    5   5  2   0  1   0   0
42 Kai James                12   3   6    0    0   0   0   6      1    3   4  2   0  0   0   0
   Team                                                                1   1                  
                     =========================================================================
   FSU                   5 200  27  67    4   13   8  13  66     14   33  47 11  17 16   1   8
   Opp                     200  20  58    9   24   6  15  55     12   26  38 13  14 20   6   7


  1 2 3 4 Total
FLORIDA STATE
15
23
21
7
66
PITTSBURGH
10
15
11
19
55

FLORIDA STATE 70, VIRGINIA 48
01/21/2016, TALLAHASSEE, FL

From the FSU Website, seminoles.com.

Big Second Half Lifts No. 14/13 Florida State Over Virginia.
Sophomore All-America candidate Shakayla Thomas scores 16 of her 20 points in the final 20 minutes to help Noles to a 70-48 win over the Cavaliers.

TALLAHASSEE, FL — Shakayla Thomas scored 20 points and Ivey Slaughter had 13 points with 10 rebounds to lead No. 14 Florida State to a 70-48 win over Virginia on Thursday night.

Kai James added 10 points, all in the first half when the Seminoles (15-4, 5-1 ACC) opened a 30-23 lead. Thomas finished 10 of 13 from the field, going 8 of 11 in the second half, when Florida State shot 52 percent to pull away.

Breyana Mason led Virginia (13-7, 3-3) with 15 points.

Slaughter and Thomas each made two baskets as the Seminoles stretched a 34-29 lead to 42-29 late in the third quarter. After two baskets by the Cavaliers, the duo combined for the last six points of the quarter to make it 48-33.

Florida State had a 42-36 rebounding advantage and forced 22 turnovers that led to 15 points, and its points-in-the-paint advantage was 50-18.

POST-GAME NOTES COMPILED BY FSU SPORTS INFORMATION:

 
NO        NAME          GS MIN FGM FGA 3FGM 3FGA FTM FTA PTS   OREB DREB REB PF AST TO BLK STL
== ==================== == === === === ==== ==== === === ===   ==== ==== === == === == === ===
 2 Adut Bulgak           c  19   4   9    1    3   0   0   9      1    4   5  3   4  0   0   0
 3 Emiah Bingley         g  38   1   7    0    6   2   2   4      0    2   2  1   6  2   0   2
10 Leticia Romero        g  35   1   9    1    4   2   2   5      3    3   6  2   7  5   1   0
12 Brittany Brown        g  34   2  11    1    3   2   4   7      2    4   6  3   5  1   1   3
23 Ivey Slaughter        f  27   4   7    0    1   5   7  13      7    3  10  3   1  0   0   1
 4 Rachel Antoniadou         2   0   0    0    0   0   0   0      0    0   0  0   0  0   0   0
11 Maria Conde               7   0   1    0    1   0   0   0      0    1   1  0   1  0   0   2
20 Shakayla Thomas          16  10  13    0    0   0   0  20      0    0   0  2   0  2   0   1
25 Ama Degbeon               7   1   1    0    0   0   0   2      0    1   1  1   0  0   0   0
42 Kai James                15   5  11    0    0   0   4  10      6    2   8  4   0  2   0   0
   Team                                                           1    2   3                  
                     =========================================================================
   FSU                   5 200  28  69    3   18  11  19  70     20   22  42 19  24 12   2   9
   Opp                     200  20  51    3   12   5   9  48      7   19  26 20  10 22   4   5


  1 2 3 4 Total
VIRGINIA
12
11
10
15
48
FLORIDA STATE
17
13
18
22
70

FLORIDA STATE 69, MIAMI 58
01/24/2016, CORAL GABLES, FL

From the FSU Website, seminoles.com.

Seminole Women's Hoops Gets Big Top 25 Road Win at Miami.
Junior point guard Leticia Romero's 19 points paces FSU to a 69-58 win over the rival Canes.

MIAMI, FL - Leticia Romero had a career-high 19 points with six assists, five rebounds and three steals and No. 14 Florida State eased away in the second half to defeat No. 16 Miami 69-58 on Sunday.

Shakayla Thomas added 15 points and Ivey Slaughter and Adut Bulgak had 10 each for the Seminoles (16-4, 6-1 ACC), who matched their best-ever start in conference play.

Adrienne Motley had 20 points and Keyona Hayes had 18 for the Hurricanes (17-3, 5-2).

Bulgak's basket on the first possession of the second half broke a 31-31 tie. She followed with two free throws on the next possession and then Romero hit a jumper and the Seminoles never trailed. When Motely cut the lead to one, Romero answered with a 3 and FSU led 49-43 after three quarters.

Florida State made 13 of 25 shots from the floor, 3 of 6 behind the arc, in the second half while Miami was 9 of 26, 1 of 7.

POST-GAME NOTES COMPILED BY FSU SPORTS INFORMATION:

 
NO        NAME          GS MIN FGM FGA 3FGM 3FGA FTM FTA PTS   OREB DREB REB PF AST TO BLK STL
== ==================== == === === === ==== ==== === === ===   ==== ==== === == === == === ===
 2 Adut Bulgak           c  19   3   5    1    2   3   4  10      2    3   5  4   2  2   0   1
 3 Emiah Bingley         g  28   0   3    0    0   1   2   1      0    0   0  5   1  1   0   2
10 Leticia Romero        g  36   6  10    1    1   6   6  19      2    3   5  3   6  6   0   3
12 Brittany Brown        g  38   3   7    2    3   0   2   8      1    3   4  2   4  2   0   2
23 Ivey Slaughter        f  35   3   7    0    1   4   4  10      1    4   5  2   1  3   1   4
11 Maria Conde               1   0   0    0    0   0   0   0      0    0   0  0   0  1   0   0
20 Shakayla Thomas          31   6  14    0    0   3   4  15      2    6   8  3   0  1   0   1
42 Kai James                12   3   5    0    0   0   0   6      1    0   1  4   0  1   0   0
   Team                                                                4   4                  
                     =========================================================================
   FSU                   5 200  24  51    4    7  17  22  69      9   23  32 23  14 17   1  13
   Opp                     200  20  51    4   14  14  23  58     13   22  35 20  11 21   1   7


  1 2 3 4 Total
FLORIDA STATE
17
14
18
20
69
MIAMI
12
19
12
15
58

FLORIDA STATE 96, WAKE FOREST 55
01/28/2016, WINSTON-SALEM, NC

From the FSU Website, seminoles.com.

Brown’s Near Triple-Double Highlights Big 96-55 Win over Wake Forest.
Junior guard Brittany Brown records 22 points, nine rebounds, career-high 11 assists and four steals in a road victory over the Demon Deacons.

WINSTON-SALEM, NC — Brittany Brown had 22 points, nine rebounds, 11 assists and four steals and No. 11 Florida State cruised to its seventh-straight win, 96-55 over Wake Forest on Thursday night.

Shakayla Thomas added 16 points and Ivey Slaughter and Maria Conde had 15 apiece for the Seminoles (17-4, 7-1 ACC), who hit 11 of 18 shots in the first quarter in racing to a 27-9 lead. It was a career-high for Conde, as were Brown's 11 assists.

The Demon Deacons (11-10, 2-6) outscored Florida State 24-21 in the second quarter but were outscored 48-22 in the second half.

Freshman Ariel Stephenson came off the bench for 20 points, one shy of her career high, and Elisa Penna scored 10 for Wake Forest.

Florida State shot 54 percent (37 of 69) and outrebounded the Demon Deacons 39-19. The Seminoles also turned 30 Wake Forest turnovers into 33 points.

POST-GAME NOTES COMPILED BY FSU SPORTS INFORMATION:

 
NO        NAME          GS MIN FGM FGA 3FGM 3FGA FTM FTA PTS   OREB DREB REB PF AST TO BLK STL
== ==================== == === === === ==== ==== === === ===   ==== ==== === == === == === ===
 2 Adut Bulgak           c  10   2   2    1    1   0   0   5      0    0   0  0   1  2   0   0
 3 Emiah Bingley         g  24   3  10    0    3   0   0   6      1    3   4  2   1  3   0   0
10 Leticia Romero        g  20   3   5    1    3   0   0   7      1    2   3  4   2  3   0   5
12 Brittany Brown        g  35   7  14    0    3   8   9  22      7    2   9  3  11  4   0   4
23 Ivey Slaughter        f  25   7  12    0    1   1   2  15      2    3   5  2   0  2   0   6
 4 Rachel Antoniadou         9   1   1    1    1   0   0   3      0    0   0  3   1  1   0   0
11 Maria Conde              28   5   7    2    3   3   3  15      1    2   3  3   1  0   0   1
20 Shakayla Thomas          27   8  14    0    0   0   0  16      4    3   7  2   1  2   1   2
25 Ama Degbeon               9   1   3    0    0   2   2   4      0    1   1  0   0  0   0   0
42 Kai James                13   0   1    0    0   3   4   3      0    1   1  5   1  2   0   3
   Team                                                           2    4   6                  
                     =========================================================================
   FSU                   5 200  37  69    5   15  17  20  96     18   21  39 24  19 19   1  21
   Opp                     200  15  37    4   11  21  28  55      4   15  19 20  11 30   0  10


  1 2 3 4 Total
FLORIDA STATE
27
21
23
25
96
WAKE FOREST
9
24
10
12
55

FLORIDA STATE 68, VIRGINIA TECH 50
01/31/2016, TALLAHASSEE, FL

From the FSU Website, seminoles.com.

Thomas Sparks No. 11 FSU with 22 in Home Win vs. Hokies.
Sophomore forward Shakayla Thomas continues her stellar play vs. Virginia Tech in a 68-50 win to extend FSU’s ACC win streak to eight games.

TALLAHASSEE, FL — Shakayla Thomas scored 22 points and No. 11 Florida State built a double-digit lead early and cruised to a 68-50 victory over Virginia Tech on Sunday for its eighth straight win.

Thomas scored 16 points in the second half, finished 8 of 14 from the floor and made all six free-throw attempts. Emiah Bingley and Adut Bulgak added nine points apiece for Florida State (18-4, 8-1 ACC).

Chanette Hicks scored 10 points and had six assists for Virginia Tech (14-7, 2-6), which has lost four straight and six of its last seven.

Thomas scored six points, Brittany Brown and Leticia Romero added four, and the Hokies missed 9 of 11 shots and had seven turnovers as the Seminoles jumped out to a 16-5 lead in the first quarter.

Florida State forced 12 turnovers and held Virginia Tech to just 5-of-24 shooting for 21 percent in the first half, and led 27-13 at halftime.

POST-GAME NOTES COMPILED BY FSU SPORTS INFORMATION:

 
NO        NAME          GS MIN FGM FGA 3FGM 3FGA FTM FTA PTS   OREB DREB REB PF AST TO BLK STL
== ==================== == === === === ==== ==== === === ===   ==== ==== === == === == === ===
 2 Adut Bulgak           c  30   4   6    1    1   0   0   9      3    4   7  0   1  1   2   1
 3 Emiah Bingley         g  31   3   9    2    5   1   2   9      1    2   3  2   3  3   0   1
10 Leticia Romero        g  24   1   9    0    4   4   4   6      0    5   5  3   3  4   0   0
12 Brittany Brown        g  32   3   9    0    3   1   3   7      4    2   6  1   0  4   0   2
23 Ivey Slaughter        f  20   1   4    0    1   2   2   4      3    3   6  4   0  0   0   0
 4 Rachel Antoniadou         3   0   0    0    0   0   0   0      0    0   0  1   2  0   0   0
11 Maria Conde              17   1   3    1    3   0   0   3      0    3   3  0   1  0   0   0
20 Shakayla Thomas          30   8  14    0    0   6   6  22      2    2   4  1   1  2   0   2
25 Ama Degbeon               4   0   0    0    0   0   0   0      1    0   1  0   0  0   0   0
42 Kai James                 9   2   2    0    0   4   4   8      1    0   1  0   0  0   0   1
   Team                                                           2    3   5                  
                     =========================================================================
   FSU                   5 200  23  56    4   17  18  21  68     17   24  41 12  11 14   2   7
   Opp                     200  17  52    6   19  10  12  50     11   16  27 16  10 16   2   7


  1 2 3 4 Total
VIRGINIA TECH
5
8
14
23
50
FLORIDA STATE
16
11
18
23
68

FLORIDA STATE 75, CLEMSON 56
02/07/2016, TALLAHASSEE, FL

From the FSU Website, seminoles.com.

Seminoles Tie Program Record with Nine-Game ACC Win Streak, Top Clemson.
No. 10 Florida State Women’s Basketball defeats Clemson 75-56 to also mark 14th consecutive win vs. the Tigers.

TALLAHASSEE, FL — After having a week off between games, Florida State started off slowly on Sunday against Clemson before getting into a rhythm in the second half.

Leading by seven at halftime, the 10th-ranked Seminoles took control in the third quarter of a 75-56 victory.

"I didn't think we were game ready and I challenged them at halftime. I thought we had a better second half," Florida State coach Sue Semrau said.

The Seminoles were up 37-30 in the third quarter when they scored 19 straight points over a 6:40 span to put it out of reach. Clemson committed nine turnovers during the run.

Shakayla Thomas had 17 points and Emiah Bingley added 15 for Florida State (19-4, 9-1 ACC), which tied its best start in conference play with the win. The 2014-15 and 2008-09 squads also won nine of its first 10 ACC games.

Brittany Brown added nine points and seven rebounds while Leticia Romero and Ivey Slaughter scored nine apiece.

"When we came out offensively things were flowing well but not defensively. In the second half we got them to toss the ball over to us a little bit," said Bingley, who tied a career high with five 3-pointers.

Danielle Edwards led Clemson with 14 points. The Tigers (4-19, 0-10 ACC) have dropped 11 straight overall and their last 26 in ACC play dating back to last season.

"I told my kids at halftime that Florida State was going to come out with an extra bounce and the turnovers got us in a hole," Clemson coach Audra Smith said. "We were telegraphing our passes (in the second half) and they were waiting for it."

Florida State's next game is a key road test at Duke on Thursday. The Seminoles have dropped their last nine at Cameron Indoor Stadium and haven't won their since 2001. All four of Florida State's losses have come away from home and all have been against ranked teams.

"We can't slouch on anyone especially with these next games coming up," Bingley said. "In a few of those losses it was us that took it away from ourselves. Now we have learned and have to finish them out."

POST-GAME NOTES COMPILED BY FSU SPORTS INFORMATION:

 
NO        NAME          GS MIN FGM FGA 3FGM 3FGA FTM FTA PTS   OREB DREB REB PF AST TO BLK STL
== ==================== == === === === ==== ==== === === ===   ==== ==== === == === == === ===
 2 Adut Bulgak           c  20   1   4    0    1   2   2   4      2    5   7  2   1  2   1   1
 3 Emiah Bingley         g  32   5   7    5    6   0   0  15      0    2   2  0   2  3   0   0
10 Leticia Romero        g  23   4   9    1    3   0   0   9      1    1   2  2   6  1   0   1
12 Brittany Brown        g  33   4  12    1    5   0   0   9      4    3   7  0   5  2   0   3
23 Ivey Slaughter        f  22   3   7    0    1   3   3   9      3    3   6  4   2  4   0   2
 4 Rachel Antoniadou         2   0   0    0    0   0   0   0      0    0   0  0   1  0   0   0
11 Maria Conde              17   1   3    0    2   0   0   2      1    2   3  2   1  2   0   0
20 Shakayla Thomas          30   7  12    0    0   3   3  17      2    2   4  1   1  4   0   0
25 Ama Degbeon               5   0   1    0    0   2   2   2      3    0   3  1   0  1   2   0
42 Kai James                16   3   4    0    0   2   2   8      0    1   1  2   0  4   1   1
                     =========================================================================
   FSU                   5 200  28  59    7   18  12  12  75     16   19  35 14  19 23   4   8
   Opp                     200  21  49    2    7  12  18  56      8   15  23 16   6 25   3   9


  1 2 3 4 Total
CLEMSON
14
12
13
17
56
FLORIDA STATE
19
14
26
16
75

FLORIDA STATE 69, DUKE 53
02/11/2016, DURHAM, NC

From the FSU Website, seminoles.com.

No. 10 Florida State Wins Record 10th Straight ACC Game, Tops Duke 69-53.
Seminoles outscore Duke 35-12 off the bench to get first win at Cameron Indoor Stadium since 2001.

DURHAM, NC — Shakayla Thomas scored 14 points and No. 10 Florida State beat Duke 69-53 on Thursday night for its 10th straight win.

Kai James added 11 points for the Seminoles (20-4, 10-1 Atlantic Coast Conference). They never trailed, shot 46 percent and overcame 19 turnovers by forcing 22 of them in their first win at Cameron Indoor Stadium since 2001.

Freshman Angela Salvadores had 13 points for the Blue Devils (17-9, 6-6), who lost their third in four games and already have their most conference losses since finishing with seven in 1996-97.

Duke shot 39 percent, had at least 20 turnovers for the ninth time and finished with more giveaways than made field goals (20).

The Blue Devils pulled to 49-42 on Rebecca Greenwell's 3-pointer with 6 minutes left. Florida State countered with baskets on five straight trips downcourt, with Adut Bulgak's jumper made it 59-46 with 2½ minutes left.

Maria Conde finished with 10 points for the Seminoles, who outrebounded Duke 43-32 in a matchup of the ACC's top two teams on the boards. Florida State entered with a rebounding margin of plus-14.3 while the Blue Devils were second at plus-8.6.

Thomas, who averaged a team-best 18.5 points during the first nine games of the winning streak, was 7 of 15 from the field.

Duke played without leading scorer and rebounder Azura Stevens for the third straight game. The sophomore, who averages 19.1 points and 9.4 rebounds, has a torn plantar fascia in her left foot, and she was in a walking boot as she watched from the bench in warmups.

POST-GAME NOTES COMPILED BY FSU SPORTS INFORMATION:

 
NO        NAME          GS MIN FGM FGA 3FGM 3FGA FTM FTA PTS   OREB DREB REB PF AST TO BLK STL
== ==================== == === === === ==== ==== === === ===   ==== ==== === == === == === ===
 2 Adut Bulgak           c  23   3   7    0    3   1   4   7      1    6   7  3   1  2   0   0
 3 Emiah Bingley         g  27   2   4    1    2   1   2   6      0    1   1  4   1  2   0   2
10 Leticia Romero        g  33   3  12    0    3   3   5   9      1    4   5  4   6  3   1   1
12 Brittany Brown        g  37   1   7    1    3   1   2   4      0    6   6  2   3  4   0   0
23 Ivey Slaughter        f  15   3   4    0    0   2   3   8      1    2   3  4   1  0   0   3
11 Maria Conde              20   4   6    2    3   0   0  10      1    1   2  2   0  1   0   1
20 Shakayla Thomas          30   7  15    0    0   0   0  14      4    3   7  2   1  4   1   2
25 Ama Degbeon               2   0   0    0    0   0   0   0      0    0   0  0   0  0   0   0
42 Kai James                13   4   4    0    0   3   4  11      4    4   8  1   0  2   0   1
   Team                                                           2    2   4         1        
                     =========================================================================
   FSU                   5 200  27  59    4   14  11  20  69     14   29  43 22  13 19   2  10
   Opp                     200  20  51    3    9  10  20  53      8   24  32 20   6 22   1  10


  1 2 3 4 Total
FLORIDA STATE
15
12
18
24
69
DUKE
11
9
15
18
53

FLORIDA STATE 94, NORTH CAROLINA 63
02/14/2016, TALLAHASSEE, FL

From the FSU Website, seminoles.com.

No. 10 Noles Make it 11 in a Row with 94-63 Victory over North Carolina.
Senior center Adut Bulgak’s double-double (19 points, 14 rebounds) highlights six double-figure scorers for FSU in rout of the Tar Heels.

TALLAHASSEE, FL — Adut Bulgak had 19 points and 14 rebounds for her sixth double-double of the season, leading No. 10 Florida State to a 94-63 win over North Carolina on Sunday.

The Seminoles (21-4, 11-1 Atlantic Coast Conference) had six players score in double figures in their biggest victory against the Tar Heels. Their previous best was an 85-66 win at North Carolina during the 1992-93 season.

Leticia Romero had 15 points and eight rebounds for Florida State. Emiah Bingley also scored 15, Ivey Slaughter had 12 and Shakayla Thomas finished with 11.

The Seminoles led 41-35 at halftime and then put the game away by outscoring the Tar Heels 27-11 in the third quarter. Bulgak, who has 18 career double-doubles, scored nine points in the quarter as the Seminoles extended their winning streak to 11.

Stephanie Watts led North Carolina (14-13, 4-8) with 19 points and nine rebounds. Destinee Walker added 18 points and Hillary Summers had 12.

Florida State scored the first 10 points of the game and led 25-12 at the end of the first quarter. The Seminoles began the second quarter 3 of 17 from the field as North Carolina came back to tie it at 33 on a Walker 3-pointer with 2:38 remaining.

POST-GAME NOTES COMPILED BY FSU SPORTS INFORMATION:

Opening Statement

“Great team effort. I mean a big win over a strong program. I thought they were extremely explosive but the difference was in the paint. We knew that would be the case. To put that in perspective, you look at our assists and you see 23 assists to 11 turnovers. We knew we were going to get high-quality shots, high percentage shots. And I felt our post, Adut and Kai and Ivey, they were just relentless and that's the difference.”

On whether this was the team’s best offensive performance:

“No, and again it's not that it wasn't strong in those categories but I still feel like we had some hesitation and you know there's been a couple of games where I felt like maybe we're flowing a little bit more but obviously production shows that we're getting there.”

On if she was happy with the team’s defensive effort:

“Yes and no. I thought the first quarter we were strong and then we let them have a big second quarter. We wanted to make sure that after we had a big third quarter they didn't come back and have a big fourth quarter. I thought we came back and did a good job.”

On the keys to Sunday’s win:

“I felt like we were getting everything that we wanted and that’s why we pride ourselves on our defense and rebounding, because you just don’t know when those shots are going to fall or not. So certainly, that was our emphasis and what we were able to do on the defensive end and I wasn’t pleased with what we did defensively in the second quarter and I never want our lack of offense to translate to the defensive end.”

On the team’s offensive progression:

“We love it when our defense dictates our offense. I felt like we got a lot of opportunity to run, we make great decisions. We just continue to try to get better. After the Duke game I felt like we were a little complacent and we really challenged them. I felt like they really stepped up the next day and obviously this afternoon but we’re not finished yet.”

On how much this team has to improve with an 11-game win streak:

“We have so much to improve. I told them they can enjoy this one tonight, but when they wake up in the morning they need to be thinking about the next one. This is a great team to do that, they are very mature and they know it is one game at a time. They know how tough Syracuse will be on the road on Thursday night.”

On getting caught up in the stats:

“I don’t look at the stats honestly. When I do look at the stats and I see us at the top of the conference it’s surprising. We are leading the league in scoring. I don’t think we feel like we are where we want to be yet. That’s what I love about this team, they believe that and they want to get better.”

On where FSU has evolved the most:

“[We have evolved most this season] in our chemistry. We have worked really hard to weed out anything that could get in the way of us being the best we can. With women, we are a work in progress all the time. We have feelings, we are sensitive, not that guys don’t. But they are much more level and we have learned how to be. I like who I see when I look at my team. That’s been the hardest work I think, but the biggest growth.”

 
NO        NAME          GS MIN FGM FGA 3FGM 3FGA FTM FTA PTS   OREB DREB REB PF AST TO BLK STL
== ==================== == === === === ==== ==== === === ===   ==== ==== === == === == === ===
 2 Adut Bulgak           c  23   8  14    0    3   3   6  19      5    9  14  2   0  3   1   1
 3 Emiah Bingley         g  30   4   8    4    6   3   3  15      0    1   1  2   5  0   0   0
10 Leticia Romero        g  33   5  13    3    6   2   2  15      4    4   8  1   5  1   0   0
12 Brittany Brown        g  23   2   6    0    3   0   1   4      2    2   4  1   5  2   0   1
23 Ivey Slaughter        f  18   4   7    0    0   4   7  12      1    3   4  3   0  2   1   1
 4 Rachel Antoniadou         5   0   0    0    0   1   2   1      0    2   2  2   1  0   0   0
11 Maria Conde              21   3   6    0    2   1   2   7      1    2   3  3   2  1   1   1
20 Shakayla Thomas          25   5  11    0    0   1   2  11      3    2   5  3   2  0   1   2
25 Ama Degbeon               4   0   1    0    0   0   0   0      0    1   1  0   1  0   0   0
42 Kai James                18   5  10    0    0   0   0  10      3    3   6  2   2  2   0   1
   Team                                                           2    1   3                  
                     =========================================================================
   FSU                   5 200  36  76    7   20  15  25  94     21   30  51 19  23 11   4   7
   Opp                     200  20  59    9   23  14  20  63     10   25  35 23  12 14   1   4


  1 2 3 4 Total
NORTH CAROLINA
12
23
11
17
63
FLORIDA STATE
25
16
27
26
94

SYRACUSE 83, FLORIDA STATE 73
02/18/2016, SYRACUSE, NY

From the FSU Website, seminoles.com.

No. 10 Florida State Falls to Syracuse.
Seminole Women’s Hoops snaps 11-game win streak with an 83-73 loss to No. 23 Syracuse on the road.

SYRACUSE, NY — Alexis Peterson had 17 points and Brianna Butler added 16 to lead a quartet of Syracuse players in double figures, and the No. 23 Orange defeated No. 10 Florida State 83-73 on Thursday night. Brittney Sykes and Taylor Ford chipped in with 15 apiece for Syracuse (21-6, 11-3 ACC), which won its seventh straight game. Briana Day had 11 rebounds. The loss snapped an 11-game winning streak for the Seminoles (21-5, 11-2). Adut Bulgak led the Seminoles with 23 points, including 5 of 7 on 3s. Shakayla Thomas had 19 points and Ivey Slaughter 13. POST-GAME NOTES COMPILED BY FSU SPORTS INFORMATION:

 
NO        NAME          GS MIN FGM FGA 3FGM 3FGA FTM FTA PTS   OREB DREB REB PF AST TO BLK STL
== ==================== == === === === ==== ==== === === ===   ==== ==== === == === == === ===
 2 Adut Bulgak           c  22   9  13    0    1   5   7  23      3    6   9  3   0  4   0   1
 3 Emiah Bingley         g  37   1   7    0    5   2   2   4      0    2   2  2   2  5   0   1
10 Leticia Romero        g  34   0   7    0    1   2   2   2      0    3   3  4   7  5   0   2
12 Brittany Brown        g  33   2   6    0    1   1   5   5      2   10  12  5   6  6   0   4
23 Ivey Slaughter        f  26   4   8    0    0   5   7  13      4    4   8  3   0  4   1   0
11 Maria Conde              12   0   2    0    2   0   0   0      0    2   2  2   1  2   0   0
20 Shakayla Thomas          30   9  14    0    0   1   3  19      2    4   6  4   1  2   0   1
25 Ama Degbeon               3   1   1    0    0   0   0   2      0    0   0  0   0  0   0   0
42 Kai James                 3   2   3    0    0   1   3   5      1    0   1  2   0  0   0   0
   Team                                                           3    2   5                  
                     =========================================================================
   FSU                   5 200  28  61    0   10  17  29  73     15   33  48 25  17 28   1   9
   Opp                     200  25  64   11   31  22  28  83      9   26  35 26  12 16   7  14


  1 2 3 4 Total
FLORIDA STATE
16
28
16
13
73
SYRACUSE
26
21
18
18
83

NOTRE DAME 73, FLORIDA STATE 66
02/22/2016, TALLAHASSEE, FL

From the FSU Website, seminoles.com.

No. 12 Florida State Snaps 31-Game Home Win Streak vs. Notre Dame.
Seminole Women’s Hoops wages competitive battle vs. the Fighting Irish but falls 73-66 at the Donald L. Tucker Center.

TALLAHASSEE, FL — Brianna Turner had 15 points and was one of four Notre Dame players in double figures as the second-ranked Fighting Irish defeated No. 12 Florida State 73-66 on Monday night.

Notre Dame (26-1, 14-0 Atlantic Coast Conference) led by as many as 19 points in the second quarter but Florida State got within 71-66 with 7.8 seconds remaining on a 3-pointer by Maria Conde. They weren't able to draw closer as the Irish extended their winning streak to 19.

Arike Ogunbowale and Madison Cable scored 13 points apiece while Michaela Mabrey added 11.

Ivey Slaughter led Florida State with 15 points and Shakayla Thomas added 14. The Seminoles (21-6, 11-3) saw their 31-game home winning streak snapped, which was the third-longest in the nation, and have lost two straight for the first time in two years.

Florida State took a 13-8 lead with 3:23 remaining in the first quarter on a jumper by Thomas when Notre Dame went on a 9-2 run to end the quarter. The Irish closed the period by going 4 of 7 from the field while the Seminoles made just one of their final eight attempts.

Notre Dame scored the first seven points of the second quarter to take a 24-15 lead. Florida State cut it to 24-19 on a layup by Kai James when the Irish scored 14 straight points, including four consecutive 3-pointers. Mabry led the run with nine points with all of them on 3-pointers. The Seminoles closed the half with four straight points to trail 43-28.

The Irish led 62-47 late in the third quarter when the Seminoles ran off eight straight points to get within single digits.

POST-GAME NOTES COMPILED BY FSU SPORTS INFORMATION:

FSU HEAD COACH SUE SEMRAU

Opening Statement:

“Obviously not happy about the loss but I’m happy with our bounce back from a game that we thought that we just weren’t a good basketball team, and we showed a lot of grit, a lot of fight. I thought we won most of the 50/50 balls. You look at the stats and see we beat them in the paint, we beat them points off turnovers, second-chance points, fast-break points, third quarter, fourth quarter. Those were the types of things that we will build on. You know we got a better as a basketball team today than we did yesterday.”

Coach, how much of this game really did come down to that second quarter when Notre Dame began to rain three’s?

“Sure did. Credit them. Arike (Ogunbowale), she’s a great player. The scouting report on her, she only hit one three in conference so far. So Ivey (Slaughter) did the right thing. Ivey was guarding her. She came, bumped the roller, she got out and I think those were the toughest. Then we had a couple missed assignments we’ve been talking about, and I thought the team in turn locked in after halftime. You know when they could have said ‘man we can’t win this game,’ I thought they came back with a lot of fight.”

Sue, is it as simple as a tough 10 minutes, or were there other things you would like to have seen differently?

“Well I would like to see us shoot a little bit better. But you know sometimes that’s not going to happen and then the way we shot the basketball is uncharacteristic. If you look at our stats over the course of, I told them statistically you’re going to hit shots, but we rebounded the ball well. I thought we went and we attacked (Brianna) Turner, who is a tremendous player, defender. I felt like we got great looks, we just didn’t knock them down.”

How did it feel with Brittany Brown to get two fouls in the first quarter and having to sit her for the majority of the first half?

“I think it was more, it was more with our energy, than on the defensive end because that’s what Brittany brings most to the table. There’s a lot of people on this team who can score but Brittany brings an energy to the team on the defensive end, and that’s where we struggled in that second period. She’s never been in foul trouble like that so I don’t know. Whether I could have played her more, whether that would have made a difference but I can tell you who came out and showed who she is today, Maria Conde. I mean an unsung hero in so many ways. That kid came out defensively. It was where she used to struggle and she was tremendous tonight.”

Was it tough finding the right line-up?

“It was and again, I think a lot of it was I was trying to give these guys a little bit of a rest through that time. Maybe we had some funky lineups at some point and I’ll take the blame for that. But again, with Brittany being out and trying to play Ivey more at the three spot. I think we figured some things out tonight.”

JUNIOR LETICIA ROMERO

On her momentum-building 3-pointer and her defensive effort:

“I feel like we improved defensively in the second half. We weren’t doing a very good job in the second quarter but we came out we played our butt off and I think that changed everything. I also feel like for me, even though I didn’t have a good shooting game tonight, I was confident in that my post-plays were going to get around and they have been awesome. Every time I shot they were there. It gives me a lot of confidence that I can miss a shot, even though I need to work on that, but that’s huge for us and I feel like as long as we can do that every game and play like we did at the end we’re going to be really good.”

SOPHOMORE SHAKAYLA THOMAS

On what the message was at halftime:

“We already had confidence coming back in at halftime, we knew what we did wrong. So when Coach Sue came in we were like ‘Oh, we knew that already,’ and we knew what we needed to come out and do [in the second half].

On knowing the team is capable of improving during the game

“I trusted my team before, but now I trust them more than ever. We became closer during this game than in any other game.”

JUNIOR IVEY SLAUGHTER:

On seeing Notre Dame this late in the season and possibly seeing them again in the ACC Tournament:

“I think it helps. We played them at the beginning last year and we played great teams in the ACC, but Notre Dame was one of the best. I feel like this year we’ll sort of have a little chip on our shoulder knowing we were so close to beating them and knowing that we can beat them. We just have to play four quarters straight.”

 
NO        NAME          GS MIN FGM FGA 3FGM 3FGA FTM FTA PTS   OREB DREB REB PF AST TO BLK STL
== ==================== == === === === ==== ==== === === ===   ==== ==== === == === == === ===
 2 Adut Bulgak           c  23   2   8    0    3   2   2   6      3    6   9  0   1  0   1   1
 3 Emiah Bingley         g  27   1   4    1    3   0   0   3      0    1   1  0   3  3   0   0
10 Leticia Romero        g  38   3  13    1    3   1   2   8      0    2   2  4   3  2   1   0
12 Brittany Brown        g  23   2   7    2    6   1   2   7      2    1   3  4   3  0   0   1
23 Ivey Slaughter        f  30   7  11    0    0   1   1  15      6    4  10  0   2  4   0   0
11 Maria Conde              23   2   3    1    1   0   0   5      1    0   1  2   1  0   0   0
20 Shakayla Thomas          26   3  12    0    0   8  10  14      2    5   7  3   0  1   0   2
42 Kai James                10   4   5    0    0   0   3   8      0    3   3  0   0  0   0   1
                     =========================================================================
   FSU                   5 200  24  63    5   16  13  20  66     14   22  36 13  13 10   2   5
   Opp                     200  26  57   10   20  11  14  73     11   27  38 18  19 15   1   6


  1 2 3 4 Total
NOTRE DAME
17
26
19
11
73
FLORIDA STATE
15
13
22
16
66

FLORIDA STATE 56, NORTH CAROLINA STATE 52
02/25/2016, RALEIGH, NC

From the FSU Website, seminoles.com.

Romero’s Clutch Baskets Lift No. 12 FSU Past NC State.
Junior point guard Leticia Romero’s tie-breaking 3-pointer with just over a minute left helps FSU to a big win over the Pack, 56-52.

RALEIGH, NC — Leticia Romero scored 15 points, including two critical baskets on consecutive possessions late in the game, and Ivey Slaughter made two free throws with nine seconds left and No. 12 Florida State held off North Carolina State 56-52 Thursday night.

Shakayla Thomas, who had 19 points, pulled the Seminoles (22-6, 12-3 ACC) into a tie at 49 with a layup off a Romero assists with 3:10 to play. The Wolf Pack then had three straight turnovers before a miss, which was when Florida State finally cashed in. Romero hit a 3-pointer with 1:15 remaining for a 52-49 lead. After another N.C. State miss, Romero made a layup with 28 seconds left.

Dominique Wilson made three free throws with nine seconds left to make it a two-point game but Slaughter calmly made two foul shots after being immediately fouled to seal the win.

Jennifer Mathurin led the Wolf Pack (18-10, 9-6) with 16 points.

POST-GAME NOTES COMPILED BY FSU SPORTS INFORMATION:

 
NO        NAME          GS MIN FGM FGA 3FGM 3FGA FTM FTA PTS   OREB DREB REB PF AST TO BLK STL
== ==================== == === === === ==== ==== === === ===   ==== ==== === == === == === ===
 2 Adut Bulgak           c  28   5  10    1    3   4   4  15      0    8   8  4   0  3   2   2
 3 Emiah Bingley         g  38   0   4    0    3   0   0   0      0    2   2  3   4  3   0   1
10 Leticia Romero        g  29   6  11    2    3   1   2  15      1    2   3  2   4  3   0   1
12 Brittany Brown        g  33   1   7    1    2   0   0   3      3    6   9  3   1  2   0   2
23 Ivey Slaughter        f  31   1   5    0    0   2   2   4      0    4   4  2   2  2   0   2
 4 Rachel Antoniadou         2   0   0    0    0   0   0   0      1    0   1  1   0  0   0   0
11 Maria Conde              10   0   2    0    1   0   0   0      0    0   0  3   1  3   0   2
20 Shakayla Thomas          24   9  21    0    0   1   2  19      2    2   4  4   2  2   0   1
25 Ama Degbeon               5   0   2    0    0   0   0   0      3    0   3  0   0  0   0   0
   Team                                                           5    2   7                  
                     =========================================================================
   FSU                   5 200  22  62    4   12   8  10  56     15   26  41 22  14 18   2  11
   Opp                     200  16  51    4   21  16  24  52     11   25  36 17  10 21   3   9


  1 2 3 4 Total
FLORIDA STATE
12
12
16
16
56
NORTH CAROLINA STATE
17
9
14
12
52

FLORIDA STATE 70, MIAMI 67
02/28/2016, TALLAHASSEE, FL

From the FSU Website, seminoles.com.

Romero Pours in 24 in Nail-Biting Win over Miami.
Junior point guard Leticia Romero comes through with her second straight clutch performance on FSU’s senior day as the Seminoles defeat the Hurricanes 70-67.

TALLAHASSEE, FL — Leticia Romero scored a career-high 24 points, including five free throws in the final 17 seconds, and No. 12 Florida State defeated No. 17 Miami 70-67 on Sunday to end the regular season. After Romero's first two free throws made it 67-61, she fouled Michelle Woods, who converted a 3-point play. Following two more free throws at 7.5 seconds, Adrienne Motley drained a 3-pointer. By the time Romero was fouled on the inbounds play, only .2 seconds remained and she hit one of two foul shots. Shakayla Thomas had 14 of her 22 points in the second half for the Seminoles (23-6, 13-3), who were locked into the fourth-seed for the ACC tournament. Motley led the Hurricanes (22-7, 10-6), the fifth seed, with 18 points and Jessica Thomas added 14 points. The Seminoles erased a six-point deficit with an 11-1 run and were up 65-58 with 51 seconds left. POST-GAME NOTES COMPILED BY FSU SPORTS INFORMATION:

FLORIDA STATE HEAD COACH SUE SEMRAU:

Opening Statement:

“That’s what a rivalry game looks like. Obviously, it wasn’t the prettiest game. It wasn’t the best game that I think either team has played. That’s two games where my team has had to come down the stretch and make big plays. I think Leti (Romero) has really changed since Syracuse. She has changed who she is as a player and now to have Maria (Conde). Maria was fabulous. I am not talking offensively, she was fabulous offensively but that has been the biggest growth in her game. We always knew what she could do offensively. Then again Shakayla Thomas is a kid that wants to fight, wants the ball in her hands and we love to have somebody like that on our team.”

Coach, can you just talk about a win against a rivalry team that is ranked at the end of the season right before the ACC tournament?

“The way it happened, the way the crowd responded; it was a tremendous crowd. It was loud and I thought that gave us a ton of energy as well. Kids making big plays. You’re at the end of the year and you’re tired and you can tell. This always happens in the NCAA Tournament, you just don’t always shoot the ball great. You have to rely on your defense. I don’t know that we were convinced of that until this game. I didn’t think we did a great job defensively but credit to Miami for making great plays.”

Into the fourth quarter I think they went about six minutes without a field goal. Were the girls doing anything differently or just more effort?

“I would like to say that we were doing something differently as an adjustment but what we talked about was the way that we were defending the ball screens. Adut (Bulgak) doesn’t have great numbers here this afternoon but she made a difference and I thought set the tone in the way that we defended the ball screens in the fourth quarter. It was tough for her and Ivey (Slaughter) both getting that fourth foul but that was the difference in making sure that it was an urgency type of thing. I don’t know if it was effort or just a sense of urgency.”

Coach how encouraging is it to see that Maria has evolved into this offensive weapon?

“Maria could be an offensive weapon. What kept her off the floor was defensively. There is no reason to keep her off the floor. When you look at Adrienne Motley and what she is able to do. We are seeing the matchup between Maria Conde and Adrienne Motley, and she’s getting it done. It’s not like ‘go guard someone that doesn’t matter,’ that’s huge. It is really fun to see her growth.”

Coach would you talk about the impact that Adut and Emiah (Bingley) have had on this team this season, and the whole time that they have been a part of this team?

“Where do I begin? I think that Emiah came to us at a time where we really needed someone with grit that could defend and shoot the ball. She was that player. She was able to come in and play in the middle of the year; she only played one semester at her previous school and then came in a semester the next year. She gave us so many different elements. I was sharing earlier today that she has a little bit of it all; she has passion, she’s got skill, and she’s got the feel for the game. That has been really great to have. Adut, that kid is going to have a very long career in basketball. For us to lose Natasha Howard and for Adut to step in, and rebound and score the ball she did and does. I have absolutely loved coaching her.”

Can you talk about the grind and how draining this season is, and now you’ve got the ACC tournament. What is the approach?

“Well we will take tomorrow off and it is just really nice to have the double bye and not have to play until Friday. At the same time you don’t want to sit around and do nothing because you have to be game ready. We will have good practices on Tuesday and Wednesday and fly up Wednesday night. Thursday morning we have a 7:30am shoot around because we have morning games, 11am. We will get up, I’ll send them to bed about nine the night before and I’m sure they’ll all go to sleep [chuckles]. Then you have to come out and you have to be ready to play. Fortunately we are very familiar with the teams that we may play in the first couple of rounds.”

 
NO        NAME          GS MIN FGM FGA 3FGM 3FGA FTM FTA PTS   OREB DREB REB PF AST TO BLK STL
== ==================== == === === === ==== ==== === === ===   ==== ==== === == === == === ===
 2 Adut Bulgak           c  24   1   5    0    2   0   0   2      2    3   5  4   1  2   0   0
 3 Emiah Bingley         g  30   1   6    0    3   0   0   2      1    1   2  2   1  5   0   3
10 Leticia Romero        g  38   8  14    2    4   6   8  24      0    5   5  3   4  3   1   0
12 Brittany Brown        g  21   0   5    0    2   0   2   0      2    0   2  1   1  2   0   0
23 Ivey Slaughter        f  29   3   7    0    0   0   1   6      1    5   6  5   2  2   1   2
11 Maria Conde              27   5   6    2    2   2   3  14      2    0   2  2   2  2   0   0
20 Shakayla Thomas          28   9  14    0    0   4   5  22      0    1   1  3   3  2   0   2
42 Kai James                 3   0   2    0    0   0   0   0      0    0   0  0   0  0   1   0
   Team                                                           3    2   5                  
                     =========================================================================
   FSU                   5 200  27  59    4   13  12  19  70     11   17  28 20  14 18   3   7
   Opp                     200  25  54    6   17  11  17  67     11   23  34 22  12 22   4  10


  1 2 3 4 Total
MIAMI
16
14
18
19
67
FLORIDA STATE
15
14
15
26
70

MIAMI 74, FLORIDA STATE 56
03/04/2016, ACC, Greensboro, NC

From the FSU Website, seminoles.com.

Seminoles Exit ACC Women’s Basketball Tournament with Loss to Miami.
The Hurricanes defeat Florida State for the first time this season in the ACC Tournament quarterfinals, getting a 74-56 win.

GREENSBORO, NC — Jessica Thomas hit 5 of 6 from long distance and scored 21 points and No. 21 Miami, the fifth-seed, took control in the second half to defeat No. 14 Florida State, the four-seed, 74-56 on Friday in the quarterfinals of the ACC tournament.

The Hurricanes (24-7), who lost a late lead against their in-state rival to lose 70-67 in the regular season finale, pulled away this time to earn a spot in semifinals on Saturday against the Duke-Notre Dame winner.

Thomas opened the second half with a trey to break a 37-37 tie and an 8-0 run led to a 52-45 spread after three quarters.

Thomas had three 3s in the fourth quarter when Miami made 9 of 12 from the field. Emese Hoff added 15 points off the bench and Keyona Hayes and Adrienne Motley had 13 each.

Shakayla Thomas and Leticia Romero had 14 each for Florida State (23-7), which shot 23 percent (7 for 30) after intermission.

POST-GAME GAME NOTES COMPILED BY FSU SPORTS INFORMATION:

 
NO        NAME          GS MIN FGM FGA 3FGM 3FGA FTM FTA PTS   OREB DREB REB PF AST TO BLK STL
== ==================== == === === === ==== ==== === === ===   ==== ==== === == === == === ===
 2 Adut Bulgak           c  30   3   8    0    2   2   2   8      2    4   6  1   1  5   0   1
 3 Emiah Bingley         g  35   4   7    3    5   0   0  11      0    1   1  3   1  2   0   0
10 Leticia Romero        g  33   5   9    1    1   3   4  14      0    0   0  2   3  6   0   2
12 Brittany Brown        g  29   1  10    0    3   0   0   2      3    1   4  2   5  6   0   0
23 Ivey Slaughter        f  32   3  10    0    0   1   4   7      2   10  12  2   3  2   0   3
 4 Rachel Antoniadou         1   0   0    0    0   0   0   0      0    0   0  0   0  0   0   0
11 Maria Conde              13   0   3    0    2   0   0   0      1    0   1  2   0  0   0   2
20 Shakayla Thomas          21   5  15    0    0   4   9  14      3    2   5  2   0  2   0   1
25 Ama Degbeon               1   0   0    0    0   0   0   0      0    0   0  0   0  0   0   0
42 Kai James                 5   0   1    0    0   0   0   0      0    2   2  0   0  2   1   0
   Team                                                           9    1  10                  
                     =========================================================================
   FSU                   5 200  21  63    4   13  10  19  56     20   21  41 14  13 25   1   9
   Opp                     200  28  59    8   15  10  12  74     10   27  37 21  16 20   7  16


  1 2 3 4 Total
FLORIDA STATE
17
20
8
11
56
MIAMI
16
21
15
22
74

FLORIDA STATE 72, MIDDLE TENNESSEE ST 55
03/19/2016, NCAA, College Station, Tx

From the FSU Website, seminoles.com.

Four Seminoles Land in Double Figures in First-Round Win over Middle Tennessee.
Junior point guard Leticia Romero leads the way with 17 points as fifth-seeded FSU uses fourth-period breakway to defeat the Blue Raiders 72-55.

COLLEGE STATION, TX - Junior guard Leticia Romero scored 17 points for Florida State to help lead the Seminoles past the No. 12 seed Middle Tennessee Blue Raiders 72-55 Saturday in the women's NCAA tournament.

Romero finished 5 of 10 from the field, including a 3-pointer, and went 6 of 8 from the line. The Seminoles overcame 21 turnovers, 14 in the first half, to advance to the second round.

The Blue Raiders kept the game close until the Seminoles went on an 11-4 run late in the third quarter. In the final 10 minutes, FSU coach Sue Semrau's squad extended the lead to as many as 20.

MTSU freshman forward Alex Johnson had 22 points, going 10 of 18 from the field. Johnson was one of three Blue Raider starters to score in double figures, with the bench contributing a combined eight points in the loss.

MTSU starting forward Gabby Lyon picked up two fouls in the first minute and played just 15 total minutes.

POST-GAME NOTES COMPILED BY FSU SPORTS INFORMATION:

 
NO        NAME          GS MIN FGM FGA 3FGM 3FGA FTM FTA PTS   OREB DREB REB PF AST TO BLK STL
== ==================== == === === === ==== ==== === === ===   ==== ==== === == === == === ===
 2 Adut Bulgak           c  32   6  10    3    5   0   0  15      2    7   9  1   1  5   3   2
10 Leticia Romero        g  35   5  10    1    1   6   8  17      2    5   7  1   4  3   0   0
12 Brittany Brown        g  34   4   8    0    0   2   2  10      5    5  10  3   4  5   0   4
20 Shakayla Thomas       f  23   5  12    0    0   1   3  11      2    3   5  3   3  1   0   1
23 Ivey Slaughter        f   9   1   4    0    0   0   0   2      1    1   2  5   0  1   0   1
 3 Emiah Bingley            33   2   5    1    3   0   0   5      0    1   1  1   1  1   0   2
 4 Rachel Antoniadou         1   0   0    0    0   0   0   0      0    0   0  0   0  1   0   0
11 Maria Conde              15   1   2    0    1   1   2   3      0    1   1  1   1  0   0   0
25 Ama Degbeon               7   0   0    0    0   0   0   0      0    1   1  0   0  1   0   0
42 Kai James                11   3   4    0    0   3   4   9      1    2   3  3   1  3   0   1
   Team                                                           1    1   2                  
                     =========================================================================
   FSU                   5 200  27  55    5   10  13  19  72     14   27  41 18  15 21   3  11
   Opp                     200  22  53    2   12   9  12  55      6   16  22 18  16 17   2   8


  1 2 3 4 Total
FLORIDA STATE
15
15
19
23
72
MIDDLE TENNESSEE ST
16
11
15
13
55

FLORIDA STATE 74, TEXAS A&M 56
03/21/2016, COLLEGE STATION, TX, NCAA

From the FSU Website, seminoles.com.

Florida State Women's Hoops Advances to Fourth NCAA Sweet 16.
Senior center Adut Bulgak's 18 points and 13 rebounds power the Seminoles to a 74-56 win over Texas A&M in College Station, Texas.

COLLEGE STATION, TX - Adut Bulgak scored 18, Leticia Romero added 17 and Florida State built a big lead early and held on for a 74-56 win over Texas A&M on Monday night in the second round of the NCAA Tournament.

The victory puts the Seminoles in the round of 16 for the second straight season and fourth time overall where they'll meet Baylor on Saturday in the Dallas Regional.

Florida State (25-7) led by just three points at halftime before pulling away for a 72-55 win over Middle Tennessee State in the first round on Saturday. Things were much different on Monday when the Seminoles raced out to a 21-point lead by halftime thanks to six early 3-pointers and withstood a late run to eliminate the Aggies (22-10) on their home court.

The Aggies trailed by 21 entering the fourth before using a 13-2 run over the first eight minutes of the quarter to get within 66-56. But Florida state scored the next four points to thwart the rally and keep the Aggies from replicating the epic comeback their men's team had over Northern Iowa on Sunday night when they trailed by 12 points with 44 seconds remaining before winning in double overtime.

Courtney Walker had 18 points to lead A&M and Anriel Howard, who set an NCAA Tournament record with 27 rebounds in the first-round game, had eight points with 13 rebounds. The Aggies were without starter Courtney Williams and Shlonte Allen for the second straight game after the pair were suspended for a violation of team rules on Saturday.

The Seminoles jumped out to a 14-6 lead, powered by five early points by Romero. They were up by nine early in the second quarter before scoring the next seven points, with the first five from Bulgak, to make it 34-18 about seven minutes before halftime.

Walker made a layup after that and Texas A&M had several defensive stops, but the Aggies missed their next five shots, including three layups to remain in a big hole.

They finally got going soon after that, scoring four points in a row to get within 36-24.

But Bulgak, who had 13 rebounds, stopped A&M's run by scoring the first five points of an 11-2 spurt that extended the lead to 47-26 at halftime. Ivey Slaughter had a 3-point play with 12 seconds left in the second half and Brittany Brown capped the first-half scoring with a 3-pointer with one second remaining.

Texas A&M opened the second half with a 7-2 run, with five points from Chelsea Jennings, to cut the lead to 49-33. But Florida State used a 6-2 spurt after that to push it back to 20 points.

The Aggies got within 17 with another run later in the third quarter, but the Seminoles answered again, scoring the last four points of the third quarter to make it 64-43 entering the fourth.

POST-GAME NOTES COMPILED BY FSU SPORTS INFORMATION:

 
NO        NAME          GS MIN FGM FGA 3FGM 3FGA FTM FTA PTS   OREB DREB REB PF AST TO BLK STL
== ==================== == === === === ==== ==== === === ===   ==== ==== === == === == === ===
 2 Adut Bulgak           c  31   5  11    1    5   7   8  18      6    7  13  4   1  0   1   0
10 Leticia Romero        g  32   6  10    2    3   3   4  17      1    0   1  3   6  4   0   1
12 Brittany Brown        g  35   5  13    2    6   4   4  16      2    6   8  0   1  3   0   4
20 Shakayla Thomas       f  13   3  11    0    0   0   0   6      1    1   2  2   0  4   0   0
23 Ivey Slaughter        f  33   4   8    0    0   2   2  10      3    6   9  1   1  0   1   2
 3 Emiah Bingley            34   2   7    1    5   0   0   5      0    2   2  2   3  2   1   1
11 Maria Conde              15   0   1    0    1   0   0   0      1    1   2  2   1  1   0   0
42 Kai James                 7   1   4    0    0   0   0   2      1    0   1  1   0  0   0   0
   Team                                                           3    3   6                  
                     =========================================================================
   FSU                   5 200  26  65    6   20  16  18  74     18   26  44 15  13 14   3   8
   Opp                     200  24  62    3   13   5   6  56     12   23  35 22  14 16   5   4


  1 2 3 4 Total
FLORIDA STATE
27
20
17
10
74
TEXAS A&M
16
10
17
13
56

BAYLOR 78, FLORIDA STATE 58
03/26/2016, NCAA, Sweet 16, Dallas, Tx

From the FSU Website, seminoles.com.

Florida State Ends Tourney Run in the Sweet 16.

DALLAS, TX - Florida State entered Saturday's Dallas Regional semifinal looking to take down top-seeded Baylor and assert, once and for all, its place among the nation's elite.

Baylor, however, refused to share the stage.

The Lady Bears' defense smothered FSU on one end of the floor and star guard Nina Davis dominated on the other as Baylor cruised to a 78-58 victory over the Seminoles here at the American Airlines Center.

Leticia Romero scored 11 points to lead Florida State, which finished its season 25-8 after reaching back-to-back Sweet 16s for the first time in school history. Baylor is onto Monday's Elite Eight, where it will face either Oregon State.

"We got beat by a great team today," FSU coach Sue Semrau said. "… I think, too, that I'm proud of what this team was able to accomplish. I think we really had to find ourselves and I thought we were able to put together a pretty good run down the stretch."

After No. 1 seeds South Carolina and Notre Dame went down on Friday, the Seminoles hoped that the wave of upsets across the women's NCAA tournament would reach Dallas by Saturday afternoon.

And, at least for a few moments early on, it looked like it might.

Despite shooting just 3 of 10 from the field to start the game, FSU withstood an early flurry and took a 12-9 lead when Maria Conde drained a 3-pointer midway through the first period.

But Baylor soon got hot while FSU's shooters stayed cold.

Aided by five FSU turnovers in less than five minutes, Baylor launched an 18-3 run that gave the Lady Bears a 27-15 advantage.

FSU, meanwhile, missed 9 of its 11 field-goal attempts in the second quarter and went into halftime shooting just 25 percent (8 for 32). By then, the Bears led 40-26.

Take away four 3-pointers - the Seminoles actually shot fairly well from outside - and that FSU's percentage dropped to 15.3 percent.

"We had open looks, we just didn't knock them down," junior guard Brittany Brown said. "And I think, at some point in the game, we kind of let our offense dictate our defense, and we're a much better team when our defense turns over to our offense."

Davis, Baylor's senior guard and the Big 12 Player of the Year last season, scored 30 points and grabbed five rebounds. Fellow guard Alexis Jones added 15 points and nine boards.

On the other side, FSU's top two scorers, Shakayla Thomas and Adut Bulgak, struggled to get in rhythm and finished with just 10 and five points, respectively.

That was due in part to foul trouble - Bulgak picked up two in the first period and played just 21 minutes in the game - and also due to Baylor's stingy interior defense.

The Lady Bears came into the game ranked second nationally in field-goal percentage defense.

"We didn't take advantage of what we had," Bulgak said. "And we had a lot of errors. Turnovers. Things we could have controlled."

With foul trouble across the roster, the Seminoles were forced out of their comfort zones and could no longer aggressively attack or defend.

Five Seminoles finished with at least three fouls, and Bulgak and forward Ivey Slaughter fouled out in the fourth quarter.

"It changes us," Semrau said. "And we didn't expect, in the NCAA tournament, to be called the tight. But it was, and we didn't adjust."

After the break, FSU put a brief scare into the Lady Bears by mounting a rally and cutting its lead to 50-42 midway through the third quarter.

But the energy required to complete that kind of comeback soon took its toll: Baylor immediately answered with an 8-2 run of its own and to stretch its lead back to double digits.

"Third quarter, I thought we played really well," Semrau said. "Then we just ran out of gas in the fourth."

POST-GAME NOTES COMPILED BY FSU SPORTS INFORMATION:

 
NO        NAME          GS MIN FGM FGA 3FGM 3FGA FTM FTA PTS   OREB DREB REB PF AST TO BLK STL
== ==================== == === === === ==== ==== === === ===   ==== ==== === == === == === ===
 2 Adut Bulgak           c  21   2   5    0    1   1   4   5      1    5   6  5   0  3   3   1
 3 Emiah Bingley         g  28   1   5    0    2   2   2   4      1    0   1  3   3  0   0   0
10 Leticia Romero        g  35   4  15    3    4   0   0  11      2    3   5  4   6 10   1   4
12 Brittany Brown        g  39   3   8    1    3   3   4  10      7    2   9  2   2  3   0   3
23 Ivey Slaughter        f  19   4  10    1    1   1   1  10      3    2   5  5   1  1   0   0
 4 Rachel Antoniadou         1   0   0    0    0   0   0   0      0    0   0  0   0  0   0   0
11 Maria Conde              14   2   5    1    3   1   2   6      0    1   1  0   0  0   0   0
20 Shakayla Thomas          25   5  11    0    0   0   2  10      2    7   9  3   0  2   1   1
25 Ama Degbeon               3   0   0    0    0   0   0   0      0    0   0  0   0  0   0   0
42 Kai James                15   0   1    0    0   2   3   2      0    1   1  2   0  2   0   1
   Team                                                                1   1                  
                     =========================================================================
   FSU                   5 200  21  60    6   14  10  18  58     16   22  38 24  12 21   5  10
   Opp                     200  28  58    5    9  17  24  78     12   26  38 18  17 17   7  10


  1 2 3 4 Total
FLORIDA STATE
15
9
20
14
58
BAYLOR
24
16
18
20
78