Florida State Women's Basketball - 2017-18 Year In Review

Florida State Women's Basketball - 2017-18 Year In Review

Coaching Staff
Sue Semrau, Head Coach
Danielle Atkinson, Assistant Coach
Melissa Bruner, Director of Operations
Dave Plettl, Strength and Conditioning
Lance White, Associate Head Coach
Brooke Wyckoff, Assistant Coach

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2017-18 Women's Basketball


2017-18 Florida State Signees/Newcomers

A.J. Alix, 5-6, G, Houston, TX

Kiah Gillespie, 6-2, F, Meriden, CT

Sayawni Lassiter, 5-10, G, Dorchester, MA

Savannah Wilkinson, 5-11, G, London, England


2017-18 Roster - By Name

L
T                                             PY
R No Name                  Pos     Hgt   Cl   Ltr  Hometown (Prior School)
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
   4 A.J. Alix             G       5-6   Sr-R      Houston, TX (Bellaire/Texas Christian)
  25 Ama Degbeon           C       6-2   Sr   ***  Grunberg, Germany (Grunberg)
  12 Nicole Ekhomu         G       5-9   So   *    Bolingbrook, IL (Joliet Catholic Academy)
  15 Kiah Gillespie        F       6-2   So-R      Meriden, CT (Capital Prep/Maryland)
   3 Sayawni Lassiter      G       5-10  Fr        Dorchester, MA (Newton North)
  11 Iho Lopez             F       6-2   Fr-R      Blanes, Spain (IMG Academies)
  20 Shakayla Thomas       F       5-11  Sr   ***  Sylacauga, AL (Sylacauga)
  50 Chatrice White        C       6-3   Sr   *    Shelby, NE (Shelby-Rising City/Illinois)
  31 Savannah Wilkinson    G       5-11  Fr        London, England (Barking Abbey)
  13 Nausia Woolfolk       G       5-9   So   *    Fort Valley, GA (Peach County)
  32 Imani Wright          G       5-9   Sr-R *    Hooks, TX (Liberty Eylau/Baylor)

2017-18 Roster - By Number

L
T                                             PY
R No Name                  Pos     Hgt   Cl   Ltr  Hometown (Prior School)
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
   3 Sayawni Lassiter      G       5-10  Fr        Dorchester, MA (Newton North)
   4 A.J. Alix             G       5-6   Sr-R      Houston, TX (Bellaire/Texas Christian)
  11 Iho Lopez             F       6-2   Fr-R      Blanes, Spain (IMG Academies)
  12 Nicole Ekhomu         G       5-9   So   *    Bolingbrook, IL (Joliet Catholic Academy)
  13 Nausia Woolfolk       G       5-9   So   *    Fort Valley, GA (Peach County)
  15 Kiah Gillespie        F       6-2   So-R      Meriden, CT (Capital Prep/Maryland)
  20 Shakayla Thomas       F       5-11  Sr   ***  Sylacauga, AL (Sylacauga)
  25 Ama Degbeon           C       6-2   Sr   ***  Grunberg, Germany (Grunberg)
  31 Savannah Wilkinson    G       5-11  Fr        London, England (Barking Abbey)
  32 Imani Wright          G       5-9   Sr-R *    Hooks, TX (Liberty Eylau/Baylor)
  50 Chatrice White        C       6-3   Sr   *    Shelby, NE (Shelby-Rising City/Illinois)

5/10/2017 - A'Tyanna Gaulden transferred to Arkansas.

2017-18 Schedules and Results

DATE
REF
LOC
OPPONENT
SCORE
11/10
Ref
H
NORTH FLORIDA W 109-51
11/12
Ref
A
JACKSONVILLE STATE W 75-51
11/17
Ref
A
FLORIDA W 84-54
11/19
Ref
A
GRAMBLING STATE W 96-53
11/24
Ref
H
SACRED HEART W 101-52
11/26
Ref
H
SAMFORD W 87-62
11/29
Ref
A
IOWA
ACC/B1G Challenge
W 94-93
12/03
Ref
A
JAMES MADISON W 79-63
12/07
Ref
H
STETSON W 84-39
12/10
Ref
H
ARIZONA STATE W 77-66
12/17
Ref
A
TEXAS L 72-87
12/21
Ref
A
CREIGHTON W 92-82
12/28
Ref
H
JACKSONVILLE W 82-50
12/31
Ref
H
NORTH CAROLINA W 103-65
01/04
Ref
A
CLEMSON W 69-47
01/07
Ref
A
SYRACUSE L 69-76
01/11
Ref
H
MIAMI W 105-67
01/14
Ref
H
VIRGINIA TECH W 107-62
01/18
 
A
WAKE FOREST  
01/21
 
A
LOUISVILLE  
01/28
 
H
NOTRE DAME  
02/01
 
A
NORTH CAROLINA STATE  
02/04
 
A
PITTSBURGH  
02/08
 
H
VIRGINIA  
02/11
 
A
MIAMI  
02/15
 
H
CLEMSON  
02/19
 
A
DUKE  
02/22
 
H
BOSTON COLLEGE  
02/25
 
H
GEORGIA TECH  
                Overall   Home    Away   Neutral
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FSU RECORD IS   16- 2     9- 0     7- 2     0- 0


2017-18 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 18 17 461 145 268 .541 0 2 .000 37 56 .661 327 18.2 51 75 126 7.0 42 0 13 23 7 14 Imani Wright 17 17 533 110 249 .442 58 140 .414 22 35 .629 300 17.6 7 46 53 3.1 31 1 42 22 1 18 A.J. Alix 18 18 542 84 179 .469 38 100 .380 20 26 .769 226 12.6 7 35 42 2.3 36 0 134 48 3 32 Nicole Ekhomu 18 4 489 65 136 .478 8 19 .421 66 78 .846 204 11.3 39 68 107 5.9 46 2 49 41 4 21 Nausia Woolfolk 17 0 406 64 147 .435 18 54 .333 27 36 .750 173 10.2 28 55 83 4.9 30 1 27 28 3 31 Chatrice White 18 17 420 61 133 .459 7 28 .250 40 51 .784 169 9.4 45 89 134 7.4 46 1 15 21 29 11 Ama Degbeon 18 17 455 49 74 .662 0 0 .000 24 43 .558 122 6.8 59 64 123 6.8 39 0 17 24 16 12 Savannah Wilkinson 16 0 163 17 33 .515 9 18 .500 2 4 .500 45 2.8 10 21 31 1.9 7 0 1 8 1 2 Iho Lopez 14 0 131 6 17 .353 0 0 .000 7 10 .700 19 1.4 8 23 31 2.2 20 0 1 12 9 7 Team 38 40 78 0.0 3 ============================================================================================================== FSU 18 601 1236 .486 138 361 .382 245 339 .723 1585 88.1 292 516 808 44.9 297 5 299 230 73 148 Opp 18 400 1088 .368 130 408 .319 190 265 .717 1120 62.2 187 373 560 31.1 304 4 229 296 33 107

FLORIDA STATE 109, NORTH FLORIDA 51
11/10/2017, TALLAHASSEE, FL

From the FSU Website, seminoles.com.

Florida State Women's Hoops Racks up 109 Points in Opening Rout.
The Seminoles defeated UNF 109-51 behind five double-figure scorers on Friday night.

TALLAHASSEE, FL -- Chatrice White had a career-high 21 points and 12 rebounds and Imani Wright added 17 points and eight assists to help Florida State beat North Florida 109-51 on Friday night in the season opener for both teams.

AJ Alix hit 5-of-8 3-pointers and finished with 17 points and Shakayla Thomas had 16 points and nine rebounds for Florida State. Nicki Ekhomu scored 18 of her 20 points in the second half and finished with 13 rebounds.

Wright found White for a layup within five seconds and Degbeon scored five points during a 9-2 opening run and the Seminoles never trailed. A jumper by Thomas gave the Seminoles a 10-point lead late in the first quarter and Alix hit three of Florida State's six second-quarter 3-pointers to make it 43-16 at halftime.

North Florida made just three of its first 16 field-goal attempts and finished shooting 30 percent, hitting just 4 of 21 from 3-point range.

Florida State outrebounded the Ospreys 62-22, including 23-7 on the offensive end, and scored 30 second-chance points. The Seminoles set a school record for points in a quarter with 36 in the third.

Keonna Farmer led North Florida with 17 points.

POST-GAME NOTES:

POST-GAME QUOTES:

AJ Alix, Redshirt Senior Guard
On her FSU debut:
"It was fun, I had fun. I like playing with this team, they give me confidence, and I try to do the same for them. My main focus is to get them the ball and to take my shots when I'm open, but my main focus on this team is to find my teammates when they're open."

On how much the pair of threes got her going:
"The first one when I shot it I missed it, and usually my teammates are usually like, "keep shooting," but I usually am looking for my teammates to score the ball, and to score 20 points a game. I'm satisfied with zero points a game as long as my teammates get to score."

On how the history of transfers to FSU impacted her decision to play here:
"With Tree [Chatrice], just seeing her transfer and seeing her win [ACC] Sixth Player of the Year, like that's big. Why not? Why not come here, why not play for Coach Sue? It was easy, transferring here was easy for me to decide, and I feel like I wouldn't want to play for any other coach in the country."

Chatrice White, Senior Center
On getting her first double-double of the season in the first game:
"It's great, first game out, a double-double is pretty cool. I think that it is just the standard that my coaches hold me to and expect day in and day out, so just to start off with a first game on that right note is a really great expectation for the rest of the season."

On improvements that have been made from last year to this year:
"Still working on playing through and playing through fouls and scoring through contact and stuff, but I've also worked a lot on my outside perimeter shooting, and just getting in the gym and shooting more shots and then crashing the boards from there."

On how having AJ improves FSU's transition game:
"It's great. Her vision for the rest of the court is great, so it makes me want to run the court even harder, because I know that she is going to reward me when I do. It's really fun to be able to get out and run and for the rest of our team to want to get up and go because we know when AJ gets the ball, she's just going to push it up to us."

On adapting to this new speed of play and transitions with AJ:
"I guess, I mean you see it there and you gotta get it there. Also as the season progresses, we're going to get more patient, and seeing what is our best pass and what's going to be our best shot as a team, and moving forward I think that those passes are going to be there, even though they're quicker, but we're going to be ready for them."

Head Coach Sue Semrau
Opening statement
"It was really nice to get back on the court and to see some things that we were able to do in a Division I game. We challenged them, and I thought that they responded pretty well. The stats are what I love. We outrebounded a team by 40. Defensively I still think that we have a lot to work on, but when you hold a team to 30 percent that's important. I though Farmer was great for them. She's a fifth year senior and we had seen her before at UAB and she's a great addition. Looking at Darrick and the way that they're building that program, I'm very excited for him. The other stat I really love is the balance we had scoring the ball, and that's something that's been a trademark of the program that we've built."

How much more pleasing is this compared to last year's season opener?
"I think this team is very different than last year's team. We're obviously not as deep so each player knows that they're going to be relied on. Sometimes that's good and sometimes they don't feel that sense of competition that this group has. The other thing they know is that we haven't arrived yet by any stretch."

What's it like having a point guard like AJ and the way she's able to pass the ball?
"She's special. It's not just coaching a point guard who has skill, it's coaching a point guard who has a heart and passion and can shoot the ball. That's a lot of stuff that she does for us, and that's why she came to Florida State. That's what she knew we needed her to come in and do and she knew that the people around her could make her a better point guard."

When AJ and Chatrice transferred over to FSU, did you expect them to make this immediate of an impact?
"Yes. No question. We don't just take anyone or any transfers. There are a lot of characteristics that they need to have. It's very specific who we'll take and who we won't. We knew what these guys could be on the court, but off the court is so much more important. They're so much better off the court than they even are on the court and that says a lot."

 
NO        NAME          GS MIN FGM FGA 3FGM 3FGA FTM FTA PTS   OREB DREB REB PF AST TO BLK STL
== ==================== == === === === ==== ==== === === ===   ==== ==== === == === == === ===
 4 A.J. Alix             g  31   6  10    5    8   0   0  17      0    1   1  1   5  1   0   4
20 Shakayla Thomas       f  23   8  15    0    1   0   0  16      5    4   9  4      1   0   0
25 Ama Degbeon           f  19   3   3    0    0   2   3   8      4    3   7  2   2  0   1   0
32 Imani Wright          g  31   6  14    4    8   1   2  17      2    3   5  1   8  3   0   0
50 Chatrice White        c  25   6  11    1    2   8   8  21      5    7  12  2   1  3   2   1
12 Nicole Ekhomu            27   7  13    0    2   6   7  20      4    9  13  1   3  1   1   1
13 Nausia Woolfolk          25   1   8    1    6   3   4   6      1    8   9  1   2  2   0   0
31 Savannah Wilkinson       19   2   4    0    1   0   0   4      2    1   3  2   1  2   0   1
   Team                                                                3   3                  
                     =========================================================================
   FSU                   5 200  39  78   11   28  20  24 109     23   39  62 14  22 13   4   7
   Opp                     200  20  66    4   21   7   8  51      7   15  22 21   4 15   0   6


  1 2 3 4 Total
NORTH FLORIDA
6
10
18
17
51
FLORIDA STATE
18
25
36
30
109

FLORIDA STATE 75, JACKSONVILLE STATE 51
11/12/2017, JACKSONVILLE, AL

From the FSU Website, seminoles.com.

Second-Half Defense Leads Seminoles to Road Win.
No. 18/14 Florida State Women's Basketball uses a 20-0 third quarter to defeat Jacksonville State 75-51 in Shakayla Thomas' homecoming game.

JACKSONVILLE, AL -- Shakayla Thomas scored 23 points for her 17th career 20-point game, and No. 18 Florida State used a 20-0 third quarter to beat Jacksonville State 75-51 on Sunday.

Jacksonville State's second-half scoring drought ended at 12 minutes, 59 seconds.

Nicki Ekhomu added 14 points and eight rebounds, and AJ Alix had 13 points and seven assists for Florida State (2-0), which is coming off its fourth-highest scoring game (109) in program history.

"We made some adjustments at halftime," FSU head coach Sue Semrau said after the game. "Having them execute those adjustments was huge. Jacksonville State was shooting contested jumpers in the second half and we rebounded the ball very well."

The Seminoles have only lost twice in their last 12 road openers.

Gretchen Morrison made six 3-pointers and scored 20 points for Jacksonville State (1-1), which was held to 29 percent shooting and turned it over 17 times.

JSU made nine of 16 3-pointers in the first half to stay within 38-35 of Florida State. The Seminoles were just 1 of 8 from distance in the half but still made 52 percent of their field goals.

POST-GAME NOTES:

 
NO        NAME          GS MIN FGM FGA 3FGM 3FGA FTM FTA PTS   OREB DREB REB PF AST TO BLK STL
== ==================== == === === === ==== ==== === === ===   ==== ==== === == === == === ===
 4 A.J. Alix             g  31   5   9    2    5   1   1  13      0    3   3  1   7  0   2   1
20 Shakayla Thomas       f  27  10  19    0    1   3   6  23      3    3   6  4   0  3   0   1
25 Ama Degbeon           f  29   0   0    0    0   2   4   2      2    3   5  2   0  1   1   1
32 Imani Wright          g  32   3   9    0    3   0   0   6      2    3   5  0   2  2   0   2
50 Chatrice White        c  17   2   6    1    2   0   0   5      1    4   5  5   0  1   1   0
12 Nicole Ekhomu            32   6  10    0    1   2   2  14      0    8   8  0   4  3   1   2
13 Nausia Woolfolk          21   1   5    0    2   3   3   5      0    2   2  2   0  0   1   2
31 Savannah Wilkinson       11   3   4    1    2   0   0   7      1    3   4  1   0  0   0   0
   Team                                                           3    2   5         1        
                     =========================================================================
   FSU                   5 200  30  62    4   16  11  16  75     12   31  43 15  13 11   6   9
   Opp                     200  17  59   10   27   7  10  51     13   23  36 16  13 17   5   2


  1 2 3 4 Total
FLORIDA STATE
13
25
20
17
75
JACKSONVILLE STATE
17
18
0
16
51

FLORIDA STATE 84, FLORIDA 54
11/17/2017, GAINESVILLE, FL

From the FSU Website, seminoles.com.

Seminoles Get Largest Road Win Ever at Florida.
Another breakaway third quarter propels No. 17/14 Florida State Women’s Hoops to an 84-54 win at the Gators.

GAINESVILLE, FL -- AJ Alix scored 26 points, guard Nicki Ekhomu had her second double-double with 14 points and 11 rebounds, and No. 17 Florida State beat rival Florida 84-54 on Friday night in the 77th meeting.

Florida State went on a 19-0 run, spanning halftime, to take a 47-26 lead with seven minutes left in the third quarter. Ekhomu scored 12 points in the first half and Alix added 11 as the Seminoles led 38-26 at halftime after closing on a 10-0 run. The Gators didn't score in the final 4:30 of the second quarter.

Florida was held to eight points in the second quarter and 13 in the third as the Gators were outscored 48-21.

Shakayla Thomas added 12 points and eight rebounds for Florida State (3-0), which had a 50-32 advantage on the glass. Imani Wright had 11 points and five assists.

Funda Nakkasoglu led Florida (1-2) with 18 points. The Gators shot just 32 percent, including 7 of 28 from distance.

FSU has won seven of the last nine meetings.

POST-GAME NOTES:

 
NO        NAME          GS MIN FGM FGA 3FGM 3FGA FTM FTA PTS   OREB DREB REB PF AST TO BLK STL
== ==================== == === === === ==== ==== === === ===   ==== ==== === == === == === ===
 4 A.J. Alix             g  28   9  13    6   10   2   4  26      0    0   0  1   3  2   0   0
20 Shakayla Thomas       f  26   5   9    0    0   2   2  12      1    7   8  2   0  0   0   0
25 Ama Degbeon           f  23   1   3    0    0   0   0   2      2    1   3  1   1  0   0   0
32 Imani Wright          g  23   4  11    3   10   0   0  11      0    4   4  3   5  1   0   0
50 Chatrice White        c  26   3   6    1    3   1   2   8      1   10  11  2   0  1   1   0
11 Iho Lopez                 9   1   2    0    0   0   0   2      1    2   3  1   0  0   1   0
12 Nicole Ekhomu            30   5  10    0    2   4   4  14      3    8  11  2   2  1   0   0
13 Nausia Woolfolk          23   3   8    1    3   0   0   7      3    2   5  0   3  0   0   0
31 Savannah Wilkinson       12   1   2    0    0   0   0   2      0    3   3  0   0  1   0   0
   Team                                                                2   2         1        
                     =========================================================================
   FSU                   5 200  32  64   11   28   9  12  84     11   39  50 12  14  7   2   0
   Opp                     200  21  65    7   28   5  13  54      9   23  32  9  10  6   0   3


  1 2 3 4 Total
FLORIDA STATE
18
20
28
18
84
FLORIDA
18
8
13
15
54

FLORIDA STATE 96, GRAMBLING STATE 53
11/19/2017, GRAMBLING, LA

From the FSU Website, seminoles.com.

Wright's Six 3-Pointers Lift Florida State over Grambling State.
Redshirt senior guard Imani Wright knocked down a career-high six treys in her "homecoming" game as No. 17/14 Florida State Women's Hoops defeated Grambling State 96-53.

GRAMBLING, LA - Playing at a school where both her parents starred, redshirt senior guard Imani Wright made the most of her trip back to Louisiana.

With several family and friends in attendance, Wright knocked down a career-high six 3-point field goals in a 96-53 rout over Grambling State on Sunday night. The six triples fall one short of the individual school record of seven held by three different players.

"This was very special to bring Imani back to a place where both her parents excelled at," FSU head coach Sue Semrau said. "We wanted to make it a good trip for her, and she really delivered with a great performance tonight."

Wright led six Seminoles in double figures with 22 points (8-of-23). Her father, Larry Wright, was one of the top players in the country while playing basketball at Grambling. He went on to enjoy a 12-year professional career which included a 1978 NBA Championship with the Washington Bullets.

Wright's mother, Bridgette Forte-Thomas, played a couple years at the University of Houston before also having a strong career when she transferred to Grambling.

POST-GAME NOTES:

 
NO        NAME          GS MIN FGM FGA 3FGM 3FGA FTM FTA PTS   OREB DREB REB PF AST TO BLK STL
== ==================== == === === === ==== ==== === === ===   ==== ==== === == === == === ===
 4 A.J. Alix             g  33   4  11    1    5   1   2  10      1    0   1  1  11  2   0   7
12 Nicole Ekhomu         g  23   4   7    1    1   8   8  17      6    3   9  2   2  2   0   1
20 Shakayla Thomas       f  26   7  11    0    0   4   5  18      4    4   8  2   0  1   1   1
32 Imani Wright          g  34   8  23    6   16   0   0  22      1    6   7  0   2  2   0   0
50 Chatrice White        c  22   4   7    1    2   2   4  11      2    4   6  3   2  1   1   1
11 Iho Lopez                 9   0   0    0    0   0   0   0      0    1   1  2   0  1   2   0
13 Nausia Woolfolk          21   4   8    0    2   2   2  10      4    4   8  2   1  4   0   4
25 Ama Degbeon              21   2   3    0    0   0   0   4      1    0   1  4   1  1   1   0
31 Savannah Wilkinson       11   2   3    0    0   0   0   4      1    3   4  0   0  0   0   0
   Team                                                           3    5   8                  
                     =========================================================================
   FSU                   5 200  35  73    9   26  17  21  96     23   30  53 16  19 14   5  14
   Opp                     200  19  58    6   26   9  15  53     11   17  28 18   9 19   5  10


  1 2 3 4 Total
FLORIDA STATE
27
22
26
21
96
GRAMBLING STATE
20
17
6
10
53

FLORIDA STATE 101, SACRED HEART 52
11/24/2017, TALLAHASSEE, FL

From the FSU Website, seminoles.com.

Thomas’ 28 Leads No. 13/11 Florida State Past Sacred Heart.
Senior forward Shakayla Thomas took over Friday’s game to pace the Seminoles to a 101-52 win.

TALLAHASSEE, FL – Shakayla Thomas had 28 points and eight rebounds, Chatrice White and Ama Degbeon each had a double-double, and No. 13 Florida State breezed by Sacred Heart 101-52 on Friday.

Thomas' 18th career 20-point game helped Florida State to its first 5-0 start since the 2012-13 season.

“I feel like my teammates put me in good position to make easy shots (today),” Thomas said after the game. “They made easy passes for easy buckets. I feel like this one goes out to them.”

White finished with 15 points and 16 rebounds, and Degbeon had 11 points and 13 boards. Imani Wright added 20 points for Florida State, which had 24 assists on 38 field goals and outrebounded Sacred Heart 56-35. AJ Alix was three assists shy of the program's single-game record of 15.

Florida State scored its most first-quarter points of the season with 29 and had 60-plus in a half for the second time this season in taking a 31-point lead.

Erin Storck led Sacred Heart (2-3) with 16 points and four 3-pointers. Adrianne Hagood added 12 points for the Pioneers, who were 15-of-56 shooting.

POST-GAME NOTES:

 
NO        NAME          GS MIN FGM FGA 3FGM 3FGA FTM FTA PTS   OREB DREB REB PF AST TO BLK STL
== ==================== == === === === ==== ==== === === ===   ==== ==== === == === == === ===
 4 A.J. Alix             g  27   2   7    2    5   0   0   6      0    2   2  1  12  1   1   3
20 Shakayla Thomas       f  26  13  23    0    0   2   3  28      2    6   8  2   2  3   0   2
25 Ama Degbeon           f  20   4   5    0    0   3   6  11      9    4  13  1   1  3   1   0
32 Imani Wright          g  29   8  14    4    8   0   0  20      0    1   1  1   0  2   0   1
50 Chatrice White        c  22   4  10    0    3   7   7  15      3   13  16  4   1  1   2   0
11 Iho Lopez                22   3   6    0    0   0   0   6      3    2   5  4   0  2   1   1
12 Nicole Ekhomu            28   1   7    0    0   5   7   7      1    3   4  1   4  1   0   2
13 Nausia Woolfolk          26   3   7    0    1   2   3   8      1    6   7  2   4  1   0   3
                     =========================================================================
   FSU                   5 200  38  79    6   17  19  26 101     19   37  56 16  24 14   5  12
   Opp                     200  15  56    8   29  14  25  52      9   26  35 20   8 25   0   5


  1 2 3 4 Total
SACRED HEART
14
17
10
11
52
FLORIDA STATE
29
33
19
20
101

FLORIDA STATE 87, SAMFORD 62
11/26/2017, TALLAHASSEE, FL

From the FSU Website, seminoles.com.

Seminoles Reach Best Six-Game Start Since 2012.
Senior forward Shakayla Thomas' 29 points help No. 13/11 Florida State defeat Samford 87-62; first 6-0 start since 2012-13.

TALLAHASSEE, FL -- Shakayla Thomas scored 29 points, Ama Degbeon had a double-double and No. 13 Florida State rolled to an 87-62 win over Samford on Sunday.

Imani Wright and Nausia Woolfolk added 14 points apiece for the Seminoles (6-0). Thomas was 12-of-17 shooting and Degbeon had 11 points and 11 rebounds plus three blocks.

"We've been good at halftime adjustments this season," FSU head coach Sue Semrau said following the game. "We needed to get back to the fundamentals. We had to be more patient on offense and aggressive on defense."

Hannah Nichols scored half of her 20 points in the first half and the Bulldogs (2-4) overcame 3 of 12 shooting in the first quarter to trail 37-29 at the half. Then Thomas took over, going 8 of 11 from the field and making all four of her field goals for 20 points. She had 12 points in the fourth quarter including 10 in row with two 3-point plays to finish three points shy of her career high. FSU shot 20 of 37 in the second half.

FSU's last 6-0 start was five years ago.

Samantha Fitzgerald added 14 points for Samford.

POST-GAME NOTES:

 
NO        NAME          GS MIN FGM FGA 3FGM 3FGA FTM FTA PTS   OREB DREB REB PF AST TO BLK STL
== ==================== == === === === ==== ==== === === ===   ==== ==== === == === == === ===
 4 A.J. Alix             g  26   2   8    1    5   0   0   5      0    4   4  2   5  3   0   5
20 Shakayla Thomas       f  26  12  17    0    0   5   8  29      3    2   5  1   0  3   0   0
25 Ama Degbeon           f  31   5   7    0    0   1   2  11      3    8  11  3   2  1   3   1
32 Imani Wright          g  32   6  12    2    6   0   0  14      0    2   2  2   2  0   0   1
50 Chatrice White        c  24   3   8    0    2   2   3   8      4    2   6  3   0  2   1   0
11 Iho Lopez                 7   0   1    0    0   0   0   0      0    0   0  1   0  2   0   0
12 Nicole Ekhomu            26   2   7    0    0   2   2   6      1    3   4  2   4  2   0   1
13 Nausia Woolfolk          25   5   7    1    1   3   4  14      1    4   5  0   0  1   0   3
31 Savannah Wilkinson        3   0   1    0    1   0   0   0      1    0   1  0   0  0   0   0
   Team                                                           1    2   3                  
                     =========================================================================
   FSU                   5 200  35  68    4   15  13  19  87     14   27  41 14  13 14   4  11
   Opp                     200  21  50   12   27   8  12  62      3   19  22 21  16 18   1   5


  1 2 3 4 Total
SAMFORD
8
21
14
19
62
FLORIDA STATE
18
19
20
30
87

FLORIDA STATE 94, IOWA 93
11/29/2017, IOWA CITY, IA, ACC/B1G Challenge

From the FSU Website, seminoles.com.

No. 13/11 Seminoles Come Back to Defeat Iowa.
The Seminoles overcome a 12-point deficit with seven minutes left to top the high-scoring Hawkeyes 94-93.

IOWA CITY, IA - Shakayla Thomas scored 31 points, 17 in the fourth quarter, and Imani Wright added 26 points as No. 13 Florida State erased a 12-point deficit in the fourth quarter to defeat Iowa 94-93 on Wednesday night in the Big Ten/ACC Challenge.

Megan Gustafson, who scored 34 points on 15-of-18 shooting, scored the first six points of an 8-0 run to end the third quarter and the first four points of the fourth quarter to put Iowa (7-1) ahead 75-63. Thomas, who also had 10 rebounds, ended the run and then had the first basket and the last 11 points in a 15-2 run that put the Seminoles up 80-79 with 3:13 to play.

"It was do or die," FSU head coach Sue Semrau said of the game. "We had to make a choice and I believed in them. This was a big win for us.

"This game was about what Shakayla did on the defensive end in the fourth quarter," Semrau added. "I know she can do that other stuff and play well offensively. She really cut it loose defensively."

The teams traded the lead with big 3s and free throws, with Gustafson tying the game at 85 with a pair of free throws with 48 seconds to go. Wright answered with a 3 and after a steal by Thomas, A.J. Alix made two free throws with 24.7 for a 91-86 lead. Tania Davis knocked down a 3-pointer for the Hawkeyes with 17.2 seconds to go.

Both teams then went 1 of 2 from the line before Thomas made it a two-possession game with two foul shots with five seconds left. Davis ended it with a 3 at the buzzer.

FSU (7-0) is 9-2 in the challenge with its current six-game winning streak, the longest of any school.

POST-GAME NOTES:

 
NO        NAME          GS MIN FGM FGA 3FGM 3FGA FTM FTA PTS   OREB DREB REB PF AST TO BLK STL
== ==================== == === === === ==== ==== === === ===   ==== ==== === == === == === ===
 4 A.J. Alix             g  34   4  10    1    4   2   2  11      1    1   2  3   8  3   0   1
12 Nicole Ekhomu         g  27   1   6    0    0   3   4   5      1    0   1  4   5  1   0   1
20 Shakayla Thomas       f  30  14  23    0    0   3   4  31      5    5  10  2   0  0   1   2
25 Ama Degbeon           c  29   5   6    0    0   2   4  12      6    3   9  1   1  2   1   2
32 Imani Wright          g  36   8  23    7   17   3   4  26      0    4   4  3   4  0   0   1
13 Nausia Woolfolk          22   2   9    1    4   0   0   5      3    3   6  1   1  1   0   5
31 Savannah Wilkinson        1   0   0    0    0   0   0   0      0    0   0  0   0  0   0   0
50 Chatrice White           21   1   6    0    2   2   2   4      0    3   3  4   3  0   0   2
   Team                                                           3        3                  
                     =========================================================================
   FSU                   5 200  35  83    9   27  15  20  94     19   19  38 18  22  7   2  14
   Opp                     200  36  59    7   16  14  15  93      5   31  36 12  28 21   4   3


  1 2 3 4 Total
FLORIDA STATE
25
19
19
31
94
IOWA
31
17
23
22
93

FLORIDA STATE 79, JAMES MADISON 63
12/03/2017, HARRISONBURG, VA

From the FSU Website, seminoles.com.

Big Second Half Helps No. 13/11 Florida State Get Past James Madison.
Senior Shakayla Thomas continues her torrid stretch with 26 points as FSU Women's Hoops defeats the Dukes 79-63.

HARRISONBURG, VA - Shakayla Thomas scored 26 points and No. 13 Florida State beat James Madison 79-63 on Sunday.

Thomas scored 10 points on 5-of-5 shooting in the third quarter when the Seminoles went from a one-point halftime deficit to a 10-point lead.

Lexie Barrier and Kamiah Smalls hit 3-pointers for the Dukes to open the fourth but Thomas responded with a pair of baskets for an eight-point lead. After the teams exchanged baskets, another Barrier 3-pointer with 5:12 to go cut the lead to five but the Dukes didn't score again.

Thomas reached 20 points for the fifth time this season. She was 13-of-22 shooting. Nausia Woolfolk and AJ Alix scored 12 points each and Imani Wright added 11.

The Seminoles are 8-0 for the first time since the 2009-10 season and the third time in program history.

Kelly Koshuta scored 19 points and Smalls 16 for James Madison (2-5).

POST-GAME NOTES:

 
NO        NAME          GS MIN FGM FGA 3FGM 3FGA FTM FTA PTS   OREB DREB REB PF AST TO BLK STL
== ==================== == === === === ==== ==== === === ===   ==== ==== === == === == === ===
 4 A.J. Alix             g  31   4   8    2    5   2   4  12      0    1   1  4   9  3   0   0
20 Shakayla Thomas       f  34  13  22    0    0   0   0  26      2    2   4  3   2  1   0   1
25 Ama Degbeon           f  21   1   2    0    0   3   3   5      0    3   3  4   1  0   0   0
32 Imani Wright          g  35   3   8    1    4   4   6  11      0    4   4  2   1  2   0   1
50 Chatrice White        c  25   3   8    0    2   3   4   9      3    5   8  2   1  2   2   0
11 Iho Lopez                 1   0   0    0    0   0   0   0      0    0   0  1   0  0   0   0
12 Nicole Ekhomu            19   1   1    0    0   2   3   4      0    1   1  3   2  3   0   1
13 Nausia Woolfolk          30   5  12    1    4   1   3  12      1    6   7  2   3  1   1   0
31 Savannah Wilkinson        4   0   0    0    0   0   0   0      1    0   1  0   0  2   0   0
   Team                                                           5    4   9                  
                     =========================================================================
   FSU                   5 200  30  61    4   15  15  23  79     12   26  38 21  19 14   3   3
   Opp                     200  21  65    8   27  13  18  63     17   23  40 22  12 16   0   7


  1 2 3 4 Total
FLORIDA STATE
15
17
30
17
79
JAMES MADISON
19
14
19
11
63

FLORIDA STATE 84, STETSON 39
12/07/2017, TALLAHASSEE, FL

From the FSU Website, seminoles.com.

Noles Power Past Stetson.
AJ Alix's 19 points lead five FSU double-figure scorers in 84-39 win over the Hatters.

TALLAHASSEE, FL - AJ Alix hit five 3-pointers and scored 19 points and No. 13 Florida State cruised to an 84-39 win over Stetson on Thursday night.

Nicki Ekhomu added 16 points off the bench, Imani Wright had 13, and Chatrice White and Ama Degbeon added 12 points apiece for the Seminoles (9-0). White also had 11 rebounds and five blocks.

Shakayla Thomas, who averaged 28.5 points in the previous four games, only scored eight on 4-of-12 shooting but moved into third on the FSU career field goal list with 686.

Ekhomu and Alix hit back-to-back 3-pointers as the Seminoles closed the first quarter with a 10-0 run to lead 19-8. Alix then opened the second quarter with back-to-back 3s and the Hatters never challenged. It was 38-21 at the half with FSU shooting 52 percent, including 5 of 9 3-pointers. Stetson shot 30 percent, going 3 of 13 from distance. Alix had 14 points, on 5-of-6 shooting, including 4 of 4 treys.

FSU finished the game 9 of 18 from long range and shot 54 percent overall with a 46-26 rebounding advantage. Alix was 7-of-9 shooting and had six assists.

Brittney Chambers scored 19 points for Stetson (6-5).

POST-GAME NOTES

POST-GAME QUOTES

Head Coach Sue Semrau
On how Florida State has been like a family:
"I think that's what Florida State is. That started with coach [Bobby] Bowden years ago. We have all gone out of our way to be about each other and about family. I love what our players do. It is fun to be a part of that."

On the performance of the team before halftime:
"I didn't have to say anything to them. They knew that they weren't playing their best. I think that there has been a kind of anxious excitement about what is coming up on Sunday. This is a team that doesn't overlook their opponents but they also know what they can do and what we need to do to do that. I think we just made some careless mistakes but we corrected that in the second half."

On the focus of the team as final exam week approaches:
"This team is very business-like. They are a group that gets along very well and are really a cool group of people. I think that we aren't going to be thinking a lot about finals until Sunday comes up. They'll take care of what they need to. They do that all the time in the classroom but Sunday is a big game for us."

On the defense holding Stetson to 24 percent shooting from the field:
"That's our goal. In the first half, that didn't feel like the case. It was 35 percent in the second quarter. But they turned it around. In the third quarter it was 20 percent and in the fourth quarter it was 16 percent. [Florida State] is that talented."

Redshirt Senior Point Guard AJ Alix
On the sense of family since coming to FSU:
"I got it when I was getting recruited, so that was amazing to me. To just be able to call the coaches here and talk about life and just see what's going on with them. So I feel like, yes, since I stepped on campus it's just been a family atmosphere and I love it."

On feeling comfortable shooting:
"It starts with my teammates, I'm looking to get them the ball all the time, and when I'm looking to get them the ball my shot starts to open up. So just being around them, and them giving me confidence, and telling me 'shoot the ball, shoot the ball,' I think that's a pretty good feeling."

On going down with an apparent injury in the third quarter:
"I just got a little elbow to the face. I needed to take a little breather for a second. Yeah it was just a little elbow to the face, I tried to get over a screen, just an elbow, but I'm fine though."

Sophomore Guard Nicole Ekhomu
On stepping up more in her sophomore season:
"The coaches told me I've kind of been lax lately, so they tell me to just find that aggression again and keep doing better."

On mindset coming off the bench:
"Just be in attack mode and just be an impact player. I have great scorers around me at all times, so that makes it easy for me because I know if I'm attacking on AJ's side, her man can't really help off her because she is such a great shooter. It's just easy to play with them because everybody is great."

 
NO        NAME          GS MIN FGM FGA 3FGM 3FGA FTM FTA PTS   OREB DREB REB PF AST TO BLK STL
== ==================== == === === === ==== ==== === === ===   ==== ==== === == === == === ===
 4 A.J. Alix             g  25   7   9    5    6   0   0  19      0    2   2  1   6  2   0   1
20 Shakayla Thomas       f  25   4  12    0    0   0   0   8      2    8  10  1   0  0   1   0
25 Ama Degbeon           f  27   6   6    0    0   0   2  12      3    4   7  0   1  0   0   0
32 Imani Wright          g  25   5  14    2    7   1   2  13      0    1   1  0   2  1   0   2
50 Chatrice White        c  28   5   8    0    1   2   3  12      3    8  11  1   1  2   5   2
11 Iho Lopez                19   2   3    0    0   0   0   4      1    1   2  2   1  0   2   1
12 Nicole Ekhomu            31   6  10    2    2   2   2  16      1    6   7  2   4  5   0   1
31 Savannah Wilkinson       20   0   3    0    2   0   0   0      1    3   4  0   0  1   0   0
   Team                                                           2        2                  
                     =========================================================================
   FSU                   5 200  35  65    9   18   5   9  84     13   33  46  7  15 11   8   7
   Opp                     200  14  57    3   20   8  10  39      8   18  26 10   3 13   3   7


  1 2 3 4 Total
STETSON
8
13
10
8
39
FLORIDA STATE
19
19
26
20
84

FLORIDA STATE 77, ARIZONA STATE 66
12/10/2017, TALLAHASSEE, FL

From the FSU Website, seminoles.com.

Big Start Leads No. 13/10 Seminoles to Win over Arizona State.
A 27-11 advantage through the first quarter coupled with 22 points from Imani Wright brings Florida State Women's Basket. by Steve Stone

TALLAHASSEE, FL – Imani Wright scored 22 points, Shakayla Thomas and AJ Alix had double-doubles and No. 13 Florida State used a big first quarter to turn back Arizona State 77-66 on Sunday.

Thomas had 15 points and 10 rebounds for the Seminoles (10-0) and Alix 14 points with 11 assists. Imani had her fourth 20-point game and with three 3-pointers reached 100 for her career. FSU is 10-0 for the third time ever, and two shy of its best start ever.

Reili Richardson led the Sun Devils (7-3) with a career-high 18 points, Robbi Ryan added 15 and Kianna Ibis 11 with nine rebounds.

Alix had the first five points of the game as the Seminoles jumped on to an 8-0 lead and made three free throws with 41 seconds left for a 27-11 lead after one quarter. ASU cut it to 46-37 at the half but a 10-2 run late in the third quarter helped Florida State to a comfortable 65-51 lead entering the fourth quarter.

A 3 and layup by Ryan got the Sun Devils within eight early in the fourth quarter but an 0 for 5 dry spell over 3:07 late stopped the threat.

The defensive minded teams came into the game allowing 53.6 (ASU) and 57.6 points (FSU).

POST-GAME NOTES

PLAYER QUOTES:

Florida State Forward Shakayla Thomas
On the physicality of the game:
“We came out there and we had our mindset on what we had planned, so we just attacked them the way we knew how.”

On the mindset of the team after the big first quarter lead:
“Just to keep the same energy that we had, keep that same energy that we had throughout the whole game, and we can play with anybody. So we needed the same energy, the same intensity, and that’s exactly what we did.”

Florida State Guard Imani Wright
On the Texas game coming up:
“Last year we felt that one got away from us, and I’m excited to go back, especially with the group of girls we have now and just compete at a high level. I love games like this so I’m excited for it.”

On her performance in Sunday’s game:
“Having the confidence to take those shots when they were open and my teammates being able to find me, and having the confidence in me. I think I get some of my energy from them just telling me to keep shooting and keep playing hard.”

On her teammate AJ Alix:
“AJ’s a really great point guard and she does really great things for us, she keeps us calm in those moments when things kind of get hectic, and just her presence makes us a much better basketball team.”

Coach Sue Quotes:
Opening Statement:
“This was a great basketball game for us; we have so much respect for Arizona State and the way they defend. I thought it was going to be a great matchup and it was. I think the one thing we can do is, Brittany Brown was watching this game and her teammate is Quinn Dornstauder from Arizona State. So they were roommates and it was kind of a matchup between the two, so hopefully we did Brittany proud a bit too.”

On building a lead in the first quarter:
“They have been starting well in practice, and I think that’s been a change that we’ve seen over the last couple of days. They’ve paid a lot of attention to detail and you can tell. They came out and they were focused and knew what they needed to do and had the courage to go do it.”

On the improvement of Imani Wright since her transfer from Baylor:
“Everybody says ‘Imani’s a three-point shooter,’ but Imani’s a player. Imani defends, she doesn’t rebound, we don’t let her rebound on the offensive end. But she provides our transition defense, a lot of communication. You can see now she’s turning some of those threes down to go to her pull-up jumper, she can get to the rim, she’s just a really special player.”

On importance of regaining momentum when ASU cut into lead:
“Well I thought two things, I thought Shakayla hadn’t scored much in the first half, and I knew Imani could score if she could stay out of foul trouble. So when we’re not playing our best, and that’s happening, then I know that we can turn it. We have a lot of weapons on the offensive end and coming up with some key defensive rebounds and pushing the ball the way that we were able to, I thought that was huge. To have two kids having double doubles, one with assists, I think that’s special too.”

On team’s response to ASU’s toughness:
“I have to credit our scout guys; they did an amazing job two days in practice to prepare us for this. Now the next game is going to be even tougher. And that’s what we wanted to do is just continue to step up our game to be able to compete with the best in the country.”

On what’s next for the team:
“We’re going to really focus on our finals here the next couple of days. That’s the most important thing they do here, they’re great students. So they have to have some time to really focus on that. I’ve found that finals week can be a really interesting time for exam brain. But we’ll make sure we keep in shape, stay sharp with our rhythm, but we’ll give them some time away to make sure they study and get ready. I think we did what we needed to do to take that step forward, but we still have to take that next step. We’re not going to just blow this week off, we’ve got a big game next weekend and towards the end of the week we’ll make sure we are prepared for that.”

On if they came up with a strategy to limit ASU Guard Reili Richardson:
“Not really. We came in with a plan to shut down their post game. They really love to pound it in the post and Reili hasn’t been scoring as much when you look at her percentages. She stepped up and did a great job picking up the slack, but when you look, our game plan was to limit scoring in the paint and it was 40 to 16, so we executed our game plan and that was huge.”

On instilling Florida State’s mindset into transfer players:
“I don’t. It’s them. They made the choice to be here and they make it special for each other. It’s not about me, it’s not about them, they make it special. This group is really fun. Really fun to coach and that one possession, oh my gosh that one possession that we just threw the ball, how many passes was that? It was like five or six and Nausia Woolfolk finishes it off with a three. This team is so selfless and it’s really fun that that’s what they’re competing for is the name on the front and not the name on the back.”

 
NO        NAME          GS MIN FGM FGA 3FGM 3FGA FTM FTA PTS   OREB DREB REB PF AST TO BLK STL
== ==================== == === === === ==== ==== === === ===   ==== ==== === == === == === ===
 4 A.J. Alix             g  34   5   9    1    5   3   3  14      0    3   3  2  11  3   0   2
20 Shakayla Thomas       f  33   7  13    0    0   1   2  15      2    8  10  1   0  2   1   2
25 Ama Degbeon           f  31   4   5    0    0   1   2   9      3    2   5  2   0  0   0   1
32 Imani Wright          g  30   9  17    3    5   1   1  22      0    3   3  3   2  0   0   1
50 Chatrice White        c  21   2   6    0    1   0   0   4      1    2   3  2   0  0   0   1
11 Iho Lopez                 1   0   0    0    0   0   0   0      0    0   0  0   0  0   0   0
12 Nicole Ekhomu            30   2   7    0    1   3   4   7      3    3   6  4   3  4   0   0
13 Nausia Woolfolk          16   2   6    1    2   1   1   6      0    3   3  0   0  1   0   0
31 Savannah Wilkinson        4   0   0    0    0   0   0   0      0    0   0  0   0  0   0   0
   Team                                                           2    2   4                  
                     =========================================================================
   FSU                   5 200  31  63    5   14  10  13  77     11   26  37 14  16 10   1   7
   Opp                     200  25  63    9   22   7   8  66     10   19  29 11  10 10   0   4


  1 2 3 4 Total
ARIZONA STATE
11
26
14
15
66
FLORIDA STATE
27
19
19
12
77

TEXAS 87, FLORIDA STATE 72
12/17/2017, AUSTIN, TX

From the FSU Website, seminoles.com.

No. 12/10 Florida State Falls at No. 8 Texas.
Redshirt senior guard AJ Alix scores 21 points in the 87-72 loss.

AUSTIN, TX – Brooke McCarty returned from a hip injury to score a season-high 24 points, leading No. 8 Texas over No. 12 Florida State 87-72 Sunday.

McCarty, a senior guard, missed one game. She appeared just fine against Florida State, making 10 of 13 shots and adding six assists.

Ariel Atkins had 17 points, eight rebounds and four steals for Texas (9-1). Lashann Higgs had 15 points and four steals, and Jatarie White added 10 points and 12 rebounds.

AJ Alix led Florida State (10-1) with 21 points, including 5 3-pointers, and had eight assists. Shakayla Thomas scored 19.

POST-GAME NOTES

 
NO        NAME          GS MIN FGM FGA 3FGM 3FGA FTM FTA PTS   OREB DREB REB PF AST TO BLK STL
== ==================== == === === === ==== ==== === === ===   ==== ==== === == === == === ===
 4 A.J. Alix             g  37   8  13    5    8   0   0  21      0    1   1  2   8  7   0   0
20 Shakayla Thomas       f  34   8  17    0    0   3   4  19      1    2   3  2   1  1   1   0
25 Ama Degbeon           f  27   1   3    0    0   0   0   2      2    4   6  3   1  1   0   1
32 Imani Wright          g  37   4  12    2    7   0   2  10      0    6   6  3   2  2   1   1
50 Chatrice White        c  24   1   3    1    2   0   0   3      1    5   6  2   0  0   5   0
12 Nicole Ekhomu            24   3   8    1    3   0   0   7      2    0   2  5   1  3   0   0
13 Nausia Woolfolk          17   4   8    2    5   0   0  10      3    0   3  3   1  3   0   1
   Team                                                                5   5                  
                     =========================================================================
   FSU                   5 200  29  64   11   25   3   6  72      9   23  32 20  14 17   7   3
   Opp                     200  35  76    5   15  12  16  87     19   27  46 10  16 11   2   9


  1 2 3 4 Total
FLORIDA STATE
23
17
16
16
72
TEXAS
26
15
22
24
87

FLORIDA STATE 92, CREIGHTON 82
12/21/2017, OMAHA, NE

From the FSU Website, seminoles.com.

Creighton Runs into 'White Christmas' on Thursday Night.
Senior center Chatrice White notches a double-double in her home state to help send Florida State Women's Hoops with a win before the holidays.

OMAHA, NE - Chatrice White returned to her home state and had 19 points and 11 rebounds to help No. 13 Florida State beat Creighton 92-82 on Thursday night.

The Seminoles (11-1) bounced back from an 87-72 loss to No. 8 Texas on Sunday. Creighton (6-4) had its three-game win streak snapped despite hitting 17 of 35 (49 percent) from 3-point range.

White, a Shelby-Rising City prep star and the first Nebraska high school female to be named a McDonald's All-American in 2014, scored two points and had three rebounds as the Seminoles outscored Creighton 18-9 in the third quarter, and opened the fourth on a 5-0 spurt for a 71-60 lead.

Temi Carda made a layup and Audrey Faber a 3-pointer to pull the Bluejays to 71-65 but they didn't get closer.

AJ Alix scored nine of her 17 points in the second half for Florida State. Imani Wright added 16 points and made three 3-pointers as the Seminoles had six players finish in double-figure scoring.

Faber scored 30 points and made seven 3-pointers to lead Creighton.

POST-GAME NOTES

 
NO        NAME          GS MIN FGM FGA 3FGM 3FGA FTM FTA PTS   OREB DREB REB PF AST TO BLK STL
== ==================== == === === === ==== ==== === === ===   ==== ==== === == === == === ===
 4 A.J. Alix             g  34   6  10    1    2   4   5  17      2    4   6  2   6  0   0   1
20 Shakayla Thomas       f  17   3   7    0    0   0   0   6      1    4   5  3   1  1   0   2
25 Ama Degbeon           f  29   6   9    0    0   0   0  12      4    2   6  3   1  0   2   0
32 Imani Wright          g  37   6  11    3    6   1   1  16      0    3   3  3   3  0   0   0
50 Chatrice White        c  27   7  13    1    1   4   5  19      7    4  11  1   0  1   1   0
11 Iho Lopez                 2   0   0    0    0   2   2   2      0    0   0  0   0  0   0   0
12 Nicole Ekhomu            24   4   8    0    0   2   4  10      1    6   7  5   1  4   1   0
13 Nausia Woolfolk          25   3  11    0    3   4   5  10      1    3   4  3   1  1   0   2
31 Savannah Wilkinson        5   0   1    0    0   0   0   0      0    0   0  0   0  1   0   0
   Team                                                           1    1   2                  
                     =========================================================================
   FSU                   5 200  35  70    5   12  17  22  92     17   27  44 20  13  8   4   5
   Opp                     200  28  66   17   35   9  13  82     12   22  34 17  23 10   4   2


  1 2 3 4 Total
FLORIDA STATE
19
30
18
25
92
CREIGHTON
25
26
9
22
82

FLORIDA STATE 82, JACKSONVILLE 50
12/28/2017, TALLAHASSEE, FL

From the FSU Website, seminoles.com.

Balanced Scoring Helps No. 13 Seminoles Defeat Jacksonville.
Four double-figure scorers, led by Imani Wright's 24, push Florida State Women's Basketball to 12-1 following an 82-50 win over the Dolphins.

TALLAHASSEE, FL - Imani Wright scored 24 points, leading four into double figures, as 13th-ranked Florida State defeated Jacksonville 82-50 on Thursday night -- the 11th time in 13 games four or more have reached double-figure scoring for the Seminoles.

Shakayla Thomas scored 18 points, Chatrice White and Nicki Ekhomu added 14 apiece and Florida State (12-1) shot 50.8 percent for the game -- 58 percent in the final quarter -- while holding Jacksonville (9-5) to 35-percent shooting and scoring 26 points off 23 turnovers. The Seminoles are 4-0 against other Florida schools this season.

Thomas, shooting 7 of 12 from the floor, is tied with Natasha Howard for second in the FSU record books with 711 career field goals made. AJ Alix had 11 of Florida State's 15 assists.

Florida State hosts North Carolina on Sunday to open ACC play at 2 p.m.

The Dolphins, the top defensive team in the Atlantic Sun Conference, held FSU to its fewest points against an ASUN opponent this season after the Seminoles scored 109 on North Florida and 84 on Stetson.

Jasmyn Brown led Jacksonville with 12 points.

POST-GAME NOTES

 
NO        NAME          GS MIN FGM FGA 3FGM 3FGA FTM FTA PTS   OREB DREB REB PF AST TO BLK STL
== ==================== == === === === ==== ==== === === ===   ==== ==== === == === == === ===
 4 A.J. Alix             g  29   2   7    0    2   1   1   5      2    3   5  3  11  4   0   3
20 Shakayla Thomas       f  24   7  12    0    0   4   6  18      1    2   3  3   0  1   1   2
25 Ama Degbeon           f  25   1   4    0    0   0   0   2      3    4   7  2   1  1   1   1
32 Imani Wright          g  29   9  17    3    8   3   4  24      0    2   2  0   0  2   0   1
50 Chatrice White        c  24   6  10    0    1   2   2  14      3    1   4  1   1  1   3   1
11 Iho Lopez                10   0   0    0    0   1   2   1      0    2   2  1   0  0   0   0
12 Nicole Ekhomu            28   5   6    2    2   2   2  14      3    1   4  2   1  1   0   2
13 Nausia Woolfolk          21   2   6    0    1   0   0   4      2    1   3  2   1  2   0   3
31 Savannah Wilkinson       10   0   1    0    1   0   0   0      0    2   2  0   0  0   1   0
   Team                                                           3        3                  
                     =========================================================================
   FSU                   5 200  32  63    5   15  13  17  82     17   18  35 14  15 12   6  13
   Opp                     200  19  55    6   18   6  10  50     17   14  31 15  11 23   1   8


  1 2 3 4 Total
JACKSONVILLE
12
13
13
12
50
FLORIDA STATE
22
16
22
22
82

FLORIDA STATE 103, NORTH CAROLINA 65
12/31/2017, TALLAHASSEE, FL

From the FSU Website, seminoles.com.

Imani Wright's Eight 3's Top Tar Heels.
The redshirt senior records a new school record from beyond the arc in a 103-65 win.

TALLAHASSEE, FL -- Imani Wright sank a school record eight 3-pointers and finished with a career-best 33 points to propel No. 13 Florida State to a 103-65 win over North Carolina in an Atlantic Coast Conference opener Sunday.

Wright missed just four of her 12 shots from behind the arc and finished with 11-for-18 shooting overall as Florida State (13-1) dominated from long range, sinking 10 of 20 while holding North Carolina to just 1 for 13.

Shakayla Thomas added 22 points and grabbed 13 rebounds, Nicki Ekhomu had 19 points and Nausia Woolfolk got 13 for the Seminoles, who also controlled the glass 47-22.

After a tight first quarter, Florida State opened the second quarter with an 18-3 run to make it 41-24 and took a 57-36 advantage into the halftime break. Wright had three 3-pointers during the breakaway run and Ekhomu had one.

Janelle Bailey and Paris Kea led North Carolina (10-4) with 17 points apiece and Jamie Cherry added 10 points.

POST-GAME NOTES

POST-GAME QUOTES

Coach Sue Opening Statement:
"The thing I'm most proud of is the way we played with so much intensity. You can always see that on the boards, as we always want to get 45 percent of our offensive rebounds and we got 57 percent of those rebounds today. We always want to try to get 75 percent of defensive rebounds and today we got 87 percent of them. That was the difference maker today, and it was great to see Shakalya going to the offensive glass and Imani protecting the defensive glass. To see Imani get a record high 3-pters in a game was really fun to watch and to see our team celebrate with her is really awesome."

On the team's performance:
"We have to continue to grow and get better, and certainly we aren't satisfied with the things we did in a lot of areas today, so we can celebrate this one for a while, as it was obviously a great win over a storied team like North Carolina. But now we have to put this game behind us and get ready for the next game. Our team prepared very well for today and now we have to prepare for Clemson."

On the Importance of having Imani and Shakalya:
"I think having the inside out punch is very special. And then having players come in and give us a ton of energy and find these two is something special. They are our scorers and when we are finding them it's fun to coach."

Imani Wright

On Career high game:
"I think it's working hard in practice and putting in those reps at full speed is something I'm trying to work on. It's amazing to know that you can shoot it and we are going to get it back if it doesn't go in. Being able to rebound and all the work they are putting in on the glass, it's very impressive."

On the mindset of making eight 3-pointers in the game:
"I went through regular pregame warmups as usual and then during the game I started to feel like this is going to be fun. And then I started having confidence and my teammates were able to find me and that to me was the best part of it."

On a change from last year when it comes to shooting:
"My confidence is the biggest thing. My teammates give me so much confidence and I know they are behind me, which makes it a lot easier to play hard and take those shots. AJ Alix does an amazing job when it comes to finding us and getting the team into its set and there's just a lot of confidence in having AJ out there to distribute the ball."

 
NO        NAME          GS MIN FGM FGA 3FGM 3FGA FTM FTA PTS   OREB DREB REB PF AST TO BLK STL
== ==================== == === === === ==== ==== === === ===   ==== ==== === == === == === ===
 4 A.J. Alix             g  21   4   8    0    4   0   0   8      1    2   3  2   4  4   0   2
20 Shakayla Thomas       f  30  10  21    0    0   2   2  22      7    6  13  1   1  1   0   0
25 Ama Degbeon           f  14   0   2    0    0   2   4   2      3    2   5  4   0  3   0   0
32 Imani Wright          g  35  11  18    8   12   3   4  33      1    1   2  1   1  1   0   2
50 Chatrice White        c  24   0   2    0    1   4   4   4      1    4   5  4   1  0   2   1
11 Iho Lopez                11   0   0    0    0   2   2   2      0    3   3  4   0  3   0   1
12 Nicole Ekhomu            32   6  13    1    1   6   7  19      5    3   8  3   5  0   1   3
13 Nausia Woolfolk          23   5   9    1    2   2   2  13      2    1   3  5   2  4   1   1
31 Savannah Wilkinson       10   0   0    0    0   0   0   0      0    0   0  0   0  0   0   0
   Team                                                           2    3   5                  
                     =========================================================================
   FSU                   5 200  36  73   10   20  21  25 103     22   25  47 24  14 16   4  10
   Opp                     200  23  55    1   13  18  23  65      6   16  22 22  14 21   0   5


  1 2 3 4 Total
NORTH CAROLINA
21
15
16
13
65
FLORIDA STATE
23
35
24
21
103

FLORIDA STATE 69, CLEMSON 47
01/04/2018, CLEMSON, SC

From the FSU Website, seminoles.com.

Woolfolk, Wilkinson Help Noles Take Down Tigers.
Sophomore Nausia Woolfolk (18 points) and freshman Savannah Wilkinson (14 points) establish career highs in 69-47 win at Clemson.

CLEMSON, SC - Stepping up in a big way on Thursday night, sophomore guard Nausia Woolfolk and freshman guard Savannah Wilkinson guided No. 11/12 Florida State Women's Basketball (14-1, 2-0) to a 69-47 win on the road at Clemson in FSU's ACC road opener at Littlejohn Coliseum.

Woolfolk recorded a career-high 18 points, providing FSU some much-needed offense in a game where both defenses reigned. Wilkinson, a freshman guard from London, England, came up big off the bench with 14 points and four 3-point field goals in 24 minutes.

Senior forward Shakayla Thomas recorded her 90th double-figure game of her career with 11 points while moving into third on Florida State's all-time scoring list. Redshirt senior point guard AJ Alix added nine points and added eight assists to just three turnovers.

Clemson's Alexis Carter led the Tigers with 16 points in the loss.

POST-GAME NOTES

 
NO        NAME          GS MIN FGM FGA 3FGM 3FGA FTM FTA PTS   OREB DREB REB PF AST TO BLK STL
== ==================== == === === === ==== ==== === === ===   ==== ==== === == === == === ===
 4 A.J. Alix             g  34   3  12    1    7   2   2   9      0    1   1  4   8  3   0   1
12 Nicole Ekhomu         g  21   0   3    0    0   5   6   5      1    1   2  4   0  4   0   2
20 Shakayla Thomas       f  22   4  10    0    0   3   4  11      2    3   5  4   2  2   1   1
25 Ama Degbeon           f  31   2   4    0    0   4   6   8      4    3   7  3   1  3   1   2
50 Chatrice White        c  23   2   7    0    0   0   0   4      3    2   5  3   1  1   1   0
11 Iho Lopez                11   0   2    0    0   0   0   0      1    6   7  0   0  2   1   2
13 Nausia Woolfolk          34   6  14    3    8   3   3  18      4    2   6  3   0  2   0   3
31 Savannah Wilkinson       24   5   7    4    5   0   0  14      1    2   3  0   0  0   0   1
   Team                                                           6    2   8         1        
                     =========================================================================
   FSU                   5 200  22  59    8   20  17  21  69     22   22  44 21  12 18   4  12
   Opp                     200  18  47    1    5  10  13  47      9   17  26 23   9 22   3   6


  1 2 3 4 Total
FLORIDA STATE
16
15
16
22
69
CLEMSON
10
6
16
15
47

SYRACUSE 76, FLORIDA STATE 69
01/07/2018, SYRACUSE, NY

From the FSU Website, seminoles.com.

No. 11/12 Florida State Falls at Syracuse.
The Seminoles drop to 2-1 in the ACC after losing to the Orange, 76-69, on Sunday afternoon.

SYRACUSE, NY - Miranda Drummond scored a career-high 38 points, including 11 straight late in the fourth quarter that lifted Syracuse to a 76-69 win over No. 11 Florida State on Sunday.

Drummond's 3-point play put the Orange (14-3, 2-2 Atlantic Coast Conference) on top 58-56, the 13th lead change, with 7 1/2 minutes to go. She followed that with a layup and then hit a pair of 3-pointers for a 66-56 lead at the 2:42 mark.

The Seminoles (14-3, 2-1), who had won four straight, got four quick points but Drummond nailed her seventh 3-pointer and the Orange made 7 of 10 free throws in the last 69 seconds to finish the upset.

Drummond's 38 points were the third-most in school history, three behind Vaida Sipaviciute in 2005, and the seven 3s are one shy of the record. Drummond did break the school record of 36 points Nichole Michael scored in the Carrier Dome in 2009, but she was two points shy of Carrier Dome record of 40 by Florida State's Natasha Howard four seasons ago.

Imani Wright had 20 points for Florida State with AJ Alix and Shakayla Thomas adding 12 apiece. The Seminoles trailed 21-8 late in the first quarter but cut the deficit to 34-33 at the half and led by one entering the fourth quarter.

POST-GAME NOTES

 
NO        NAME          GS MIN FGM FGA 3FGM 3FGA FTM FTA PTS   OREB DREB REB PF AST TO BLK STL
== ==================== == === === === ==== ==== === === ===   ==== ==== === == === == === ===
 4 A.J. Alix             g  33   5  14    2    8   0   0  12      0    1   1  3   7  4   0   0
20 Shakayla Thomas       f  19   6  14    0    0   0   3  12      5    3   8  2   0  0   0   0
25 Ama Degbeon           f  31   2   4    0    0   2   4   6      5    7  12  2   0  2   2   1
32 Imani Wright          g  36   7  21    3   11   3   5  20      1    1   2  5   4  2   0   2
50 Chatrice White        c  23   2   6    0    0   0   2   4      4    3   7  1   1  4   1   0
11 Iho Lopez                 1   0   0    0    0   0   0   0      0    0   0  0   0  0   0   1
12 Nicole Ekhomu            25   2   6    0    2   2   2   6      3    4   7  3   1  4   0   1
13 Nausia Woolfolk          26   3   7    2    3   0   2   8      1    4   5  1   3  1   0   1
31 Savannah Wilkinson        6   0   1    0    1   1   2   1      0    0   0  2   0  0   0   0
   Team                                                           5    2   7                  
                     =========================================================================
   FSU                   5 200  27  73    7   25   8  20  69     24   25  49 19  16 17   3   6
   Opp                     200  25  59   13   36  13  17  76      9   28  37 17  23 17   1   9


  1 2 3 4 Total
FLORIDA STATE
16
17
18
18
69
SYRACUSE
23
11
16
26
76

FLORIDA STATE 105, MIAMI 67
01/11/2018, TALLAHASSEE, FL

From the FSU Website, seminoles.com.

Seminoles Blow Past Hurricanes in Record Fashion.
No. 13/12 Florida State Women's Hoops defeats rival Miami 105-67, marking their largest win over the Hurricanes.

TALLAHASSEE, FL - Nausia Woolfolk scored a career-high 23 points and No. 13 Florida State routed in-state rival Miami 105-67 on Thursday night.

Imani Wright had 17 points, Chatrice White 14, Shakayla Thomas 12 and AJ Alix 10 for the Seminoles (15-2, 3-1 Atlantic Coast Conference), who tied the school record with 12 3-pointers in bouncing back from a Sunday loss at Syracuse.

A 9-0 run gave Florida State a 21-7 lead with four minutes left in the first quarter and the lead stayed in double figures the rest of the way. Miami's largest deficit of the season was 15 points but the Seminoles surpassed that in the first quarter. They scored the last 11 points of the first half to lead 57-31.

Enida Banks led Miami (11-6, 1-3) with 14 points. The last time the Hurricanes gave up 100 points was Jan. 10, 2007, when top-ranked Maryland scored 111.

Florida State shot a season-best 56 percent (29 of 70), going 12 of 26 from distance. Miami shot 35 percent.

POST-GAME NOTES

HEAD COACH SUE SEMRAU QUOTES

Opening Statement:
"This was a great game, I thought we competed hard and after the disappointing loss up at Syracuse we really challenged our team and I thought they really rose to the occasion and held each other to a higher standard. You could see it in Chatrice in practice. I knew she was a different player the last few days in practice. Nausia is so special and when she'll believe that, she's gonna be one of the all-time greats. Everybody's told her that and tonight I think she started to believe it a little bit."

On what was most impressive tonight, offense or defense:
"You know I'm gonna say defense. That's where it all starts. It just so happened that we were shooting the ball well in addition to [the defense]. But if we don't shoot the ball well, we have to be able to defend. So I was really pleased with the vision that we had, and I told them that we have to be in the right position and then if we're not then we have to cover. But tonight we were in the right position and it made it a lot easier on all of us."

On the production from the bench:
"People question our depth a lot and I think this team started to question their own depth. Whether how hard they could go for as long as they needed to. I think they answered a lot of questions tonight. When we play at the kind of tempo that we need to play, anybody on this team can score, and that's a fun thing to have as a coach."

On the special dynamic of Nausia and Nicki coming off the bench:
"They've been special since the beginning in a lot of ways. They're just dynamic. As they get more and more fundamental, they see a lot of things around them. They were great players in high school, but they didn't have a lot of great players around them. Now they've got great players around them, and the fact that they've learned to play within that has been really fun to watch."

On wanting to see the same energy from tonight moving forward:
"I know I'm going to [see the energy] if I've seen it at practice. It's hard, it's a grind, and for them to come back tomorrow after playing this game, I know we've got to be so focused on the next opponent. It's not easy and they've got a lot of other things going on, but I think this group is mature enough to continue to have good practices and that will help us to be a better team."

Senior Center Chatrice White:

On the difference of the team in practice:
"Yeah, for sure. We were challenged in practice to compete against each other and when the stakes were higher we rose to that. Especially yesterday in practice, it was just a lot of fun. We were going after each other just like you saw in tonight's game, it really carried over. Each practice we got better and built off that and then it carried into today's game."

On Sophomore Guard Nausia Woolfolk:
"I love the energy that Nausia brings today and in all of our games. I was just telling her that at the end of the game, she was diving on the floor and smiling and that gave me energy because I knew she was out there giving to her team. In the past we've struggled with that with Nausia, but today and these last few days at practice she's really stepped up and it's really fun to play with her."

On playing her best games against Miami:
"I think it's a good matchup for me and for our team and the in-state rivalry adds some excitement to it as well. But their inside presence is really fun for me to go against. I just find it so fun playing against them, it just gives me energy and I love hearing the crowd screaming when I make big plays and when my teammates knock down threes. It's huge for us so it's fun."

On wanting to get to the 100-point mark:
"I mean we always want to get as many points as we can, but when Nicki knocked down that free throw I knew it was going in."

Sophomore Guard Nausia Woolfolk:

On finding a different gear after previously struggling with injury:
"Yeah I do. My injury was a motivation for me. This year was all about getting better and showing my teammates, even though I said it last year, that I could be a good player and fit in with the group. It was kind of a struggle, but this year I feel like I have improved a lot and I feel confident in myself."

 
NO        NAME          GS MIN FGM FGA 3FGM 3FGA FTM FTA PTS   OREB DREB REB PF AST TO BLK STL
== ==================== == === === === ==== ==== === === ===   ==== ==== === == === == === ===
 4 A.J. Alix             g  27   3  12    2    8   2   2  10      0    2   2  1   6  3   0   1
20 Shakayla Thomas       f  17   6   9    0    0   0   0  12      5    3   8  3   1  1   0   0
25 Ama Degbeon           f  23   2   2    0    0   0   1   4      2    1   3  2   2  3   0   2
32 Imani Wright          g  24   6  11    4    6   1   2  17      0    1   1  4   3  2   0   1
50 Chatrice White        c  24   6   9    1    3   1   3  14      2    6   8  3   1  0   1   2
11 Iho Lopez                14   0   2    0    0   1   2   1      2    1   3  1   0  2   1   1
12 Nicole Ekhomu            31   5   8    1    2   6   8  17      2    5   7  3   5  1   0   3
13 Nausia Woolfolk          27   9  13    2    4   3   4  23      1    4   5  2   2  4   0   1
31 Savannah Wilkinson       13   2   4    2    3   1   2   7      1    2   3  2   0  1   0   0
   Team                                                           1    4   5                  
                     =========================================================================
   FSU                   5 200  39  70   12   26  15  24 105     16   29  45 21  20 17   2  11
   Opp                     200  21  60    6   18  19  26  67     12   16  28 23   7 20   1   9


  1 2 3 4 Total
MIAMI
15
16
12
24
67
FLORIDA STATE
29
28
28
20
105

FLORIDA STATE 107, VIRGINIA TECH 62
01/14/2018, TALLAHASSEE, FL

From the FSU Website, seminoles.com.

Seventh Heaven: No. 13/12 Noles Rout Virginia Tech.
For the first time in program history, Florida State Women's Hoops finishes with seven double-figure scorers in 107-62 win over the Hokies.

TALLAHASSEE, FL - Shakayla Thomas scored 21 points, Ama Degbeon had a double-double and No. 13 Florida State tied a school record en route to a 107-62 win over Virginia Tech on Sunday.

Degbeon had 10 points and 13 rebounds for her third career double-double and a school-record seven players scored in double figures as the Seminoles (16-2, 4-1 Atlantic Coast Conference) tied the 1990-91 team with their fifth 100-point game of the season. With the largest crowd of the season -- 4,983 -- on hand for alumni weekend, FSU earned its largest win ever over the Hokies (13-5, 2-3).

Florida State scored the first 16 points of the game en route to a 28-8 lead after one quarter. The Seminoles made their first five shots while the Hokies missed their first eight and finished 3 of 19 for the quarter.

Imani Wright made 7 of 9 shots, 3 of 4 behind the arc, in the first half, scoring all 18 of her points. Nicki Ekhomu had 16 points as seven Seminoles scored in double figures. FSU finished the game 8 of 14 behind the arc, shot 60 percent overall and had a 48-30 rebounding advantage.

Taylor Emery scored 17 points for the Hokies, who shot 31 percent (22 of 72).

POST-GAME NOTES

HEAD COACH SUE SEMRAU

Opening Statement:
"I know that Imani really doesn't care if she has that record [for most threes in a single season.] What Imani cares about is whether we win or lose and that's the difference in this basketball team. I've got a lot of players that have really stepped up and started to compete. You see it at a high level, that kind of margin against an ACC team is generally something we don't even talk about, we don't think about that. Once again, the start was really impressive, they were locked in, they came out with a game plan really solid in their minds and did a great job."

On finding flaws after the last two wins:
"Oh there's plenty, there's plenty. Shooting the ball is great, but we know from experience that that's not always going to be the case. So at halftime [Virginia Tech] had eight offensive rebounds, that's not what we do. We defend, we rebound, and so we challenged them at halftime. They stepped up, held them to three offensive rebounds in the second half. We have been working on our press offense, turned the ball over only ten times. That's much better, the growth that we've seen. So we'll continue to work on the little things and I don't believe this team is satisfied with where they are right now."

On if the Syracuse loss "woke the team up:"
"I think so. We tried to talk a lot in practice about competing, but sometimes it takes something to really wake us up, and there's a lot of times in the beginning of the season where you have to teach, but now we can compete. We can compete every day in practice because if I tell them, 'look we're gonna switch on the ball screens,' then they know what to do. We don't have to walk through and teach it. So there's a lot less teaching, a lot more competition, and I think they're holding themselves accountable to that."

On if she liked the strong finish from the team:
"Very much so, especially with the young players in. Them getting a chance to have some quality minutes, that's hard to do in the ACC when you've got such a veteran team. But Nicki, Nausia, Iho, Savannah, all four of them had great quality minutes."

On the "brutal" stretch of upcoming games:
"It's not brutal; it's exactly what we've been going through. We've played a lot of games so far this season where it's been back to back road games, and so this is what the ACC is all about. This is what these guys came here to do, compete at a high level."

REDSHIRT SENIOR GUARD IMANI WRIGHT

On maintaining a "not satisfied" mentality…
"Like coach just said, by coming to practice and working hard every day. I think there's been a change for us in practice and so for us to just continue to work hard and then for it to translate over into the game is huge for us."

 
NO        NAME          GS MIN FGM FGA 3FGM 3FGA FTM FTA PTS   OREB DREB REB PF AST TO BLK STL
== ==================== == === === === ==== ==== === === ===   ==== ==== === == === == === ===
 4 A.J. Alix             g  27   5   9    1    3   0   0  11      0    4   4  2   7  3   0   0
12 Nicole Ekhomu         g  31   5   6    0    0   6   6  16      2    4   6  0   2  1   0   0
25 Ama Degbeon           f  24   4   6    0    0   2   2  10      3   10  13  0   1  3   2   0
32 Imani Wright          g  28   7  14    3    6   1   2  18      0    1   1  0   1  0   0   2
50 Chatrice White        c  20   4   7    0    0   2   2  10      1    6   7  3   1  1   0   0
11 Iho Lopez                14   0   1    0    0   1   2   1      0    5   5  3   0  0   1   0
13 Nausia Woolfolk          24   6   9    2    3   0   0  14      0    2   2  1   3  0   0   2
20 Shakayla Thomas          22   8  14    0    0   5   7  21      0    3   3  2   3  2   0   0
31 Savannah Wilkinson       10   2   2    2    2   0   0   6      1    2   3  0   0  0   0   0
   Team                                                           1    3   4                  
                     =========================================================================
   FSU                   5 200  41  68    8   14  17  21 107      8   40  48 11  18 10   3   4
   Opp                     200  22  72    7   25  11  13  62     11   19  30 17  13 12   3   7


  1 2 3 4 Total
VIRGINIA TECH
8
18
17
19
62
FLORIDA STATE
28
25
20
34
107