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Women's Hoops Keeps Dancing
Women's Basketball 03/25/2017

For the second time in three years Florida State is headed back to the Elite Eight.

Grisell Goes Out in All-American Fashion
Swimming & Diving 03/25/2017

Senior diver Dylan Grisell made history behind a ninth place finish on platform on Saturday to close out the NCAA Championships

Parrish's Complete Game Caps Sweep of Irish
Baseball 03/25/2017

FSU completed its first three-game road sweep since 2014.

Horton, Goncalves lead No. 4 Beach Volleyball on Day 1 at Grand Slam
Beach Volleyball 03/25/2017

The fourth-ranked Florida State beach volleyball team (9-5) split a pair of matches on Saturday during the first day of the Gamecock Grand Slam. FSU fell to No. 1 Southern California, 4-1, before bouncing back to defeat No. 9 Georgia State, 3-2.

No. 1 Noles Shutout Cavaliers
Softball 03/25/2017

Florida State takes game two of the series with an 8-0 victory in six innings over Virginia.

Game Preview: Women's Hoops vs. Oregon State
Women's Basketball 03/25/2017

Over 2,900 miles and three time zones separate the two schools, but the respect for each other's programs is evident.

Play Throws Early, Races Late Equal Winning FSU Relays Formula
Track & Field 03/24/2017

Winning Ways Abound!

Pitching Shines Over 22 Innings, Baseball Sweeps DH
Baseball 03/24/2017

Pitching staff allowed 17 hits and just 5 runs against the Irish.

'Mayor Brown' as Likable as They Come
Women's Basketball 03/24/2017

Brittany Brown is an admitted goofball off the court.

Swim & Dive Battles Tough on Friday at NCAAs
Swimming & Diving 03/24/2017

The Seminoles competed in four events on Friday at the NCAA Championships.

No. 1 Softball Opens UVA Series with 13-1 Win
Softball 03/24/2017

The Seminoles improve to 10-0 in the ACC with a five-inning win over the Cavaliers.

Men's Tennis Shuts Out Louisville
Men's Tennis 03/24/2017

LOUISVILLE, Ky. The No. 29 Florida State men's tennis team (13-4, 3-1 ACC) dominated the Louisville Cardinals (11-4, 2-2 ACC) 4-0 on Friday evening at the Bass-Rudd Tennis Center.