Horton, who reached double figure kills for the fourth time in the last five outings, completed her fourth double-double performance against an ACC foe in 2016
Kubura, who finished with a .400-plus hitting percentage (.450) for the third straight match, led the Seminoles (15-3, 8-1 ACC) in kills for the ninth time this season.
Senior Hailey Luke discusses playing both setter and outside hitter.
Florida State, which climbed to 12th in the American Volleyball Coaches Association (AVCA) rankings, opens the road swing against the rival Hurricanes (8-12, 2-6 ACC) on Wednesday at 7 p.m.
Hailey Luke came through in the clutch as she delivered a block and kill in back-to-back possessions to complete the two-point victory.
Kubura, who limited herself to two miscues, finished with a .476 hitting percentage, penetrating the defense on 25 occasions. Ambrose capped off her sixth double-digit kill outing of the season.
The Seminoles (12-3, 5-1 ACC) enter the matches with a 7-1 mark at home, including previous ACC home victories over Miami, Louisville, Syracuse and Boston College.
The senior trio of Katie Horton (15 kills), Mara Green (12 kills) and Melanie Keil (seven total blocks) helped 16th-ranked Florida State (12-3, 5-1 ACC) earn its first ACC road victory of the season.
Green, who topped eight kills for the fifth time this season and Kubura tallied eight kills for the seventh straight match as she finished with a .300 attack percentage
The 16th-ranked Florida State volleyball team will travel to Tobacco Road this weekend for its first ACC road matches as the Seminoles (11-2, 4-0 ACC) face ninth-ranked North Carolina and NC State.
Layne Herdt goes one-on-one with head volleyball coach Chris Poole to discuss the Seminoles season.
Christina Ambrose, Mara Green and Melanie Keil finished with six assisted blocks each as the Noles defense limited Boston College to a .028 hitting pct., leading FSU to a 25-20, 25-17, 25-15 victory.