Hamilton and staff honor team at annual men's basketball banquet.
Celebrate the senior class of Moreau, Portuondo and Snaer.
Senior Day for Moreau, Portuondo and Saner on Saturday against NC State.
Seminoles play host to Ospreays on Wednesday at 7:00 p.m.
Seminoles participate in Homecoming festivities.
Florida State vs. St. Bonaventure, NCAA Tournament - AP Photo Gallery
ON MOREAU: Earned four varsity letters as a member of the Seminoles men's basketball team from 2010-2013...helped the Seminoles usher a new era of basketball to Florida State as he played on the school's first ever ACC Championship team, three NCAA Tournament teams and four teams that played in the postseason during his career...helped change the culture of basketball at Florida State and was a part of making the Seminoles one of the top teams in all of college basketball during his career...Florida State was the third winningest program in the ACC behind only Duke and North Carolina with 88 wins and a winning percentage of nearly 70 percent during his career...the Seminoles' senior class of 2013 finished their careers tied as the third winningest class in school history with 88 wins...only two classes (2012 and 2011 with 95 and 89 wins) had more wins in a four-year period in school history than Moreau and fellow seniors Michael Snaer and Ralfi Portuondo...helped the Seminoles win the tournament championship of the 2012 Coaches vs. Cancer Classic with the semifinals and finals of the event played at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, N.Y. ...played in 29 games during his career and earned playing time in the Seminoles' win over Notre Dame in the 2011 NCAA Tournament - a victory that advanced Florida State to the Sweet 16 for the first time since the 1993 season and for the fourth time in school history... Florida State was 28-1 in the games in which he has earned playing time during his career...played in 11 career ACC games and helped Florida State to a 42-25 record (.627 winning percentage) in ACC play during his career...the Seminoles were the third winningest program in the ACC during his career behind only Duke and North Carolina...finished his career a perfect 10 of 10 from the free throw line in his 29 career appearances...helped Florida State defeat 12 ranked teams in the first three seasons of his career including No. 1 Duke and No. 5 Notre Dame during the 2011 season and No. 3 and No. 4 North Carolina and No. 4 and No. 6 Duke during his junior season...the Seminoles' victory over No. 1 Duke (Jan. 12, 2011) in Tallahassee marked the Seminoles' fourth win in school history over the nation's No. 1 ranked team while it's victory over No. 5 Notre Dame sent the Seminoles to the Sweet 16 of the 2011 NCAA Tournament...Florida State defeated No. 6 Duke and No. 4 North Carolina in the semifinals and finals of the 2012 ACC Tournament to win the first ACC Championship in school history...
AS A SENIOR (2013): Averaged a career-high tying 1.3 points (12th on the team), and shot .400 from the field in six games played...tied his single-season career high with two field goals made (both 3-point field goals) with one each coming against Buffalo in the Coaches' vs. Cancer Classic and against Tulsa in the Orange Bowl Classic...he also made two field goals during his freshman season...his eight total points scored were more than he totaled during his sophomore and junior seasons (two) combined and nearly as many as he scored during his freshman season (12)...his six games played were evenly split - three during the non-conference schedule and three in ACC play...played on his fourth consecutive postseason team as the Seminoles face Louisiana Tech in the NIT...tied his career high in points scored with three against Buffalo (Dec. 9) in the Coaches vs. Cancer Classic and against Tulsa (Dec. 29) in the Orange Bowl Classic...also added two points against Wake Forest in the Seminoles' victory over the Demon Deacons in Tallahassee (Feb. 26)...his two made field goals during the season came against Buffalo and Tulsa and were both from 3-point range...two points against Wake Forest came from the free throw line and ran his consecutive free throws made streak to 10 during his career...he did not miss a free throw during his career...played his season high of two minutes in wins over Buffalo and Maine (Dec. 9) and earned one minute of playing time in wins over Tulsa, at home against Wake Forest and at home against NC State (March 9) and in the Seminoles' game at Wake Forest (Feb. 9)...scored three points (on a 3-point shot) in the Seminoles' win over Tulsa in the Orange Bowl Classic...Moreau's three points came as the final basket of the game and served as the final points in Florida State's 82-63 victory...(vs. NC State): Earned one minute of playing time in the Seminoles' regular season ending victory over NCAA Tournament participant NC State...the game came on Senior Day in Tallahassee as he helped the Seminoles beat the Wolfpack, 71-67, and was his final appearance in the Donald L. Tucker Center (March 9)...(vs. Wake Forest): Averaged 1.0 points and shot a perfect 1.000 percent in two games against Wake Forest...earned playing time in both games of the regular season series - in Winston Salem (Feb. 9) and in Tallahassee (Feb. 26)...his two free throws against the Deacons at home came with 17 seconds remaining in the game and gave Florida State its final margin of victory at 76-62...(In One Game During the Coaches vs. Cancer Classic): Earned a season-high tying two minutes of playing time and scored a career-high tying three points in Florida State's victory over Buffalo in the second round of the Coaches vs. Cancer Classic (Nov. 12)...his shot from the bonusphere came with five seconds remaining in the game and gave the Seminoles their final margin of 95-68...
AS A JUNIOR (2012): Averaged 0.0 points (14th on the team) and 0.1 rebounds (13th) as he played in a near career high eight games including an career high four ACC games in helping the Seminoles to the first ACC Championship in school history...played in four non-conference and four ACC games - the highest total of game he played in during a single season during his career...earned one minute of playing time in eight different games - he contributed to eight of the Seminoles' 25 victories during the season... earned one minute of playing time against UCF (Nov. 14), South Alabama (Nov. 20), Charleston Southern (Dec. 5) and Auburn (Jan, 4) in the non-conference portion of the schedule and against North Carolina (Jan. 14), Maryland (Jan. 17), at Wake Forest (Jan. 25) and at NC State (Feb. 18) during the conference schedule...tied his career high with one rebound in the Seminoles' 80-39 win over South Alabama in Tallahassee and took one field goal attempt each against South Alabama, Charleston Southern and Auburn...all three of his field goal attempts were from the 3-point line during the season...(vs. Maryland): Earned one minute of playing time in the Seminoles' only game of the season against Maryland...totaled one minute of playing time in the Seminoles' 84-70 win over the Terps in Tallahassee (Jan., 17)...was one of 12 Seminoles who earned playing time as Florida State's bench outscored the Terps bench, 31-25, in gaining the win...(vs. North Carolina): Earned playing time against NCAA Tournament participant North Carolina for the first time in his career as the Seminoles hosted the Tar Heels and ESPN's College Basketball GameDay in Tallahassee (Jan.14)...all 13 eligible Seminoles played in the game as Florida State led from the tip, never trailed and won 90-57...the Seminoles +33 point margin of victory was the largest in school history over a ranked team...(vs. NC State): Playing time in an ACC road game came for the third time in his career as he earned one minute of playing time against NCAA participant NC State in the Seminoles' 76-62 win over the Woflpack in Raleigh (Feb. 18)...the win was Florida State's 10th of the ACC season and marked the school record fourth consecutive time the Seminoles had won at least 10 games during their ACC season...one minute of playing time came in the second half as Florida State built as much as a 20 points lead in never trailing and winning on the road in conference play...(vs. Wake Forest): Inserted into the line-up in the second half of the Seminoles' only game of the season against Wake Forest...earned one minute of playing time as the Seminoles defeated the Demon Deacons, 75-52, in Winston-Salem (Jan. 25)...the Seminoles' 25-point margin of victory was its largest in an ACC road game during the season and one of two ACC wins of 25 points or more in the same season for the first time in school history...
AS A SOPHOMORE (2011): Averaged 0.3 points (tied for 15th) and 0.2 rebounds (16th) as he earned playing time in six games including two ACC games and against Notre Dame in the NCAA Tournament...his appearance against the Fighting Irish in the third round of the NCAA Tournament helped the Seminoles advance to the Sweet 16 for the first time since 1993 and for only the fourth time in school history...played in six games and a total of eight minutes in helping lead Florida State to a 23-11 record, an 11-5 mark in ACC play and a third place finish in the ACC standings...earned playing time in six games - the Seminoles were victorious in all six games...his career high of three minutes of playing time came in the Seminoles' 97-63 win over Stetson at home (Dec. 15)...was a perfect two of two from the free throw line as he scored his season high of two points in the Seminoles' win over the Hatters...his first career rebound came in the Seminoles' win at UNC Greensboro in the Greensboro Coliseum (Nov. 14) in the second game of the season for Florida State...earned playing time in the game against the Spartans in helping standout forward Chris Singleton earn the third triple double in school history of 22 points, 11 rebounds and 10 steals against the Spartans...it marked the first triple double in ACC and school history that included points, rebounds and steals...earned playing time in two ACC games - during the Seminoles' two victories over Wake Forest during the regular season...his playing time against the Deacons in Winston Salem (Feb. 19) marked the second time in his career that he earned playing time in an ACC road game for the Seminoles...he also earned playing time as a freshman at Virginia...earned the first steal of his career in the Seminoles' win over Wake Forest in Tallahassee (Feb. 1)...totaled two minutes of playing time against Notre Dame in the 2011 NCAA Tournament to help Florida State advance to the Sweet 16 of the NCAA Tournament...played the final two minutes of the game as Florida State defeated the Fighting Irish, 71-57, to advance to the Sweet 16...(vs. Wake Forest): averaged 0.0 points and 0.0 rebounds in two games against Wake Forest...earned two minutes of playing time in the two game regular season sweep of the Deacons...earned one minute of playing time as the Seminoles defeated the Deacons, 85-61, in Tallahassee (Feb. 1) and totaled one minute of playing time as Florida State defeated Wake Forest, 84-66, in Winston Salem (Feb. 19)...(In Three Games During The NCAA Tournament): Averaged 0.0 points and 0.0 rebounds in one game during the NCAA Tournament...earned playing time against Notre Dame in the third round of the tournament as the Seminoles advanced to the Sweet 16 of the NCAA Tournament for the first time since 1993...(vs. Notre Dame): Scored zero points and pulled down zero rebounds in one minute of playing time as Florida State defeated Notre Dame, 71-57, at the United Center in Chicago, Ill., to advance to the Sweet 16 of the NCAA Tournament...the Seminoles' defeated the No. 5 ranked and second seeded Fighting Irish for their first win over nationally ranked team in the NCAA Tournament since the Seminoles defeated No. 25 Western Kentucky, 81-78, in Charlotte, N.C. to advance to the Sweet 16 during the 1993 NCAA Tournament...was his first appearance in an NCAA Tournament game...
AS A FRESHMAN (2010): Averaged 1.3 points (tied for 11th on the team) and 0.1 rebounds (14th) while playing in nine games during his first season as a member of the Seminoles...played in 13 total minutes and averaged 1.4 minutes played per game as he helped the Seminoles earn their second consecutive bid to the NCAA Tournament and finish in third place in the ACC standings with a 10-6 record...played in nine games during his freshman season - Florida State was 9-0 in those nine games including ACC wins over Boston College in Tallahassee (Feb. 14) and against Virginia in Charlottesville (Feb. 16)...his playing time in the two conference games came in back-to-back games and wins over the Eagles and the Cavaliers...scored at least two points in six of his nine appearances with a career-high three points in victories over UT Martin (Dec. 22) and at Virginia (Feb. 17)...his three points in both of those games came on the first two made 3-point shots of his career...was a perfect six of six from the free throw line in his nine appearances, making him the only player on the team to finish the 2009-10 season a perfect from the free throw line...he was perfect two of two from the free throw line in Seminole victories over Jacksonville (Nov. 16), Alabama A&M (Dec. 31) and Texas A&M Corpus Christi (Jan. 4)...earned two minutes of playing time in the Seminoles' 2009-10 season opener and the first game of his career against Jacksonville...totaled two minutes of playing time and scored two points in the Seminoles' 87-61 victory over the Dolphins in Tallahassee (Nov. 16)...his two points came on the first two free throws of his career with 10 seconds remaining in the game...his two free throws shots increased Florida State's lead to 87-59 in its season opening victory...two points each on four of four from the free throw line came in back to back games against Alabama A&M and Texas A&M Corpus Christi...his free throws against Alabama A&M came with 14 seconds left in the Seminoles 81-34 win over the Bulldogs...Moreau was a perfect two of two from the free throw line with his shots giving the Seminoles their final score and advantage of the game...also scored the Seminoles' final two points of their 94-54 victory over Texas A&M Corpus Christi...was a perfect two of two from the free throw line with 51 seconds left in the game to put Florida State up 94-54 for the final margin and final points scored of the game...his season-high of two minutes came in wins over Jacksonville, Stetson (Nov. 18), at Mercer (Nov. 21) and against Texas A&M Corpus Christi...(vs. Boston College): scored zero points in one minute of play as he earned playing time in one of the Seminoles' two games during the regular season against Boston College...earned one minute of playing time as the Seminoles defeated the Eagles, 62-47, in Tallahassee (Feb. 14)...he helped hold Boston College to 47 points to help tie the Seminoles' program record for fewest points allowed in a single game...(vs. Virginia): scored three points on one made 3-point field goal as the Seminoles defeated Virginia in the only game of the season between the two teams...hit a 3-point shot with 26 seconds remaining in the game to give the Seminoles a 69-47 lead...Florida State won the game, 69-50 to improve their record to 19-7 overall and 7-5 in the ACC...his shot came in front of family and friends as part of his family lives in Charlottesville and was at the game...
AT IMG ACADEMY: Graduated from IMG Academy in Bradenton, Fla., in 2009...a two-year starter on the varsity at IMG...averaged 14.0 points and 4.6 assists in his senior season in leading his team to an 18-12 record...the recipient of the senior award following his final season at IMG...averaged 13.1 points, 2.8 assists, 2.1 steals and 2.8 3-point field goals made in leading IMG to a 21-10 record during his junior season...scored his career-high of 31 points against Lakewood Ranch during his junior season...scored his career-high of five 3-point field goals in the first quarter and nine for the game against Lakewood Ranch...scored 21 points in just over one quarter of basketball in a suspended game against Progressive Christian Academy in Washington, D.C. as a junior...totaled 23 points (including 18 points on six made 3-point shots) in the championship of the Smoothie King Classic against Lake Placid High School during his junior season.
AT BRADEN RIVER: A two-year starter at Braden River High School in Bradenton, Fla., as a freshman and a sophomore in 2006 and 2007.
PERSONAL: Born Dec. 30, 1990...Joey is the son of Kristi and Mike Moreau...began playing organized basketball as a freshman in high school...played baseball for eight years and earned a spot on the varsity team as a freshman at Braden River...a shortstop and a third baseman as a baseball player.