Florida State's season ends as the defending national-champion Bears get 33 points and 22 rebounds from Brittney Griner in an 85-47 win on their home floor Tuesday night.
No. 8 seed Florida State set to face defending national champion and NCAA Tournament overall No. 1 seed Baylor Tuesday night at 9:30 p.m. ET with a trip to the Sweet 16 on the line.
Leonor Rodriguez and Morgan Toles lead Seminoles with 12 points in 60-44 victory.
Still fueled by their shortcoming a season ago, the No. 25/24 Florida State women's basketball team is back where it belongs in the NCAA Tournament and the Ivy League champions await in Waco, Texas Sunday night.
Fans are invited to watch the NCAA Tournament selection show with the team
The Florida State women's basketball team versus Baylor in the NCAA Tournament Second Round.
Florida State vs. Princeton (AP)
Florida State practice before their NCAA Tournament first round game.
No. 23 Florida State vs. No. 6 Duke - AP Photos
No. 23 Florida State vs. Miami - AP Photos
Junior Season (2011-12) Ranked fourth on the Seminoles in scoring (9.2 ppg) and rebounding (4.0 rpg) despite playing just 19.2 minutes per contest...Shot 48.1 percent from the field (99-206) and 69.9 percent (86-123) from the charity stripe...Exceptionally skilled at getting to the free throw line, ranking second on FSU in free throws made (86) and attempted (123)...Appeared in all 31 games and made five starts...Typically first player off the bench for the Seminoles...Scored a career-best 25 points on career-high nine field goals (in 15 attempts) versus Georgia State (11/21/11)...Recorded her first career double-double (12 points and 11 boards) in her first career start versus Yale (12/28/11)...Had 16 points at Vanderbilt (12/22/11)...Reached double figures in nine of 10 games during a six-week stretch from Dec. 4 to Jan. 13...Scored 16 points and grabbed five rebounds versus Virginia Tech (2/5/12)...Started three consecutive games versus North Carolina (2/15/12), at Miami (2/19/12) and at Clemson (2/23/12), scoring 13 points versus the Tar Heels and Tigers and tallying 11 points and six boards against the Hurricanes...Opened the season by tallying 11 points, making 7-of-7 free throws, and six rebounds versus USF in the WBI TipOff Classic (1/11/11)...Matched her career high with two steals four times...Had a season-best two blocks at Clemson (1/5/12).
Sophomore Season (2010-11) Saw her playing time and production dramatically improve...Averaged 7.3 ppg in 17.2 mpg - up from 2.9 ppg and 7.8 mpg in 2009-10...An efficient scorer, she made 53.2 percent of her field goal attempts, second-best on the Seminoles...Came off the bench in all 32 contests...Scored in double figures seven times, including the final three games of the regular season...Career-best 18 points came on a perfect 6-of-6 shooting in just 14 minutes versus Virginia (1/9/11)...Had a career-best seven boards twice, at Missouri (1/2/11) and versus Clemson (2/27/11)...Also scored nine points and had two blocks and two steals against Mizzou...Added 12 points in the regular season finale versus Clemson...Tallied 13 points and five boards in the NCAA Tournament first round matchup with Samford...Scored 14 points versus Maryland (2/20/11)...Recorded 15 points versus North Carolina (2/2/11)...Had 11 points on 4-of-5 shooting at Boston College (1/27/1)...Logged a season-best 23 minutes three times, including a nine-point, six board performance against Stetson (12/30/10)...Had a career-best three blocks versus Jacksonville State (12/12/10)...Closed the season with four points versus Georgia in the NCAA Tournament second round.
Freshman Season (2009-10) Played in 32 games with an average of 7.8 minutes per contest...Led the Seminoles in field goal percentage by making 55.9 percent of her attempts... Averaged 2.9 ppg and 2.0 rpg...Tallied 12 steals and eight blocks in limited action...Scored a season-high 10 points in the victory against Western Carolina (12/30/09)...Scored nine points three times, against Alcorn State (12/6/09), UTSA (12/19/09) and Hawaii (12/21/09)...Had season highs in rebounds (nine), blocks (two) and field goals (four) versus Hawaii...Logged a season-high 19 minutes versus UTSA...Scored eight points and pulled down seven rebounds in the ACC Tournament loss to Boston College (3/5/10)... Recorded four points, two rebounds and a block in just seven minutes of action in the loss to eventual national-champion Connecticut in the Elite Eight (3/30/10).
High School Named 2009 Delaware Player of the Year... Four-year varsity performer at Middletown High School...Garnered all-state honors all four years...Named honorable mention all-state as a freshman before earning first team honors her sophomore through senior years...Nominated to be a McDonald's All-American...Was team's most valuable player all four years...Finished her career with 1,912 points and also more than 1,000 rebounds... She averaged 22.2 points and 13.5 rebounds per game in 2009.
Personal Born November 28, 1990... Majoring in Graphic Design... Mother, Cynthia Davis, played basketball at Hunter College in New York...Father, William Davis, played basketball at Wagner College.