Current student assistant for Florida State women's basketball recognized by the National Consortium for Academics and Sports for academic success
The Seminoles met Luol Deng and played their first exhibition on Thursday.
Both former players registered a grade point average above 3.00 for the academic year
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.
Leonor Rodriguez and Morgan Toles lead Seminoles with 12 points in 60-44 victory.
The Florida State women's basketball team versus Baylor in the NCAA Tournament Second Round.
The press conference before the Florida State vs. Baylor game in the NCAA tournament second round.
Images from FSU's win over the Clemson Tigers at the Leon County Civic Center
AP photos from today's game
Senior Season (2012-13) Enjoyed a strong season as a ball distributor in her first full year of action as a 'Nole...Had a fantastic assist to turnover ratio at 2.3, finishing first in the ACC and among the best in the country...showcased a willingness to get to the hoop and finish a drive or kick it to an open shooter...Did not register a three-point attempt all season...averaged 5.4 points and 3.4 rebounds...Shot 73.3 percent from the free-throw line (33-45)...Tied for ninth in the ACC with 3.8 assists per game...Had two 10-assist performances, including against Georgia Tech (1/3/13) and against Eastern Kentucky (11/23/12)...added a season-high 19 points in that same game against Georgia Tech and made a career-best nine field goals...had five double-figure scoring efforts...had five games where she recorded eight assists or more...her 127 assists tie for 12th on Florida State's single-season list...Finished her career at FSU and Auburn with 405 assists, which would technically place her at third on Florida State's career list had she spent all her years at FSU...made her first NCAA Tournament appearance in her senior season.
Junior Season (2011-12) After Toles was granted immediate eligibility by the Division I Legislative Council Subcommittee for Legislative Relief on Feb. 9 following her transfer from Auburn, she immediately became the Seminoles' floor general...Averaged 4.0 points, 2.8 assists and 2.3 rebounds per game in four contests before suffering a season-ending elbow injury at Miami (2/19/12)...Also shot 46.7 percent (7-15) from the field and 66.7 percent (2-3) from the free throw line, tallied three steals and logged 32.0 minutes per game...Played 32 minutes, dished three assists and grabbed four rebounds off the bench in her season debut at Wake Forest (2/9/12)...Started the next three games, scoring two points and tallying three assists and three rebounds versus Duke (2/12/12)...Shot 3 for 5 against both North Carolina (2/15/12) and at Miami (2/19/12)...Scored six points and dished three assists in a career-high-tying 38 minutes against the Tar Heels...Recorded eight points and two assists versus the Hurricanes in her final game of the 2011-12 campaign...Transferred to FSU in January.
At Auburn (2009-11): Started 52 games for Auburn from 2009-11 and led the SEC in assists (5.15) last season...Averaged 8.6 ppg in addition to her conference-leading assist numbers and started 24 of 27 games for Auburn in 2010-11..During her freshman season with the Tigers in 2009-10, Toles averaged 7.6 ppg and 4.4 apg en route to capturing SEC All-Freshman Team honors.
High School: As a prep star, Toles was ranked the No. 4 point guard and No. 27 overall prospect by ESPN Hoopgurlz in the 2009 Class...She was a two-time Fayette County MVP and two-time First Team All-Georgia selection at Sandy Creek High School.
Personal: Born Oct. 2, 1990... Major is social science. Brother, Andrew, was drafted in the third round of the 2012 Major League Baseball Draft by the Tampa Bay Rays after playing for Chipola College in Marianna, Fla., and at Tennessee...Her father, Alvin, played linebacker at Tennessee and was drafted in the first round of the 1985 NFL Draft by the New Orleans Saints...Mother, Vicky, played basketball at the University of New Orleans...Uncle, Johnnie Jones, also played in the NFL as a running back for the Seattle Seahawks.