Florida St. Seminoles

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Team Snapshot
Points Per Game 74.9 108th
Rebounds Per Game 37.6 62nd
Assists Per Game 12.8 215th
Points Allowed 67.2 59th
2018-19 ACC Standings
TEAM CONF OVR
Virginia 16-2 35-3
North Carolina 16-2 29-7
Duke 14-4 32-6
Florida State 13-5 29-8
Virginia Tech 12-6 26-9
Syracuse 10-8 20-14
Louisville 10-8 20-14
NC State 9-9 24-12
Clemson 9-9 20-14
Georgia Tech 6-12 14-18
Boston College 5-13 14-17
Miami 5-13 14-18
Wake Forest 4-14 11-20
Pittsburgh 3-15 14-19
Notre Dame 3-15 14-19

Florida St. Seminoles News

  • Fansided: FSU Basketball can't catch a break with more quality opponents added

    It is already known that the FSU Basketball team is going to face quite a difficult schedule during the upcoming season if they want to make it back to the NCAA tournament - with an ACC slate that includes teams like defending champs Virginia along with Duke, North Carolina and the yearly battle with in-state rival Florida.

    So, why not add two more tournament teams to the non-conference slate for the Seminoles! Well, that's exactly what took place this week as the team announced two more games against teams that made it into the madness of March earlier this year.

    It is already known that the FSU Basketball team is going to face quite a difficult schedule during the upcoming season if they want to make it back to the NCAA tournament - with an ACC slate that includes teams like defending champs Virginia along with Duke, North Carolina and the yearly battle with in-state rival Florida.

    So, why not add two more tournament teams to the non-conference slate for the Seminoles! Well, that's exactly what took place this week as the team announced two more games against teams that made it into the madness of March earlier this year.

  • Fansided: FSU Alums: Dwayne Bacon shines in summer debut for Charlotte Hornets

    While there has been plenty of attention from the FSU basketball fanbase paid toward the NBA's summer league games taking place this week, much of his has to do with the duo of Mfiondu Kabengele and Terance Mann playing for the Los Angeles Clippers - and not as much with Dwayne Bacon, who is entering his third summer with the Charlotte Hornets.

    After at least the first game, that all might need to change after Bacon put in work in the opening game against the Golden State Warriors - and left the court in Las Vegas leading his team to a win over the summer league team representing a team that has won three of the last five championships in the NBA.

    While there has been plenty of attention from the FSU basketball fanbase paid toward the NBA's summer league games taking place this week, much of his has to do with the duo of Mfiondu Kabengele and Terance Mann playing for the Los Angeles Clippers - and not as much with Dwayne Bacon, who is entering his third summer with the Charlotte Hornets.

    After at least the first game, that all might need to change after Bacon put in work in the opening game against the Golden State Warriors - and left the court in Las Vegas leading his team to a win over the summer league team representing a team that has won three of the last five championships in the NBA.

  • Fansided: FSU Basketball: Duo of alums set for NBA Summer League debuts

    Over the course of the last college basketball season, fans of the FSU basketball team got to experience the joy of watching the Seminoles head back to the second weekend of the NCAA tournament in a year where the Noles set a record for most ACC wins in a season and most overall wins in a year in program history.

    It was a season that ended with two of the team's stars from last year - Terance Mann and Mfiondu Kabengele - both getting drafted by the NBA this past June...and wouldn't you know it, both of them are playing as members of the Los Angeles Clippers after being selected this past draft.

    Over the course of the last college basketball season, fans of the FSU basketball team got to experience the joy of watching the Seminoles head back to the second weekend of the NCAA tournament in a year where the Noles set a record for most ACC wins in a season and most overall wins in a year in program history.

    It was a season that ended with two of the team's stars from last year - Terance Mann and Mfiondu Kabengele - both getting drafted by the NBA this past June...and wouldn't you know it, both of them are playing as members of the Los Angeles Clippers after being selected this past draft.

  • Tomahawk Nation: FSU basketball drops in 2019-2020 NCAA Tournament projection for 3rd straight time

    Off-season projections should be taken for what they're worth: educated guesses. And typically, with not a ton going on, they don't tend to fluctuate too much, one way or another. Which is why Florida State hoops' continued fall in ESPN's bracketology for the 2019-2020 NCAA Tourney is rather interesting.

    Joe Lunardi's first projection for 2020's big dance came out on April 8, 2019, when last season's national title was decided. He had the Seminoles as a 5-seed in the West, opening play against 12-seed Liberty. The next day, Mfiondu Kabengele declared, somewhat surprisingly, for the NBA Draft.

    Off-season projections should be taken for what they're worth: educated guesses. And typically, with not a ton going on, they don't tend to fluctuate too much, one way or another. Which is why Florida State hoops' continued fall in ESPN's bracketology for the 2019-2020 NCAA Tourney is rather interesting.

    Joe Lunardi's first projection for 2020's big dance came out on April 8, 2019, when last season's national title was decided. He had the Seminoles as a 5-seed in the West, opening play against 12-seed Liberty. The next day, Mfiondu Kabengele declared, somewhat surprisingly, for the NBA Draft.

  • Fansided: Why FSU Baseball could be in for a rebuilding season in 2020

    It was not all that long ago that the FSU baseball team shocked the critics and the wold of college baseball when a team that was one of the final four selected for the annual NCAA Tournament arrived as one of the eight teams in Omaha for the annual event known as the College World Series in the final season for longtime coach Mike Martin.

    While the Seminoles weren't able to send Martin out as a champion - as the Seminoles have been to the CWS a total of 24 times and have never won it - the way last season went seemed to have lit a fire under the Noles as they prepare for the first season under their new head coach, Mike Martin Jr.

    It was not all that long ago that the FSU baseball team shocked the critics and the wold of college baseball when a team that was one of the final four selected for the annual NCAA Tournament arrived as one of the eight teams in Omaha for the annual event known as the College World Series in the final season for longtime coach Mike Martin.

    While the Seminoles weren't able to send Martin out as a champion - as the Seminoles have been to the CWS a total of 24 times and have never won it - the way last season went seemed to have lit a fire under the Noles as they prepare for the first season under their new head coach, Mike Martin Jr.

  • Fansided: FSU Basketball in line to face monster schedule for upcoming season

    Nearly three decades ago, Florida State University made the decision to join the ACC with an unwritten understanding that while the football team was going to raise the profile of that sport in the conference the FSU basketball team was going to be kicked around for a while by the likes of teams named Duke, North Carolina and others winning titles.

    While that was the case for most of the time, the last 11 season have been ones that have seen head coach Leonard Hamilton's team finish as one of the winningest teams in the conference while winning the 2012 ACC tournament to go along with seven appearances in the NCAA tournament over that span.

    Nearly three decades ago, Florida State University made the decision to join the ACC with an unwritten understanding that while the football team was going to raise the profile of that sport in the conference the FSU basketball team was going to be kicked around for a while by the likes of teams named Duke, North Carolina and others winning titles.

    While that was the case for most of the time, the last 11 season have been ones that have seen head coach Leonard Hamilton's team finish as one of the winningest teams in the conference while winning the 2012 ACC tournament to go along with seven appearances in the NCAA tournament over that span.

  • Tomahawk Nation: FSU women's basketball point guard Izabela Nicoletti will miss the 2019-2020 season due to injury

    Redshirt freshman point guard Izabela Nicoletti will miss her second straight season due to a knee injury. Nicoletti tore her ACL last Thursday and Florida State confirmed today that the injury is expected to force the former 5-star recruit to miss the entire 2019-2020 season. While the injury this time is to her left knee unfortunately the awful result is the same.

    Nicoletti was expected to take over the point guard duties for a Seminole team that was poised to make a serious move on the national scene. Florida State brings back the entire roster from last year's team that reached the second round of the NCAA tournament.

  • Fansided: NBA Draft: Mfiondu Kabengele and Terrance Mann to play for LA Clippers

    FSU basketball standout Mfiondu Kabengele saw his dream of playing in the NBA come true Thursday night when he was selected No. 27 overall by the Brooklyn Nets.

    His rights were traded to the Los Angeles Clippers who then selected his teammate Terrance Mann with the No. 48 overall pick in the second round.

    Kabengele is FSU's 13th first round NBA draft pick in school history and did so without starting a single game in 2018-19.

    The ACC's Sixth Man of the Year moved up in draft projections as did Terrance Mann after workouts with NBA teams.

  • Tomahawk Nation: FSU wing Terance Mann: 2nd round pick of the L.A. Clippers in the 2019 NBA Draft

    After playing in more games than any other man in Florida State basketball history, Terance Mann is now a Los Angeles Clipper, after being taken with the 48th pick in the 2019 NBA Draft. His selection gives the Seminoles two NBA draft picks--both ultimately headed to the Clippers--in a single draft for the second time in three years.

    Hailing from Lowell, Massachusetts, Mann chose Florida State because he wanted to help change the culture of the program and get FSU back into the NCAA Tournament. Part of the heralded 2015 recruiting class that featured top-40 recruits Malik Beasley and Dwayne Bacon, Mann was a bit overlooked coming in at "just" the 100th ranked recruit in the nation.

  • Tomahawk Nation: FSU stretch forward Mfiondu Kabengele: 1st-round pick of the Brooklyn Nets in the 2019 NBA Draft

    When Mfiondu Kabengele arrived at Florida State, by way of Don Bosco Prep School in northern Indiana, he was an unheralded prospect with labels like "raw" and "potential." In fact, Kabengele had little interest from major programs besides FSU and he was best known for having a famous uncle, former NBA great Dikembe Mutombo.

    Three years later, Kabengele is leaving Tallahassee as a first round draft pick in the 2019 NBA draft after being taken by the Brooklyn Nets (and was then promptly traded to the L.A. Clippers) with the 27th pick.

    While "Fi" (as he's known by teammates and coaches) benefited from a late growth spurt that saw him transform from a 6'6 wing to a 6'10 stretch forward, he didn't attain this accomplishment by chance.

  • Fansided: FSU Basketball: Mfiondu Kabengele ranked as top 20 NBA Draft prospect

    By the time that the 2019 edition of the NBA draft is completed last Thursday night, the FSU basketball team could send two players to the professional basketball game from this year's team - as both Mfiondu Kabengele and Terance Mann are projected to be among the 60 players that get selected by one of the teams.

    The general consensus from many experts covering the upcoming draft is that while Mann will likely have to wait until the second round before he is selected, Kabengele has a good chance to join some of the best Seminoles before him and be one of the first round selections.

  • Fansided: FSU Basketball: Leonard Hamilton ranked as an underappreciated coach

    For the third straight season, the FSU basketball team made it back to the NCAA tournament and spent a second straight year playing in the second weekend of the event - just the latest item on the resume of the man who has been leading them for nearly two decades and changing the face of the program.

    In the last 17 seasons, head coach Leonard Hamilton has taken a program that had just 12 wins the season before he took over - and nine wins the year before that - into a team that set the program record for wins in a season last year (29) and could easily start the season ranked in the top 20 nationally.

  • Tomahawk Nation: FSU baseball still getting long odds to win College World Series

    Florida State baseball isn't getting the longest odds to win the 2019 College World Series. But it's close. The Seminoles have steamrolled through the NCAA Tournament, winning five games, all against higher-seeded teams, without a single blemish. But they've still got their doubters-- which has been a formula for success so far.

    The latest Vegas odds out of Caesar's Palace have the 'Noles with the second-smallest chance to dog-pile in Omaha. Fittingly, the only team with worse odds than FSU is Michigan. The Wolverines, like the Seminoles, were one of the last teams into the tourney, and made their way to Nebraska on the road as a 3-seed.

  • Tomahawk Nation: 3 Up, 3 Down: FSU baseball is heading to the College World Series

    The Florida State Seminoles (41-21 ) defeated the Louisiana State Tigers (40-26) in extra innings, in game two of the Baton Rouge Super Regional by a 5-4 score. The 'Noles advance to the College World Series for the 23rd time in school history thanks in part to a two-out, two-strike single off the bat of Drew Mendoza that plated Mike Salvatore in the bottom of the 12th.

    Florida State pitcher C.J. Van Eyk showed off his ridiculous talent on the mound on Sunday afternoon. The sophomore had masterful control of all thee of his pitches, he hit 98 mph on his fastball and was able to follow that up with am 84 mph changeup leaving LSU hitters baffled.

  • Fansided: FSU Baseball 2019 NCAA Super Regional Preview: vs. LSU Game 1

    It was just over a week ago that the FSU baseball team was counting their lucky stars for being one of the final four teams selected for the NCAA Tournament - and were, for the first time in decades, one of the lower seeds in a regional that had the writing on the wall of being the final weekend of the career for legendary head coach Mike Martin.

    Fast forward to this point on the calendar - and 35 runs later - and the Seminoles are not just one of the 16 teams left standing in the madness of June, but with the way things took place last weekend and who the Noles beat there are some out there who think some magic might come out of this coming weekend down on the bayou of Louisiana.

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