Sunday Seminoles Summary: Softball advances to 11th straight Regional final, Baseball clinches series, Woad first and FSU 9th in NCAA Golf Championship (2024)

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If you missed last week’s Triple S recap of all the Seminole sports, you can find it here.

This week in Florida State sports:

  • The 15th-ranked softball team defeated UCF yesterday to advance to its 11th consecutive Regional Final. FSU is scheduled to play today at 1 p.m. taking on the winner of last night late-night Game 5 of the Regional.
  • FSU All-American golfer and National Player of the Year Finalist Lottie Woad is in first place, and FSU is in a tie for ninth place in the team standings after the first round of the NCAA Division I Women’s Golf Championship. Woad carded a career-low and program record tying 65 and leads the individual standings by one stroke.
  • The 10th-ranked baseball team bounced back after losing last weekends series at Pitt and their mid-week game at Stetson, by clinching their final ACC series of the season against Georgia Tech. The Noles beat Tech handily in their first 2 games, but dropped the final rain delayed game of the regular season in a back and forth battle. FSU finished with 16 more wins than 2023 for the largest turnaround in the country. FSU will be the #4 or #5 seed in the ACC Tournament which begins on Tuesday. The team will find out when their first and second games of the tournament will be played later today.
  • The soccer team added a notable transfer by signing in Giana Riley. The former Gonzaga Bulldog will be coming to Florida State with two years of eligibility remaining.
  • Three FSU women’s tennis players are headed to Oklahoma for the NCAA Singles and Doubles Championships beginning Monday. Two FSU men’s tennis players will begin the NCAA Division I Men’s Tennis Individual Championships on Monday.

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  • Florida State drops rain-delayed seesaw game, but clinch final ACC series-Noles’ finish 39-14 (17-12 ACC) for most wins since 2018, will be 4th or 5th seed in ACC Tourny

Florida State went through an incredible week-long journey to make their series at Pittsburgh, play on the road in Orlando, and get ready for their final regular season of the year. The physical and emotional miles would add up to any team, and as the ‘Noles started the second game of their doubleheader, the energy levels took their toll....{continued}

what would a series be without a James Tibbs

B5 | GT 5, FSU 6

— FSU Baseball (@FSUBaseball) May 17, 2024
  • Florida State explodes for an eight-run third to take the first game of the doubleheader.

Florida State wanted to send their seniors out with a bang.

As FSU moved their game and ceremony to Friday afternoon, the Seminoles knew that the best way to pay their respects was to dispatch the Yellow Jackets and take the series.

An early offensive barrage did just that.

Carson Dorsey took the mound for Link Jarrett, who needed outs/ length from the lefty with two games in one day. It looked rocky early on as he allowed a run, two base hits, and a walk in the first, but the offense had his back.....{continued}

that's a biggggg fly for Jaime! his 15th of the year!

B3 | GT 1, FSU 4

— FSU Baseball (@FSUBaseball) May 17, 2024
  • Florida State pulls away from Georgia Tech late on Thursday for 8-3 victory.

Not all home games are created equal.

Florida State took on Georgia Tech Thursday night for their last regular season series, but this weekend brought extra emotions. After storms that swept through Tallahassee last Friday, Link Jarrett felt fortunate to play tonight. Work crews put in around-the-clock hours to get Dick Howser ready for action after the fence and foul pole in right came crashing down. With a new wall, Florida State received the all-clear, and Jamie Arnold toed the rubber trying to match his 17-strikeout performance from last weekend.

The lefty picked up right where he left off to begin the first, retiring the first three batters he faced and running his fastball up to 97. Unfortunately, the FSU hitters looked like the same lineup that played against Pitt. The first six Seminole batters went down in order due to poor secondary pitch recognition, an issue Link Jarrett highlighted during his weekly press conference....{continued}

How about another Nole homer!

Cam sets a career high with his 13th!

B6 | GT 2, FSU 4

— FSU Baseball (@FSUBaseball) May 17, 2024
  • FSU Seminoles drop midweek matchup as Stetson unloads offensive barrage-Florida State pitching staff struggles

FSU baseball struggled in its midweek matchup on the road Tuesday, with the Stetson Hatters putting on an offensive showcase to claim a 10-5 win:

The Seminoles pitching staff has struggled over the last few games as injuries, fatigue and control problems have reared their head — and on Tuesday, the long ball plagued the FSU arms.

starter Matt Sauser and the second two by Conner Whittaker. The Seminoles jumped into the homerun fest with a solo shot by James Tibbs in the fourth, his 22nd on the season. On the mound, Yoel Tejada tossed three solid innings until a bad start to the sixth inning, more to come there.

In the top of the sixth, Florida State pulled even with the Hatters. Marco Dinges started it with reaching via an error and then a Daniel Cantu double. Alex Lodise was hit by a pitch and Drew Faurot brought home a run with a sacrifice fly. Cantu scored on a wild pitch for run number three. Finally, Lodise scored on a Jordan Williams double. The inning appeared to give the Seminoles life until the bottom of the frame happened.

Tejada allowed a homerun to start the inning before recording the first out. After allowing the next two batters to reach, Tejada was relieved by John Abraham who promptly loaded the bases with a walk. Next up was Connor Hults who gave up a run on a fielder’s choice before allowing a two-run triple. An RBI single followed and Noah Short came in to escape any further damage. When all was said and done, Stetson was up 9-4.

The Hatters homered again in the seventh and Tibbs cracked his 23rd home run in the ninth to bring the final score to 10-5.

  • 3 Up, 3 Down: FSU blows a tire in race for a top-8 national seed-The Seminoles finish the week 2-2, but lost their ACC series to Pitt

Florida State came into this week controlling its own destiny for a top-eight seed and a regional. They could begin putting the finishing touches on their resume with a series win against a Pitt team that had not won an ACC series all year and came into the weekend with a record under .500. Instead of taking care of business and starting their four-game road trip on the right foot, they did anything but.

A lack of timely hitting, timely pitching, and a slumping offense resulted in the Seminoles dropping the first two games between the sides....{continued}

Not ONLY does he lead the ACC in homers, RBI, slugging percentage and total bases...@JamesTibbsIII is just the 7th Seminole to hit 50 career home runs!#Noles

— FSU Baseball (@FSUBaseball) May 15, 2024

Earned, not given@JamesTibbsIII, @_JamieArnold13 & @cameron_smith24 are Dick Howser Trophy semifinalists

— FSU Baseball (@FSUBaseball) May 16, 2024

Cal Raleigh is the first American League catcher to hit 10+ home runs in his team's first 40 games of a season since Jorge Posada-NYY (10 HR) in 2003.

— Mariners PR (@MarinersPR) May 12, 2024

#BlueJays No. 17 prospect CJ Van Eyk allowed one hit and struck out six across five scoreless innings for @FisherCats.

— Minor League Baseball (@MiLB) May 13, 2024

RHP Jackson Baumeister struck out 7 in 4 IP last night, giving him 33 K through his first career 25 IP (2.88 ERA/.193 BAA)

— The Verge- An Orioles MiLB Podcast (@TheVergePod) May 17, 2024

Stepping up as a leader.

Jerry Dipoto details the importance of Cal Raleigh both at the plate and behind it, plus more, in the latest Wheelhouse

— Seattle Mariners (@Mariners) May 16, 2024


  • No. 15 Florida State softball advances to regional final after win versus UCF-Seminoles have big second inning to secure regional final appearance

On Friday, Florida State softball took a nail biter from Chattanooga in the opening round of the Tallahassee Regional. Now, they turn to UCF in the winners bracket game, following the Knights 11-6 win over Auburn.

As the designated away team, the FSU batting order faced Kaitlin Felton, who had a 1-2-3 inning for her team. For the hosting Seminoles, it was Mimi Gooden in the circle, who similarly thew a shut down inning in order.....{continued}




— Florida State Softball (@FSU_Softball) May 18, 2024
  • No. 15 Florida State Softball survives and advances against Chattanooga-Seminoles mount comeback versus the Mocs

Florida State softball squared off against the Chattanooga Mocs in the first round of the Tallahassee regional. It was Allison Royalty getting the start for the FSU, against Peja Goold for UTC.

Royalty had a pair of walks for her inaugural inning, but was able to keep the Mocs from scoring. Similarly, Goold did the same in the bottom of the inning, just allowing a walk.....{continued}

DEVYN FLAHERTY‼️‼️‼️‼️‼️‼️



— Florida State Softball (@FSU_Softball) May 18, 2024
  • Seminole Softball Wrap Podcast: Breaking down the Tallahassee Regional, ACC Tournament recap-FSU lands 15 overall seed, paired with Oklahoma’s Regional

For the 10th year in a row, Florida State softball and Tallahassee will play host to the opening round of the NCAA Tournament.

After a second-place finish in the ACC Tournament last weekend, the Seminoles earned the No. 15 overall seed in the NCAA Tournament and will host the Tallahassee Regional at Joanne Graf Field this weekend. The Seminoles will play host to the two-seeded Auburn Tigers, three-seeded UCF Knights and four-seeded Chattanooga Mocs.

On this episode of the Seminole Wrap podcast, Gwyn Rhodes and Brian Pellerin take a look back at the past two weeks — Florida State’s pursuit of the ACC regular season crown, wild extra-inning affair against the Florida Gators and the ACC Tournament run — and look ahead to the Tallahassee Regional as well as the regional action coming across the country.

Five Seminoles earned NFCA All-Region honors on Thursday afternoon as Jaysoni Beachum was named to the first team, Michaela Edenfield and Kalei Harding were named to the second team and Kaley Mudge and Isa Torres were named to the third team.

Beachum became the first true freshman since Veronica Wootson in 2004 to be named to First Team All-Region. Beachum became just the third true freshman ever to be named to the first team as she joins Julie Larsen in 1985 and Wootson in 2004. Beachum has had a phenomenal season as she leads the team with a .436 batting average, 75 hits, 15 home runs, 64 RBI snd 31 walks. She has already been named the ACC Freshman of the Year, a Top 10 Finalist for the TUCCI/NFCA National Freshman of the Year and a Top 10 Finalist for the USA Softball National Player of the Year award.

Kalei Harding and Michaela Edenfield each earned their second career All-Region honors as they were both named to the All-Region team in 2022. Edenfield has had her best season as a Seminole as she is hitting a career-high .382 while hitting 14 home runs with 43 RBI. Harding has continued to be her consistent self and has put up her best numbers of her career with a career-high 60 RBI and is tied with Edenfield with 14 home runs.

Mudge earned her third-consecutive All-Region honor after hitting .358 this season with two home runs and 29 RBI in 50 games. Torres is also putting together a terrific freshman season as she has hit .364 with eight home runs and 53 RBI.

  • Florida State freshman Jasyoni Beachum was named as one of ten finalists for the USA Softball National Player of the Year — the first true freshman in school history to be named a finalist for the award and first Seminoles’ player since Jessi Warren and Jessica Burroughs in 2017:

Beachum is looking to join Jessica van der Linden and Lacey Waldrop as the only two Seminoles to win the award, and Beachum has made a great case to do so. Beachum has put together one of the greatest offensive seasons in school history in her first year of collegiate play. Beachum is hitting .436 with 15 home runs and 64 RBI. Beachum is on pace to break the school record for batting average (.430) and currently has the fifth-most RBI in a single season with 64. Beachum is one of just four players in Florida State history to hit 15+ home runs and record 60 or more RBI. The ACC Freshman of the Year and First Team All-ACC performer has already broken the freshman school record for RBI in a single season and is well on her way to break the freshman record for batting average, slugging percentage and on base percentage. Beachum needs just 13 more hits to break the freshman record for most hits in a single season and needs just five home runs to break Jessi Warren’s freshman home run record.....

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— Josie Muffley (@josiemuff) May 17, 2024


National Player of the Year Finalist Lottie Woad is in first place, and Florida State is in a tie for ninth place in the team standings after the first round of the NCAA Division I Women’s Golf Championship on the Champions Course at the Omni La Costa Resort and Spa. Woad carded a career-low and program record tying 65 and leads the individual standings by one stroke over Isabella Rawl of Clemson.

Woad carded a 7 under par score of 65. She tied her personal record for a low score in a single round, tied the school record for a low score in a single round, and set the school record for the low score in a single round in the NCAA Championship Finals. Woad came within one shot of tying the all-time record low score of 64 in the NCAA Championship finals event. The best score in relation to par in NCAA Championship Finals history is a 64 by Megan McChrystal of LSU in 2010.....

The Florida State Men’s Golf team finished its impressive stay at the NCAA Stanford Regional by shooting 28-under (267-267-278) and placing second overall, advancing to its fourth consecutive NCAA Championships.

This year’s NCAA Championships marks its first hosted at the Omni La Costa Resort & Spa in Carlsbad, Calif. It will be held May 24-29.Florida State’s 28-under score vs. par ties for its second-lowest in postseason history over three rounds played.

Senior Frederik Kjettrup nearly completed consecutive postseason wins after earning co-medalist honors at last month’s ACC Championships. He shot 11-under (67-65-67) to finish one shot off the lead, with three birdies and an eagle highlighting his superb final round.

Sophom*ore Luke Clanton (65-66-69) tied for fifth at 10-under, joining Kjettrup among seven golfers whom recorded each round in the 60s while out at Stanford Golf Course. Clanton added four birdies on his day.

Redshirt senior Cole Anderson (66-67-72) tied for 10th at 5-under, finishing a strong performance that was extended from his previous play at the ACC Championships when he won both his matches vs. Georgia Tech and North Carolina.

Senior Gray Albright (70-69-72) tied for 34th at 1-over and fellow senior Brett Roberts (69-73-70) went 2-over to tie for 36th.

Congratulations to Luke Clanton for being named 1️⃣ of collegiate golfers selected to @TheHaskinsAward final watch list! #OneTribe | #GoNoles

— FSU Golf (@FSUGolf) May 17, 2024

Lottie Woad, the 2024 ACC Golfer of the Year, has been named as one of five finalists for the 2023-24 Division I PING Women’s Golf Coaches Association Player Year Award. Woad won the championship at the Augusta National Women’s Amateur tournament in April of 2024, finished in third place at the 2024 NCAA Las Vegas Regional Championship, and will lead the Seminoles into the 2024 NCAA Championships beginning Friday.

Woad is joined by Zoe Antoinette Campos (UCLA), Ingrid Lindblad (LSU), Julia Lopez Ramirez (Mississippi State) and Catherine Park (Southern Cal) on the WGCA Player of the Year finalist list.

Woad enters the 2024 NCAA Championship Finals in Carlsbad, Cal., (May 17-22) averaging 70.10 strokes in 21 rounds during seven events – the lowest single-year scoring average in school history. She led Florida State to the team championship at the Collegiate Invitational in Guadalajara and to five top-five team finishes this year. Individually, she finished in a tie for 2nd place in the individual standings at the Collegiate Invitational and tied for 2nd place finish in the Florida State Match-Up.

Woad is second in school history with a career stroke average of 70.68 in 53 rounds during 18 career events. She has three career collegiate wins on her resume, has 15 top 10 finishes in her 18 career tournaments, and is a cumulative total of 55 strokes under par for her entire Florida State career.

Woad was recently named as one of 10 finalists for the 2024 ANNIKA Award.

Woad was an All-American First-Team by the WGCA and All-American Second-Team by Golfweek in 2023. She was selected as the National Freshman of the Year by the WGCA and was an All-ACC selection as a freshman in 2023 and as a sophom*ore in 2024.

“We are all very proud of Lottie,” said Head Coach Amy Bond. “She has had a great year, has been consistent with her play in each of our events, and is a vital part of our success. Lottie makes her teammates better, just as her teammates make her better every day.”

Woad played in the Chevron Championship – her first LPGA Major Tournament – in April of 2024. She finished in a tie for 23rd place.

The Seminoles, who begin play in their school record eighth consecutive NCAA Championship Finals event on Friday, are one of only four teams in the nation that have qualified to play in each of the last eight NCAA Championship Finals. The Seminoles are joined by Southern Cal, Stanford and Texas in an elite group of programs that have played during the final week of the season in each NCAA Championship since 2016.

Florida State golfers Charlotte Heath and Alice Hodge are in a class by themselves.

The two seniors, who have already graduated from Florida State University, form the first Seminole women’s golf class in school history to play in four consecutive NCAA Championship Finals. The Seminoles begin play in the 2024 NCAA Championship on Friday at 9:40 a.m. ET at the Omni La Costa Resort.

As they prepare to step onto the first tee box for the first of four rounds of stroke play, Heath and Hodge have been the driving forces of three of the most successful teams in the history of the program. With those two in the lineup, the Seminoles have earned the top three NCAA Championship Finals finishes in school history (ninth in 2021, and fifth in both 2022 and 2023), which have helped the Seminoles advance to match play at the finals site for the first two times in school history (2022 and 2023), won the first two NCAA Regional championships in school history (2021 at Louisville and 2022 at Tallahassee), and helped the Seminoles win nine in-season tournament championships....

It marks the fourth consecutive year Bond has been named as a finalist for the WGCA National Coach of the Year Award.

Bond is a National Coach of the Year finalist for the fourth consecutive year. She is one of just six coaches who have been named to the National Coach of the Year watch list in each of the last four seasons.

Bond, the winningest women’s golf coach in school history, is in her 14th season as the head coach at Florida State. She has won 20 tournament championships, coached two Olympians, three ACC Golfers of the Year, 26 All-ACC selections and 17 All-Americans during her tenure at Florida State....

"I'm just trying to enjoy life more."
@johnnydpak is working on finding joy in his game similar to when he first started playing golf.

— Korn Ferry Tour (@KornFerryTour) May 15, 2024

An opening-round 6️⃣7️⃣

That’s a nice start for @BKoepka at the #PGAChamp

— FSU Golf (@FSUGolf) May 16, 2024

Men’s Basketball

Florida State’s Jamir Watkins displayed his malleability on day two of the NBA Draft combine scrimmages. 12-4-4 in just under 20 minutes played. Knocked down a pair of threes and made some sharp passes. Rangy defender with 6-foot-11 wingspan. Can impact winning in any role.

— League Him (@League_Him) May 15, 2024


Three Individuals on the Florida State women’s tennis team will travel to Stillwater, Oklahoma, for the NCAA Singles and Doubles Championships beginning Monday.

Vic Allen and Ellie Schoppe will be competing in the 64-player singles tournament, and the duo of Allen and Millie Bissett are in the 32-pair doubles tournament.

Allen is ranked 21st in the ITA singles rankings and finished the season with 15 wins, including six over ranked opponents. Allen earned ACC Player of the Week for three consecutive weeks in March and April.

Schoppe is the 35th-ranked singles player in the nation and earned 15 victories in singles with seven against ranked opponents. The Stuart, Florida, native earned ACC Player of the Week in February.

The pair of Allen and Bissett are ranked 17th in the ITA doubles rankings and earned 13 victories together, including three top-15 wins. The duo went a perfect 7-0 in the month of March and earned ACC Doubles Team of the Week following a weekend sweep of Georgia Tech’s 12th-ranked pair and Clemson at No. 1 position.

The singles tournament kicks off on Monday and the doubles tournament begins on Tuesday. The seeds and times are to be announced. Live stats and video will be available on

Florida State’s Antoine Cornut-Chauvinc and Joshua Dous-Karpenschif will begin the NCAA Division I Men’s Tennis Individual Championships in Stillwater, Oklahoma on Monday. Cornut-Chauvinc will compete in the singles competition as the No. 3 national seed while he and Dous-Karpenschif will compete in the doubles competition as an at-large selection.

The singles competition begins on Monday while the doubles competition gets underway Tuesday. This marks the second straight season Florida State is represented by both players in the same competitions. The bracket selection will be announced at the conclusion of the NCAA Division I Men’s Tennis Team Championship.

Cornut-Chauvinc finished the season as the No. 4 player in the nation with a 25-3 record and played the entire season on Court 1 for the Seminoles. He was named the ACC Player of the Year, earned a second straight All-ACC Singles First-Team selection and was on the All-ACC Doubles Second Team. He claimed 17 ranked victories and only dropped 10 singles sets throughout the entire season.

The senior was also named ACC Tournament MVP after straight-set victories against #65 Virginia Tech, #11 NC State, and #7 Wake Forest before accomplishing one of the greatest moments in the program’s history. In a 3-3 ACC Championship match, Cornut-Chauvinc was down 5-2 in the third set before winning five straight games and the final seven points to seal Florida State’s first-ever ACC Championship.

Cornut-Chauvinc and Dous-Karpenschif finished the season as the No. 13 doubles pair in the nation with a 15-11 record and played the entire season on Court 1 for the Seminoles. The duo earned a second straight bid into the national doubles competition and was named to the All-ACC Doubles Second Team. They claimed six ranked victories.

The Lyon, France, natives took their best victory of the season over the No. 2 pair in the nation in the ACC Semifinals against Wake Forest. Cornut-Chauvinc and Dous-Karpenschif were tied 3-3 before winning the final three games to seal the all-important doubles point which was the difference in the 4-3 thriller.


The Noles keep on getting better

We're excited to welcome former First Team All-West Region and First Team All-WCC performer Giana Riley to Tallahassee

— FSU Soccer (@FSUSoccer) May 14, 2024

The Florida State women’s soccer program and head coach Brian Pensky added another key piece to their 2024 roster with a notable transfer signing in Giana Riley. The former Gonzaga Bulldog will be coming to Florida State with two years of eligibility remaining.

The forward out of Manteca, California, was a First Team All-West Region and All-WCC First Team performer as a sophom*ore last season and started in 18 games for the Bulldogs. Riley led the team with 12 goals and 30 points on the year and ended last season with career highs in shots (55), shots on goal (30) and assists (6). Riley showcased an impressive shot on a goal percentage throughout the season at 54.5%. Last season, Riley recorded her first collegiate hat trick against Pepperdine to help the Bulldogs to their first-ever WCC Championship. Riley also recorded three other multi-goal games and helped the Bulldogs to the Second Round of the NCAA Tournament.

As a freshman in 2022, Riley was named to the WCC All-Freshman Team as she started in 13 games and appeared in all 18 of them scoring five goals, while also accounting for four assists.

Riley has also been a staple with the U.S. U-20 Youth National Team, having attended every training camp in 2024, including trips to Colombia and Germany. Like five of her future Nole teammates, Riley is seeking a spot on 2024 U.S. U-20 World Cup Team.

Riley attended John C. Kimball High School where she was named Varsity Defensive Player of the Year during her freshman year, and was named the Varsity Captain during her sophom*ore and junior years. Riley was also named a Scholar-Athlete her freshman, sophom*ore and junior years. Outside of soccer, Riley ran track and also participated in three years of basketball.

I am extremely grateful to announce my verbal commitment to continue my
academic studies and soccer development at Florida State University. I want to thank my family, friends, teammates, trainers, and coaches who have supported me on my journey! @FSUSoccer @Michigan_Hawks

— Micayla Johnson (@micaylajsoccer) May 13, 2024

Track and Field

"Florida State was the favorite coming in and they delivered."

Relive the moment as our men's 4x100m relay took home gold for the first time since 2021 behind Keshaun Black, Ismael Kone, Alex Collier and Jaiden Rollins at the ACC Outdoor Championship!#OneTribe | #GoNoles

— Florida State T&F/XC (@FSU_Track) May 17, 2024

5️⃣ !

Our women's outdoor program checks in at #20 in this week's @ustfccca national rankings!#OneTribe | #GoNoles

— Florida State T&F/XC (@FSU_Track) May 14, 2024

' !

Tyra Wilson climbs to No.3 all-time in FSU history after boasting a career best in the 400 hurdles (56.30) at the ACC Championship!#OneTribe | #GoNoles

— Florida State T&F/XC (@FSU_Track) May 13, 2024

' !

3️⃣1️⃣ Noles are headed to Lexington, Kentucky for the NCAA East Preliminary round!#OneTribe | #GoNoles

— Florida State T&F/XC (@FSU_Track) May 16, 2024


I wish i told myself to be as BIG as possible. Takes time to feel comfortable taking up space. #collegedays @FSU_Volleyball

— Gabrielle Reece (@GabbyReece) May 14, 2024

Other Cool Seminole Stuff

The 2024 Atlantic hurricane season begins June 1. Florida State University faculty are available to offer insight into forecasting, insurance, emergency management, evacuation, community resiliency and more aspects of these destructive storms.

— FSU Research (@FSUResearch) May 17, 2024

Florida State University and EarlyBird Education bring new comprehensive literacy assessment & dyslexia screening tool to schools across the country. @TheFCRR @EarlyBirdLearn @FSUResearch @FSUCCI

— Florida State University (@FloridaState) May 16, 2024

Florida State University welcomed members of the Muscogee (Creek) Nation led by Chief David Hill to campus. Provost Jim Clark, the director of the Native American and Indigenous Studies Center and administrators met with tribe members to talk about ways to foster collaboration.

— Florida State University (@FloridaState) May 15, 2024

Inside Tarik Dickens’ lab at @FAMUFSUCOE, researchers are fine-tuning the tools used in 3D printing, helping to create better, stronger materials for a wide variety of applications.

— FSU Research (@FSUResearch) May 15, 2024

"We're in a great conference... but Florida State, in my eyes, is one of the top brands in collegiate sports and we got to make sure we're providing the resources to compete at that elite level." - @Seminoles AD @SeminoleAlford

Hear the full interview:

— College Sports on SiriusXM (@SXMCollege) May 14, 2024
Sunday Seminoles Summary: Softball advances to 11th straight Regional final, Baseball clinches series, Woad first and FSU 9th in NCAA Golf Championship (2024)
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