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FSU Softball Continues Home Stand Against Georgia Southern, Host Seminole Classic

Feb. 13, 2006

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2006 Florida State Softball
2006 Record:
ACC Record: 0-0

The Leadoff Hitter (This Week’s Games):
FSU hosts Georgia Southern (1-3)
Tuesday, February 14 4 p.m. (DH)

FSU hosts Seminole Classic
Friday-Saturday, February 17-18

Friday, February 17
vs. South Carolina (3-2), 2 p.m.
vs. Iowa State (0-0), 4 p.m.

Saturday, February 18
vs. South Carolina (3-2), 2 p.m.
vs. Iowa State (0-0), 4 p.m.

Touching Them All (Weekly Rap Up):
Early Bird Tournament

Friday, February 10
Lost 12-3 to Louisville (McDonald 0-1)
Won 7-2 vs. Samford (May 1-0)

Saturday, February 11
Won 11-3 vs. Nicholls St. (McDonald 1-1)

Base Hits (News & Notes):
• The hits keep coming for All-America candidate Natasha Jacob (Coppell, Texas). The senior extended the longest active hitting streak in the country to 27 games with hits in the third inning of all three contests last weekend. Currently she is tied for the 11th-longest streak in NCAA history.

• Jacob will answer fans questions during a live chat this Wednesday (February 15) at 1 p.m. on www.seminoles.com.

• Second baseman Veronica Wootson (Fontana, Calif.) moved into a tie for ninth place on the FSU career home run list with Beth Wade when she belted the 12th of her career against Samford on Saturday.

• All-America candidate LaShaun Davis (Marietta, Ga.) set a career-high with three runs scored and two stolen bases against Nicholls State. Freshman Michelle Snyder (Wenatchee, Wash.) hit her first collegiate home run on Saturday and rookie hurler Melissa May (San Diego, Calif.) recorded her first victory Friday against Samford.

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