Dec. 17, 2010
|Saturday, December 18th – 7:00 p.m. EST|
|John J. Lee Amphitheater | New Haven, CT|
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|TV: Yalebulldogs.com | Radio: 1270 AM – Tallahassee|
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TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (Seminoles.com) – The No. 14 Florida State women’s basketball team plays at Yale Saturday night at 7 p.m.
The Seminoles (9-1) are coming off a win over UCF while the Bulldogs (1-7) are losers of seven consecutive ballgames.
FSU then plays at No. 1 UConn Tuesday night at 7 p.m. in a game that will either be played on ESPN2 or ESPNU depending on how the Huskies do in their game against Ohio State Sunday afternoon.
Florida State plays at Yale after spending a day-and-half sightseeing and spending time in New York City.
The Seminoles are undefeated in road games this season.
FSU head coach Sue Semrau and UCF head coach Chris Gobrecht share a common bond: both have served as head coach of the FSU women’s basketball team. Gobrecht was the coach before Semrau as she served as the Seminoles’ skipper during the 1996-97 season.
Florida State has never played against Yale.
The Seminoles continue to be a terrific rebounding team and currently boast a staggering +146 rebounding advantage through 10 games, which is No. 4 in the nation.
The Seminoles have struggled with turnovers all year but that was not the case the last two games. FSU kept it under 20 turnovers the last couple of contests.
The Bulldogs opened the year with a victory at Holy Cross but have lost seven consecutive games, including a one-point loss to Sacred Heart in their last game.
Saturday’s game won’t be last in the state of Connecticut for FSU. The team plays against UConn on Tuesday.