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FSU vs. Yale Preview

Dec. 17, 2010




Seminoles.com Gameday
Saturday, December 18th – 7:00 p.m. EST
John J. Lee Amphitheater | New Haven, CT
Tickets – Available | Seating Chart
TV:  Yalebulldogs.com | Radio: 1270 AM – Tallahassee
Game Notes
Key Players

Cierra Bravard

23.8
Min / Game
31.7

Megan Vasquez

14.3
Pts. / Game
13.2
1.0
Ast. / Game
3.2
8.3
Reb. / Game
4.8
55.3
FG %
31.9
0.0
3PT %
35.7
70.9
FT %
78.1
Head to Head

#14 Florida State Seminoles

(9-1) (0-0 ACC)

Yale Bulldogs

(1-7) (0-0 IVY)

Scoring‘NolesBulldogs
Points/Game
71.2
61.2
FG %
44.4
35.8
3PT %
34.3
29.3
FT %
64.6
71.2
Defense‘NolesBulldogs
Rebounds/Game
46.1
34.4
Steals/Game
9.0
9.0
Blocks/Game
3.0
1.0

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.

QUICK HITTERS

• 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.

 

 

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