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No. 11/12 FSU Goes For School-Record 11th ACC Win of the Year at Home Vs. Miami, Sunday at 1 p.m.

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TALLAHASSEE, Fla. – Experiencing one of the greatest regular seasons in program history, the No. 11/12 Florida State women’s basketball team will be looking to make history when it plays host to Miami on Sunday at 1 p.m.

 

With a win, FSU (22-5, 10-1 ACC) would achieve its school-record 11th Atlantic Coast Conference victory of the year.

 

The Seminoles welcome the Hurricanes (13-13, 2-9) to town as the first-place team in the conference. If FSU wins all three of its remaining games, it will claim its first ever league title. If the Seminoles win two of their last three, they will at least share the ACC regular-season crown.

 

Junior forward Jacinta Monroe enters Sunday’s rivalry game in a tie with former Seminoles standout Brooke Wycoff for first place all-time on FSU’s career blocks list as both players have 209 swats in their respective careers.

 

FSU’s matchup with Miami will be played during Paint it Pink weekend. The first 2,000 fans that come to the Donald L. Tucker Center will receive a free commemorative pink t-shirt. Other events during the weekend include a 5K Race for a Cure, Silent Auction and much more.

 

For more information on the Paint it Pink initiative, visit www.Seminoles.com or contact the Florida State marketing office at (850) 644-8368.

 

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THE FLORIDA STATE-MIAMI SERIES

The in-state rivalry between the Seminoles and Hurricanes dates back to the 1974-75 season when FSU earned a 59-45 victory on a neutral court. That win would prove to be a sign of good things to come as Florida State now boasts a 27-7 all-time record over Miami – including an 8-1 mark since the Hurricanes joined the ACC. Florida State enters Sunday’s game having won seven straight over the Hurricanes and 12 of the last 13.

 

SERIES RESULTS VS. MIAMI…………………….. 27-7

1974-75…….. W……………… 59-45…………………… (N)

1977-78…….. W……………… 66-56…………………… (N)

1978-79…….. W……………… 73-57…………………… (N)

………………… W……………… 74-64…………………… (A)

………………… W……………… 79-53…………………… (H)

1979-80…….. W……………… 82-64…………………… (H)

………………… W……………… 93-74…………………… (A)

………………… W……………… 72-61…………………… (N)

1980-81…….. W……………… 87-73…………………… (H)

………………… W……………… 62-55…………………… (A)

…………………. L …………….. 70-79…………………… (N)

1981-82…….. W……………… 77-74…………………… (A)

………………… W……………… 66-52…………………… (H)

………………… W……………… 84-80…………………… (N)

1983-84…….. W……………… 76-64…………………… (N)

1984-85…….. L……………… 65-79…………………… (A)

…………………. L……………… 67-74…………………… (H)

1986-87…….. W……………… 75-74…………………… (A)

…………………. L……………… 73-80…………………… (H)

1988-89…….. L……………… 85-96…………………… (N)

…………………. L……………… 79-88…………………… (A)

1989-90…….. W……………… 95-66…………………… (H)

1990-91…….. W……………… 76-62…………………… (A)

1991-92…….. W……………… 71-69…………………… (H)

1992-93…….. W……………… 64-61…………………… (A)

2004-05…….. W……………… 65-56…………………… (H)

…………………. L……………… 57-62…………………… (A)

2005-06…….. W……………… 79-54…………………… (A)

………………… W……………… 68-61…………………… (H)

2006-07…….. W……………… 71-62…………………… (H)

………………… W……………… 75-68…………………… (A)

2007-08…….. W…………… 75-70(OT)………………… (A)

………………… W……………… 50-49…………………… (H)

2008-09…….. w……………… 75-59…………………… (A)

 

EARLIER THIS YEAR AGAINST THE HURRICANES

Four players scored in double figures for the Seminoles in a 75-59 win at Miami on Jan. 11. Senior guard Tanae Davis-Cain led all FSU players with 18 points while Alysha Harvin scored 13, Courtney Ward had 11 and Jacinta Monroe finished with 10. THE FSU defense did its job in that game, too, forcing 23 Hurricanes turnovers.

 

Scouting MIAMI

FSU……………………………. PER GAME……………………………. UM

71.3……………………………….. POINTS……………………………… 65.8

.426 ………………………………… FG%………………………………… .401

.382……………………………….. 3 FG%………………………………. .270

.669…………………………………. FT%………………………………… .631

41.4……………………………. REBOUNDS…………………………… 37.8

13.7………………………………. ASSISTS…………………………….. 15.0

18.6…………………………… TURNOVERS………………………….. 16.7

8.5…………………………………. STEALS……………………………… 11.5

4.6………………………………… BLOCKS………………………………. 4.8

 

SEMINOLES ARE 4-1 AGAINST IN-STATE FOES THIS YEAR

FSU is now 168-74 all-time against teams from the state of Florida. FSU has played Florida Gulf Coast, UNF, Florida, UCF and Miami this year and is 4-1 in those games.

 

 

201 AND SHE’s JUST GETTING STARTED

In her 12th season at the helm of the Florida State women’s basketball program, head coach Sue Semrau earned career win No. 200 in FSU’s Feb. 13 game; a thrilling 77-70 defeat of No. 8 North Carolina. Semrau is already used to making a little magic happen at FSU as she became the program’s winningest coach in her ninth season on Feb. 19, 2006 when the Seminoles defeated Clemson 80-72 in overtime. She has guided the Seminoles to double-digit victories in nine-straight seasons and to four-straight NCAA Tournaments and five overall. Her current coaching record after defeating Clemson is 201-157.

 

SO BALANCED

Florida State’s secret weapon this season is the team’s balance… 

• Four players average 10 or more points per game and three players are averaging four or more rebounds per game. 

• Seven different Seminoles have led the team in scoring this season. 

Jacinta Monroe has led FSU in scoring in a team-high 11 games. 

• On the rebounding side, seven different Seminoles have led the team on the boards at least once with Monroe again leading the way at 17 times.

• Of the returning players, four have set new career-highs in scoring and four in rebounding this season.

 

HIGHEST RANKING IN PROGRAM HISTORY

Florida State’s ranking of No. 11 in this week’s Associated Press poll, and No. 12 in this week’s USA TODAY/ESPN Poll, are the highest rankings in program history.  FSU has spent seven weeks in the AP Top 25 this season (two at the beginning of the season and five currently) which is also a program record. 

 

10 ACC WINS TIES SCHOOL RECORD

By defeating Clemson, FSU earned Atlantic Coast Conference win No. 10 of the season, which is tied for the most in the history of the program. Florida State earned 10 league wins in back-to-back years in the 2005-06 and 2006-07 seasons. A win over the Hurricanes would set the new standard at FSU for conference victories.

 

FIRST EVER LEAGUE TITLE IN SIGHT

At first place in the ACC, the Seminoles have the chance to do something they have never done before: earn a regular season league title. If FSU can win all three of its final games it will claim that honor outright. Win two of the next three and the worst they can do is share it.

 

MONROE SCORES MOST POINTS OF HER CAREER

Junior forward Jacinta Monroe’s stellar junior season hit another high note in the Seminoles’ win over Clemson. That’s because Monroe’s 24 points is a new career high in scoring, edging out her previous career-best of 23 points she scored against UAB in 2007.

 

SHE ALSO TIED A SCHOOL RECORD

In addition to posting a new career high in scoring, Jacinta Monroe made history as her one block against the Tigers officially put her into a tie for first place on FSU’s all-time career blocks list. With 209 swats in her career, Monroe is now tied with former Seminole Brooke Wyckoff’s for best in program history. Monroe is also on the verge of setting the single-season mark also held by Wyckoff. Monroe currently has 68 blocks this year and Wyckoff’s record for a season is 80.

 

FOUR IN DOUBLE FIGURES

Jacinta Monroe, Mara Freshour, Tanae Davis-Cain and Alysha Harvin all scored in double figures against Clemson, marking the 13th time this season that FSU has had at least four players score 10 points or more in a game. The Seminoles are 10-3 overall when that many players hit the double-digit scoring mark.

 

FRESHOUR WITH THE STEAL

Senior guard Mara Freshour posted a career-high six steals in the win at Clemson. Her previous career-best was four takeaways in a game, which also came against Clemson on Feb. 22, 2007.

 

THE DEFENSE HAS STEPPED IT UP

Florida State’s success this season can be directly attributed to their improved play on the defensive end. Compared to the 2006-07 season when the team finished the year 24-10 (10-4 in ACC) and set many new records for defense, this year’s squad has been even more impressive.

 

Category                            2006-07                    2008-09

Opp. points per game           61.3                          60.2

Opp. Field goal pct.               .393                          .368

Opp. rebound avg.                34.7                          34.6

Opp. turnovers per game      17.1                          19.5

Opp. assists per game          12.6                          11.3          

 

LOTS OF STEALS EQUALS WIN

With 11 steals against Clemson, the Seminoles moved to a perfect 9-0 in games where they garner at least 10 takeaways.

 

ONLY ONE MORE TO GO IN UNDEFEATED QUEST

By defeating Clemson in its own gym, FSU moved to a perfect 9-0 in true road games this season. The Seminoles have never finished undefeated in road games during the season and have just one more to go before the ACC Tournament. FSU travels to play at Wake Forest on March 1 to close out the regular season.

 

THURSDAY NIGHT PERFECTION

While FSU is undefeated on the road this season, the Seminoles are also unblemished in another category: Thursday night games. By beating the Tigers, Florida State is now 7-0 in Thursday contests.

 

ONE BOARD AWAY FROM ANOTHER DOUBLE-DOUBLE

Jacinta Monroe finished with nine rebounds to go along with her career-high 24 points and was so close to another staggering statistic. If she had secured one more rebound, Monroe would have achieved the 16th double-double of her career and eighth of the season. Monroe turned in five double-doubles as a freshman and had three last season during her sophomore campaign.

 

THIRD LOWEST 3-POINT PERCENTAGE OF YEAR

Florida State’s 25 percent shooting from 3-point range against Clemson was its third lowest of the season. Against UNF, FSU shot just 21.4 percent in the win and was just 22.2 percent from long range when the team lost to Florida.

 

SUCCESS FROM THE FREE-THROW LINE

The Seminoles made 26-of-34 attempts from the free throw line against Clemson. The last time they drained that many from the charity stripe in a game was when they went 26-of-40 against Florida on Nov. 24, 2006. 

 

ANOTHER 20-WIN SEASON

Florida State has now recorded 20 or more wins in a season for the eighth time in school history and for the fourth time in the Sue Semrau era, including in four of the of the past five seasons.

 

TIED FOR FASTEST TO 22, FASTEST TO 10 IN ACC

By moving to 22-5 overall and 10-1 in the conference on Feb. 19, FSU set a new school record (by date) for fastest ever in program history to reach 10 wins in league play. Victory No. 22 overall tied with the 1982-83 team that also notched win No. 22 on Feb. 19 against Florida. That team finished that season 24-6.

 

MORE WINS THAN ALL OF LAST YEAR

FSU’s 22 wins this season is three more than the 19 victories the team earned all of last season. Since Sue Semrau inherited an FSU squad that was 5-22 overall – including 0-16 in the ACC in 2006-07 – she has guided the Seminoles to double-digit victories in the last 10 seasons including five-straight seasons of 17 or more wins. 

 

WARD MOVING UP THE ASSIST LIST

With an ACC-best 131 assists on the season, sophomore point guard Courtney Ward is now currently in seventh place in FSU single-season history for assists. The all-time single-season record in the category at FSU is 184 assists set by Shirley Silsby in the 1976-77 season.

 

ADDING ON TO A RECORD

FSU has already set the school record for most wins over a top-10 opponent in a season by beating No. 3 Texas A&M and No. 3 Duke. The win over No. 8 UNC adds to that staggering achievement.

 

DAVIS-CAIN HAS 59 3-POINTERS THIS YEAR

Senior guard Tanae Davis-Cain has made 59 of her 3-point attempts this season, which is good enough for second all-time on the list of most triples made in a season. Senior guard Mara Freshour owns the Seminole record for most treys in a season with 66 – a mark she set last year.

 

FRESHOUR CONTINUES TO MOVE UP THE LIST

Senior guard Mara Freshour continues to move up the list in the career games-played department. The Nashville, Ind. native is now in sole position of third place all-time in program history with 124 games played in her career.

 

Career Games Played

Career Record:            1. Glenda Stokes          130

                                    2. Alicia Gladden           126

                                    3. Mara Freshour        124

 

18.6 TURNOVERS PER GAME

The Seminoles are now averaging 18.6 turnovers per game after committing 19 giveaways against Clemson. In the Sue Semrau era, FSU averaged 20+ turnovers per contest in her first three seasons. In each of her NCAA Tournament seasons, FSU has averaged no more than 18.3 turnovers per game and that was last season.

 

FSU Turnovers Per Game In Semrau Era

2008-09           18.6

2007-08           18.3     NCAA Tournament

2006-07           16.9     NCAA Tournament

2005-06           15.7     NCAA Tournament

2004-05           16.5     NCAA Tournament

2003-04           17.1

2002-03           18.5

2001-02           17.8

2000-01           17.8     NCAA Tournament

1999-00           21.6

1998-99           21.0

1997-98           24.6

 

Davis-Cain, freshour both at 1,000

Senior guard Mara Freshour scored a game- and season-high 22 points against Boston College and by doing so became the 23rd player in Florida State history to reach 1,000 career points. Freshour’s accomplishment marks the second time this season an FSU player has reached that scoring plateau as fellow senior Tanae Davis-Cain hit 1,000 for her career in the game against UCF. Both Davis-Cain and Freshour are also Nos. 1 and 2 at FSU in most three-pointers made in a career.

 

1,000-Point Club

Tanae Davis-Cain: 1,171

Mara Freshour: 1,040

 

Career Three-Pointers

1. Tanae Davis-Cain      180

2. Mara Freshour          156

 

WARD FROM LONG DISTANCE

Despite not hitting a three-pointer in the win over Clemson, Courtney Ward is still making her presence felt from behind the arc this season. In her rookie year a season ago, Ward made just 29 triples all season but already has 27 makes from long distance this year. Ward’s proficiency behind the three-point line has been some of the best the program has ever seen. She is currently shooting .509 (27-for-53) from behind the arc this season, and .415 (56-for-135) for her career. That would place her at the top of the all-time career and single-season three-point percentage ranks in FSU history.

 

Season three-point FG% (min 20 made)                    

1. Courtney Ward, 2008-09…………….. .509 (27 games)

2. Robin Storey, 1988-89……………………… .475 (27 games)

3. Mara Freshour, 2007-08……………… .429 (33 games) 

Career three-point FG%

1. Courtney Ward, 2007-pres………….. .415 (60 games)

2. Robin Storey, 1987-89……………………… .414 (54 games)

3. Mara Freshour, 2005-pres…………. .390 (124 games)

 

A LOOK AT THE SEMINOLE “D” IN THE ACC

Florida State has been getting it done on both ends of the floor this season in the ACC. In the 11 conference games that they have played, the Seminoles have averaged 72.2 points per game, while giving up just 62.5 points per game. Those both rank No. 5 in the ACC and Duke is the only other team to place in the top 5 in both categories.

 

SHOOTING MORE TRIPLES IN ACC PLAY

Florida State has recently found its comfort zone behind the three-point arc. In the first 16 games of the season, the Seminoles only shot 35.4 percent from 3-point range (75-for-212). Since the start of ACC play, though, FSU has shot 41.7 percent from behind the arc (73-for-175) and are making 6.6 three-pointers per game. Last year in conference play, FSU averaged 5.1 three-pointers per game.

 

FRESHOUR ON THE BOARDS

Mara Freshour has been doing an excellent job scoring in ACC games, posting 13.6 points per game. But if she or her teammates fail to convert a shot, she has been aggressive in grabbing offensive rebounds. Her 29 offensive boards in conference play gives her a 2.6 per game average, which is second on the team behind post-player Jacinta Monroe.

 

BRAVARD SHOOTS A HIGH PERCENTAGE

True freshman center Cierra Bravard has had a terrific rookie season so far as the Sandusky, Ohio native is fourth on the team with 10.0 points per game and has started 15 contests. Bravard, who has earned ACC Rookie of the Week honors twice this year, is on pace to put her name in the FSU record books, too. Bravard ranks seventh all-time in single-season field goal percentage with a minimum of 100 attempts. Bravard is currently 95-for-167 on the season for a mark of .569.

 

FRESHOUR RECEIVES ACADEMIC HONOR

While she continues to help guide her team to one of the best seasons in program history, Florida State senior guard Mara Freshour is keeping the same on-court focus and determination going in the classroom. For the second year in a row, Freshour was recently named a CoSIDA/ESPN The Magazine Academic All-District III Second-Team selection. Boasting a 3.65 grade point average, Freshour is the first two-time recipient to receive this recognition.

 

UNC’S LOWEST SHOOTING PERCENTAGE OF SEASON

In the postgame press conference after the FSU-UNC matchup on Feb. 13, North Carolina head coach Sylvia Hatchell talked about how physical the Seminoles play and she was right because FSU earned the 77-70 win thanks in large part to a stout defense that limited the Tar Heels to just 32.3 percent shooting from the field – UNC’s lowest of the entire season.

 

NEW CAREER HIGH FOR GRAY

Junior guard Angel Gray achieved a new career high in scoring as she posted 14 points in the win over UNC. Gray’s previous career-best was the 12 points she scored in the win over Mercer on Dec. 14.

 

ACC ROOKIE OF THE WEEK FOR 2ND TIME

Florida State freshman Cierra Bravard has been named this week’s ACC co-Rookie of the Week, league officials announced Monday. It is the second such honor this season for the Sandusky, Ohio native. Bravard, who came off the bench and played just 20 minutes, recorded her first double-double in ACC play, and second in her career, with 16 points and 10 rebounds – both team-highs – to help the Seminoles to a 77-70 win over visiting No. 7/8 North Carolina on Feb. 13.

 

SECOND DOUBLE-DOUBLE OF BRAVARD’S CAREER

Cierra Bravard’s 16-point, 10-rebound performance marked the second time she has accrued a double-double in her career. The Sandusky, Ohio native posted 13 points and 12 rebounds in the win over Northern Colorado in the Caribbean Classic in Cancun, Mexico in December.

 

LARGEST WOMEN’S CROWD EVER

The Donald L. Tucker Center was rocking when North Carolina came to town and a new school record for attendance was set. In total, 6,309 fans watched as the Seminoles took down the No. 7/8 Tar Heels.

 

BUMPS, BRUISES, STITCHES – SO WHAT?

Senior guard Mara Freshour wasn’t about to let a sore left side and stitched-up right eye slow her down against North Carolina. FSU’s senior leader started Friday’s game nursing a bruised left side after crashing to the hardwood late in the team’s victory over Miami. Not only that, but Freshour had to play the game with stitches just above her right eye after she caught an elbow in practice on Thursday. So, how did the Nashville, Ind., native respond? She went out and played a team-high 34 minutes, scored 15 points, grabbed five rebounds, dished out three assists, and recorded two steals – that’s how.

 

GRAY’S UNLIKLELY TRIPLE PUTS FSU ON TOP FOR GOOD

Entering the game against No. 7/8 North Carolina, Angel Gray had made one three-pointer all season – a long-range jumpshot she hit way back in the Seminoles’ first game of the season in a win over Florida Gulf Coast. Gray hit her second triple of the year in the contest against the Tar Heels to give the Seminoles a 9-8 lead at the game’s 15:19 mark – a lead that the Seminoles would never relinquish in the upset victory.

 

MORE ON GRAY’S CAREER HIGH

Angel Gray is known for her defense but against North Carolina she put it together on the offensive end as well. Not only was her 14 points a new career high but it also marked the first time in 15 games that the Stone Mountain, Ga., native scored in double figures.

 

FSU TIES SCHOOL RECORD FOR RANKED WINS

By defeating No. 7/8 North Carolina, the Seminoles have tied the school record for most wins over a ranked opponent in a season with five. The last time that the Seminoles had this many wins over ranked teams occurred during the 1992-93 season. FSU has also earned victories this year over No. 3 Texas A&M, No. 25 Georgia Tech, No. 14 Virginia, and No. 3 Duke.

 

COACH SUE AND SAMARITAN’S FEET

In 2003, the organization Samaritan’s Feet was started with the goal to provide 10 million pairs of shoes for 10 million impoverished people in 10 years and Florida State women’s basketball head coach Sue Semrau wanted to help the cause. When the Seminoles hosted UNC, Semrau and members of her staff coached the game in their bare feet to raise awareness for Samaritan’s Feet. There have been many men’s basketball coaches involved in the project.  IUPUI men’s basketball head coach Ron Hunter has coached barefoot in a game two-straight seasons.  Semrau is one of the first female coaches to get involved in the project and 242 pairs of new shoes were collected.

 

SEMINOLES VS. TOBACCO ROAD

Florida State is still undefeated this year against the “Tobacco Road” teams of North Carolina – Duke, NC State and UNC and still has to face Wake Forest. The Seminoles have already earned a win at NC State and at home against No. 3 Duke and are now 3-0 against these teams after beaing the Tar Heels. FSU will attempt to stay undefeated against these talented teams when they close out the 2008-09 regular season with a trip to play at Wake Forest on March 1. FSU has actually defeated all four teams in one season  once before during the  2000-01 season.

 

OVER RANKED FOES

The Seminoles had achieved four-straight victories against top 25 opponents before the loss to No. 8 Maryland. The Seminoles beat No. 3 Texas A&M, No. 3 Duke, and No. 24 Georgia Tech at home, but also beat No. 14 Virginia on the road in Charlottesville, Va. That victory marked the first time since 2005 that the Seminoles had beaten a ranked opponent in a true road game. In that season, Florida State defeated No. 23 Virginia Tech 81-78 in double overtime.  Florida State is now 5-2 on the season against ranked opponents, with its only losses coming against No. 1 UConn and No. 8 Maryland. In the history of the program, the Seminoles are 25-145 in games played against ranked opponents after taking down No. 8 UNC. Thirteen of those wins have occurred in the Semrau era.

 

MONROE, HARVIN REACH DOUBLE DIGITS at “home”

Junior forwards Alysha Harvin (Dania, Fla.) and Jacinta Monroe (Fort Lauderdale, Fla.) are both from the Miami area and didn’t disappoint when playing in front of friends and family in the game at Miami. Harvin finished the game with a team second-best 13 points and tied her career high with two blocks. Monroe scored 10 points and added two blocks and seven rebounds in the winning effort.

 

BACK TO THE WAY IT WAS

Head coach Sue Semrau went back to her most familiar lineup against Miami after switching things up against Boston College. Against the Eagles, true freshman Cierra Bravard started in place of junior Alysha Harvin while starters Jacinta Monroe, Mara Freshour, Tanae Davis-Cain and Courtney Ward remained the same. But against Miami, Semrau inserted Harvin back into the lineup in place of Bravard. That group of starters with Harvin in the lineup is now 11-1 while the group with Bravard boasts a 4-1 record.

 

SEASON-HIGH FOR “FRESH”

Senior guard Mara Freshour’s 22 points in the win over Boston College was her most of the season. Her previous high this year was the 21 she scored in the win over No. 3 Duke.

 

60 PERCENT FROM BEHIND THE ARC!

FSU’s 60 percent shooting from three-point range against Boston College was its highest of the season. The previous high this year was the 56.3-percent that the Seminoles registered in the loss to No. 1 UConn in the Caribbean Classic.

 

STREAK STOPPED

Entering the matchup with No. 8 Maryland, FSU was one of the hottest teams in the United States as the Seminoles had rattled off nine-straight wins and were a perfect 6-0 in Atlantic Coast Conference play. But against the Terrapins that winning streak came to an end when Maryland guard Kristi Toliver hit a buzzer-beating 3-pointer for a 72-71 victory.  The nine-game winning streak ranks as one of Florida State’s longest streaks in program history.  In 2004-05, the Seminoles opened the season with 12-straight victories – a program best.  In the 1981-82, 1982-83 and 1990-91 seasons, FSU recorded 10-game winning streaks.

 

THE AGONY OF DEFEAT

The Seminoles’ loss to Maryland sure must have felt strange to the players seeing as it had been over a month since their last loss. The last time that FSU came away with an “L” was in Cancun, Mexico way back on Dec. 21 to the undisputed No. 1 team in the country, UConn. The last time that the Seminoles had lost in the United States was even further back as that occurred on Nov. 29 when Valparaiso earned an upset in the Coors Rocky Mountain Invitational in Fort Collins, Colo.

 

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