March 4, 2000
GREENSBORO, N.C. (AP) – Georgia Schweitzer had 18 points and four assists
and No. 12 Duke moved into the Atlantic Coast Conference women’s tournament
semifinals by overwhelming Florida State in a 92-65 victory Saturday.
The second-seeded Blue Devils (24-5) shot 50 percent and forced 25 turnovers
on the way to defeating Florida State for the 14th consecutive time dating to
Florida State (12-17) was coming off an upset of Maryland but were no match
for a Duke team that got double-figure scoring from five players and frequently
had three freshmen on the floor at the same time.
Sheana Mosch added 15 points and four steals for Duke, Michele Matyasovsky
had 13 points and Rochelle Parent and Missy West had 10 apiece.
Latavia Coleman, who had 31 points to lead the Seminoles past Maryland, was
double-teamed for most of the game by Duke and wound up with 15 points on
5-for-13 shooting. The Seminoles also got 15 from Katelyn Vujas and 12 from