Tonya Rasor was named the 2003 Golden Torch Winner for her 4.0 GPA
03/14/2004 – Women’s Swimming
Tonya Rasor has set the standard when it comes to Florida State student-athletes serving in the community and it is more than the shear number of hours that she has volunteered. Ask anyone at the various organizations she volunteers at and you’ll almost always get the same response. One person who has seen the direct impact of Tonya’s work is Mary Ann Roberts with America Reads. America Reads is a program for first-grade students at low socioeconomic schools who are at risk for reading failure. Volunteers work one-on-one with the students and many times issues outside the student’s lives make it tough for them to learn. Ms. Roberts said that Tonya had one of those cases, but she has stayed committed and now has a student who looks forward to reading. To quote Ms. Roberts: “You can tell how much her heart is into it. She really cares for the children and does a great job. Tonya is a remarkable young woman.” This isn’t the exception it’s the norm and Tonya has had this kind of impact on every organization she has worked with.
Mark Sauls picked up his first win of the season.
03/14/2004 – Baseball
No. 19 Florida State (16-5) completed a three-game sweep of Michigan State (4-7) by a final score of 4-0 Sunday afternoon in front of 3,086 fans at Dick Howser Stadium. Mark Sauls (1-1) picked up his first win of the season after pitching five scoreless innings. Sauls had four strikeouts and two walks. Rhett James and Brian Schultz relieved Sauls and held the Spartans scoreless to give the Seminoles their second shutout of the season. Aaron Cheesman led the FSU offense, going 3-for-4 with two RBI and a run scored.
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03/09/2004 – FSU Community Service
Seminole Women’s Tennis Spends Break with Special Olympics – The FSU women’s tennis squad participated in a clinic for local children in the Leon County Special Olympics program today during the university’s spring break.
03/12/2004 – General Release
An inspiration, Lely Senior Loves Football – Brad Gordon will have the chance to work with Florida State’s Football team next season.
03/14/2004 – Women’s Swimming
One-Two Finish on Platform Sends FSU Divers Manning & Ignacio to NCAA Championships – Duo ups FSU total to seven competitors at NCAA meet.
03/13/2004 – Track
Three All-Americans Lead FSU at Track Nationals – Senior Vicky Gill and junior Natalie Hughes earn All-American honors leading the women to a Top 25 team finish while sophomore Rafeeq Curry posted a fifth place finish in the triple jump for his second all-American honor in as many years.
03/14/2004 – Softball
Softball Beats No. 11 Michigan 1-0 To Claim FSU Invitational Crown – Seminoles capture Florida State Invitational title for the first time since 1998.
03/14/2004 – Women’s Tennis
Florida State Upsets Virginia, 6-1 – Junior Mihaela Moldovan picks up 16th consecutive singles win remaining undefeated for the season in the Seminoles second ACC win of the season. .
03/10/2004 – Football
Field At Doak Campbell Stadium Just About Gone – The turf at Florida State’s football stadium is being stripped off with a new irrigation and drainage system to be installed this month.
03/14/2004 – Women’s Golf
Larsson Leads Seminole Women’s Golf Team At Lady Gamecock Classic – Florida State finishes in ninth in team standings.
03/14/2004 – Women’s Basketball Ticket Information
Get Your 2004 NCAA Division I Women’s Championship First and Second Rounds Basketball Tickets – Make sure to get your tickets for this exciting first and second round action.
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