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Seminole Men’s Basketball Team Leads ACC In Scoring Defense

April 4, 2003

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. –
Florida State led the ACC in scoring defense with a stingy 66.6 points per game allowed. The Seminoles finished ahead of Maryland by one-tenth of a point as the Terps allowed 66.7 points per game. It marks the first time the Seminoles have led the ACC in a statistical category since the 1994-95 season when they led the league in blocked shots and is the fourth time the Seminoles have led the ACC in a statistical category. The Seminoles’ 66.6 points allowed marked the fewest points allowed in a single season by a Seminole men’s basketball team since the 1963-64 season when the Seminoles held their opponents to a scant 65.6 points per game.


Florida State Leading The ACC
Year Category Mark

2003 Scoring Defense 66.6
1995 Blocked Shots 6.2
1993 Blocked Shots 6.0
1992 Steals 9.4
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