Nov. 4, 2002
TALLAHASSEE, Fla. –
Florida State enjoyed a successful weekend, which included conference wins in football, swimming & diving and volleyball, All-ACC honors in cross country, a top finish in women’s golf and another goal in women’s soccer from career leader Cindy Schofield.
Here’s a look at what happened with the Seminoles this past Saturday and Sunday…
Saturday, Nov. 2
-Men’s and Women’s cross country competed at the ACC Championships in Atlanta, with the men placing fifth and the women finishing sixth. Senior Vicky Gill finished second overall for the Lady Seminoles to earn All-ACC honors. On the men’s side, sophomore Joep Tigchelaar placed seventh to earn all-conference accolades.
-The men’s and women’s swimming and diving squads each defeated ACC rival Georgia Tech in their first home meet of the year. The men (3-0/1-0 ACC) won 144.5-98.5 and were led by five Seminoles who won two events each. The women (3-0/1-0 ACC) took the meet 157-80 and had three Lady Seminoles score wins in three events.
-The volleyball team took an important match on the road against Maryland in four games. Senior Alex Sevillano led FSU with 15 kills and 16 digs.
-The FSU football team remained undefeated in the ACC at the top of the conference standings with a 34-21 win on the road versus Wake Forest. Sophomore quarterback Adrian McPherson passed for 278 yards in his first-career start.
-The No. 15 Seminole soccer team fell at home to No. 25 Virginia, 2-1. Senior Cindy Schofield scored her 13th goal of the year and 40th for her career in the loss. FSU will host the ACC Championship starting Thursday, Nov. 7, and will take on Maryland at 8 p.m.
Sunday, Nov. 3
-FSU’s volleyball squad (18-8, 9-3 ACC) ended a two-game road trip with a perfect record following a 3-0 win against Virginia. Senior Kristin Frye led the way for the Seminoles, recording 12 kills, six digs, five assists and a career-high six aces.
-Women’s golf ended a successful weekend at the Landfill Tradition in Wilmington, N.C., with a second-place finish. Senior Kristin Tamulis shot a career-low 68-under in the final round to place second overall