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Seminoles Remain Undefeated

Dec 2, 2002




Box Score



By BRENT KALLESTAD

Associated Press Writer

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. – Michael Joiner scored 19 points and freshman Todd
Galloway added 14 Monday night as Florida State beat Iowa 80-67 Monday night in
the ACC-Big Ten Challenge.

The Seminoles moved to 3-0 for the first time in five seasons.

Tim Pickett added 11 points and Nate Johnson 10 for the Seminoles, who led
by as many as 17 points in the second half.

Freshman Greg Brunner scored 18 points for Iowa (3-1), while Chauncey Leslie
added 17. Jeff Horner, another freshman, scored 12 for the Hawkeyes and Brody
Boyd had 10 points.

Florida State took a 39-31 halftime lead when Galloway hit a pair of 3-point
jumpers from the corner in the final 52 seconds of the half.

Joiner made 8 of 9 shots from the floor, helping Florida State shoot 50
percent from the field.

With Jared Reiner getting a game-high 10 rebounds, Iowa controlled the
boards by a 36-25 advantage, but it didn’t offset Florida State’s speed and
depth.

Led by Galloway, Florida State outscored Iowa’s reserves 28-10. The
Seminoles also forced 24 Iowa turnovers, resulting in 28 points.

Iowa fell to 1-3 all-time in the ACC-Big Ten Challenge, while Florida State
won its tournament appearance for the second time in four years.

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