March 5, 2010
GREENSBORO, N.C. –
Former Florida State Seminole Brooke Wyckoff was honored at the ACC Tournament on Friday when she became an ACC Legend. Wyckoff was a four-year starter for head coach Sue Semrau’s first Seminole squad.
The ACC held a luncheon for the most recent legends Friday afternoon in the War Memorial Coliseum in Greensboro. Wyckoff was one of 12 honorees as she was joined by Annie Odoy (Boston College), Donna Forrester-Reed (Clemson), Connie Goins (Duke), Joyce Pierce-Joyner (Georgia Tech), Tara Heiss (Maryland), Meghan (Saake) Knokey (Miami), Tonya Sampson (North Carolina), Andrea Stinson (NC State), Jenny Boucek (Virginia), Tere Williams (Virginia Tech) and Barbara Durham (Wake Forest).
Wyckoff was the cornerstone of the Seminoles’ first winning season in nine years as Florida State posted a 19-12 record in her senior campaign and finished fourth in the ACC. That culminated in the school’s first trip to the NCAA Tournament in 10 years and All-America honors for Wyckoff, which was the first national accolade for a Seminole since 1993.
Wyckoff was joined at the luncheon by new Florida State president Dr. Eric Barron, Faculty Representative Dr. Joseph Beckham and Athletics Director Randy Spetman.