April 17, 2019

📸: 2019 Women’s Basketball Banquet

📸: 2019 Women’s Basketball Banquet

Florida State’s five-member freshmen class had an impactful first season.

📸: 2019 Women’s Basketball Banquet

Jessica Francis of Florida State Athletics is one of many support staff members who support FSU Women’s Basketball. She poses with Kiah Gillespie and Sayawni Lassiter.

📸: 2019 Women’s Basketball Banquet

Members of the team provide a silly pose for the camera.

📸: 2019 Women’s Basketball Banquet

Kiah Gillespie has some fun with Avery, the daughter of Associate Head Coach Brooke Wyckoff.

📸: 2019 Women’s Basketball Banquet

Nicki Ekhomu smiles after winning the Matthew Schmauch Leadership Award. Ekhomu took over point-guard duties and learned to break out of her shell quite a bit this past season.

📸: 2019 Women’s Basketball Banquet

Freshmen Valencia Myers, Kourtney Weber and Izabela Nicoletti address the audience.

📸: 2019 Women’s Basketball Banquet

Kiah Gillespie was named the Sue Galkantas Offensive Award winner. She became the first Seminole ever to lead the team in points, rebounds and 3-point field goals.

📸: 2019 Women’s Basketball Banquet

FSU Women’s Hoops Alumna Morgan Jones, who emceed the banquet, does some Q&A with Iho Lopez.

📸: 2019 Women’s Basketball Banquet

Savannah Wilkinson gets in on the game as well.

📸: 2019 Women’s Basketball Banquet

Women’s Basketball Team member Grayson Elmer earned some special recognition at the banquet. Elmer was born with a form of cerebral palsy and has persevered in every facet of his life.

📸: 2019 Women’s Basketball Banquet

A support staff full of managers, graduate assistants, recruiting personnel and more help rev the engine of Florida State Women’s Basketball.

📸: 2019 Women’s Basketball Banquet

Nausia Woolfolk won the Alicia Gladden Defensive Award. She routinely guarded the opposing team’s best scorer.

📸: 2019 Women’s Basketball Banquet

Nausia Woolfolk gets in on the act in front of the banquet faithful.

📸: 2019 Women’s Basketball Banquet

Three of the team veterans in Kiah Gillespie, Nausia Woolfolk and Nicki Ekhomu partake in some fun.

📸: 2019 Women’s Basketball Banquet

Valencia Myers was honored as the Brooke Wyckoff Rookie of the Year. Myers recorded 54 blocks this past season, the fourth-most by a freshman nationally.

📸: 2019 Women’s Basketball Banquet

Head Coach Sue Semrau interviews team favorite Avery.

📸: 2019 Women’s Basketball Banquet

Morgan Jones, who played at Florida State from 2013-15, did an excellent job hosting the women’s basketball banquet. She has jump-started her career as a life coach with a program called “Athletes to Visionaries” to help athletes and organizations understand their greater impact.

📸: 2019 Women’s Basketball Banquet

Some of Florida State Women’s Basketball’s fans attended the banquet.

📸: 2019 Women’s Basketball Banquet
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