Florida State’s five-member freshmen class had an impactful first season.
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.
Members of the team provide a silly pose for the camera.
Kiah Gillespie has some fun with Avery, the daughter of Associate Head Coach Brooke Wyckoff.
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.
Freshmen Valencia Myers, Kourtney Weber and Izabela Nicoletti address the audience.
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.
FSU Women’s Hoops Alumna Morgan Jones, who emceed the banquet, does some Q&A with Iho Lopez.
Savannah Wilkinson gets in on the game as well.
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.
A support staff full of managers, graduate assistants, recruiting personnel and more help rev the engine of Florida State Women’s Basketball.
Nausia Woolfolk won the Alicia Gladden Defensive Award. She routinely guarded the opposing team’s best scorer.
Nausia Woolfolk gets in on the act in front of the banquet faithful.
Three of the team veterans in Kiah Gillespie, Nausia Woolfolk and Nicki Ekhomu partake in some fun.
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.
Head Coach Sue Semrau interviews team favorite Avery.
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.
Some of Florida State Women’s Basketball’s fans attended the banquet.