TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (seminoles.com) – Guard Terance Mann, who has started each of Florida State’s 20 games this season, is enjoying a strong sophomore campaign. With 15 points against Louisville, he has already scored in double figures in three times as many games (nine) this season as compared to his freshman season (three) and has topped his freshman season scoring high (18 points against Georgia Tech on February 17, 2016) twice. Mann scored his career-high (and ACC career-high) of 22 points in Florida State’s victory over Virginia Tech (January 7) and has scored in double figures in four ACC games – as compared to only one as a freshman.
Mann is averaging 12.0 points per game in the last five games (60 total points scored) despite not scoring for the only time this season in the Seminoles’ victory over Notre Dame. Against Notre Dame, he totaled a career-high tying four steals, two assists and one blocked shot.