Dec 2, 2002
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.
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
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.