Morgan Toles

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Morgan Toles - Women's Basketball - Florida State Seminoles
Assistant Coach
  • Head Coach Sue Semrau announced the hiring of former Florida State standout Morgan Toles as the team’s assistant coach on July 13, 2020.
  • Toles spent four seasons with Kent State from 2016-20, mentoring the team’s point guards, serving as the Golden Flashes’ recruiting coordinator and guiding the school to plenty of success.
  • In the 2019-20 season, Kent State won its second Mid-American Conference East Division Title under Toles, while two of her guards in Megan Carter and Katie Shumate earned All-MAC recognition. Shumate was the first freshman to earn All-MAC honors at Kent State since 2008.
  • Year after year, Toles found a way to make an enormous difference. In 2018-19, former Kent State player Naddiyah Cross became the first Kent State player to total 100 or more assists in consecutive seasons since 2011.
  • In 2017, Toles was named to the Women’s Basketball Coaches Association’s Thirty Under 30 List.
  • Also in 2017, she helped engineer one of the best turn-arounds in the country when the Golden Flashes clinched their first MAC Division East Title since 2004-05.
  • Toles, who hails from Fayetteville, Ga., spent two seasons as a student-athlete at Florida State from 2011-13, then three seasons as a student assistant (2013-14) and graduate assistant (2014-16).
  • In her senior year in 2012-13, she totaled 127 assists to just 54 turnovers (2.4 A/T) while helping FSU to the NCAA Tournament. Her 127 assists in 37 games played is tied for the 18th-most assists in program history.
  • She is also one of just eight Seminoles to record 10+ assists multiple times in a season, pouring in 10 vs. Eastern Kentucky on Nov. 23, 2012, and adding 10 at Georgia Tech on Jan. 3, 2013.
  • In her years as a G.A. with the Seminoles, FSU put together its best season in school history with a 32-5 record and an NCAA Elite Eight appearance in 2014-15. The Seminoles followed that with a Sweet 16 appearance in 2015-16.