Four-star running back #Tribe20 recruit Jo’Quavious Marks tweeted about his recent visit to Florida State:
Check out some of his highlights here.
Class of 2022 quarterback Tevin Carter received an offer from FSU:
Blessed to receive an offer from Florida State University pic.twitter.com/6pCcg454wg— Tevin Carter (@tevincarter_2) March 18, 2019
Check out some of Carter’s highlights here.
The Women’s Basketball team is a 5-seed in the Big Dance. They will face the Bucknell Bison in the first round in Greensboro, NC.
Not only did Meghan King pitch a no-hitter, but she did it off the inspiration a very special fan gave her:
And the story made ESPN’s Sportscenter:
In case you missed it this morning, Meghan King was on Sportscenter to talk about yesterday's no-hitter, Hayden Stone, the Friends of Jaclyn Foundation (@fojfoundation) and her aspirations to be a nurse after college. pic.twitter.com/F3z4KEVW4l— FSU Softball (@FSU_Softball) March 18, 2019
The No. 3 Softball team now has Florida A&M and North Florida on deck. It’s a special team folks, and if you have a chance to get tickets and support them, you should:
FSU continues to rank in the top five of the NCAA in six different team categories, including ranking second in batting average (.365), slugging percentage (.637) and on base percentage (.455).
FSU’s Men’s Basketball team is going dancing for the third year in a row, this time as a 4-seed, and is only one of fifteen programs that FiveThirtyEight.com thinks has a chance to win the whole thing:
Han Solo never wanted to know the odds, but to answer your question, yes...there is a chance. FSU starts off with the Vermont Catamounts, and check out the scouting report on them here.
The Men’s Golf team is off to a good start at the Valspar Collegiate Invitational, tied for the lead after the first day.
Luck of the Irish? The Men’s and Women’s Tennis teams both beat the Irish over the weekend, with the Women’s team doing it on St. Patrick’s Day and the Men doing it in huge upset fashion against Notre Dame’s No. 11 squad. The Women’s team is ranked 22nd in the country.
The Spring Outdoor Track & Field season has begun, and Seminole junior Shanice Love celebrated with a nation-leading mark in the discus.
Beach Volleyball had their Alumni weekend.