The 2018-2019 Florida State basketball team authored another successful campaign, capped with the most wins in program history. The Seminoles handed out their individual awards recently, highlighting the constituent efforts that helped produce a second-consecutive Sweet-Sixteen appearance in the NCAA Tournament.
Departing senior Terance Mann was the most honored ’Nole, winning at least a share of four commendations. Also leaving are Mfiondu Kabengele and David Nichols, each of whom received a pair of honors. The exiting Phil Cofer, Christ Koumadje, and PJ Savoy also took home some hardware.
But there’s a silver lining here, as well. The leader of the 2019-2020 team, point guard Trent Forest, collected a trio of awards, as did Devin Vassell, who will return after a promising freshman campaign. RaiQuan Gray is back as well after earning the nod as FSU’s most improved player.
Included below is the full list of awards, along with their recipients.
Congrats to all our award winners pic.twitter.com/FdYw8Fa2R1— FSU Hoops (@FSUHoops) April 11, 2019