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FSU alum Dalvin Cook will be switching his number from No.33 to No.4 for the upcoming NFL season where he says he feels more comfortable and confident.
Florida State football has given fans an exclusive look of their offseason, dropping their fifth episode of The Climb on their YouTube this afternoon.
Head coach Mike Norvell and wide receiver Ja’Khi Douglas spoke with the media following Florida State’s final spring practice, seemingly very pleased with the competitiveness and depth of the roster.
2023 QB commit Chris Parson was in Tallahassee for the annual spring game, where FSU hosted over 50 recruits from the next three classes.
Congratulations to these athletes for their work on and off the field:
Offensive coordinator Alex Atkins joined the local media for a post spring press conference and seemed very pleased about the newcomers, quarterback room and overall effort.
Atkins on the WR room: “ I’ve been very optimistically pleased just because I knew what it was going to be, I’m glad it got showcase in those flash moments... I’ve enjoyed not only the new guys progression into the room, but the other guys stepping up, per Max Escarpio.”
UGA transfer Amarius Mims is currently in Tallahassee visiting the coaching staff for a multi-day official visit. Despite recent reports, he has not committed.
After a win against UF the Noles are now 19-13 on the season, with a three game home stretch against the Louisville Cardinals beginning tonight at 7:00 ET.
TOMORROW. 7 pm.— FSU Baseball (@FSUBaseball) April 13, 2022
No. 9 Louisville.
Dick Howser Stadium.
The Seminoles came out with their bats on fire, putting five runs on the board in the first inning to take down in-state rival Florida Gators.
Hare closes us out and that's a !— FSU Baseball (@FSUBaseball) April 13, 2022
WP: Whittaker (1-1)
HR: Toral (9), Mathis (5) pic.twitter.com/6wZwLJ61wb
Florida State softball stars Sydney Sherrill and Michaela Edenfield have been representing the Garnet and Gold on and off the field, earning both of them honors for the 2022 season.
Florida State star Trey Cunningham becomes the first ever ACC track and field athlete to win the Scholar Athlete of the Year award in three consecutive seasons.
⭐️ SCHOLAR-ATHLETES OF THE YEAR ⭐️— The ACC (@theACC) April 13, 2022
Congratulations to Lindsey Butler of @HokiesTFXC and Trey Cunningham of @FSU_Track on their accomplishments on the field and in the classroom!
: https://t.co/BebowWlaOU pic.twitter.com/25kf6Mk8eQ
FSU’s track and field team has greatly excelled in the classroom, setting the true precedent for “ student-athletes.”
Florida State’s Golden Nole for the beach volleyball team is Alex Hilton, with their leader in service Jenna Johnson being recognized.
Congrats to our Golden Nole, Alex Hilton and leader in service, Jenna Johnson! The team also earned Director’s Cup for Service with over 300 community service hours!#OneTribe pic.twitter.com/cOiKxlcsEn— FSU Beach Volleyball (@FSU_BeachVB) April 12, 2022
FSU will be on the west coast for this week’s matchups, facing four teams from the state of California.
They’ve continued to impress, with multiple CCSA awards, including this week’s Madison Fitzpatrick and Alaina Chacon earning Pair of the Week.
First year women’s basketball head coach Brooke Wyckoff will be holding basketball team camps this June from the 18th-19th.
FSU alum Brooks Koepka will be in Connecticut this June for the Traveler’s Championship.
FSU will begin the first round of the ACC women’s golf tournament today at 8:50 a.m.