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Noles News: FSU athletics continues to roll out plans for future, updates on spring sports

Plus, our State of Recruiting series continues


A presence off the edge is a must in today’s college football game, and FSU is looking to elevate its talent level in that area. As 2022 recruiting kicks into full swing, who are the 2022 defensive ends you need to be keeping an eye on?

If you’ve missed any of our State of Recruiting pieces breaking down FSU’s targets and prospects for the 2022 recruiting year, check out our stream.

And if you’ve got any questions on any of FSU’s moves on the trail, the recruiting team just dropped the latest edition of our constantly-updating recruiting thread.


Florida State officially shared plans for a football-only facility in a press release, with Seminole Boosters Inc. CEO Michael Alford saying the organization met its $100 million fundraising goal to finance it. This comes as FSU also is exploring stadium changes and renovations and on the heels of an announcement of a unique, multi-faceted approach to Name, Image and Likeness education and compensation.

Seminoles defensive lineman Curtis Fann Jr. has entered the transfer portal

Florida State’s second-year offensive coordinator Kenny Dillingham said he thought the offense got a lot better this spring and that they did a nice job of executing during the spring game, while on the other side of the ball, defensive coordinator Adam Fuller said general communication was better as spring ball wore on. You can from FSU’s coordinator’s impressions from spring here.


Florida State senior M.J. Walker, who helped lead Seminoles to three top-12 final national rankings during his career, was presented with the 2021 Golden Nole Award for Men’s Basketball at the 27th Annual Golden Nole banquet.


Freshman pitcher Parker Messick was named to the Golden Spikes Award watch list, given to the nation’s top player.

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FSU women’s golf kicks off ACC Tournament play today, with the Seminoles entering the championship with the lowest per round stroke average (287.33) of the 12 conference teams

Florida State’s Beatrice Wallin, the nation’s No. 1 ranked collegiate golfer, was presented with the 2021 Golden Nole award for women’s golf at the 27th Annual Golden Nole banquet.

Ten members of the Florida State swimming and diving teams (Phoebe Griffiths, Jenny Halden, Ginevra Molino,Rebecca Moynihan, Izaak Bastian, Josh Davidson, Mason Herbet, Jakub Ksiazek, Max McCusker, and David Quirie) were named to the All-ACC Academic Team on Wednesday.