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Noles News: FSU spring sports continue championship quests

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Women’s tennis, golf deep in NCAA runs

FSU Sports Info

Recruiting

Three-star 2022 prospect D’Arco Perkins, a 6’1 189 pound safety from Nashville with offers from the likes of Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Louisville, LSU, Michigan, Penn State, South Carolina, TCU, Tennessee, Texas, Texas A&M, and Virginia Tech, got a Florida State offer this week.

In a continuation of NoleThruAndThru’s State of Recruiting series, the recruiting soothsayer previews the 2022 FSU linebacker big board and the names you need to keep an eye on.

If you’ve missed out on any other of the position breakdowns so far, or if you want a refresher, you can find a stream of the entire series here.

In the meantime, if you’ve got any questions you wanted to ask our recruiting experts, you can head to our Florida State Seminoles football recruiting thread, where the only thing we charge you is your time.

We’re on visit watch, with the dead period set to officially end in less than two weeks:

2022 five-star wide receiver (No. 2 WR in the class) Kevin Coleman Jr. showcasing one of FSU’s newest graphic campaigns:

Football

FSU got its kickoff time for the season opener vs. Notre Dame — and it’ll be a primetime Sunday night game for the Noles.

Basketball

Louisville, caught up in a ridiculous scandal you say? Why, I never:

This from our SB Nation sister site Card Chronicle sums it up best:

The first major negative Louisville sports story that this website covered was Karen Sypher’s attempted extortion of Rick Pitino, which began all the way back in 2009.

The nine millionth negative Louisville sports story that the site is now covering is former assistant basketball coach Dino Gaudio’s attempted extortion of the program he used to work for.

Wherever you go, there you are.

All Sports

Women’s tennis kicks off its Elite 8 match vs. Texas today — we’ll have a full preview with stream information posted.

Freshman Brett Roberts was the low hitter (69)* for the top-seeded Florida State men’s golf team, as FSU logged a 7-under 281 to build an eight-stroke lead at the NCAA Regional at Seminole Legacy Golf Club. The final round starts today at 8 a.m., which if you’re up, you can follow along with here.

Meanwhile, FSU women’s golf head coach Amy Bond, who helped guide her squad to a team title at the 2021 NCAA Louisville Regional Championship, was named to the watch list for the WGCA National Coach of the Year. The Seminoles tee off again next this Friday as part of the NCAA Championship Finals.

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