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Noles News: Renovated FSU locker room set to open in March

Plus other facility announcements from athletic director Michael Alford


2023 four-star Daylen Austin, is a 6’1 180 pound cornerback from Long Beach, CA, received a Florida State football offer yesterday.

Want to catch up on all things Florida State recruiting? Got questions you’d like our recruiting analysts to answer? You can head both to our Tribe22 recruiting thread, as well as our Transfer Portal thread to satisfy all your knowledge desires.


Florida State tight end Brian Courtney, running back Rodney Hill, and offensive lineman Daughtry Richardson sat down with the media on Tuesday to talk their transition to college, the strength and conditioning program, and relationships with staff and student-athletes through the recruiting process and after arriving on campus.

Florida State athletic director Michael Alford spoke before the FSU Board of Trustees on Tuesday, talking the latest on facility upgrades (new scoreboards, basketball renovations, Doak updates and more) as well as a bit on NIL.


FSU is set to take on Pitt tonight in Tallahassee — we’ll have live coverage from the Donald L. Tucker Center.

All Sports

ESPN released the TV designations for nearly 200 televised games and more than 1,900 matchups across its digital networks on Wednesday. Florida State softball will have 16 nationally televised games across the ACC Network, SEC Network ESPNU and ESPN 2.

Florida State senior swimmer Rebecca Moynihan was named the ACC Women’s Swimmer of the Week following her performance at the Auburn Invite, where she anchored the 200 medley relay to victory behind an NCAA automatic time of 1:36.37, and also led off the 200 free relay to an NCAA provisional time of 1:29.57, splitting 22.54.

The 24th-ranked FSU women’s tennis team took on UNF Tuesday, rolling to a 4-0 team win.

Today is FSU Day at the Florida State Capitol — here’s an agenda of the events:

An outdoor pep rally will take place from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the plaza between the historic and new Capitol buildings. The event will feature FSU President Richard McCullough and the university’s legislative alumni, members of the three-time national championship women’s soccer team along with performances by the FSU pep band, cheerleaders and Flying High Circus.

McCullough and the FSU Student Government Association will co-host “Seminole Evening” from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 8, on the 22nd floor of the Capitol. The Members of the FSU Student Government Association will recognize legislators at the reception.

All events are free and open to the public. Fans are encouraged to wear garnet and gold apparel during the festivities.