TALLAHASSEE — The second half of spring is upon us and with baseball dropping its first series of the season to Notre Dame, a legendary coach hitting the road, softball taking down Virginia, and a second spring scrimmage for football, the Florida State Seminoles’ athletic department has been in the middle of the road in regards to success ending the last days of March.
Head coach Mike Norvell and company held their second scrimmage of the spring on Saturday and coming off of a Tuesday practice that seemed lackluster in Norvell’s eyes, Thursday and Saturday proved to be much different.
Spring Scrimmage #2! See all the Nole Fans in Doak on April 9th for the SPRING GAME! pic.twitter.com/zbwNZ6cisz— Seminoles Equipment (@SeminolesEQ) April 2, 2022
4-star defensive lineman TJ Searcy paid a visit, 4-star EDGE defender Joshua Mickens received an offer, and Goldie Lawrence, a three-star wide receiver prospect, decided that he will be taking his talents to Tallahassee.
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Marking their fifth straight loss the Seminoles fell to Notre Dame on Sunday 7-9 and the third one of the weekend drawing out a lead that was “too much for FSU’s offense to overcome.”
Freshman guard Matthew Cleveland announced his intentions to stay in Tallahassee via Twitter on Friday claiming his spot on the roster for 2023:
Softball on the other hand had a sweep of its own taking down Virginia on Sunday in Charlottesville, 7-2. Kalei Harding smashed a two-run homer to put the Seminoles in a lead that was ultimately insurmountable for the Cavaliers.
News shook the women’s soccer world earlier this week when long-tenured and legendary soccer coach Mark Krikorian resigned. Tomahawk Nation’s own Prince Akeem Joffer broke down what it means for the program and where to go from here in this interesting article:
More talent will be flowing into town on the volleyball courts:
.@FSU_Volleyball commit Audrey Rothman notched 709 kills during her senior campaign to pair with 247 digs, 71 blocks, 67 serving aces and 35 assists while helping @SpainParkATH to a 47-4 mark. https://t.co/TYZbpAPsfd— USA TODAY High School Sports Awards (@hssportsawards) April 1, 2022
And women’s basketball has a new All-American:
Despite wins from Amilia Willamson and Alice Hodge, the golf team ultimately fell to the NC State Wolfpack.