After watching the men’s FSU basketball team on Saturday you can watch their women counterparts take on Oregon State at 7:30 PM ET on Sunday.
Make it 8️⃣ straight #ncaaW appearances.— FSU Women's Hoops (@fsuwbb) March 15, 2021
The 9th seeded #Noles take on No. 8 seed Oregon State on Sunday, at 7:30pm ET on ESPN2 in the first round ‼️ pic.twitter.com/Ob2CqbCeZc
As the tweet says this is FSU’s 8th consecutive tournament appearance but their first in that string without head coach Sue Semrau. In her stead (she left before the season to take care of her ailing mother) Brooke Wyckoff has done an excellent job leading the ‘Noles to wins over Florida, Miami and #3 Louisville.
FSU has been a bit up and down this year finishing with a 10-8 record and dropping out in the first round of the ACC tournament after a loss to Syracuse at the buzzer.
Much like the men’s tournament being held solely in Indianapolis the women’s tournament will be held solely in San Antonio with each region bein named after local landmarks. Florida State finds themselves as nine seed in the Hemisfair region.