Noles News: Softball and baseball sweep, spring football around the corner

Florida State – On a weekend of ups and downs of Seminole sports, Federal baseball team James Madison rolled; Complete with a small bow for post office delivery. Meanwhile, an injury foul continues to plague men’s basketball and softball has dealt No. 5 in a row by fives to remain undefeated at the Clearwater Invitational.


Spring practice is close to media availability starting March 1st and will be a sneak peek into the Tour of Duty and spring season dives starting on the 5th. Koi coach Mike Norville will be fourth along with coaches and crew availability, so be sure to look out for those.

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Florida extended a bid for four-star offensive lineman Ulus Alinen in 2023 earlier this week.

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He lost five key players on his men’s basketball team, falling to Duke in Cameron on Saturday 70-88. Despite the promising start, there was not enough in the tank to fend off the Blue Devils.

A full breakdown of the game can be found here:

Women’s basketball suffered the same fate for a different team from the same state, losing to #24 North Carolina at home 64-49


Spring sports have officially taken over And baseball, along with softball, came out on top. Baseball was a hit with James Madison winning the entire series this weekend.

FSU went 5-0 at St. Pete/Clearwater Elite Invitational, to defeat No. 15 Tennessee 9-3. No. 9 Texas 9-2, No. 19 Michigan 2-1, No. 23 UCF 8-0, and No. 3 UCLA 4-3.

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The following are the press releases issued by the Federal Football Association (FSU)

For the second time in just over a week, NFL’s Loris Bowery defeated a nationally ranked singles player who helped give the Florida Seminoles men’s tennis a big win, this time over No. 18 Mississippi State.

Freshman Frederic Ketterppe was tied for 14th at the Watersound Invitational. The Florida State golf team ranks 11th out of 14 participating teams at the Watersound Invitational, shooting 9-over 297 in the first round.

Florida State freshman Beatrice Wallen and sophomore Charlotte Heath both score 70 and are in a tie for fifth in the singles standings, and Seminole’s No. Invitational at Suntree Country Club.

The 2022 ACC Swimming and Diving Championships concluded on Saturday evening at McAuley Aquatics Center with #21/24 Florida Swimming and Diving contributing personal bests as well as NCAA automatic time – Arigos Bavlidi qualified for his first ACC Championship final by swimming in the second fastest His 200-time sprint time in 1:41.23 in the prelims, which was outside the school record set by Andy Hodgson in 2009 of 1:41.11. His swimming was also an NCAA Invitational for 2021.

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