The Weekly Summary of Fall Olympic Sports in Florida.

The Weekly Summary of Fall Olympic Sports in Florida.


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As the fall sports season turns the page on the NCAA postseason for several Florida state programs, here’s a look back at the event from last week from all of FSU’s Olympic sports. Some winter sports have started at the beginning of their seasons.

We’ll also look at the list of weekend TV shows for each show and what to watch out for next week.

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FLFL and senior defender Gabby Carle raced over South Alabama, 3-0, Friday to advance to the NCAA second round today against SMU. (Larry Novey and FSU Sports Information)

What happened this week in FSU Sports?

* Top Rated & Number 1 Football FSU He improved to 17-1-2 on the season with a win over South Alabama. Most importantly, the Seminoles advanced after the opening round of the NCAA Championship. FSU put the game out of their reach midway through the first half with two goals in a three-minute period. Sophomores Jody Brown and Beata Olsson scored almost consecutively to advance 2–0, and the Federation went on to win 3-0 in the first round. FSU is the favorite to get back into the College Cup (4th Final), and the program is four more wins away from a third national title in FSU football history (2014, 2018).

* Volleyball, Florida He traveled to Syracuse and came out with a victory over Orange. Syracuse (16-12, 5-11 ACC) pushed FSU into the fourth set, but Noles definitely won the fourth set. FSU improved to 19-6 and 11-4 in team play, and Noles is well positioned once again to reach the NCAA Championship.

* With 3-0 start, FSU . Women’s Basketball Team He entered the season strong, with three wins of 25 points or more. FSU passed Milwaukee, 79-42, shooting 58 percent of the field Sunday. Then, Seminole topped Jacksonville 64-39 behind another solid defensive attempt. After the first quarter, JU fired only 23 percent of the field the rest of the way.

* Florida State Swimming and Diving for men and women Teams are currently in Atlanta competing in the Georgia Tech Invitational. Some of the other participating programs include Auburn, Georgia, Yellow Vests host and Florida competition. The meeting continues until noon Saturday.

What are you watching for next week

* This section usually looks forward to next week, but a file Two Cross Country Programs “Knowles” In the midst of a special moment this weekend that deserves even more recognition. For the first time, FSU hosts the NCAA National Championships, the largest college event across the country. The NCAA XC Championship begins at 10:20 a.m. on Saturday, November 20, and will run all day, with both men and women athletes vying for championship glory. Furthermore, they will have a chance to do so in front of their home fans in Tallahassee at Appalachian Provincial Park. There will be more than a dozen events between the two sides; It will be broadcast on ESPNU.

* FSU women’s volleyball The regular season will conclude this week with each of their last two home games arriving. FSU faces ACC’s opponents, Notre Dame and Georgia Tech, to finish the conference slate. The NCAA Championship Stadium was announced on Sunday, November 28.

* like men, Florida women’s basketball The program entered their nationally ranked season. Su Simrao’s team remains undefeated 3-0 and sits 16th in the AP poll. After Sunday’s game at home against Grambling, the NFL plays BYU in Saint Petersburg on Thursday and will remain in the city on Saturday for game two of the early championship.

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