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Florida State Seminoles women's basketball preview 2010-11

ROSTER

No. Player Ht. Pos. Yr.

00 Chasity Clayton 6-0 F R-So.

3 Alexa Deluzio 5-11 G R-So.

5 Christian Hunnicutt 5-10 G Sr.

10 Leonor Rodriguez 5-11 G So.

12 Courtney Ward 5-7 G Sr.

14 Tay'ler Mingo 5-7 G Fr.

22 Olivia Bresnahan 5-11 G Fr.

32 Lauren Coleman 6-0 F Fr.

33 Natasha Howard 6-3 F Fr.

34 Chelsea Davis 6-2 F So.

54 Cierra Bravard 6-4 C Jr.

SCHEDULE

Nov. 12 Alabama State, 6

Nov. 15 at Auburn, 7

Nov. 18 Colorado State, 7

Nov. 21 Vanderbilt, 2

Junkanoo Jam, Bahamas

Nov. 26 vs. Alabama, 8

Nov. 27 Arizona/Providence, 6

Dec. 1 Michigan State+, 7

Dec. 4 at Western Carolina, 2

Dec. 12 Jacksonville State, 2

Dec. 15 Central Florida, 6

Dec. 18 at Yale, 7

Dec. 21 at Connecticut, 7

Dec. 28 Florida, 7

Dec. 30 Stetson, 7

Jan. 2 at Missouri, 3

Jan. 6 at Virginia Tech, 7

Jan. 9 Virginia, 2

Jan. 14 Duke, 6:30

Jan. 20 at Clemson, 7

Jan. 24 Miami, 7

Jan. 27 at Boston College, 7

Jan. 30 at North Carolina State, 1

Feb. 2 North Carolina, 7

Feb. 7 at Virginia, 7

Feb. 11 Georgia Tech, 6:30

Feb. 17 at Wake Forest, 7

Feb. 20 Maryland, 3

Feb. 24 at Miami, 7

Feb. 27 Clemson, 2

March 3-6 ACC Tournament#

+ ACC-Big Ten Challenge

# Greensboro, N.C.

Coach: Sue Semrau (234-166 (excludes 22 wins vacated per NCAA sanctions), 14th season)

Last season: 29-6, 12-2 (tied for first in the ACC). Lost to Connecticut in the Elite Eight of the NCAA Tournament.

Notable: FSU has established itself as one of the nation's top programs. The Seminoles shared the regular-season title in the powerful ACC the past two years, has reached the NCAA Tournament for six consecutive seasons then, last year, advanced to the Elite Eight for the first time. The bar remains high. … Senior PG Courtney Ward (10.7 ppg, 5.7 apg, 64 3-pointers) is a potential All-America, junior C Cierra Bravard (7.1, 4.5 rpg) brings a physical presence inside and redshirt sophomore wing players Alexa Deluzio (8.3 ppg, 40 of 99 3-pointers) and Chasity Clayton (8.0 ppg, 5.3 rpg) both look to be blossoming, and they must considering that graduation claimed F Jacinta Monroe, the first Seminole to be taken in the first round of the WNBA draft, and Gs Alysha Harvin and Angel Gray. … Speaking of the newcomers, freshman F Natasha Howard, the highest-rated recruit in program history (second overall in the nation by ESPN's HoopGurlz), can score inside and from 3-point range and figures to be in the starting lineup. Keep an eye on fellow freshman G Olivia Bresnahan.

Brian Landman, Times staff writer

Florida State Seminoles women's basketball preview 2010-11 11/05/10 [Last modified: Saturday, November 6, 2010 9:25pm]
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