|Florida State Seminoles basketball|
|University||Florida State University|
|All-time record||1,206–857 (.585)|
|Head coach||Leonard Hamilton (18th season)|
|Conference||Atlantic Coast Conference|
|Arena|| Donald L. Tucker Center |
|Student section||The Nole Zone|
|Colors||Garnet and Gold |
|NCAA Tournament Runner-up|
|NCAA Tournament Final Four|
|NCAA Tournament Elite Eight|
|1972, 1993, 2018|
|NCAA Tournament Sweet Sixteen|
|1972, 1992, 1993, 2011, 2018, 2019|
|NCAA Tournament Round of 32|
|1972, 1980, 1991, 1992, 1993, 1998, 2011, 2012, 2017, 2018, 2019|
|NCAA Tournament Appearances|
|1968, 1972, 1978, 1980, 1988, 1989, 1991, 1992, 1993, 1998, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2017, 2018, 2019|
|Conference Tournament Champions|
| Florida Intercollegiate: 1955|
|Conference Regular Season Champions|
| Dixie: 1951|
Florida Intercollegiate: 1955
Metro: 1978, 1989
The Florida State Seminoles men's basketball team represents Florida State University (variously Florida State or FSU) in the intercollegiate sport of basketball. The Seminoles compete in the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) Division I and the Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC).
Though they have historically played under the shadow of the football program, the Seminoles have had successes on the hardwood and they have achieved success in recent years. Florida State has made seventeen NCAA Tournament appearances: advancing to the Round of 32 on ten occasions, the Sweet Sixteen six times, the Elite Eight on three occasions, and the Final Four once, moving on to the championship game and finishing as runner-up. Florida State has also made ten appearances in the National Invitation Tournament.
In the sixty-nine season history of the Seminole basketball program, the Seminoles have won the regular season conference title four times and the conference tournament title three times, including one ACC championship.
Florida State has had twenty-two All-Americans, twenty-six players inducted into the Hall of Fame, and thirty-two players that went on to play in the NBA. Jeff Sagarin and ESPN listed the program 74th in the college basketball all-time rankings in the 'ESPN College Basketball Encyclopedia'.
The Seminoles play their home games in the Donald L. Tucker Center on the university's Tallahassee, Florida campus. The current head men's basketball coach is Leonard Hamilton, in his eighteenth year.
The Florida State Seminoles men's team annually plays an eighteen-game conference schedule that is preceded by an out-of-conference schedule against few annual opponents except for Florida. Their conference schedule consists of a home-and-home game against two permanent rivals (Miami and Clemson), alternating home-and-home games against the other fourteen ACC teams.
Florida State University has officially fielded a basketball team since 1947, and the Seminoles are currently in their 71st season of play.
Hugh Donald Loucks served as the first basketball coach for the Florida State Seminoles. He coached at the school for one year and compiled an overall record of 5–13, becoming one of only two coaches to leave the program with a losing record of 11 games.
After the departure of Loucks, J.K. Kennedy became the coach. He was the first coach to find success at Florida State, holding the position for eighteen years and compiling a record of 234–208.
Hugh Durham played at Florida State in the 1950s, scoring 1,381 points in three years. His average of 21.9 points per game in 1958–59 is the seventh best tally in Florida State history. Durham's career average of 18.9 points per game is still the ninth best in school history. After his playing career had ended, he began his coaching career as an assistant coach in 1959. Seven years later, Durham would be named head coach in 1966. One of the top players during this time was future NBA Hall-of-Famer Dave Cowens. Durham led the Seminoles from 1966 to 1978. In 1972, Durham led Florida State to a runner-up finish in the NCAA Tournament. A hard-fought 81–76 loss to the top-ranked UCLA Bruins in the NCAA Championship game prevented Durham's Florida State team from winning the NCAA Tournament. Another key player for the Seminoles was Harry Davis, who helped the program sustain stability.
Durham's overall record at Florida State was a 230–95 record with three NCAA tournament bids. He still owns the highest winning percentage of any Florida State coach at .708.Durham is the only coach in NCAA history to be the all-time winningest coach (percentage or wins) at three different Division I schools.
After the departure of Hugh Durham, Joe Williams took over the Seminole basketball program. One of the standout players during this period was George McCloud. McCloud helped the Seminoles rebuild after the departure of Durham by becoming one of the most prolific scorers in FSU history. During his senior season, McCloud had the second-highest scoring average and the sixth-highest in Florida State history.Joe Williams would coach his final season in 1986.
The 1992–1993 season would see the emergence of one of the Seminoles' best players in its history, Bob Sura . Not much was expected of the Seminoles in 1992 as they entered into their first season in the ACC, yet they finished second in the conference to national champion Duke. The team repeated the second-place finish in 1993, establishing itself as a legitimate national power. In the 1993 NCAA Tournament they fell to Kentucky in the Elite Eight round. In Kennedy's final season (1996–1997) he led the team to the NIT Final, losing to the Michigan Wolverines.
Steve Robinson took over the program for the 1997–1998 season and led the Seminoles to the NCAA Tournament his first year. However, the team suffered losing records the next four seasons and Robinson left the program after the 2001–2002 campaign. Robinson is now an assistant coach with the North Carolina Tar Heels.
Leonard Hamilton became Florida State's seventh head basketball coach on March 19, 2002. In two years, Tim Pickett scored 1,039 points, earning him First-Team All-ACC and All-American Honorable Mention honors.Hamilton was named ACC Coach of the Year in 2009 and 2012. Hamilton is also the first Seminole coach to win an ACC Championship, capturing the league tournament title in 2012. He has led the Seminoles to seven NCAA tournament appearances. During his tenure, Florida State has been the third-most successful team in the conference. Hamilton is the winningest coach in the program's history and has sent fourteen players to the NBA Draft, including six first round picks.
*^22 wins vacated from Leonard Hamilton's record from the 2006–2007 basketball season
|Leonard Hamilton||Head coach|
|Stan Jones||Associate coach|
|Charlton Young||Assistant coach|
|Steve Smith||Assistant coach|
|Michael Bradley||Strength and Conditioning coach|
|Rob Bucher||Video Coordinator|
|Jarrod Lazarus||Director of Operations|
|Erick Casto||Equipment Manager|
The Seminoles play all of their home games at the Donald L. Tucker Center. It is an 18,000-square-foot (1,700 m2) multi-purpose facility which has hosted over 25 years worth of Seminole games . Since the 2016-2017 season the Seminoles have only 3 losses at home. Making it, currently, the toughest home court in America.
Florida State has appeared in the NCAA Division I Tournament's National Championship game once, in 1972. The Seminoles, coached by Hugh Durham, lost to John Wooden and his UCLA Bruins, 81–76, at the Memorial Sports Arena in Los Angeles, California. The Seminoles defeated powerhouse Kentucky in the Mideast Region Final and North Carolina in the Final Four.
|1971–1972||Hugh Durham||Los Angeles Memorial Sports Arena||UCLA||FSU 76, UCLA 81||27–6|
|Total National Championship Game Appearances||1|
Florida State defeated Kentucky, 73–54, to win their only regional championship.
|Total Regional Championships||1|
Florida State has appeared in the National Invitation Tournament's National Championship game once, in 1997. The Seminoles, coached by Pat Kennedy, lost to Michigan, coached by Steve Fisher, 82–73, at Madison Square Garden in New York City.
|1996–1997||Pat Kennedy||Madison Square Garden||Michigan||FSU 73, Michigan 82||20–12|
|Total National Invitation Tournament Championship Game Appearances||1|
|1950–51||Dixie||J.K. Kennedy||Porter Gym (Macon, Georgia)||Mercer||65||69|
|1954–55||Florida Intercollegiate||J.K. Kennedy||Miami Beach Auditorium (Coral Gables, Florida)||Miami||86||80|
|1977–78||Metro||Hugh Durham||Riverfront Coliseum (Cincinnati, Ohio)||Louisville||93||94|
|1978–79||Metro||Joe Williams||Mid-South Coliseum (Memphis, Tennessee)||Virginia Tech||60||68|
|1979–80||Metro||Joe Williams||Freedom Hall (Louisville, Kentucky)||Louisville||72||81|
|1984–85||Metro||Joe Williams||Freedom Hall (Louisville, Kentucky)||Memphis State||86||90|
|1988–89||Metro||Pat Kennedy||Carolina Coliseum (Columbia, South Carolina)||Louisville||80||87|
|1990–91||Metro||Pat Kennedy||Roanoke Civic Center (Roanoke, Virginia)||Louisville||76||69|
|2008–09||ACC||Leonard Hamilton||Georgia Dome (Atlanta, Georgia)||Duke||69||79|
|2011–12||ACC||Leonard Hamilton||Philips Arena (Atlanta, Georgia)||North Carolina||85||82|
|2018–19||ACC||Leonard Hamilton||Spectrum Center (Charlotte, North Carolina)||Duke||63||73|
|1954–55||Florida Intercollegiate||J.K. Kennedy||22–4||10–0|
|Total Conference Titles||4|
|National Champions||Conference Tournament Champions||Conference Regular Season Champions||NCAA Tournament||NIT Tournament|
Note: W = Wins, L = Losses, C = Conference
|1954–55||J.K. Kennedy||Florida Intercollegiate||22||4||10||0|
|1955–56||J.K. Kennedy||Florida Intercollegiate||16||9||9||1|
|1956–57||J.K. Kennedy||Florida Intercollegiate||9||17||5||5|
|1967–68||Hugh Durham||Independent||19||8||NCAA First Round|
|1971–72||Hugh Durham||Independent||27||6||NCAA Runner-Up|
|1977–78||Hugh Durham||Metro||23||6||12||1||NCAA First Round|
|1979–80||Joe Williams||Metro||22||9||7||5||NCAA Second Round|
|1983–84||Joe Williams||Metro||20||11||9||5||NIT Second Round|
|1986–87||Pat Kennedy||Metro||19||11||6||6||NIT Second Round|
|1987–88||Pat Kennedy||Metro||19||11||7||5||NCAA First Round|
|1988–89||Pat Kennedy||Metro||22||8||9||3||NCAA First Round|
|1990–91||Pat Kennedy||Metro||21||11||9||5||NCAA Second Round|
|1991–92||Pat Kennedy||ACC||22||10||11||5||NCAA Sweet 16|
|1992–93||Pat Kennedy||ACC||25||10||12||4||NCAA Elite Eight|
|1996–97||Pat Kennedy||ACC||20||12||6||10||NIT Runner-Up|
|1997–98||Steve Robinson||ACC||18||14||6||10||NCAA Second Round|
|2003–04||Leonard Hamilton||ACC||19||14||6||10||NIT Second Round|
|2005–06||Leonard Hamilton||ACC||20||10||9||7||NIT Second Round|
|2006–07||Leonard Hamilton||ACC||01||13||02||9||NIT Quarterfinals|
|2007–08||Leonard Hamilton||ACC||19||15||7||9||NIT First Round|
|2008–09||Leonard Hamilton||ACC||25||10||10||6||NCAA First Round|
|2009–10||Leonard Hamilton||ACC||22||10||10||6||NCAA First Round|
|2010–11||Leonard Hamilton||ACC||23||11||11||5||NCAA Sweet 16|
|2011–12||Leonard Hamilton||ACC||25||10||12||4||NCAA Second Round|
|2012–13||Leonard Hamilton||ACC||18||16||9||9||NIT First Round|
|2013–14||Leonard Hamilton||ACC||22||14||9||9||NIT Semifinals|
|2015–16||Leonard Hamilton||ACC||20||14||8||10||NIT Second Round|
|2016–17||Leonard Hamilton||ACC||26||9||12||6||NCAA Second Round|
|2017–18||Leonard Hamilton||ACC||23||12||9||9||NCAA Elite Eight|
|2018–19||Leonard Hamilton||ACC||29||8||13||5||NCAA Sweet Sixteen|
*122 total wins vacated from the 2006–2007 basketball season due to the academic scandal
*27 ACC wins vacated from the 2006–2007 basketball season due to the academic scandal
Florida State has ended their basketball season ranked 13 times in either the AP or Coaches Poll. Top-10 finishes are colored ██
A second-place ranking is the best the team has ever received.
|All College Tournament||1964–65, 1972–73||Third|
|Battle 4 Atlantis||2011–12|
|Big Sun Classic||1973–74, 1975–76, 1977–78||Champions|
|Cable Car Classic||1976–77||Second|
|Civitan Classic||1968–69, 1971–72||Champions|
|Coaches vs. Cancer||2012–13||Champions|
|Corpus Christi Caller Times Challenge||2004–05|
|Cotton States Classic||1980–81||Champions|
|Dayton Invitational||1972–73, 1978–79, 1981–82||Second|
|Diamond Head Classic||2010–11|
|ECAC Holiday Festival||1989–90||Third|
|Emerald Coast Classic||2019–20||Champions|
|Far West Classic||1971–72, 1975–76||Champions|
|Fiesta Bowl Classic||2002–03||Third|
|Florida Four Classic||1981–82, 1982–83||Second|
|Florida Sunshine Classic||1968–69, 1970–71, 1971–72||Champions|
|Gator Bowl Tournament||1951–52, 1954–55, 1959–60, 1960–61, 1963–64, 1969–70||Champions|
|Glenn Wilkes Classic||2007–08|
|Global Sports Classic||2008–09||Champions|
|Great Alaska Shootout||1989–90, 2000–01||Fifth|
|Hall of Fame Tip-Off||2014–15|
|Mercer Bear Classic||1973–74||Third|
|Old Dominion Classic||1978–79||Second|
|Old Spice Classic||2009–10||Champions|
|Orange Bowl Tournament||1955–56|
|NAIB District 25||1950–51, 1951–52, 1952–53, 1954–55||Champions|
|NAIB Nationals||1950–51, 1954–55||Quarterfinals|
|Pittsburgh Holiday Hoops Classic||2003–04||Second|
|Preseason NIT||1992–93, 1997–98, 2016–17||Second|
|Puerto Rico Tip-Off||2013–14||Third|
|Red Lobster Classic||1986–87, 1987–88, 1988–89||Champions|
|Senior Bowl Tournament||1956–57, 1957–58, 1971–72||Champions|
|Steel Bowl Tournament||1973–74||Second|
The Seminoles have participated in the ACC-Big Ten Challenge 20 times, compiling a record of 9–12.
|1999||Northwestern||Evanston, Illinois||W 60–46|
|2000||Minnesota||Tallahassee, Florida||L 71–79|
|2001||Northwestern||Evanston, Illinois||L 50–57|
|2002||Iowa||Tallahassee, Florida||W 80–67|
|2003||Northwestern||Tallahassee, Florida||W 71–53|
|2004||Minnesota||Minneapolis, Minnesota||W 70–69|
|2005||Purdue||Tallahassee, Florida||W 97–57|
|2006||Wisconsin||Madison, Wisconsin||L 66–81|
|2007||Minnesota||Tallahassee, Florida||W 75–61|
|2008||Northwestern||Evanston, Illinois||L 59–73|
|2009||Ohio State||Columbus, Ohio||L 64–77|
|2010||Ohio State||Tallahassee, Florida||L 44–58|
|2011||Michigan State||East Lansing, Michigan||L 49–65|
|2012||Minnesota||Tallahassee, Florida||L 68–77|
|2013||Minnesota||Minneapolis, Minnesota||L 61–71|
|2014||Nebraska||Tallahassee, Florida||L 65–70|
|2015||Iowa||Iowa City, Iowa||L 75–78 (OT)|
|2016||Minnesota||Tallahassee, Florida||W 75–67|
|2017||Rutgers||Piscataway, New Jersey||W 78–73|
|2018||Purdue||Tallahassee, Florida||W 73–72|
|2019||Indiana||Bloomington, Indiana||L 64–80|
|Boston College||11||7||.611||Lost 1||2006|
|Georgia Tech||42||29||.592||Won 3||1963|
|North Carolina||14||49||.222||Lost 1||1965|
|NC State||26^||31||.456||Won 1||1955|
|Notre Dame||5||4||.556||Won 1||2011|
|Virginia Tech||34^||22||.607||Won 5||1968|
|Wake Forest||26^||25||.510||Won 2||1958|
*^wins vacated from the 2006–2007 basketball season due to the academic scandal
*^wins vacated from the 2006–2007 basketball season due to the academic scandal
The Seminoles have appeared on ESPN's College Game Day twice, hosting the program once, in 2012, when the North Carolina Tar Heels played in Tallahassee. The Seminoles have a 1–0 record when Gameday is on campus.
|Date||Location||Home Team||Away Team||Result||PF||PA|
|January 14, 2012||Tallahassee, Florida||Florida State||#3 North Carolina||W||90||57|
|March 16, 2019||Charlotte, North Carolina (ACC Tournament)||#5 Duke||#12 Florida State||L||63||73|
|January 31, 1958||Morgantown, WV||West Virginia||L||51||103|
|December 2, 1961||Columbus, OH||Ohio State||L||57||72|
|March 25, 1972||Los Angeles, CA||10||UCLA||L||76||81|
|December 8, 1975||Indianapolis, IN||10||Indiana||L||59||83|
|March 11, 1978||Knoxville, TN||13||Kentucky||L||76||85|
|December 31, 1985||Charlotte, NC||North Carolina||L||64||109|
|December 22, 1990||Las Vegas, NV||UNLV||L||69||101|
|January 6, 1992||Durham, NC||Duke||L||70||86|
|January 30, 1992||Tallahassee, FL||23||Duke||L||62||75|
|December 20, 1997||Tallahassee, FL||17||North Carolina||L||73||81|
|February 17, 1999||Tallahassee, FL||Duke||L||59||85|
|January 6, 2002||Tallahassee, FL||Duke||W||77||76|
|February 7, 2002||Durham, NC||Duke||L||49||80|
|January 29, 2004||Durham, NC||Duke||L||49||56|
|March 1, 2006||Tallahassee, FL||Duke||W||79||74|
|March 4, 2008||Chapel Hill, NC||North Carolina||L||77||90|
|March 14, 2008||Charlotte, NC||North Carolina||L||70||82|
|March 14, 2009||Atlanta, GA||22||North Carolina||W||73||70|
|January 12, 2011||Tallahassee, FL||Duke||W||66||61|
|January 12, 2019||Tallahassee, FL||13||Duke||L||78||80|
The Seminoles have appeared in the NCAA Tournament seventeen times. Their combined record is 21–17; current head coach Leonard Hamilton has a record of 12–10 in the tournament.
|1968||First Round||East Tennessee State||L 69–79|
|1978||First Round||Kentucky||L 76–85|
|1988||First Round||#5 Iowa||L 98–102|
|1989||First Round||#13 Middle Tennessee||L 83–97|
#7 Western Kentucky
|2009||First Round||#12 Wisconsin||L 59–61OT|
|2010||First Round||#8 Gonzaga||L 60–67|
|#7 Texas A&M|
#2 Notre Dame
|#14 St. Bonaventure|
|#14 Florida Gulf Coast|
#12 Murray State
The NCAA began seeding the tournament with the 1979 edition.
The Seminoles have appeared in the National Invitation Tournament (NIT) ten times. Their combined record is 14–10.
#3 South Carolina
#1 Mississippi State
|2008||First Round||#6 Akron||L 60–65OT|
|2013||First Round||#5 Louisiana Tech||L 66–71|
|#8 Florida Gulf Coast|
#3 Louisiana Tech
The NCAA began seeding the tournament with the 2006 edition.
The ACC Men's Basketball Tournament is the conference championship tournament in basketball for the Atlantic Coast Conference. It is a single-elimination tournament and seeding is based on regular season records. The winner receives the conference's automatic bid to the NCAA Basketball Tournament.
Florida State has won the ACC Tournament once, in 2012, under coach Leonard Hamilton. The Seminoles have a record of 19–27 at the ACC Tournament.
|#7 NC State|
#3 North Carolina
|1993||#2||Quarterfinals||#7 Clemson||L 75–87|
|1994||#7||Quarterfinals||#2 North Carolina||L 69–83|
|1995||#7||Quarterfinals||#2 Maryland||L 64–71|
|1996||#8||First Round||#9 NC State||L 65–80|
|1997||#7||Quarterfinals||#2 Wake Forest||L 65–66|
|1998||#7||First Round||#8 NC State||L 63–65|
|#8 Georgia Tech|
|2001||#8||First Round||#9 Clemson||L 64–66|
#1 Wake Forest
|2004||#7||Quarterfinals||#2 NC State||L 71–78|
|2005||#10||First Round||#7 NC State||L 54–70|
|2006||#5||First Round||#12 Wake Forest||L 66–78|
#1 North Carolina
|#8 Wake Forest|
#2 North Carolina
|#12 Georgia Tech|
#1 North Carolina
|2010||#3||Quarterfinals||#11 NC State||L 52–58|
|2011||#3||Quarterfinals||#6 Virginia Tech||L 52–51|
|#6 Miami (FL)|
#1 North Carolina
#3 North Carolina
|#14 Boston College|
#6 Virginia Tech
|#7 Virginia Tech|
#3 Notre Dame
|2018||#8||Second Round||#9 Louisville||L 74–82|
|#5 Virginia Tech|
ACC Coach of the Year
ACC Defensive Player of the Year
ACC Sixth Man of the Year
Some jerseys have been honored although their numbers are still active.
One FSU player and coach has been inducted into the College Basketball Hall of Fame.
|College Basketball Hall of Fame inductees|
|2006||Dave Cowens||Player: 1967-1970|
|2016||Hugh Durham||Player: 1957–59|
Head Coach: 1967–78
Florida State has sent forty-six players to the NBA Draft.
Florida State recently revived the character of Cimarron, a costume mascot that will make appearances at many FSU athletic events and functions. In addition, the character will make public appearances and will be available for functions at area schools and service projects, as well as with the spirit groups.
Robert Cleckler Bowden is a retired American football coach. Bowden is best known for coaching the Florida State Seminoles football team from the 1976 to 2009 seasons.
The Florida State Seminoles are the athletic teams representing Florida State University located in Tallahassee, Florida. They compete as a member of the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) Division I level, primarily competing in the Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC) for all sports since the 1991–92 season; within the Atlantic Division in any sports split into a divisional format since the 2005–06 season.
Hugh Nelson Durham is a retired American basketball coach. He was head coach at Florida State, Georgia, and Jacksonville. He is the only head coach to have led two different programs to their first Final Four appearances.
James Leonard Hamilton is an American basketball coach and the current men's basketball head coach at Florida State University. He is a former head coach at Oklahoma State University, the University of Miami, and for the National Basketball Association's Washington Wizards. In his 30 years as a collegiate head coach, his teams have qualified for nine NCAA Men's Division I Basketball Tournaments and 11 National Invitation Tournaments, highlighted by appearances in the NCAA Tournament's Elite Eight (2018) and Sweet 16 with Florida State, as well as a Sweet 16 appearance with Miami (2000). Other career benchmarks include the Big East Conference regular season championship in 2000 and the ACC Tournament title in 2012. While with the NBA's Wizards his team posted a 19–63 record during his sole season with the franchise in 2000–01.
The Florida State Seminoles football team represents Florida State University in the sport of American football. The Seminoles compete in the NCAA Division I Football Bowl Subdivision (FBS) of the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) and the Atlantic Division of the Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC). The team is known for its storied history, distinctive helmet, fight song and colors as well as the many traditions associated with the school.
Joseph Patrick Kennedy is an American former college basketball coach. He was previously the men's basketball coach at Towson University, Iona College, Florida State University, DePaul University, Pace University and the University of Montana. Currently, Kennedy is a senior advisor for the Hoop Group and Be The Beast Recruiting.
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Toney Bernard Douglas is an American professional basketball player for Movistar Estudiantes of the Liga ACB. He played college basketball for Auburn for one year, eventually becoming frustrated with his role on the team as a shooting guard. He subsequently transferred to Florida State University for the remainder of his collegiate career, where he switched to the point guard position. Emerging as a defensive force in his junior season, Douglas set school and conference records for steals. He stepped up as a team leader in his final season, breaking personal records in several statistical categories and helped lead the Seminoles to their first NCAA Tournament in 11 years.
The 2013–14 Florida State Seminoles men's basketball team, variously Florida State or FSU, represented Florida State University during the 2013–14 NCAA Division I men's basketball season. Florida State competes in Division I of the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA). The Seminoles were led by twelfth year head coach Leonard Hamilton and played their home games at the Donald L. Tucker Center on the university's Tallahassee, Florida campus. They are members of the Atlantic Coast Conference.
The Florida State Seminoles softball team represents Florida State University in the sport of softball. Florida State competes in Division I of the National Collegiate Athletics Association (NCAA) and the Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC).
The Florida State Seminoles women's basketball team represents Florida State University in the intercollegiate sport of basketball. The Seminoles compete in the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) Division I and the Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC).
The 2014–15 Florida State Seminoles women's basketball team, variously Florida State or FSU, represented Florida State University during the 2014–15 NCAA Division I women's basketball season. Florida State competed in Division I of the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA). The Seminoles were led by eighteenth year head coach Sue Semrau and played their home games at the Donald L. Tucker Center on the university's Tallahassee, Florida campus. They were members of the Atlantic Coast Conference.
Luke Isaac Rhoad Loucks is an American former professional basketball player. He played college basketball for Florida State, where he was a member of four straight NCAA Tournament teams and still holds the school record for most career games played. After playing professionally in Latvia, Cyprus, Belgium, Germany, and the NBA Development League, Loucks joined the Golden State Warriors organization in the summer of 2016 in a paid internship position.
The 2016–17 Florida State Seminoles women's basketball team, variously Florida State or FSU, represents Florida State University during the 2016–17 NCAA Division I basketball season. Florida State competes in Division I of the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA). The Seminoles are led by head coach Sue Semrau, in her twentieth year, and play their home games at the Donald L. Tucker Center on the university's Tallahassee, Florida campus. They are members of the Atlantic Coast Conference.
The 2016–17 Florida State Seminoles men's basketball team, variously Florida State or FSU, represented Florida State University during the 2016–17 NCAA Division I men's basketball season. The Seminoles were led by head coach Leonard Hamilton, in his fifteenth year, and played their home games at the Donald L. Tucker Center on the university's Tallahassee, Florida campus as members of the Atlantic Coast Conference.
The 2017–18 Florida State Seminoles women's basketball team, variously Florida State or FSU, represents Florida State University during the 2017–18 NCAA Division I basketball season. Florida State competes in Division I of the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA). The Seminoles are led by head coach Sue Semrau, in her twenty-first year, and play their home games at the Donald L. Tucker Center on the university's Tallahassee, Florida campus. They were members of the Atlantic Coast Conference.
The 2018–19 Florida State Seminoles men's basketball team represented Florida State University during the 2018–19 NCAA Division I men's basketball season. The Seminoles were led by head coach Leonard Hamilton, in his 17th year, and played their home games at the Donald L. Tucker Center on the university's Tallahassee, Florida campus as members of the Atlantic Coast Conference.
The 1992–93 Florida State Seminoles men's basketball team represented Florida State University as members of the Atlantic Coast Conference during the 1992–93 NCAA Division I men's basketball season. Led by head coach Pat Kennedy, and future NBA players Sam Cassell, Doug Edwards, Bob Sura, and Charlie Ward, the Seminoles reached the Elite Eight of the NCAA Tournament. The team finished with an overall record of 25–10.
The 1991–92 Florida State Seminoles men's basketball team represented Florida State University as first-time members of the Atlantic Coast Conference during the 1991–92 NCAA Division I men's basketball season. Led by head coach Pat Kennedy, and future NBA players Sam Cassell, Doug Edwards, Bob Sura, and Charlie Ward, the Seminoles reached the Sweet Sixteen of the NCAA Tournament. For the second consecutive season, Florida State was eliminated from NCAA Tournament play by a top five-ranked Indiana team. The team finished with an overall record of 22–10.
The 2019–20 Florida State Seminoles men's basketball team represents Florida State University during the 2019–20 NCAA Division I men's basketball season. The Seminoles are led by head coach Leonard Hamilton, in his 18th year, and play their home games at the Donald L. Tucker Center on the university's Tallahassee, Florida campus as members of the Atlantic Coast Conference.
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