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Un affrontement parmi les cinq premiers, une victoire de 95 points et de nouveaux visages dans de nouveaux endroits nous ont donné beaucoup de choses à emporter à disséquer alors que le basket-ball universitaire féminin est revenu mardi.
Watson est l'une des quatre joueuses avec Emily Engstler et Hailey Van Lith de Louisville et Madison Hayes de Chattanooga qui participeront aux trois dernières étapes de la Ligue des Nations FIBA ​​3x3 U23 du 2 au 4 août à Voiron, en France.
NC State's # 5 women's swim team broke expectations by posting record-breaking attempts to swim across the board at the NCAA championships held at the Greensboro Aquatic Center this weekend.
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. . Florida State Game Notes / ACC Notes / Polite Shows Further Progress / Gray Thinking Big in 2020 TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (Seminole. com) - Under three-time ACC Coach of the Year, Leonard Hamilton, the Florida State Men’s basketball team has built some amazing streaks. From her home record since the end of the 2015/16 season (69-3, . 958 percent profit), on their record since the beginning of the 2018-19 season (59-13, . 819 percent win), on their school record of 41 home wins in a row against opponents outside the conference after winning 27 games in a row in their home arena, the Seminoles have made winning a habit. The Seminoles will try to extend one of their most incredible winning streaks when they host the UCF at the Donald L on Saturday night. Tucker Center. Florida State has 31 straight wins in games played in the state of Florida. The series began with a 77-68 win over Clemson on Dec.. January 2019 and continued with the 74-61 victory against Georgia Tech on Tuesday evening. The streak includes 18 wins against ACC teams, three against SEC teams and two against Big Ten teams. The most common victim during the series is Georgia Tech (who defeated the Seminoles three times during the series). . The series includes wins from overtime, wins from behind, wins against Summer and wins when the Seminoles never ran after. The victories went over ranked teams, teams that won their championships and played in the NCAA tournament, and against a team that came to the Tucker Center as the defending national champion. It includes wins against teams from the states of Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, Massachusetts, New York, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, Tennessee, and Virginia. The series includes victories in Tallahassee, Ft. Walton Beach, Gainesville, Sunrise and Coral Gables. For the Seminoles and their head coach, however, the most important game in their current series of streaks is Saturday night against UCF. Redshirt junior Wyatt Wilkes was born in Florida with a basketball in hand. His grandfather, the late Glenn Wilkes, made incredible contributions to the game not only in the state but also nationally and internationally. "We're proud of our state," said Wilkes, who is from Winter Park. “This is our state. Whenever we go out on the pitch to play, it's important. Each of our games is just as important as any other and that's part of our team's mentality. Treating every game equally is part of our culture. During Wilkes' career, the Seminoles are 82-25 (. 766 win percent) overall and 56-6 in Florida games. He was part of the last three teams to protect the Florida border. Redshirt junior RaiQian Gray has also lived in the sunshine his entire life, and agrees with Wilkes. "You can brag about a show like this in the summer, but that's it," said Gray. "It's nothing we think about, nothing we talk about. It's part of our mentality. The next game we play is the most important game. Since April 12, the Seminoles have. January 2019 neither at home nor in the state of Florida against Duke with a 3-point shot on the buzzer. Without that defeat, the Seminoles series of games won in their home state would be 39. Hamilton, who has trained in both Florida and Miami states, sees no streaks. He only sees the next game on the board. "To be honest, I had no idea about it until you told me," said Hamilton. “As a coach, we see the next game on our schedule. We don't see what happened two years or two games ago has any bearing on our game against UCF. The only thing I see is UCF and UCF is a very good basketball team. “The Seminoles won four games in the first four games of the season and their first conference win of the season. But as Hamilton and his players have pointed out, the Florida state game against UCF is the most important thing if any of their steaks is to grow longer.