Noles News: Softball wins, baseball returns to action, FSU recruiting

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Recruitment

The Florida State Seminoles football coaching staff is on the road, visiting coaches, schools and prospects:

Five-star receiver Shelton Sampson Jr. included the Florida State Seminoles in his top six, with Alabama, USL, Michigan, Oregonand Texas A&M.

For all things recruiting, head over to our transfer portal feed and our Florida State football recruiting feed, where you can keep up to date with the latest news and pick the brains of our staff from recruitment.

Soccer

FSU continues to see attrition on its roster – tight end Koby Gross, who primarily served as a practice squad player, has entered the transfer portal.

Basketball

FSU Hoops has hired to replace Charlton “CY” Young, who left for the Missouri Tigersby involving Boise State Broncos assistant coach R-Jay Barsh.

Our Max Escarpio looked at the transfer portal outlook and FSU’s position with some of them.

Baseball

FSU make their return to the diamond today, taking on their fifth-ranked opponent, this time in a match against No. 25 Georgia Southern – stay tuned for Tomahawk for a preview, live chat, and recap tonight.

Soft ball

The Seminoles’ No. 5 softball beat Stetson in a midweek non-conference game — next up is the first-ever FSU vs. Clemson Tigers soft ball.

All the sports

Florida State track and field athletes Ruby Stauber and Trey Cunningham each won their first ACC Performer of the Week honors of the outdoor season – Stauber took fourth place in the 800m with a time of 2:03.54 at the Tom Jones Memorial while Cunningham clocked in at 1:22 p.m. in the 110m hurdles, a school record.

Second-year male golfer Frederik Kjettrup and senior Amelie Williamson have been selected for the 2022 Arnold Palmer Cup,

Here is a great profile on Petra Hule, Florida State senior tennis player, who is apparently as gifted on the violin as she is on the pitch.

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