Florida State (16-13) hosted the NC State Wolfpack (11-19) as the Seminoles looked for a win on Senior Day. During the first half, the Seminoles were led by Caleb Mills with a team-high nine points. Florida State shot 55% from the field and made four threes while scoring 46 points. The ‘Noles led 46-35 at halftime.
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In the second half, the Seminoles continued their hot shot as Rayquan Evans hit a three to extend the lead to 14 points. Going back and forth with the wolfpack, FSU held a double-digit lead for the majority of the half as the ‘Noles comfortably won the game 89-76, moving to (17-13).
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Wrapping up their last home game, senior Wyatt Wilkes finished with 7 points and a three, Anthony Polite had 14 points and 10 rebounds, Tanor Ngom had 10 points, 7 rebounds and 2 blocks, and Harrison Prieto scored 7 points, 5 rebounds and made three. Seniors Malik Osborne and Justin Linder did not play due to injury.
The Seminoles will travel to Brooklyn for the ACC tournament. Entering as the eighth seed, FSU will face all nine seeds from Syracuse on Wednesday.
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