Board gives green light to high school sports Sports

Board gives green light to high school sports

September 2, 2020

NSF Staff Report The Florida High School Athletic Association recently approved allowing schools to start fall sports last Monday, after a lengthy debate about how to move forward amid health concerns because of the coronavirus pandemic. The 11-5 vote by the association’s board of directors will allow football games and

Tanor Ngom signs to play basketball at FSU Sports

Tanor Ngom signs to play basketball at FSU

September 2, 2020

By Chuck WalshSeminoles.com Tanor Ngom, who averaged a double-double of 16.7 points and 11.5 rebounds for Ryerson University in Canada this past season, has signed a Grant in Aid to play basketball at Florida State for coach Leonard Hamilton and his staff. Ngom (7-2, 236 lbs) averaged 10.6 points, 6.6

Coleman brings backpack giveaway to Bond Elementary School Sports

Coleman brings backpack giveaway to Bond Elementary School

August 26, 2020

By St. Clair MurraineOutlook staff writer James Coleman, a former football player at Florida High who parlayed his talent to FSU and later in the NFL, could hardly believe what he was seeing. A long line of automobiles snaked around Bond Elementary School and through the parking lot. They came

DeSantis doesn’t want to punt on fall football Sports

DeSantis doesn’t want to punt on fall football

August 26, 2020

By Jim TurnerNews Service of Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis continued to pitch the return of college and high-school sports as a safer environment for student-athletes amid the coronavirus pandemic. During an appearance at Florida State University with football players and President John Thrasher, DeSantis also said the state would welcome

Semrau, Wyckoff join Coaches 4 Change Sports

Semrau, Wyckoff join Coaches 4 Change

August 19, 2020

By Stephen StoneSeminoles.com Florida State Women’s Basketball coaches Sue Semrau and Brooke Wyckoff will be partnering with Coaches 4 Change (C4C), an organization founded by college basketball coaches who are dedicated to helping their student-athletes, their campus and their communities. The upstart organization was created following the recent civil unrest

Natasha Howard and Seattle Storm have WNBA spotlight Sports

Natasha Howard and Seattle Storm have WNBA spotlight

August 19, 2020

Seminoles.com Florida State women’s basketball fans will have plenty of opportunities remaining to watch Seminole legend Natasha Howard on national television this season. With the sports world slowly returning under new norms due to COVID-19, Howard’s Seattle Storm opened up the WNBA national telecast schedule last July 25 when it

Terry, Wilson earn Maxwell Award recognition Sports

Terry, Wilson earn Maxwell Award recognition

August 19, 2020

Seminoles.com Redshirt junior wide receiver Tamorrion Terry and senior defensive tackle Marvin Wilson were named to the Maxwell Award Watch List last Friday. The award is given to the college player of the year by the Maxwell Football Club. Terry, from Ashburn, Georgia, was also named to the Biletnikoff Watch

Orr replaces Wiggins as FAMU softball coach Sports

Orr replaces Wiggins as FAMU softball coach

August 12, 2020

Special to the Outlook FAMU’s softball team didn’t avoid the shakeup in sports caused by coronavirus. The pandemic left coach Veronica Wiggins without the big finale that was anticipated to mark the end of her lengthy career at the helm. She however made her exit from working the sidelines for

Five FAMU tennis players earn ITA academic recognition Sports

Five FAMU tennis players earn ITA academic recognition

August 12, 2020

Special to the Outlook Five FAMU tennis players were recently named Intercollegiate Tennis Association Scholar-Athletes, with four coming from the women’s program. In 2020, 979 Division I men student-athletes and 1,430 Division I women student-athletes were named an ITA Scholar-Athlete. In addition, 186 men’s programs and 244 women’s programs were

ACC announces plans for football and fall Olympic sports Sports

ACC announces plans for football and fall Olympic sports

August 12, 2020

Special to the Outlook GREENSBORO, N.C.  – Saying that the “health, safety and well-being of all our campus constituents is at the forefront of all decisions,” the Atlantic Coast Conference announced that it will move head with a fall schedule, including football.  “The ACC recognizes the uncertain and challenging environment