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The Daily Nole — June 11, 2018: FSU Hoops a No. 5 Seed in Latest Bracketology

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It’s Monday, Florida State fans. As you start your week anew, keep it here for the latest in FSU athletics. The news and notes section of this post will be updated throughout the day.

Lead Story

The start of the 2018-19 season is still months away, but Florida State is looked upon favorably in the latest Bracketology from ESPN‘s Joe Lunardi.

The Seminoles are projected as a No. 5 seed in the West Region and would be facing No. 12 seed Old Dominion in Salt Lake City. FSU was a No. 9 seed last season when it made its first run to the Elite Eight in 25 years.

The last time that Florida State was a No. 5 seed was 2009 when it was upset by 12th-seeded Wisconsin in overtime. The Seminoles return 10 scholarship players, with Braian Angola, C.J. Walker and Ike Obiagu being the only losses.

Between the Lines

There were no FSU athletic events scheduled for Sunday.

On the Agenda

There are no FSU athletic events scheduled for Monday.

News and Notes

FSU hoops is No. 18 in ESPN’s latest Way-Too-Early top 25.

FSU freshman pitcher C.J. Van Eyk was named a Freshman All-American by NCBWA.

FSU women’s hoops will face Penn State in next season’s ACC/Big Ten Challenge.

Both FSU softball and FSU head baseball coach Mike Martin will be honored by Gov. Rick Scott on Wednesday.

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