Weekly Recap: Cross Country wins an ACC Title
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Weekly Recap: Cross Country wins an ACC Title

Busy Week for the Noles

This week the Noles had a busy one, with soccer having their senior night, cross country competed in the ACC championship, and football was on the road against Clemson. 

Soccer Fought for ACC Seeding

Soccer was in the Plex for their last home game of the regular season, as well as honoring their seniors. The Noles took on number 1 ranked Virginia with a game that had ACC tournament seeding and the regular ACC championship on the line. The Noles went down 0-1 in the second half but Yujie Zhao scored minutes later to even the score. The game went into overtime but the final score was 1-1. The Noles will go into the ACC tournament seeded number 2, so earned themselves a bye in the first round. 

Wildshutt Wins ACC Title

Cross country was competing in the ACC championship this weekend and Adriaan Wildshutt won the championship. His time for the 8k race was 23:07.0 closely followed by Ahmed Muhumed who came third with a time of 23:24.0. Overall, the men’s team finished in fifth place while the women’s team placed 3rd. 

Swim and Dive Take 4 Wins

The Noles were at home this weekend in a meet against UNF, West Florida, and Florida Southern. They won against all four teams with Noles taking wins in IM, relay, breast, back, free, fly races, and diving. 

Volleyball Sweeps the Weekend

FSU volleyball was in Tully again this week against Boston College and Syracuse. They defeated BC first in straight sets, with Skye Ekes having a career best 13 kills. On Sunday, the Noles faced Syracuse and won in a 5 set thriller, making their weekend a clean sweep. 

Williamson Ties 4th

Women’s golf was away competing at the Landfall Tradition, and Amelia Williamson finished T4. She was the only golfer that managed to be below par in all three rounds of the event. 

Football Loses a Close One to Clemson

Football was away at Clemson this week in closely contested game that went down to the final few minutes. Some crucial plays were made throughout the game, including an interception by Cooper and a scoop and score by Jermaine Johnson. The Noles lost in the end with the final score being 20-30.