The Daily Sauce — May 25, 2022: FSU Women’s Golf Falls to Texas A&M at NCAA Championships
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The Daily Sauce — May 25, 2022: FSU Women’s Golf Falls to Texas A&M at NCAA Championships

Happy hump day, Florida State fans.

As that long weekend draws closer, see what’s in The Daily Sauce.

Lead Story

Florida State women’s golf fought until the bitter end on Tuesday, but ultimately fell to Texas A&M in a heartbreaking national quarterfinal, 3-2.

With the match tied 2-2, it took 19 holes to decide a winner between FSU’s Beatrice Wallin and Texas A&M’s Adela Cernousek. Cernousek’s putt ultimately ended the contest. The Aggies moved on to face Oregon while FSU’s season came to an end.

Elle Johnson and Charlotte Heath ultimately won their matchups for the Seminoles. Johnson topped Hailee Cooper, 3&2. Heath defeated Texas A&M’s Amber Park, 2&1.

The quarterfinal trip for FSU is its deepest NCAA Tournament run in program history. The Seminoles will have to replace Wallin, but are set to return a strong core in 2023.

Between the Lines for May 24, 2022

Women’s golf: (14) FSU 2, (16) Texas A&M 3 (NCAA Championship quarterfinals)

On the Agenda for May 25, 2022

Baseball vs. No. 17 Virginia, 3 p.m. ET (ACC Tournament, Bally Sports Networks)

Track and field at NCAA East Preliminaries, 2 p.m. ET

Rolling News and Notes

FSU baseball pitcher Parker Messick was named a finalist for the Dick Howser Trophy and Golden Spikes Award. Both honors go to the best player in college baseball.

FSU baseball sophomore pitchers Wyatt Crowell and Ross Dunn have been selected to pitch for USA Baseball’s Collegiate National Team this summer.

According to Noles247’s Brett Nevit, Bryce Hubbart will be the starting pitcher for FSU baseball in Wednesday’s ACC Tournament contest against Virginia. Messick will start on Thursday against Notre Dame.

FSU women’s tennis’ Petra Hule and Anna Arkadianou were defeated by Pepperdine’s Janice Tjen and Savannah Broadus in the round of 32 at the NCAA Doubles Championships.

With inclement weather looming, track and field’s NCAA East Preliminaries were pushed up four hours. They will now start at 2 p.m. instead of 6 p.m.

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Mike Ferguson is the lead writer for Double Fries No Slaw and has more than 10 years of experience in online and print journalism. Mike graduated from Florida State University in 2009 and has had his work featured at numerous prominent publications such as Fox Sports, the Associated Press, Athlon Sports, Yahoo Sports and Sports Illustrated among others. Prior to joining Double Fries No Slaw, Mike was the founder and editor of The Daily Nole. He also serves as the managing editor for Fifth Quarter and is a contributor for Athlon Sports, Fish Stripes and Orlando Pinstriped Post. Mike and his wife Jennifer reside in Haines City, Fla. and have two daughters.