The Daily Sauce — Sept. 2, 2022: FSU Volleyball Tops James Madison in Straight Sets
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The Daily Sauce — Sept. 2, 2022: FSU Volleyball Tops James Madison in Straight Sets

It’s Friday, Florida State fans.

As you start thinking about the long weekend, see what’s in The Daily Sauce.

Lead Story

For the second night in a row on Thursday, Florida State volleyball won a home match in straight sets. After topping Florida A&M on Wednesday, James Madison was the victim on Thursday.

Thursday’s win came a bit more easily as FSU cruised to a 3-0 victory. The Dukes didn’t score more than 17 points in any set.

Audrey Koenig and Audrey Rothman each finished with 11 kills for FSU in the win. Miette Veldman led James Madison with 11 kills in the loss.

With the win, FSU moves to 4-1 on the young season. The Seminoles will continue a busy week on Saturday with home matches against Yale and Austin Peay.

Between the Lines for Sept. 1, 2022

Volleyball: James Madison 0, FSU 3

On the Agenda for Sept. 2, 2022

Cross country at Covered Bridge Open

Rolling News and Notes

FSU women’s golfers Amelia Williamson and Charlotte Heath have been named to the ANNIKA Award. The award annually goes to the nation’s top female golfer.

Phil Steele lists FSU football as one of the nation’s most improved teams.

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Mike Ferguson

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.