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2018 Schedule
10-0, 1st in ACC
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Wright fuels FSU past ASU (0:47)
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Florida State's Thomas is espnW's player of the week

After scoring 57 points and shooting 60 percent from the field to lead unbeaten Florida State to a pair of road wins, Seminoles senior forward Shakayla Thomas is the espnW national player of the week.

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Thomas' 31 rally No. 13 Florida St women past Iowa 94-93

Shakayla Thomas scored 31 points, 17 in the fourth quarter, and Imani Wright added 26 points as No. 13 Florida State erased a 12-point deficit in the fourth quarter to defeat Iowa 94-93 on Wednesday night in the Big Ten/ACC Challenge.

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Florida State dominates Samford (0:44)
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Davis helps drive South Carolina back to the Final Four

When she transferred to South Carolina, Kaela Davis envisioned being part of a Final Four team. Her 23 points turned the dream into a reality as the Gamecocks clinched their second Final Four.

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Which teams will advance from the Elite Eight?

Will the Cinderella run continue for Oregon, just the second 10-seed to reach the regional final? Will No. 1 seeds UConn, Notre Dame, Baylor and South Carolina advance to the Final Four?

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Florida State uses big second half to top Oregon State (0:52)
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FSU defensive effort earns date with Gamecocks

Led by Ivey Slaughter's nine steals, the Seminoles came back from 17 down in the first quarter to hold off Oregon State. South Carolina, meanwhile, ended Quinnipiac's dream run in a rout.

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FSU brings its defense to defeat Oregon State

Ivey Slaughter started swiping to help Florida State discover its best defense from all angles, and the third-seeded Seminoles erased a daunting deficit and ran right into the Stockton Regional f

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Which teams will advance from the Sweet 16?

Will the Cinderella runs continue for Oregon and Quinnipiac? Can Notre Dame overcome injury? Can Kelsey Plum drive Washington to the Elite Eight? And which 3-seed is predicted to upset a No. 2?