Florida State University women's team starts the season this weekend



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Florida State University women's team starts the season this weekend

As reported by the Florida State University website, the women's tennis team will open the 2023 tennis season this weekend, hosting three matches at home. Admission to matches at the Scott Speicher Memorial Tennis Center is free.

Real-time statistics will be available. Florida will start today, Friday, against FGCU, and then they will host Mercer and FAMU in a Sunday doubleheader beginning. Also as reported via a statement on the University website, Florida is led by junior Anna Arkadianou, who is 52nd in the individual preseason rankings.

She won nine singles matches and three doubles matches during the fall season, including undefeated singles runs at The Fall Tournament in Alabama and the UNF Invitational. Sophomore Olympe Lancelot had a top 10 singles win during the fall, adding six doubles wins.

Redshirt sophomore Alice Amendola posted an 8-1 mark in singles with five doubles wins in the fall tournament season. Senior Vic Allen, freshman Millie Bissett, fresh Cade Cricchio and senior Mila Saric had six singles hits this fall.

Senior Kianah Motosono recorded a team best seven wins in doubles during the fall, including a 3-1 mark with junior Ellie Schoppe finishing the fall with six total wins in doubles. Bissett and Lancelot each had six wins playing doubles, including three playing pairs.

About Florida State

Florida State University is one of the leading public universities in the US state of Florida. Founded in 1851, it is the oldest university in the state still active. It is headquartered in the state capital, the town of Tallahassee.

The university is made up of 15 distinct colleges and 39 institutes and research centers. Each year it awards around 2 000 bachelor's degrees in more than 300 study subjects. Research activity is also highly developed, with about 300 new PhDs each year.

He is also a member of the National Sea Grant College Program and the National Space Grant College and Fellowship Program, two national research programs specializing respectively in coastal and marine environmental protection and aerospace research.

Florida State is home to the National High Magnetic Field Laboratory, a laboratory of excellence in magnetic field research. In addition, taxol was synthesized here in 1989, a molecule with important applications in the treatment of tumors.

The main subjects taught and researched are: natural sciences, social and political sciences, cinema, engineering, visual arts and theatre, economics, medicine and law. The College of Social Work is the nation's largest. Photo Credits: Florida State website