Despite 26 turnovers, Michael Snaer and Florida State's three point shooting led the Seminoles to a 75-60 win at home.
The Florida State Seminoles improved to 6-0 at the Tucker Center with a win over the UNC Greensboro Spartans on Sunday afternoon. The Noles amped up the pressure in the second half to run away with the fifteen point win, finishing it off 75-60 in Tallahassee. Greensboro, out of the Southern Conference, is just 2-8 this season.
Florida State was led by Michael Snaer, who finished with a team high 14 points but needed 12 shots to get there. Snaer took eight three point attempts, hitting three of them for most of his damage against the Spartans. Terry Whisnant came off the bench and added 11 points for the Seminoles, adding two three pointers of his own.
An astonishing 26 turnovers kept Greensboro in the game, as all five FSU starters had at least three turnovers each. FSU, which is now 7-3, will have a week off as the semester winds down. They host Loyola Marymount next Sunday at home before a pre-Christmas matchup with rival Florida on the 22nd in Gainesville.
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