Saturday, 3 June 2023

NCAA Beach Volleyball



Tallahassee, Fla. – The No. 4 ranked Florida State Seminoles (29-6) travel to Huntsville, Alabama to attempt their seventh straight CCSA conference championship. The conference championship is double elimination and the Seminoles come in ranked as the second seed, just behind TCU. Alexis Durish also earned All-Freshman honors prior to the championships. Maddie Anderson and Paige Kalkhoff lead the All-Academic lineup for the Seminoles.



Paige Kalkhoff headlines the CCSA All-Academic team, winning scholar athlete of the year. Partner Maddie Anderson joins Kalkhoff on the All-Academic team. Kalkhoff has a 4.0 GPA and Anderson has a 3.94 GPA.


Alexis Durish All-Freshman

Alexis is 19-1 when playing with Makenna Wolfe on court five. Wolfe and Durish also earned Pair of the Week honors after posting a 5-0 record at the March to May Tournament. She has beaten teams like No. 5 LSU (twice), No. 1 TCU, No. 2 USC (twice), No. 3 UCLA (twice), No. 8 Hawaii, No 10 Georgia State, and No. 6 LMU.


CCSA Championships

The No. 4 Florida State Seminoles (29-6) will travel to Huntsville, Alabama this weekend to compete for their seventh straight CCSA Conference title since 2016. The conference tournament will consist of all six teams, Florida State, TCU, LSU, Grand Canyon, Missouri State and South Carolina.


Last year, the Seminoles won their sixth consecutive conference title. In the first round, Florida State defeated LSU 5-0. The next day the Noles dropped the first match against TCU 3-2. After beating LSU in the losers bracket 4-1, the Noles went on to defeat TCU in the Championship match 3-1.


The Seminoles earned the two-seed in this year’s conference tournament after going 6-2 in conference play. They are ranked below TCU, whose record was 5-0. Both Florida State and TCU earned a bye for the first match and will play the winners of the first round.


Florida State has faced all but one conference team this season (Missouri State). The Seminoles defeated LSU three times, South Carolina twice, and Grand Canyon once. The two losses were courtesy of TCU at neutral sites. Florida State will take on the winner of LSU and Missouri State on Thursday, April 27th at 3:00 p.m. ET.


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