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An FSU legend retires: Sue Semrau calls it a career

Greatness can’t be erased. For the past 24 years, Tallahassee has witnessed excellence on the court from Sue Semrau-led teams. The Seattle native and former Seminoles coach called it a career on March 21 after guiding Florida State to its ninth straight NCAA Tournament appearance. “It’s been a joy...
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Sue Semrau was a program changing basketball coach

Florida State head women’s basketball coach Sue Semrau (60) has retired from Florida State. Semrau took a struggling program and (eventually) transformed it into a successful one that nearly reached elite status nationally. In April of 1996 Chris Gobrecht took over as the head coach at Florida State replacing...
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Florida State women's basketball coach Sue Semrau retiring after 24 seasons with Seminoles

Sue Semrau, the all-time winningest coach in Florida State women's basketball history, announced Monday that she is retiring after 24 seasons with the Seminoles. "Thank you to the amazing players and the talented and diligent members of our staff, you have given me millions of moments to cherish, and friendships for a lifetime," Semrau said in a statement. "The countless supportive and hard-working administrators, faculty and staff have enriched my life."
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Florida State’s Sue Semrau retires after 24 seasons

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (AP) — Sue Semrau, the longest-tenured head coach in the Atlantic Coast Conference and Florida State’s all-time winningest coach, announced her retirement Monday. Semrau’s record at FSU was 470-271 and she led the Seminoles to 14 20-win seasons, including a string of eight straight from 2012...
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FSU women's basketball coach Sue Semrau announces retirement

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. — Sue Semrau, the longest-tenured head coach in the ACC and Florida State’s all-time winningest coach, announced Monday that she is retiring as head women’s basketball coach at Florida State University. The Associated Press, WBCA and ESPNW National Coach of the Year in 2015, Semrau guided the Seminoles to 16 NCAA Tournaments, Elite Eight appearances in 2010, 2015 and 2017, and was voted ACC Coach of the Year four times over her 24 seasons.
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FSU women’s basketball head coach Sue Semrau to retire

Florida State Seminoles women’s basketball will, for the first time in over two decades, have a new head coach. Longtime leader Sue Semrau, who began coaching at Florida State in 1997, announced her retirement on Monday, ending an illustrious run at the university that included 16 NCAA Tournament appearances and a National Coach of the Year honor in 2015.