Singleton leads FSU past UNC Greensboro 97-73

Chris Singleton
had a triple-double with 22 points, 11 rebounds and 10 steals, and
Florida State beat North Carolina-Greensboro 97-73 on Sunday.

Okaro White and Michael Snaer had 16 points apiece for the Seminoles.
They shot 51 percent (35 of 68), hit seven 3-pointers and never trailed
in starting 2-0 for the sixth straight year.

Florida State had 20 steals and turned 26 UNC Greensboro turnovers into 32 points.

David Williams scored 16 points and Aloysius Henry added 15 for UNC
Greensboro (0-2). The Spartans fell to 1-33 against Atlantic Coast
Conference teams.

Florida State scored the
game’s first six points as part of a 17-6 opening run, a burst capped
by White’s layup barely 7 minutes in. Luke Loucks’ 3-pointer with 10
minutes left in the half made it 22-10 and put the Seminoles up by
double figures to stay.

Singleton had 13
points in the first half for Florida State, which led 46-29 at halftime
and kept the Spartans winless against one of the nation’s toughest

UNC Greensboro faces seven teams
from the ACC, and four of those will come to the Greensboro Coliseum —
which for the second straight year will play host to the league

Cody Henegar added 12 points
for UNC Greensboro, which fell to 15-5 in home openers since moving to
Division I. The Spartans forced 21 turnovers and turned them into 20

Derwin Kitchen finished with 11
points for Florida State, which improved to 3-0 in the series. The
teams met for the first time since 1995.

Updated November 14, 2010