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Roberts Tallies First-Career Double-Double Despite Loss Against FSU
Roberts went for 15 points and 13 rebounds in her first-career double-double.

Roberts Tallies First-Career Double-Double Despite Loss Against FSU

CORAL GABLES, Fla. – Despite Jasmyne Roberts’ first-career double-double and a season-high 21 points from Shayeann Day-Wilson, Miami women’s basketball (16-9, 6-8 ACC) dropped a 74-68 decision against Florida State (19-8, 10-5 ACC) Sunday, Feb. 18. 

UM finished with 51 rebounds, setting a team-season high, with 13 coming from Roberts. Day-Wilson upped her double-digit scoring streak to 11 games with her first 20-plus point performance as a Hurricane. Latasha Lattimore added 11 points off the bench in her fifth double-digit scoring game of the year.

FINAL | (-/RV) Florida State 74, Miami 68

The first six minutes were fast paced with only a few stoppages as Miami took a 14-7 lead with the help of eight points from Day-Wilson. UM used a 7-0 run to break a 7-7 tie, giving the Canes the seven-point edge with 3:18 to go in the first. Miami reeled in 24 rebounds in the first quarter, taking a 16-12 lead into the second frame. 

FSU went on a 9-0 run to take a 21-16 lead, its first of the game. Jasmyne Roberts drained a three-pointer and Day-Wilson made consecutive jumpers to tie things up, 23-23. FSU closed the half on an 8-2 run to take a 38-32 lead at the break, which it would never relinquish. 

The Noles worked themselves to a nine-point lead shortly into the start of the second half, but a Latasha Lattimore blocked shot allowed Ja’Leah Williams to get loose on the fastbreak and score in transition. Florida State pushed its lead to 51-41 at the third quarter media timeout, tying FSU’s largest advantage of the game. The Canes got a bucket back with a jumper from Jaida Patrick as the Canes trailed, 56-48, at the end of the third. 

FSU’s Sara Bejedi hit a three-pointer and Ta’Niya Latson made a tough basket to push FSU’s lead to a game-high 12 with just over seven minutes to go in the game. Lashae Dwyer made two big baskets, cutting the deficit to seven with four minutes remaining. The Noles’ O’Mariah Gordon made a corner three, pushing their lead back to 11 with 2:30 in the game. Lattimore made a layup and Patrick made a three to cut the deficit to six with 29 seconds to go, but FSU closed the game out.

“Credit to them [FSU]. We played hard…and generated some opportunities in special situations to make it a game. That’s what Miami does and if there’s a second on the clock I’m still thinking we’re winning the game. The story of the game though was that we had 21 offensive rebounds…but only converted it into six points.”


  • It was the 70th all-time meeting between these two teams
  • Day-Wilson tallied a season high in points
  • Roberts posted her first-career double-double. She also paced Miami with four assists with a career-high 13 rebounds.
  • Miami posted a season high for team rebounds
  • Outside of the season-opening elementary school game, Miami had a season-high 3,584 attendance
  • UM’s bench outscored FSU’s, 19-2

Miami begins its final road stint of the regular season Thursday, Feb. 22 at Virginia.