FSU’s Sue Semrau wins AP Women’s Coach of the Year

The Florida State Seminoles women’s basketball team was knocked out of the 2015 NCAA Women’s Basketball Tournament prior to the Final Four, but head coach Sue Semrau has still been honored for her team’s stellar season.

Saturday evening at Amalie Arena in Tampa, Fla., it was announced that Sue Semrau has been named the 2015 Associated Press Women’s Basketball College Coach of the Year.

The honor comes after Florida State finished the year with a record of 32-5 — which tied for the most wins in program history.

“I am humbled by this honor that extends to the coaches and student-athletes who worked so hard this season,” Semrau said in a press release. “The numerous records that were broken this year are a direct result of the incredible effort put in by our players and staff.”

Last month, Sue Semrau was honored as the ESPNW Coach of the Year.

Semrau is also a WBCA Coach of the Year finalist and a Naismith Trophy Coach of the Year finalist, so she could add some additional hardware to her trophy case before the middle of next week when the awards are announced.

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