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Gopher women fall to Seminoles, 68-56

Minnesota led by seven points early in the second half, but FSU's Alexa Deluzio sparked a 15-2 run to spark the No. 14 Seminoles to victory.
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Minnesota led by seven points early in the second half, but FSU's Alexa Deluzio sparked a 15-2 run to spark the No. 14 Seminoles to victory.

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