BROOKE WYCKOFF, ASSISTANT COACH
|BIOS & STATS
|WHAT THEY’RE SAYING
A native of West Chester, Ohio, the talented forward was one of the top high school players in the country before signing a National Letter of Intent with FSU in 1997 in what was Semrau’s first season in Tallahassee.
In her rookie year, Wyckoff made an immediate impact as she set a single-season record at the time with 80 blocks on her way to earning ACC All-Freshman Team honors. Conference accolades continued to roll in during her next three years with a pair of All-ACC Third Team accolades (1999 and 2000) and finally an All-ACC First Team selection as a senior in 2001.
Wyckoff’s 1,350 career points is still the 10th-most in school history and her 804 rebounds are sixth. She ranks No. 2 at FSU in career blocks with 209.
Perhaps most importantly, Wyckoff was the cornerstone of the Seminoles’ first winning season in nine years as the team posted a 19-12 record in 2001 and finished fourth in the ACC. That season culminated in the school’s first trip to the NCAA Tournament in 10 years and All-America honors for Wyckoff, which was the first national accolade for an FSU women’s basketball player since 1993.
She also played with the USA Women’s Basketball Select Team for three consecutive summers.