Georgia Tech made its shots and free throws down the stretch.
Nicki Ekhomu scored 21 points on 9 of 17 shooting but No. 17 Florida State fell at Georgia Tech 65-62 on Sunday afternoon.
Kiah Gillespie had nine points and 10 rebounds but the Yellow Jackets won the rebounding edge 37-28.
The Seminoles shot 24 of 53 (45.3 percent) from the floor.
FSU (21-6, 10-6 ACC) may be headed for a No. 5 seed in the NCAA Tournament given that the Seminoles have lost two of their last three games. The top four seeds in each region (the top 16 overall) will host a four-team regional, meaning that FSU will likely be on the road for a first- and second-round game.
Francesca Pan scored 23 points to lead GT (18-10, 9-8).
FSU plays two more home games to finish the regular season, beginning on Thursday against Clemson at 7 p.m. (Fox Sports Florida). That will be a “Paint it Pink” game at the Donald L. Tucker Center.