Second-ranked Florida State is headed back to the Women's College Cup for the fourth year in a row after defeating South Carolina, 5-0, Friday afternoon in Tallahassee with all five goals in a span of
30 minutes. Berglind Thorvaldsdottir
broke a scoreless match in the 32nd minute, while Jamia Fields
and Cheyna Williams
each added two goals. The Seminole defense posted its fourth consecutive postseason shutout and 17th shutout of the season to tie a school record.
five goals scored were the most allowed by South Carolina in a decade. The Gamecocks, who were making their first appearance in the quarterfinals, came into the game not allowing a goal in their first
three postseason games. Nov 28 in Tallahassee, Fla. Florida State 5 South Carolina 0.
Thorvaldsdottir (Grubka) 32, Fields (Schmid) 43, Fields (Pickett) 55, Williams (Brynjarsdottir) 60, Williams (Brynjarsdottir) 61. South Carolina --
Crider, Gray, Neary, Romness, Leach, Drennan, Johnson, Groff, Parker, Lane, McCaskill. Subs: Kurtz, Ray, Babbitt, Griffin, Daniel, D'Angelo, Bendell. Florida State --
Miller, Grubka, Crowley, Koivisto, Campbell, Fields, M.Hahn, Schmid, Pickett, Brynjarsdottir, Williams. Subs: Grant, Driesse, Scarpa, Hudson, Thorvaldsdottir, Kennedy,
Murakami, Bakowska-Mathews, D.Hahn. Att.: