All four ACC teams still alive won their quarterfinal matches.
Saturday, November 18
BYU 3 Michigan State 1. Att. 3,695.
• Brecken Mozingo led the Cougars with two goals and one assist.
• BYU, whose unbeaten streak is 19 games, reached the final eight for the fifth time.
Sunday, November 19
Florida State 5 Texas 0. Att.: 1,391.
• Seminoles scored three goals in the first 20 minutes.
• FSU advanced to quarterfinals for sixth consecutive season.
Penn State 4 Saint Louis 3. Att.: 822.
• Nittany Lions blew a 2-0 lead, then rallied from 3-2 down to win in overtime.
• Kaitlyn MacBean scored twice and assisted on Payton Linnehan’s winner.
Clemson 1 Georgia 1. Att.: 1,471.
(Clemson wins 5-4 on penalty kicks.)
• Megan Bornkamp equalized for the Tigers in the 88th minute
• Clemson earned a spot in the Elite Eight for the sixth time in school history.
Texas Tech 0 North Carolina 1. Att.: 2,558.
• Bella Sember's goal in the 72nd minute sent UNC to the final 8 for the 34th time.
• For the second time in three days, Tar Heels did not allow a shot on goal.
Nebraska 4 UC Irvine 0. Att.: 1,717.
• The Huskers reached the quarterfinals for the first time since 1999.
* Eleanor Dale scored twice to set a single-season program record with 28 goals.
Stanford 1 Mississippi State 0. Att.: 1,829.
• Elise Evans' header in the 11th minute was the difference.
• The Cardinal is unbeaten in its last 34 matches (28-0-6).
In Fayetteville, Ark.: Pittsburgh 3 Memphis 0. Att.: 719.
• Keera Melenhorst opened the scoring in 52nd minute with a bicycle kick.
• Panthers earned their first trip to the elite eight.
Friday, November 24
Stanford vs. Nebraska 5 pm.
Florida State vs. Pittsburgh 5:30 pm.
BYU vs. North Carolina 8 pm.
Saturday, November 25
Clemson vs. Penn State 1 pm.
All times ET.
Photo: Olivia Garcia celebrated Florida State's fifth and final goal. Credit: Florida State.