For the fourth consecutive season, Florida State Seminoles soccer is headed to the Women’s College Cup.
The Seminoles earned their spot by taking down the Pitt Panthers on Friday, riding a second-half surge to dominate the scoreboard 3-0.
Florida State outshot the Panthers 20-13 (9-5 shots on goal), with FSU goalkeeper Cristina Roque logging five saves on the night.
Taylor Huff broke the scoring open in the 62’ minute by converting a penalty kick brought about by a Pitt handball, with Florida State’s second goal also coming via PK — this time from Leah Pais in the 68’.
Onyi Echegini capped things off with a goal just a minute later, solidifying the win for the Seminoles.
Florida State is now 12-4-2 all-time in the NCAA quarterfinals (80-19-5 in the NCAA Tournament Overall).
The Seminoles will play the winner of tomorrow’s No. 2 Penn State vs. No. 1 Clemson match.