clock menu more-arrow no yes mobile

Filed under:

FSU soccer dominates Pitt to advance to fourth straight College Cup

Seminoles broke things open in the second half

FSU Soccer

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.