Florida State and BYU advance to NCAA women’s soccer national championship
NCAA Championship: No. 4 BYU vs. No. 1 Florida State | Monday, Dec. 6 | 8 p.m. ET | ESPNU
After an exciting set of semifinal matches, the NCAA Women’s Soccer National Championship is set.
Florida State shutout Rutgers 1-0 to clinch back to back appearances in the national championship. Despite a late push by Rutgers, Jaelin Howell‘s lone goal in this semifinal matchup was enough to clinch Florida State a spot in the national championship. Florida State goalkeeper Cristina Roque had four highlight reel saves that preserved the clean sheet for the Seminoles.
BYU defeated Santa Clara 3-2 in penalty kicks to advance to its first-ever national championship in school history. After 110 scoreless minutes, this game was decided in a shootout. BYU went down early but came back to win it after Santa Clara’s final penalty kick bounced off the post.
See below for highlights from each of the semifinals:
A total of 47 players were selected.
Carle is a 5th year senior with the Seminoles.
Regional coaching staff awards for the 2021 season.
Fifteen players have been selected as semifinalists.
United Soccer Coaches revealed the All-Region Teams.
Robbie Church has signed five 2022 recruits.