Florida State and Santa Clara facing off in Women’s College Cup Final
Tonight, either No. 1 seed Florida State will win its third national championship and third in eight years, or No. 11 seed Santa Clara will win its second national title. The Seminoles and Broncos will meet in the College Cup final in the 2020-21 NCAA DI Women’s Soccer Championship at 5:30 p.m. EDT Monday, May 17.
The College Cup final has the potential to be a high-scoring affair, as Florida State ranks sixth nationally in scoring average (2.67 goals per game), just ahead of Santa Clara, which ranks seventh at 2.64 goals per game. Santa Clara’s Kelsey Turnbow leads the Broncos with nine goals on the season, while her teammate Izzy D’Aquila has scored eight.
Here’s the schedule for Monday’s championship from Cary, North Carolina.
- 5:30 p.m. ET | No. 1 seed Florida State (13-0-2) vs. No. 11 seed Santa Clara (11-0-1) | Live stats | Broadcast: ESPN2 | Stream: WatchESPN
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