The top-seeded Florida State soccer team (13-0-1) advanced to the College Cup for the 11th time in program history after defeating ninth-seeded Duke (12-5-4), 5-3, Sunday in penalty kicks. “I thought Duke had a wonderful game plan and their kids executed it to perfection,” said FSU head coach Mark Krikorian. The Seminoles dominated possession of the ball the entire game but could not get a ball in the back of the net through 110 minutes of action.
He chose the Tigers over Florida State, North Carolina, Pittsburgh and Virginia. "The next chapter - LSU," Reid said on his twitter page. "All I got to say is I’m ready to get to work."
The Seminoles produced nine hits and four extra base hits. FSU also had nine free passes. On the mound, the Seminoles allowed just seven hits and struck out nine.