Another dominant performance by Arsenal, who now anxiously await the draw for the knockout rounds.
Second-seeded Stanford scored two goals in the first four minutes and ended BYU’s magical run in the NCAA Women’s Soccer Tournament on Friday night, defeating the No. 1-seeded Cougars 2-0 in a semifinal match in Cary, North Carolina. Stanford moves on to face Florida State in the championship match on Monday, while BYU sees its season end with 20 wins, three losses and three ties. Stanford’s Allie Montoya scored in the second minute and Maya Doms added a goal two minutes later to give the Cardinal (20-0-4) all the scoring it would need.
Isabel Cox was one of seven seniors on this year's UNC women's soccer team. She set a pretty historic career milestone.
On Friday in Cary, in front of 10,953 fans, even when it was being outshot for the majority of the game, the backline continued to dominate.
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