Bluefield Daily Telegraph, Bluefield, WV

College Sports

December 6, 2013

Hokies, Cavs fall in College Cup

CARY, N.C. — Jamia Fields led Florida State to the NCAA Women’s College Cup final, scoring twice in the second half in the Seminoles’ 3-2 victory over Virginia Tech on Friday night.

Florida State (23-1-3) will face the winner of the second semifinal between UCLA and Virginia.

Fields scored in the 57th minute and snapped a 2-2 tie in the 83rd minute to help the Seminoles (23-1-3) reached the championship game for the second time in program history.

Kristin Grubka also scored for Florida State.

Ashley Manning and Ashley Meier scored for the Hokies (19-5-3), who lost for the third time this season to the Seminoles.

UCLA tops Virginia

CARY, N.C. (AP) — Rosie White pushed UCLA into the NCAA Women’s College Cup final, scoring the decisive penalty kick against Virginia after the teams tied 1-1 on Friday night.

The Bruins (21-1-3) won the tiebreaker 4-2 to advance to face Florida State (23-1-3) on Sunday in the championship game. The Seminoles beat Virginia Tech 3-2 in the first semifinal.

Katelyn Rowland stopped two of Virginia’s four attempts in the shootout.

 

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