Florida State beats University of North Carolina 1-0 for Women’s College Cup title

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Before Sunday, four of her six goals came in the postseason, earning her the nickname ‘Miss November.’

The forward saved her best effort for Sunday’s Women’s College Cup final against the University of North Carolina.

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In front of an announced crowd of 12,512 at WakeMed Soccer Park, Dorosy lifted the Seminoles to a 1-0 victory over the Tar Heels in the NCAA title match with a goal in the 60th’minute. The goal ‘ a finish at the near post ‘ came thanks to an inch-perfect cross from Venezuelan star Deyna Castellanos.

The win gave the Florida State’s soccer program its second national title and stopped UNC’s storied program from winning a title in a place that had been its home field throughout the NCAA Tournament.

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Florida State beats North Carolina 1-0 for 2018 College Cup title

Florida State is the DI women’s soccer national champion for the second time in school history after topping North Carolina 1-0‘in the 2018 College Cup Sunday afternoon.

Dallas Dorosy netted the only goal of the game in the 60th minute off a lead pass from Deyna Castellanos that Dorosy tipped past UNC goalie’Samantha Leshnak for the 1-0 lead. It was Dorosy’s seventh goal of the year.

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Her performance also earned her “Most Outstanding Player on Offense”‘honors for the tournament, and she will graduate from Florida State this academic year as a national champion.

UNC women’s soccer falls in National Championship, 1-0, to Florida State Sunday

UNC senior defender Julia Ashley lays on the ground in anguish following UNC’s 1-0 loss to Florida State in the National Championship game at Sahlen’s Stadium at WakeMed Soccer Park in Cary on Dec. 2, 2018.

CARY ‘ North Carolina women’s soccer’s quest for a 22nd College Cup title came up just short on Sunday, as the Tar Heels fell to fellow No. 1 seed Florida State, 1-0, in the National Championship game at Sahlen’s Stadium at WakeMed Soccer Park.’

The game was a rematch of the ACC Championship, which was also won by the Seminoles. On that day four weeks ago, FSU’s Dallas Dorosy was involved in each of the Seminoles’ goals. And on Sunday, it was once again Dorosy who cost UNC a chance at a championship, as her 60th-minute score proved to be the only thing separating the two teams.’

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Florida State blanks North Carolina 1-0 to win women’s College Cup for 2nd national title

The senior was named the ACC Tournament MVP after scoring a pair of goals against North Carolina. Curt Weiler, Tallahassee Democrat

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‘I did rename her ‘Miss December’ now. Just so we’re clear. I asked her and she was good with it. Dallas has had just a fantastic career. She came in maybe a little bit under-appreciated. A kid from South Florida who had some room to grow before she was going to be able to influence the games. She’s just a great kid. She works hard everyday. You can see, when you speak with her, she’s humble and she’s a likable kid.’

Florida State, with a world of talent, wins NCAA women’s soccer national championship

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UCLA Women’s Soccer: With a Women’s College Cup Berth at Stake, Bruins Face North Carolina Tar Heels

The UCLA women’s soccer team (17-3-1) heads deep into Tobacco Road territory today to face the North Carolina Tar Heels (20-3-1) in an epic battle to decide which of those two teams will advance to the Women’s College Cup next weekend.

Two teams have already punched their tickets to the Women’s College Cup. Stanford beat Tennessee, 2-0, yesterday and Florida State outlasted Penn State, 1-0. That represents one side of the bracket. For reasons that will become apparent, both of those teams factor into the analysis of the UCLA v. UNC game.

The other side of the bracket will be decided today with Georgetown hosting Baylor and UNC hosting the Bruins.

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