Florida State Women's Soccer - 2012 Year In Review

Florida State Women's Soccer - 2012 Year In Review

Coaching Staff
Mark Krikorian, Head Coach
Mike Bristol, Assistant Coach
Nathan Minion, Director of Operations
Imaizumi Morinao, Volunteer Assistant
Jean Rettig, Graduate Assistant
Melissa Terry, Strength and Conditioning

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2012 Soccer


2012 Florida State Signees/Newcomers

Tori Abnathy, 5-8, F-MF, Lakeland

Kirsten Crowley, 5-5, F-MF, Panama City Beach

Nicole Fischer, 5-1, MF, Orlando

Amber Goin, 5-1, MF-F, Shaker Heights, OH

Michaela Hahn, 5-3, MF, Titusville

Dria Hampton, 5-6, MF, Piedmont, OK

Rylee Hart, 5-4, D, Pace

Kahlia Hogg, 5-7, D-MF, Canberra, Australia

Nora Kervroedan, 5-5, MF, Maurepas, France

Carson Pickett, 5-8, D-MF, Fleming Island

Kacy Scarpa, 5-4, D, Lakeland

Isabella Schmid, 5-6, MF, Wangen, Germany

Berglind Thorvaldsdottir, 5-8, F, Vestmannaeyjar, Iceland


2012 Roster - By Name

L
T                                             PY
R No Name                  Pos     Hgt   Cl   Ltr  Hometown (Prior School)
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
  23 Tori Abnathy          F-MF    5-8   Fr        Lakeland (Jenkins)
* 21 Marta Bakowska-MathewsMF      5-9   So   *    Kent, England (Saint Michael's)
* 15 Tiana Brockway        D       5-6   Sr   ***  Tacoma, WA (Stadium)
*  7 Dagny Brynjarsdottir  MF      5-10  So   *    Hella, Iceland (Garoabaer)
  22 Kirsten Crowley       F-MF    5-5   Fr        Panama City Beach (Arnold)
*  4 Jamia Fields          F       5-4   So   *    Alta Loma, CA (Los Osos)
* 24 Nicole Fischer        MF      5-1   Fr        Orlando (Bishop Moore)
  25 Amber Goin            MF-F    5-1   Fr        Shaker Heights, OH (Shaker Heights)
* 13 Kristin Grubka        D-MF    5-10  So   *    Melbourne (Melbourne)
*  8 Michaela Hahn         MF      5-3   Fr        Titusville (Titusville)
* 12 Dria Hampton          MF      5-6   Sr        Piedmont, OK (Piedmont/Oklahoma)
* 27 Rylee Hart            D       5-4   Fr        Pace (Pace)
* 17 Kahlia Hogg           D-MF    5-7   Fr        Canberra, Australia (Merici College)
*  2 Ines Jaurena          D       5-3   Sr   ***  Charenton-le-Pont, France (Lycee Louis Bascan)
*  9 Kassey Kallman        D       5-8   Jr   **   Woodbury, MN (Woodbury)
* 20 Nora Kervroedan       MF      5-5   Fr        Maurepas, France (Lycee Louis Bascan)
* 14 Tiffany McCarty       F       5-4   Sr-R ***  Laurel, MD (Saint John's College)
* 18 Hikaru Murakami       MF      5-1   So   *    Nagoya, Japan (Tomioka)
* 16 Carson Pickett        D-MF    5-8   Fr        Fleming Island (Saint Johns Country Day)
*  6 Jessica Price         F       5-5   Sr-R ***  Libertyville, IL (Vernon Hills)
   5 Kacy Scarpa           D       5-4   Fr        Lakeland (Jenkins)
* 11 Isabella Schmid       MF      5-6   Fr        Wangen, Germany (Saint Ursula Schulen)
*  3 Casey Short           MF-D    5-6   Sr-R ***  Naperville, IL (Central)
  10 Berglind Thorvaldsdottir
                           F       5-8   Fr        Vestmannaeyjar, Iceland (Menntaskolinn i Kopavogi)
*  1 Taylor Vancil         GK      5-7   Sr   *    Youngsville, NC (Saint Charles North/Louisville)
* 19 Kelsey Wys            GK      5-9   Jr-R **   Coral Springs (Marjory Stoneman Douglas)

2012 Roster - By Number

L
T                                             PY
R No Name                  Pos     Hgt   Cl   Ltr  Hometown (Prior School)
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
*  1 Taylor Vancil         GK      5-7   Sr   *    Youngsville, NC (Saint Charles North/Louisville)
*  2 Ines Jaurena          D       5-3   Sr   ***  Charenton-le-Pont, France (Lycee Louis Bascan)
*  3 Casey Short           MF-D    5-6   Sr-R ***  Naperville, IL (Central)
*  4 Jamia Fields          F       5-4   So   *    Alta Loma, CA (Los Osos)
   5 Kacy Scarpa           D       5-4   Fr        Lakeland (Jenkins)
*  6 Jessica Price         F       5-5   Sr-R ***  Libertyville, IL (Vernon Hills)
*  7 Dagny Brynjarsdottir  MF      5-10  So   *    Hella, Iceland (Garoabaer)
*  8 Michaela Hahn         MF      5-3   Fr        Titusville (Titusville)
*  9 Kassey Kallman        D       5-8   Jr   **   Woodbury, MN (Woodbury)
  10 Berglind Thorvaldsdottir
                           F       5-8   Fr        Vestmannaeyjar, Iceland (Menntaskolinn i Kopavogi)
* 11 Isabella Schmid       MF      5-6   Fr        Wangen, Germany (Saint Ursula Schulen)
* 12 Dria Hampton          MF      5-6   Sr        Piedmont, OK (Piedmont/Oklahoma)
* 13 Kristin Grubka        D-MF    5-10  So   *    Melbourne (Melbourne)
* 14 Tiffany McCarty       F       5-4   Sr-R ***  Laurel, MD (Saint John's College)
* 15 Tiana Brockway        D       5-6   Sr   ***  Tacoma, WA (Stadium)
* 16 Carson Pickett        D-MF    5-8   Fr        Fleming Island (Saint Johns Country Day)
* 17 Kahlia Hogg           D-MF    5-7   Fr        Canberra, Australia (Merici College)
* 18 Hikaru Murakami       MF      5-1   So   *    Nagoya, Japan (Tomioka)
* 19 Kelsey Wys            GK      5-9   Jr-R **   Coral Springs (Marjory Stoneman Douglas)
* 20 Nora Kervroedan       MF      5-5   Fr        Maurepas, France (Lycee Louis Bascan)
* 21 Marta Bakowska-MathewsMF      5-9   So   *    Kent, England (Saint Michael's)
  22 Kirsten Crowley       F-MF    5-5   Fr        Panama City Beach (Arnold)
  23 Tori Abnathy          F-MF    5-8   Fr        Lakeland (Jenkins)
* 24 Nicole Fischer        MF      5-1   Fr        Orlando (Bishop Moore)
  25 Amber Goin            MF-F    5-1   Fr        Shaker Heights, OH (Shaker Heights)
* 27 Rylee Hart            D       5-4   Fr        Pace (Pace)

2012 All-Americans

Name                     Organization
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Ines Jaurena             Nat Soccer Coaches Assoc of America - 1st Team All-American
                         Soccer America - 1st Team All-American
                         Top Drawer Soccer - 2nd Team All-American

Kassey Kallman           Top Drawer Soccer - 1st Team All-American

Tiffany McCarty          Soccer America - 2nd Team All-American
                         Nat Soccer Coaches Assoc of America - 3rd Team All-American

Isabella Schmid          Soccer America - 1st Team Freshman All-American

Kelsey Wys               Nat Soccer Coaches Assoc of America - 3rd Team All-American

All-Americans -  5

2012 Schedule and Results

DATE
REF
LOC
OPPONENT
SCORE
08/17
Ref
A
MINNESOTA W 3-2
08/24
Ref
A
CENTRAL FLORIDA W 1-0
08/31
Ref
H
FLORIDA W 1-0
09/02
Ref
H
COLL OF CHARLESTON W 4-0
09/07
Ref
H
CAL ST-FULLERTON W 2-1
09/09
Ref
A
ARKANSAS W 1-0
09/13
Ref
H
DUKE W 1-0
09/16
Ref
H
WAKE FOREST W 1-0
09/21
Ref
H
JACKSON STATE W 5-0
09/27
Ref
A
NORTH CAROLINA W 1-0
09/30
Ref
A
NORTH CAROLINA STATE W 2-0
10/04
Ref
H
CLEMSON W 7-0
10/11
Ref
H
VIRGINIA TECH W 1-0
10/14
Ref
H
VIRGINIA
OT
W 1-0
10/18
Ref
A
BOSTON COLLEGE L 2-3
10/21
Ref
A
MARYLAND W 1-0
10/25
Ref
A
MIAMI L 0-1
10/28
Ref
H
BOSTON COLLEGE
ACC
W 4-0
11/02
Ref
N
VIRGINIA
ACC, Cary, NC
L 2-4
11/09
Ref
H
MISS VALLEY STATE
NCAA
W 6-0
11/16
Ref
H
TEXAS TECH
2OT, NCAA
W 3-2
11/18
Ref
H
TEXAS A&M
NCAA, Sweet 16
W 4-0
11/23
Ref
H
NOTRE DAME
NCAA, Elite 8
W 1-0
11/30
Ref
N
PENN STATE
OT, NCAA, College Cup, Final Four, San Diego, Ca
L 1-2
EOY Stats Ref

                Overall   Home    Away   Neutral
------------------------------------------------
FSU RECORD IS   20- 4    14- 0     6- 2     0- 2


2012 ATLANTIC COAST CONFERENCE RESULTS
 1  FLORIDA STATE         8- 2    20- 4 
 2t MARYLAND              6- 3-1  14- 7-2
 2t WAKE FOREST           6- 3-1  14- 6-3
 2t NORTH CAROLINA        6- 3-1  15- 5-3
 2t VIRGINIA              6- 3-1  18- 5-1
 6  DUKE                  5- 3-2  15- 6-2
 7  MIAMI                 4- 4-2   9- 8-3
 8t BOSTON COLLEGE        4- 5-1  11- 8-3
 8t VIRGINIA TECH         4- 5-1  13- 6-1
10  CLEMSON               1- 9     6-10-2
11  NORTH CAROLINA STATE  0-10     5-14 

2012 CONFERENCE TOURNAMENT, Chapel Hill, NC
   Date                    Score                                    Comments
==========  ==================================================  ==================================
10/28/2012  (5)VIRGINIA 1, (4)NORTH CAROLINA 0                  Round 1
10/28/2012  (3)WAKE FOREST 1, (6)DUKE 0                         Round 1, OT                                                
10/28/2012  (1)FLORIDA STATE 4, (8)BOSTON COLLEGE 0             Round 1
10/28/2012  (2)MARYLAND 2, (7)MIAMI 1                           Round 1, OT                                                
11/02/2012  (2)MARYLAND 2, (3)WAKE FOREST 0                     Round 2
11/02/2012  (5)VIRGINIA 4, (1)FLORIDA STATE 2                   Round 2
11/04/2012  (5)VIRGINIA 4, (2)MARYLAND 0                        Round 3

2012 EOY Stats

Offensive Stats Name GP GS Min G A Pts Sh Sh% SOG SOG% YC RC GW PK ATT =============================================================================== Tiffany McCarty 24 24 1644 17 5 39 63 0.270 35 0.556 0 0 5 0 0 Dagny Brynjarsdottir 18 17 1420 9 9 27 43 0.209 19 0.442 0 0 5 0 0 Kristin Grubka 24 24 2180 5 6 16 30 0.167 11 0.367 1 0 2 0 0 Jamia Fields 24 21 1583 3 8 14 48 0.063 17 0.354 2 0 1 0 0 Jessica Price 24 24 1221 2 10 14 21 0.095 9 0.429 0 0 0 0 0 Ines Jaurena 24 24 2114 4 3 11 28 0.143 13 0.464 0 0 3 1 1 Carson Pickett 24 1 1010 2 5 9 28 0.071 10 0.357 0 0 0 0 0 Marta Bakowska-Mathews 11 0 207 2 3 7 5 0.400 3 0.600 0 0 0 0 0 Nora Kervroedan 20 4 597 2 2 6 13 0.154 5 0.385 1 0 1 0 0 Tiana Brockway 24 23 1739 2 2 6 11 0.182 5 0.455 0 0 1 0 0 Kassey Kallman 18 18 1640 2 0 4 15 0.133 9 0.600 0 0 0 0 0 Dria Hampton 19 11 753 1 2 4 3 0.333 1 0.333 0 0 0 0 0 Casey Short 23 23 2056 0 4 4 16 0.000 5 0.313 1 0 0 0 0 Isabella Schmid 19 19 1543 1 1 3 25 0.040 7 0.280 0 0 1 0 0 Rylee Hart 4 0 62 1 1 3 3 0.333 2 0.667 0 0 0 0 0 Michaela Hahn 24 2 777 1 0 2 22 0.045 8 0.364 0 0 0 0 0 Hikaru Murakami 23 3 935 1 0 2 13 0.077 8 0.615 0 0 1 0 0 Kahlia Hogg 10 2 240 0 1 1 4 0.000 1 0.250 0 0 0 0 0 Kelsey Wys 23 23 1936 0 1 1 1 0.000 0 0.000 0 0 0 0 0 Nicole Fischer 4 0 89 0 0 0 2 0.000 0 0.000 0 0 0 0 0 Taylor Vancil 7 1 244 0 0 0 0 0.000 0 0.000 0 0 0 0 0 ========================================================= FSU 24 55 63 173 394 0.140 168 0.426 5 0 20 1 1 Opp 24 15 13 43 197 0.076 93 0.472 4 0 4 0 0 Defensive Stats Name GP GS Minutes GA Avg Saves Pct W L T Sho Faced ============================================================================= Taylor Vancil 7 1 243:40 0 0.00 4 1.000 1 0 0 1 Kelsey Wys 23 23 1936:31 15 0.70 73 0.830 19 4 0 10 Team 0 0 0:00 0 0.00 1 1.000 0 0 0 6 ======================================================= FSU 24 2180:11 15 0.62 78 0.839 20 4 0 17 0 Opp 24 2180:11 55 2.27 113 0.673 4 20 0 1

FLORIDA STATE 3, MINNESOTA 2
08/17/2012, MINNEAPOLIS, MN

From the FSU Website, seminoles.com.

Noles Survive Season Opener.

FSU erases a two-goal deficit to capture its fifth straight season opener.

MINNEAPOLIS, MN - No. 4 Florida State (1-0-0) erased an early two-goal deficit in opening the 2012 season with a 3-2 victory at Minnesota (0-1-0) Friday evening inside Elizabeth Lyle Robbie Stadium.

The Seminoles scored three unanswered goals including two in the second half to register its largest come-from-behind victory since November 2, 2008 when FSU battled back from two down at NC State to defeat the Wolfpack 5-2.

"We didn't start out the way we needed to tonight," said head coach Mark Krikorian. "Credit to Minnesota; they came out and capitalized on some mistakes to put us in a bit of a hole. But I thought our kids were resilient; they fought hard and we gave ourselves a chance to win. For our first game, against a good opponent on the road, I would have to say that's a pretty decent start."

"It was a rough start; we made it a little harder on ourselves than it needed to be," said Jessica Price. "But we came back and fought and got the goals that we needed to, so it was a good first win."

Ines Jaurena completed the comeback Friday night giving the Seminoles their first lead of the game in the 87th minute heading a cross from Jessica Price inside the left post for what would stand as the game-winner.

"I went (toward the goal) because I knew the cross would go deep," added Jaurena. "I didn't really expect it but I saw it coming and I was like, 'it's time to put it in.' I knew I was going to score but I didn't know when and the goal came at the right time tonight."

"I didn't think the cross would find the back post," said Price. "But Ines was there to finish it."

"Jessica is a weapon for us," said Krikorian. "We had good movement off the ball, created a little commotion in the box and had the opportunity to tap a ball in. I thought our kids fought hard and hung in there to give ourselves a chance to win and fortunately we were able to secure the win tonight."

Dagny Brynjarsdottir and Nora Kervroedan scored the other two goals for Florida State as the Seminoles won their fifth straight season opener including their third in a row on the road.

Kelsey Wys played all 90 minutes between the posts finishing the match with three saves including two big stops in the second half on a pair of one-on-one break-a-ways by the Gophers.

The Seminoles found themselves behind early as Minnesota jumped out to a 2-0 lead after the first seven minutes. It marked the first time that FSU had given up two goals to open a season since 2007 in a 2-1 loss at Portland. FSU entered Friday's game against Minnesota outscoring the opposition 14-0 over its last four season openers.

A defensive turnover by the Seminoles in the sixth minute led to the first goal of the game as Taylor Uhl found the back of the net to give the Gophers the early lead. Uhl dribbled the ball down the left side of the 18-yard box and then beat Wys with a soft shot inside the left post as Minnesota took a 1-0 advantage.

The Gophers quickly added to their lead just one minute and 22 seconds later on a goal by Katie Thyken. The sophomore midfielder took advantage off an empty net following a goal kick by Wys that went right to the feet of Thyken. The goal came from about 30 yards out as Minnesota ran out to 2-0 lead.

Florida State broke through with its first goal of the season in the 14th minute as Tiffany McCarty found Brynjarsdottir for the score to cut the deficit to 2-1. McCarty slipped a pass to her right just inside the 18-yard box to Brynjarsdottir, who took a few dribbles before firing a shot inside the left post for her first goal of the season.

"It was an important goal," added Krikorian on FSU's first score of the game. "Anytime you go down 2-0, it's easy for panic to set in, but the fact that we were down 2-0 so early in the contest our players recognized it's a long game and that there are going to be chances to find the back of the net."

Carson Pickett got her first scoring chance as a Seminole in the 21st minute as she found herself one-on-one with Gopher keeper Cat Parkhill. Pickett fired a low liner from about 16 yards that was saved by Parkhill.

The Seminoles had a great chance to tie the game in the 29th minute off a corner kick but a team save off the left post by Minnesota following a shot from Jaurena kept the Gophers' one-goal lead intact.

Florida State went into the locker room down a goal but with the advantage in shots (10-6) and corners (4-0), while Pickett led all players with three first half shots.

Two huge point blank saves from Wys in the second half led to a spectacular goal from Kervroedan in the 62nd minute to tie the match at 2-2. Off a Seminole throw-in on the far side of the field, Price's strong throw reached the head of Kristin Grubka, who flicked a shot on goal. Parkhill made a punch save on the right post sending the ball out to the top of the box where Kervroedan one-timed a blast into the left corner for her first collegiate goal. Grubka was credited with the assist on the play.

Before the Seminoles' found the equalizer, Wys made two phenomenal saves on a pair of one-on-one break-a-ways by the Gophers in a span of two-minutes. The first save came off a shot by Uhl, while the second came off a shot from about 18 yards by Taylor Wodnick.

"She came up big a couple of times tonight," added Krikorian on Wys' saves in the second half. "I thought we had some pretty good possession and some decent attacking play but Minnesota had a great game plan and executed it very well. Kelsey had to make some big saves and then of course our transition gave us a chance to score.

"Nora's goal is as nice of a college goal as you are going to see. She has wonderful technique. She took the shot beautifully; I hope there is more to come from her."

Jamia Fields led all players with five shots Friday night, while Pickett and McCarty tallied four and three shots apiece, respectively.

 
POS ##        NAME               MIN SH SOG  G  A YC RC GW PK ATT
=== == ========================= === == === == == == == == == ===
GK  19 Kelsey Wys                 90  0   0  0  0                
D    2 Ines Jaurena               90  2   2  1  0        1       
D    3 Casey Short                90  0   0  0  0                
F    6 Jessica Price              42  0   0  0  1                
MF   7 Dagny Brynjarsdottir       86  2   1  1  0                
MF  11 Isabella Schmid            90  1   0  0  0                
MF  12 Dria Hampton               90  1   0  0  0                
D   13 Kristin Grubka             90  2   1  0  1                
F   14 Tiffany McCarty            76  3   1  0  1                
D   15 Tiana Brockway             90  0   0  0  0                
MF  20 Nora Kervroedan            54  2   1  1  0                
       ---Substitutes---
     4 Jamia Fields               44  5   3  0  0                
     8 Michaela Hahn              14  0   0  0  0                
    16 Carson Pickett             40  4   2  0  0                
    18 Hikaru Murakami             4  0   0  0  0                
                          =======================================
11     FSU                        90 22  11  3  3        1       
       Opp                        90 10   5  2  0                

 
       Goalie             Minutes GA Saves W L T SO
========================= ======= == ===== = = = ==
Kelsey Wys                  90:00  2    3  1       
                          =========================
FSU                         90:00  2    3  1       
Opp                         90:00  3    7    1     
 
Scoring Summary
Goal  Time  Team Goal Scorer               Assists                   Description
==== ====== ==== ========================= ========================= =========================
  1.   5:10 Opp  Opponent                                                                                                                       
  2.   6:32 Opp  Opponent                                                                                                                       
  3.  13:13 FSU  Dagny Brynjarsdottir      Tiffany McCarty                                                                                      
  4.  61:22 FSU  Nora Kervroedan           Kristin Grubka                                                                                       
  5.  86:08 FSU  Ines Jaurena              Jessica Price                                                                                        


  1 2 Total
FLORIDA STATE
1
2
3
MINNESOTA
2
0
2

FLORIDA STATE 1, CENTRAL FLORIDA 0
08/24/2012, ORLANDO, FL

From the FSU Website, seminoles.com.

No. 3 FSU Downs No. 9 UCF, 1-0.

Dagny Brynjarsdottir scores the lone goal and Kelsey Wys makes four saves in the win.

ORLANDO, FL - A first half goal by Dagny Brynjarsdottir was the difference Friday night in Orlando as No. 3 Florida State (2-0-0) finished off a tough early road swing with a hard fought 1-0 victory over No. 9 UCF (2-1-0) inside the UCF Soccer Complex.

The win for Florida State was its first at UCF since 2005, while it marked the fifth victory in the last seven meetings against the Knights.

"To go on the road, play three very good opponents and come away with the results we did is pretty good," said head coach Mark Krikorian. "We obviously have room for growth and improvement, but the good news is that we are going to get better. We are going to get better and better and better, but to get the results on the road to start the season is very positive."

Despite outshooting the Knights 12-6 on Friday night, the Seminoles managed just one shot on goal, a header by Brynjarsdottir in the 26th minute that proved to be the game-winner.

"The match wasn't beautiful, but we did what we had to do to get the victory," said Brynjarsdottir.

The only goal in the match came off a throw-in from Jessica Price. The senior forward's throw went inside the middle of the 18-yard box where Brynjarsdottir timed her run beautifully with a great header inside the crossbar for her second goal of the season. The assist for Price was her second of the season and 27th of her career.

"The throw by Jess went a little longer than she intended," added Brynjarsdottir. "I took a run to the near post and was able to finish it off with a header."

Kelsey Wys played all 90 minutes between the posts to collect her first shutout of the season and 21st of her career. The junior goalkeeper made four saves Friday night including a great tip save in the 82nd minute on a long-range shot from UCF's Kristina Trujic to preserve the shutout. Wys is just one shutout away from becoming the school's all-time leader in that category.

"Kelsey Wys had a tremendous game for us," added Krikorian. "She had good positioning and made some great saves tonight."

Brynjarsdottir and Tiffany McCarty each registered three shots to lead all players Friday night.

UCF had the first scoring chance of the evening in the eighth minute when Nicolette Radovcic took a pass to the end line and made a nice move to avoid a Seminole defender. After a couple dribbles along the end line, Radovcic tried to curve a shot to the far post, but Wys was there for the save to keep the game deadlocked at zero.

FSU freshman Isabella Schmid registered her first collegiate shot in the 11th minute as her shot went wide of the left post off a cross from McCarty.

The Seminoles would take the one-goal lead into the half as Florida State held the advantage in shots at 6-3 while both teams attempted two corners. Michaela Hahn and Brynjarsdottir led FSU with two shots each after the first 45 minutes of play.

A Florida State corner in the second half led to a great scoring opportunity for the Seminoles in the 66th minute as Carson Pickett sent a bending corner inside the box that McCarty ran in on and flicked a header on goal. The ball was headed toward the back of the net, but a UCF defender was there on the far post to keep the ball out of the goal.

McCarty drew iron in the 72nd minute as her blast from 22 yards out caromed off the crossbar and was cleared by a Knight defender.

Moments later McCarty and Casey Short teamed up for a great give-and-go that led to Short firing a shot wide of the right post.

In the 77th minute, Hikaru Murakami sent a beautiful cross to Jamia Fields, who one-timed a header high over the crossbar.

Wys made two saves in the final eight minutes including a huge save in the 82nd minute on the long range shot from Trujic. Trujic ripped a shot from 35 yards out that the Seminole keeper tipped over the crossbar. The deflection led to a pair of Knight corner kicks as the second led to another scoring chance for UCF. But the shot by Ashley Nicol was easily saved by Wys.

The Seminoles controlled possession for the final five minutes to capture their second consecutive one-goal victory to start the season.

"Tonight was a crazy game," said Wys. "We did well to finish it out. It was great to have a game like this at the beginning of the season. We made some mistakes but learned from them over this tough three-game road test."

Editor's note - the second game against Marquette on August 19 was cancelled after 41 minutes and 34 seconds with FSU leading 3-0 because of lightning.

 
POS ##        NAME               MIN SH SOG  G  A YC RC GW PK ATT
=== == ========================= === == === == == == == == == ===
GK  19 Kelsey Wys                 90  0   0  0  0                
D    2 Ines Jaurena               90  0   0  0  0                
D    3 Casey Short                90  1   0  0  0                
F    6 Jessica Price              44  0   0  0  1                
MF   7 Dagny Brynjarsdottir       90  3   1  1  0        1       
MF  11 Isabella Schmid            90  1   0  0  0                
MF  12 Dria Hampton               60  0   0  0  0                
D   13 Kristin Grubka             90  0   0  0  0                
F   14 Tiffany McCarty            77  3   0  0  0                
D   15 Tiana Brockway             90  1   0  0  0                
MF  20 Nora Kervroedan            21  0   0  0  0                
       ---Substitutes---
     4 Jamia Fields               69  1   0  0  0                
     8 Michaela Hahn              13  2   0  0  0                
    16 Carson Pickett             46  0   0  0  0                
    18 Hikaru Murakami            30  0   0  0  0                
                          =======================================
11     FSU                        90 12   1  1  1        1       
       Opp                        90  6   4  0  0                

 
       Goalie             Minutes GA Saves W L T SO
========================= ======= == ===== = = = ==
Kelsey Wys                  90:00  0    4  1      1
                          =========================
FSU                         90:00  0    4  1      1
Opp                         90:00  1    0    1     
 
Scoring Summary
Goal  Time  Team Goal Scorer               Assists                   Description
==== ====== ==== ========================= ========================= =========================
  1.  25:22 FSU  Dagny Brynjarsdottir      Jessica Price             throw in, headed into center of net                                        


  1 2 Total
FLORIDA STATE
1
0
1
CENTRAL FLORIDA
0
0
0

FLORIDA STATE 1, FLORIDA 0
08/31/2012, TALLAHASSEE, FL

From the FSU Website, seminoles.com.

No. 1 FSU Blanks No. 22 Florida, 1-0.

The Seminoles capture their first win over the Gators at home since 2006.

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. - Sophomore Kristin Grubka accounted for the only goal Friday night as top ranked Florida State (3-0-0) blanked No. 22 Florida (1-2-1), 1-0, in front of a packed house of 2,243 - the second largest crowd in school history.

"I don't know if you could top the atmosphere here tonight; I was so thrilled that the crowd came out and supported our team against a very, very good Florida team," said head coach Mark Krikorian. "That was some high level soccer on display tonight. We felt good that we were able to score the goal, get the result and have the shutout as well."

"It's always a great feeling to get back here and get on our home field," said Kelsey Wys. "As you can see, we had a great crowd and it's awesome to have their support."

"It was unbelievable," added Grubka. "I love the home crowds; we always get a good turnout, and they're always behind us."

"We created some pretty good chances tonight," added Krikorian. "I thought during the first 25 or 30 minutes we had some chances to score a second or third goal. But the Florida group defended us well, and did quite good on the counter as well.

Grubka gave the Seminoles the early lead finding the back of the net off a throw-in from Jessica Price in the 10th minute of play. The Melbourne, Fla., native took the pass and flicked a header cross on goal from about 12 yards out that bounced once before finding the inside of the right post for her first goal of the season. Price was credited with the assist on the play, her third assist of the season, to move within two of tying Mami Yamaguchi atop the Seminole record books.

"It's always interesting when Jessica throws it in because it's such a long throw-in," said Grubka. "I'm always trying to get around the defenders that are on me. I flipped it, hoping it was going to the back post, and luckily I turned around, and the back post player hadn't kicked it out."

Both teams had their chances to find the back of the net Friday night but some fantastic goalkeeping on both sides kept the two offenses in check.

Kelsey Wys turned in her second straight shutout performance as she made five saves to become the all-time leader in shutouts at Florida State with 22. The shutout was her first against the Gators in three meetings.

"Kelsey was once again tremendous in goal for us tonight," said Krikorian. "She was reading the ball well and made some great saves to keep the Gators off the scoreboard."

Florida's Taylor Burke was equally impressive making four saves in 90 minutes of action. All four saves came after the Seminoles took the one-goal lead.

The win for Florida State Friday night was its first at home against the Gators since a 1-0 victory in 2006. It also marked the first time the home team successfully defended their home turf since Florida defeated FSU 2-1 in Gainesville. The Seminoles have now won the last two matches against Florida to tie their longest win streak in the series at two as their last two-game win streak over the Gators came in 2005 and 2006.

"We're going to have to do a better job of stopping their transition, and we have to be a little bit more disciplined, but it's an early season game against a very good opponent. That's why we play these games, so we can have some of your weaknesses exposed."

FSU wasted very little time putting the offensive pressure on the Gators as Price sent a header on goal off a corner kick in the seventh minute that was saved by a Florida defender on the near post.

After the Seminoles went on top with Grubka's eventual game-winner, FSU looked to add to its lead in the 18th minute off a Gator defensive miscue. The ball trickled out to some open space and with Casey Short running in on the play, the senior defender blasted a shot from 25 yards out forcing Burke into a diving save.

"I was the most impressed with the way we came out to play tonight," added Wys. "Every person on the team brought something with them, and we knew what it was going to take in order to be successful."

The Gators had a pair of good looks in the 22nd and 23rd minute, but Havana Solaun went wide on the first shot. The second shot came off the foot of Erika Tymrak as she tried to sneak a long range shot past Wys, but the Seminole keeper was there for the first of two first half saves.

Florida would attempt to tie the game right before the half but Wys would have nothing of it making a tremendous leaping save on a blast from about 35 yards out off the foot of Adriana Leon. The ball was headed toward the upper left corner of the goal as Wys snatched the ball with her outstretched arms for the save.

Florida State went into the locker room with the edge in shots (8-5) and corners (4-1), while Price paced the Seminoles with two shots.

In a span of 45 seconds in the second half, Florida State had two great looks on goal but Burke made two outstanding saves to keep the Seminole lead at 1-0. Tiffany McCarty attempted the first shot off a pass from Dagny Brynjarsdottir in the 66th minute, but the senior's shot from 18 yards was tipped out of play by Burke.

On the ensuing corner kick, freshman Carson Pickett sent a bending shot on goal toward the far post, but Burke was there to keep the ball out of the net with a punch save to her right.

Wys returned the favor with a great save of her own in the 72nd minute when Tymrak slipped a pass to Solaun, who found herself one-on-one with the Seminole keeper. Solaun tried to beat Wys with a shot to the far post, but the Coral Springs, Fla., native came through with an outstanding diving save to keep the Seminole lead intact.

Less than two minutes later, FSU's Isabella Schmid forced Burke into another save situation as her shot from 25 yards out was tipped over the crossbar.

The Gators would make one final push to find the equalizer in the last 10 minutes of regulation but Wys made a pair of saves on back-to-back shots by Mckenzie Barney. In the 88th minute, Solaun took a pass from Tymrak and tried to beat Wys with a cross into the upper right corner but she sailed the shot high and out of play.

Florida State outshot Florida, 14-12, while maintaining the edge in corners at 7-4. Schmid led the Seminoles with three shots Friday night.

 
POS ##        NAME               MIN SH SOG  G  A YC RC GW PK ATT
=== == ========================= === == === == == == == == == ===
GK  19 Kelsey Wys                 90  0   0  0  0                
D    2 Ines Jaurena               90  0   0  0  0                
D    3 Casey Short                90  1   1  0  0                
MF   4 Jamia Fields               74  2   0  0  0                
F    6 Jessica Price              52  2   1  0  1                
MF   7 Dagny Brynjarsdottir       90  1   0  0  0                
MF  11 Isabella Schmid            88  3   1  0  0                
MF  12 Dria Hampton               69  0   0  0  0                
D   13 Kristin Grubka             90  1   1  1  0                
F   14 Tiffany McCarty            79  2   1  0  0                
D   15 Tiana Brockway             90  0   0  0  0                
       ---Substitutes---
     8 Michaela Hahn              11  0   0  0  0                
    16 Carson Pickett             38  2   1  0  0                
    17 Kahlia Hogg                21  0   0  0  0                
    18 Hikaru Murakami             2  0   0  0  0                
    20 Nora Kervroedan            16  0   0  0  0                
                          =======================================
11     FSU                        90 14   6  1  1                
       Opp                        90 12   5  0  0                

 
       Goalie             Minutes GA Saves W L T SO
========================= ======= == ===== = = = ==
Kelsey Wys                  90:00  0    5  1      1
                          =========================
FSU                         90:00  0    5  1      1
Opp                         90:00  1    4    1     
 
Scoring Summary
Goal  Time  Team Goal Scorer               Assists                   Description
==== ====== ==== ========================= ========================= =========================
  1.   9:23 FSU  Kristin Grubka            Jessica Price             Header inside far post                                                     


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FLORIDA
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FLORIDA STATE
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FLORIDA STATE 4, COLL OF CHARLESTON 0
09/02/2012, TALLAHASSEE, FL

From the FSU Website, seminoles.com.

Noles Roll Past College of Charleston.

Tiffany McCarty scores two goals in the win for her 10th career multi-goal game.

TALLAHASSEE, FL - Top ranked Florida State (4-0-0) posted its third consecutive shutout of the season with a 4-0 victory over the College of Charleston (1-3-0) on a hot and steamy Sunday afternoon inside the Seminole Soccer Complex.

Three different Seminoles scored in the win including redshirt senior Tiffany McCarty who netted her first two goals of the season in a span of one minute and 17 seconds in the second half to break open a one-goal advantage. It marked McCarty's 10th career multi-goal game to put her atop the Florida State record books in that category.

Sophomore Kristin Grubka scored for the second straight game as she broke a scoreless tie late in the first half finding the back of the net on a header off a corner kick. Tiana Brockway send a bending kick toward the far post where Grubka came flying inside the six-yard box connecting on a header into the lower right corner for her a second goal of the season. The goal would stand as the eventual game-winner for the Melbourne, Fla., native, her second in as many games.

"With Grubka, she has proven to be a very good weapon on all set pieces," said head coach Mark Krikorian. "She performed very well on the weekend"

"We have a lot of chances on corners," said Grubka. "I was getting frustrated with not being able to get my head on it, but then finally Tiana and I were able to connect on one."

Freshman Michaela Hahn would account for the final goal of the afternoon in the 84th minute running in on a pass from Nora Kervroedan and finding the back of the net with a low lining blast from about 14 yards out for her first collegiate goal.

"Our kids were much sharper in the second half than they were in the first half," added Krikorian. "I also think the College of Charleston kids were a bit fatigued. They did a lot of running and worked hard in the first half in their defending to slow us down. In the second half, those gaps opened up a little bit more and we were able to play a little bit better. We were able to capitalize on a few more chances."

Kelsey Wys and Taylor Vancil combined for the shutout on Sunday as both Seminole keepers came through with a save.

"I don't think we came out as sharp as I hoped we would have come out, but part of that was also College of Charleston, they had a very good game plan and were very organized," said Krikorian. "We had a couple of chances early and did not put them in, but overall how can you be disappointed. We picked up two wins on the weekend, two shutouts and scoring on set pieces and during the run of play."

The College of Charleston registered the game's first scoring chance in the sixth minute when Nicole Koretsky forced Wys into a diving save from down near the end line.

Florida State's first scoring opportunity came in the 21st minute when Brockway sent a long pass across the field to Carson Pickett on the left side, who fired a cross to the far post where McCarty one-timed a shot just wide right.

Seconds later Pickett and McCarty teamed up on a give-and-go inside the Seminoles' offensive third resulting in a shot by McCarty that sailed high and out of play.

In the 26th minute, McCarty got behind the Cougar defense and made a run toward the goal but College of Charleston keeper Taylor Avery broke up the play with tackle from 15 yards out. The loose ball went to the feet of Dagny Brynjarsdottir, who fired a shot on goal, but a Cougar defender was there on the line for the save.

After Grubka gave the Seminoles a 1-0 lead in the 42nd minute, the Seminoles tried to add to their lead in the waning seconds of the first half when Jamia Fields sent a cross inside the 18-yard box to Brynjarsdottir. The Icelandic midfielder beat a Cougar defender to the ball and one-timed a shot just wide of the right post.

Florida State broke up the game with a pair of goals by McCarty in a span of one minute and 17 seconds in the second half. The first goal came off an assist from Brynjarsdottir as McCarty made a nice move to her right to get around the Cougar keeper and blast a shot into the lower left corner to give the Seminoles a 2-0 lead.

"I was really excited," said McCarty on scoring her first two goals of the season. "As a forward, it is always great to score your first goal of the season. Plus, I was just excited that we were playing well."

"I think she was as excited about it as all the rest of us," added Krikorian. "The can is now open for her; hopefully she will keep dipping into and putting the ball into the back of the net."

Moments later, Fields lofted a pass into the box where McCarty headed the ball past the outstretched arms of Avery for her second goal of the afternoon and a 3-0 FSU advantage.

Grubka came within inches of recording her first career multi-goal game in the 70th minute as her header shot off a throw-in from Price was tipped over the crossbar by Avery.

Less than four minutes later, Marta Bakowska-Mathews sent a shot wide of the right post from 20 yards out following a College of Charleston defensive miscue.

Hahn would cap the scoring in the 84th minute with her first goal of the season on a great pass from Kervroedan.

Vancil, who made her first appearance of the season in the 59th minute, preserved the shutout with 83:30 on the clock as she made a fantastic diving save off a shot by McCallie Jones following a one-on-one situation.

"Overall, our collective defending was good," said Krikorian. "Kelsey and Taylor were as solid as can be. Taylor had to make a good save there at the end to preserve the shutout. It was a good solid performance on a Sunday after a hard fought game on Friday."

McCarty led all players with five shots, while Fields recorded four. Freshman Kahlia Hogg, making her first collegiate start on Sunday finished with three shots.

The Seminoles received a solid effort from the bench as Fields, Brynjarsdottir, Hahn, Pickett, Hikaru Murakami and Bakowska-Mathews all played over 32 minutes on Sunday. Freshmen Nicole Fischer and Rylee Hart also made their collegiate debut in the win over the Cougars.

Florida State finished the match with a 26-3 advantage in shots, while maintaining the edge in corner kicks at 8-1.

"Playing two games in three days and getting two wins is always good," added McCarty. "But now we have to move on and get ready for Cal State Fullerton."

 
POS ##        NAME               MIN SH SOG  G  A YC RC GW PK ATT
=== == ========================= === == === == == == == == == ===
GK  19 Kelsey Wys                 58  0   0  0  0                
D    2 Ines Jaurena               90  1   0  0  0                
D    3 Casey Short                90  3   0  0  0                
F    6 Jessica Price              32  0   0  0  0                
MF  11 Isabella Schmid            76  1   0  0  0                
MF  12 Dria Hampton               44  0   0  0  0                
D   13 Kristin Grubka             90  3   2  1  0        1       
F   14 Tiffany McCarty            52  5   2  2  0                
D   15 Tiana Brockway             90  0   0  0  1                
MF  17 Kahlia Hogg                38  3   0  0  0                
MF  20 Nora Kervroedan            50  0   0  0  1                
       ---Substitutes---
     1 Taylor Vancil              32  0   0  0  0                
     4 Jamia Fields               40  4   2  0  1                
     7 Dagny Brynjarsdottir       38  3   2  0  1                
     8 Michaela Hahn              42  1   1  1  0                
    16 Carson Pickett             42  0   0  0  0                
    18 Hikaru Murakami            38  1   0  0  0                
    21 Marta Bakowska-Mathews     32  1   0  0  0                
    24 Nicole Fischer              8  0   0  0  0                
    27 Rylee Hart                  8  0   0  0  0                
                          =======================================
11     FSU                        90 26   9  4  4        1       
       Opp                        90  3   2  0  0                

 
       Goalie             Minutes GA Saves W L T SO
========================= ======= == ===== = = = ==
Kelsey Wys                  58:08  0    1  1       
Taylor Vancil               31:52  0    1          
Team                         0:00                 1
                          =========================
FSU                         90:00  0    2  1      1
Opp                         90:00  4    4    1     
 
Scoring Summary
Goal  Time  Team Goal Scorer               Assists                   Description
==== ====== ==== ========================= ========================= =========================
  1.  41:58 FSU  Kristin Grubka            Tiana Brockway            header off of corner kick                                                  
  2.  55:29 FSU  Tiffany McCarty           Dagny Brynjarsdottir      pass from 7 at the top of the 18 score from 14                             
  3.  56:46 FSU  Tiffany McCarty           Jamia Fields              header off a cross from 4                                                  
  4.  83:07 FSU  Michaela Hahn             Nora Kervroedan           pass from 20 up the middle, shot by 8 just past the 18 for a goal          


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COLL OF CHARLESTON
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FLORIDA STATE
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FLORIDA STATE 2, CAL ST-FULLERTON 1
09/07/2012, TALLAHASSEE, FL

From the FSU Website, seminoles.com.

No. 1 FSU Holds Off Cal State Fullerton.

Freshman Nora Kervroedan notched her first career game-winner in the 24th minute.

TALLAHASSEE, FL - Top-ranked Florida State (5-0-0) registered first half goals from Jessica Price and Nora Kervroedan and held off a pesky Cal State Fullerton squad (1-5-0) to remain undefeated on the season with a 2-1 victory Friday night in front of a crowd of 1,123 inside the Seminole Soccer Complex.

With the win, the Seminoles ran their home winning streak to seven in a row dating back to last year, while improving to 3-0 against first time opponents in 2012.

"I said to our players before the game that Fullerton was the best 1-4 team in the country and they sure proved it tonight," said head coach Mark Krikorian. "They gave us everything that we could handle. Our kids fought hard, battled hard and created enough chances but weren't good enough to finish those chances in the penalty box. We have to be better in the box and if we can do that maybe the game comes a little easier for us."

"We were expecting them to come in and fight hard and that is exactly what they did tonight," said Price.

Florida State wasted very little time cracking the scoreboard Friday night as Price bent a shot from the left corner of the 18-yard box inside the right post for her first goal of the season in the third minute of play. The goal was set up by Price, who gained possession of the ball in the Seminoles' offensive third on a header off a defensive clear. The ball went to Tiffany McCarty who sent a through pass to Jamia Fields. Fields settled the ball and then sent a cross to Dagny Brynjarsdottir, who laid it off for Price for the finish. Fields and Brynjarsdottir were credited with an assist on the play.

"We had some good build-up; Jamia passed the ball to Dagny and I told Dagny to lay it off for me and she did," added Price. "She laid it off great and I just tried to bend it and fortunately it went in."

In the ninth minute, Casey Short ripped a shot from about 20 yards out that was initially saved by Fullerton keeper Lindsey Maricic. McCarty made a run at the loose ball off the save, but Maricic recovered in time and scooped up the ball to end the threat.

Less than three minutes later, the Titans would draw even at 1-1 as Ann Marie Tangorra found the back of the net for her second goal of the season. Off a Seminole turnover in Cal State Fullerton's side of the field, Erica Mazeau slipped a pass to Tangorra, who ran in on the ball, took two dribbles and fired a shot inside the left post for the goal.

The goal was the first allowed by the Seminoles since the season opener at Minnesota bringing to a close the consecutive shutout streak at just over 375 minutes of action.

The Seminoles would look to take advantage of a Cal State Fullerton foul just outside the 18-yard box in the 15th minute, but the direct free kick taken by Isabella Schmid caromed off the crossbar and went out of play.

FSU regained the lead in the 24th minute when Kervroedan blasted a shot inside the left post following a great passing combination by Brynjarsdottir and McCarty. The goal would eventually go down as the game-winner for the French native - the first of her young college career.

"I saw the ball getting on Tiffany and I think she saw me out of the corner of her eye," said Kervroedan. "I had the goal open and was able to find the back of the net."

Brynjarsdottir would finish the match with a career-high two assists becoming the first Seminole to record a multi-assist game this season.

"Both goals tonight were pretty good," said Krikorian. "Nora once again showed her quality around the box and had a good finish. I thought Jamia was a little unlucky as she hit one off the post and wide, Grubka hit one off the crossbar and Ines' follow-up just missed. The goals themselves were nice but I thought the passing and build-up was pretty good in a lot of segments of tonight's game."

The Seminoles went into the locker room with a 10-1 advantage in shots, while both teams attempted just one corner kick.

McCarty registered the first two great scoring opportunities in the second half all in a matter of 45 seconds. The first came off a pass from Dria Hampton that McCarty one-timed just wide of the right post. The second came when McCarty split the Titan defense and fired a low liner that again went wide of the right post.

Grubka was denied her third goal in as many games in the 64th minute when she blasted a shot off the crossbar from about 22 yards out. The ricochet went right to Ines Jaurena, who one-timed a header wide of the right post.

FSU's Kelsey Wys came through with the first of her three saves on the evening in the 67th minute on a dangerous shot by Mazeau. The Titan midfielder ripped a shot from just outside the 18-yard box that Wys tipped over the crossbar for the save.

The final two saves came in the last five minutes of regulation as the Seminole keeper thwarted away chances from Rebecca Wilson and JeAnne Mazeau.

Florida State finished the match with a 16-5 advantage in shots, while the Titans held the edge in corner kicks at 2-1.

"It was quite a good game," added Kervroedan. "We made it a little harder on ourselves toward the end, but we did a good job to hold on for the victory."

"I'm content that we are doing the right things," added Krikorian. "We are getting better each time we come out and play. Sunday's match against Arkansas is going to be a tough match for us."

 
POS ##        NAME               MIN SH SOG  G  A YC RC GW PK ATT
=== == ========================= === == === == == == == == == ===
GK  19 Kelsey Wys                 90  0   0  0  0                
D    2 Ines Jaurena               90  1   0  0  0                
D    3 Casey Short                90  2   2  0  0                
MF   4 Jamia Fields               54  3   1  0  1                
MF   6 Jessica Price              46  1   1  1  0                
MF   7 Dagny Brynjarsdottir       90  2   2  0  2                
MF  11 Isabella Schmid            90  1   0  0  0                
MF  12 Dria Hampton               74  0   0  0  0                
D   13 Kristin Grubka             90  1   0  0  0                
F   14 Tiffany McCarty            81  3   0  0  1                
D   15 Tiana Brockway             90  1   0  0  0                
       ---Substitutes---
     8 Michaela Hahn               9  0   0  0  0                
    16 Carson Pickett             40  0   0  0  0                
    18 Hikaru Murakami            16  0   0  0  0                
    20 Nora Kervroedan            40  1   1  1  0        1       
                          =======================================
11     FSU                        90 16   7  2  4        1       
       Opp                        90  5   4  1  1  1             

 
       Goalie             Minutes GA Saves W L T SO
========================= ======= == ===== = = = ==
Kelsey Wys                  90:00  1    3  1       
                          =========================
FSU                         90:00  1    3  1       
Opp                         90:00  2    5    1     
 
Scoring Summary
Goal  Time  Team Goal Scorer               Assists                   Description
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  1.   2:55 FSU  Jessica Price             Dagny Brynjarsdottir      cross from the right side to the left across the 18                        
                                           Jamia Fields
  2.  11:22 Opp  Opponent                  Opponent                  turnover in the middle lead to a pass and a goal                           
  3.  23:16 FSU  Nora Kervroedan           Dagny Brynjarsdottir      header from 7 to 14 and 20 on the shot outside of the six right            
                                           Tiffany McCarty


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CAL ST-FULLERTON
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FLORIDA STATE 1, ARKANSAS 0
09/09/2012, FAYETTEVILLE, AR

From the FSU Website, seminoles.com.

McCarty's Goal Leads No. 1 FSU Past Arkansas.

Head coach Mark Krikorian registered his 300th career victory at the college level with the win on Sunday.

FAYETTEVILLE, AR - A goal by Tiffany McCarty in the 17th minute was the difference Sunday afternoon as top-ranked Florida State (6-0-0) remained undefeated on the year with a 1-0 victory over Arkansas (3-3-0) in front of a packed crowd of 1,036 inside Razorback Field.

It marked the second straight 1-0 victory for the Seminoles over the Razorbacks as FSU won the first meeting in the series by the same margin in 2010 when Tori Huster scored the golden goal just 19 seconds into the first overtime period.

"Our kids battled hard for 90 minutes," said head coach Mark Krikorian. "Again, we weren't quite good in and around the goal. Our decision making in the final third has to be cleaner and a little smarter in the penalty box.

"It was a long trip and we had a hard game on Friday night. Arkansas was very well prepared and very well coached. Anytime you can go on the road and win, you have to take some positive feelings out of the trip."

With the win, Florida State improved to 5-0-0 in one-goal games and 2-0-0 against the SEC this year.

"It was a hard fought game," said McCarty. "It was back and forth especially in the second half as both teams had their chances, but we were able to finish ours to come away with the victory."

McCarty was credited with the eventual game-winner early in the first half as she put forth a great effort in the six-yard box following a nice pass from Jamia Fields. McCarty grabbed the pass from Fields down near the end line on the right side of the pitch. After avoiding a Razorback defender, Arkansas keeper Kelly Roliard tried to slide in to break up the play but did not get enough of the ball with her feet as McCarty dribbled around her and scored into the empty net to give FSU the one-goal advantage.

"I kind of made a wide run, saw Jamia and made some eye contact," added McCarty. "She played the ball into the seam. I saw the defender coming, so I decided to cut the ball back and was able to finish the play. It was a good pass by Jamia as she beat three people with the pass."

The goal for the Laurel, Md., native was her third of the season and 10th career game-winner. The assist for Fields was her third in 2012.

The Seminoles put a lot of pressure on the Razorbacks for a majority of the contest finishing the match with 19 shots including six on goal. Fields led all players on Sunday with four shots including two on frame in 72 minutes of action.

The Florida State defense did a nice job of limiting Arkansas to a few offensive chances as the backline of Ines Jaurena, Kristin Grubka, Tiana Brockway and Carson Pickett, who made her first collegiate start on Sunday, held the Razorbacks to just two shots on goal.

Arkansas finished the match with eight shots but only two were on goal as both were saved by Kelsey Wys. Wys played all 90 minutes in goal to post her third shutout of the season and improve to 6-0-0 on the year.

"We didn't give up a whole lot of chances today," added Krikorian. "We had a feeling going into the game that one of their methods of scoring would come through counter attacks. We knew they had some kids up front that were pretty quick. It kind of played out as we expected with some balls behind the backline and then some opportunities on their part to use their pace to get behind, but Kelsey was once again in very good position and handled the things she needed to. I thought overall the backline did a nice job today."

The victory against the Razorbacks was also significant for Krikorian as it marked the 300th of his college coaching career. Krikorian, who is in his 19th season as a college coach and eighth season at the helm of the Florida State program, sits with a career college record of 300-84-20.

"Certainly, this milestone speaks to the quality of the players that I have coached during my career and my longevity as well," said Krikorian. "When you work hard at something you want to be successful, but I don't think a lot of coaches are measuring their successes by the number of wins they have. Three hundred wins are a lot of wins and I am certainly thankful for having had the opportunity to coach a lot of good players and to work with a lot of good coaches on my staffs along the way."

Florida State's Isabella Schmid registered the first shot of the game in the fourth minute as she fired a shot just over the crossbar from about 22 yards outs. Dagny Brynjarsdottir followed with a shot just wide of the left post over a minute later.

Arkansas' first good look of the first half came in the 25th minute off a long range shot from Teni Butler but Wys was there for the save on the left post. The shot came from about 35 yards out off a Seminole defensive clear following a Razorback throw-in.

Less than two minutes later, Arkansas' Allie Chandler tried to bend a shot into the far post from the left side of the field. Wys made a nice diving stab on the ball and was able to maintain possession as she fell to the ground.

In the 29th minute, Jaurena made a great effort to get in on a direct free kick from Brockway. She ran in behind the wall and flicked a header shot on goal from four yards out that was saved by Roliard.

The Seminoles controlled the offensive flow for a majority of the first half and went into the locker room with a 9-3 advantage in shots, while both teams attempted one corner. Schmid led all players as she attempted three shots in the first 45 minutes of action.

A shaky start to open the second half for Florida State almost cost them the lead but Arkansas missed on two golden opportunities. The first came off a corner kick as Lindsey Mayo one-timed a header wide of the left post. The second came off a defensive miscue inside the penalty box but Wys came out to cut off the angle and break up the play forcing a shot by Chandler wide of the right post.

Arkansas' Roliard made two nice saves to keep the deficit at one on shots by Jessica Price and Fields in a span of four minutes early in the second half.

The Seminoles drew a direct free kick from just outside the 18-yard box in the 67th minute, but the design play ended with Brockway slipping a shot just wide of the right post.

Arkansas answered right back 41 seconds later as Alex Starrett got in behind the Seminole defense and fired a shot wide of the far post and out of play.

Hikaru Murakami was denied her first career goal with seven minutes left in regulation as an Arkansas defender made a great save off the line. Price made a spectacular play down on the end line to keep the ball in play. After a few nice moves to avoid a defender, Price sent a low cross into the box that Murakami one-timed on goal but the shot was saved.

Florida State kept the Razorbacks at bay for a remainder of the game as the last two shots attempted by Arkansas were no harm on goal. The last threat for Arkansas came in the 89th minute when the Razorbacks won a corner and the header off the corner by Allie Tripp went well wide of the left post.

 
POS ##        NAME               MIN SH SOG  G  A YC RC GW PK ATT
=== == ========================= === == === == == == == == == ===
GK  19 Kelsey Wys                 90  0   0  0  0                
D    2 Ines Jaurena               90  1   1  0  0                
MF   4 Jamia Fields               72  4   2  0  1                
F    6 Jessica Price              42  1   1  0  0                
MF   7 Dagny Brynjarsdottir       90  2   0  0  0                
MF  11 Isabella Schmid            40  3   0  0  0                
MF  12 Dria Hampton               63  0   0  0  0                
D   13 Kristin Grubka             90  0   0  0  0                
F   14 Tiffany McCarty            83  2   2  1  0        1       
D   15 Tiana Brockway             90  1   0  0  0                
D   16 Carson Pickett             90  0   0  0  0                
       ---Substitutes---
     8 Michaela Hahn              30  3   0  0  0                
    17 Kahlia Hogg                 5  0   0  0  0                
    18 Hikaru Murakami            38  1   1  0  0                
    20 Nora Kervroedan            60  1   0  0  0                
    21 Marta Bakowska-Mathews     18  0   0  0  0                
                          =======================================
11     FSU                        90 19   7  1  1        1       
       Opp                        90  8   2  0  0                

 
       Goalie             Minutes GA Saves W L T SO
========================= ======= == ===== = = = ==
Kelsey Wys                  90:00  0    2  1      1
                          =========================
FSU                         90:00  0    2  1      1
Opp                         90:00  1    5    1     
 
Scoring Summary
Goal  Time  Team Goal Scorer               Assists                   Description
==== ====== ==== ========================= ========================= =========================
  1.  16:11 FSU  Tiffany McCarty           Jamia Fields                                                                                         


  1 2 Total
FLORIDA STATE
1
0
1
ARKANSAS
0
0
0

FLORIDA STATE 1, DUKE 0
09/13/2012, TALLAHASSEE, FL

From the FSU Website, seminoles.com.

No. 1 FSU Blanks No. 2 Duke.

A first half goal by Jamia Fields holds up as the Seminoles remain undefeated on the year.

TALLAHASSEE, FL - One goal was all that was needed Thursday night as top-ranked Florida State (7-0-0, 1-0-0 ACC) blanked No. 2 Duke (6-2-0, 0-1-0 ACC), 1-0, in front of a capacity crowd of 2,300 inside the Seminole Soccer Complex to remain undefeated on the year.

"That was one heck of a game," said head coach Mark Krikorian. "Again, another team came in here, fought us as hard as we could deal with and I thought our kids were resilient and fought hard.

"We scored a heck of a goal by Jamia Fields, bending the ball into the upper corner. Overall, I thought our performance was solid. We will get better. I know that right now we are regarded pretty highly but we still have a huge upside and we are just going to continue to get better."

Sophomore Jamia Fields scored the lone goal of the match in the 24th minute blasting a left-footed shot from the top of the 18-yard box into the upper left corner for her first goal of the season. The eventual game-winner by Fields was created off a cross from freshman Carson Pickett that landed inside the six-yard box. The ball was deflected out to Fields, who one-timed the shot into the back of the net to give the Seminoles a 1-0 lead. Pickett was credited with the assist on the play for her first career point.

"That is a top quality goal," added Krikorian. "She took it very well. No goalkeeper in the nation saves that one."

"I saw the ball bouncing around and I knew if it came out that I could shoot it as hard as I can because there was a big crowd at the top of the six," said Fields. "The ball came out and I shot it toward the left corner and it went in.

The lead would stand true as a result of another solid outing in goal by Florida State keeper Kelsey Wys and a great effort by the Seminole backline of Ines Jaurena, Tiana Brockway, Kassey Kallman and Casey Short who held the Blue Devils, the highest scoring team in the nation, without a goal for the first time this season and to just five shots on goal.

Wys made four saves, one in the first 45 minutes and three more in the second half, to register her fourth shutout of the season. Duke keeper Tara Campbell suffered the loss as she fell to 6-2-0 on the year after posting five saves in 90 minutes of action.

"Duke is a darn good team," added Krikorian. "They are going to win a lot of games in this conference and we are as well."

With the win Thursday night, Florida State evened the all-time series with Duke at 8-8-4, while the Seminoles continued their dominance over the Blue Devils at home winning for the sixth straight time in Tallahassee. FSU also improved to 7-11-0 all-time in ACC openers and 5-7-0 when opening at home.

"That was an exciting game with the two top teams in the nation," said Fields. "We came out tonight trying to keep the ball and play the way we play. We knew we could win if we played our style of soccer."

At 7-0-0, Florida State tied the school record for its best start in school history, a mark originally set during Krikorian's first season in 2005.

"It feels great," added Fields on the team's perfect start. "But we don't look at it as though we haven't lost yet, we aren't getting too excited about it. We are taking one game at a time."

Duke outshot Florida State 19-14 for the game but only five of those shots were on goal. The Blue Devils first scoring threat came off a corner kick in the 29th minute. Gilda Doria sent a ball toward the top of the 18-yard box where Cassie Pecht one-timed a low liner toward the far post but Nora Kervroedan was there on the post for the team save. The ball went out to Mollie Pathman, who immediately fired a shot on goal, but Wys was there for the save.

Michaela Hahn just missed out on her second goal of the season as her header off a cross from Pickett in the 39th minute was saved on the far post by Campbell.

Both teams exchanged shots through the first 24 minutes of the second half before Florida State created the first real scoring threat in the 70th minute. Fields sent a long ball to Tiffany McCarty running down the middle of the field. The senior forward made a nice move to get around one defender but her shot from 16 yards out was blocked away by another Duke defender sliding in from her right.

Down in Florida State's defensive third, freshman Isabella Schmid put together a nice individual effort to evade two Blue Devils and find a wide open Short with plenty of free green space ahead of her. Short took a couple of dribbles before sending a long ball to McCarty, who made a nice cut to her right then back to her left before sending a low liner on goal. Campbell was there with a nice diving save to her right to keep the Florida State lead at 1-0.

Less than three minutes later, Natasha Anasi was called for a foul just outside the 18-yard box after tripping McCarty. Schmid took the free kick and clanked the ball off the right post denying the German native of her first collegiate goal.

Duke pushed its numbers forward in the final eight minutes trying to find the equalizer and force overtime, but Wys was a stalwart making two saves on a shot by Kim DeCesare and Laura Weinberg to preserve the victory. Weinberg finished the match with a game-high five shots.

McCarty led the Seminoles with four shots, while Kristin Grubka tallied three in 90 minutes.

Kallman was in the Seminole starting line-up for the first time this season as the junior defender returned from Japan after capturing a gold medal with the U.S. U-20 Women's National Team at the 2012 FIFA World Cup last Saturday.

Thursday night's crowd of 2,300 was the second largest crowd in school history and the largest crowd to witness an ACC match. It marked the second time this year that a crowd of over 2,200 was on hand to watch the top-ranked Seminoles in action at home.

"The crowd was fantastic," said Krikorian. "The folks here in Tallahassee sure came out to support us tonight just like they did a couple weeks ago against Florida. Come on out on Sunday folks, we sure could use it as you all give us great home field advantage."

 
POS ##        NAME               MIN SH SOG  G  A YC RC GW PK ATT
=== == ========================= === == === == == == == == == ===
GK  19 Kelsey Wys                 90  0   0  0  0                
D    2 Ines Jaurena               90  1   0  0  0                
D    3 Casey Short                90  0   0  0  0                
MF   4 Jamia Fields               80  1   1  1  0  1     1       
F    6 Jessica Price              43  1   1  0  0                
D    9 Kassey Kallman             90  0   0  0  0                
MF  11 Isabella Schmid            90  2   1  0  0                
MF  12 Dria Hampton               41  0   0  0  0                
MF  13 Kristin Grubka             90  3   0  0  0                
F   14 Tiffany McCarty            84  4   2  0  0                
D   15 Tiana Brockway             90  0   0  0  0                
       ---Substitutes---
     8 Michaela Hahn              17  1   1  0  0                
    16 Carson Pickett             47  1   0  0  1                
    18 Hikaru Murakami            17  0   0  0  0                
    20 Nora Kervroedan            31  0   0  0  0  1             
                          =======================================
11     FSU                        90 14   6  1  1  2     1       
       Opp                        90 19   5  0  0  1             

 
       Goalie             Minutes GA Saves W L T SO
========================= ======= == ===== = = = ==
Kelsey Wys                  90:00  0    4  1      1
                          =========================
FSU                         90:00  0    4  1      1
Opp                         90:00  1    5    1     
 
Scoring Summary
Goal  Time  Team Goal Scorer               Assists                   Description
==== ====== ==== ========================= ========================= =========================
  1.  23:28 FSU  Jamia Fields              Carson Pickett            play around the 18 sent in by 16 deflected and shot by 4 for a goal        


  1 2 Total
DUKE
0
0
0
FLORIDA STATE
1
0
1

FLORIDA STATE 1, WAKE FOREST 0
09/16/2012, TALLAHASSEE, FL

From the FSU Website, seminoles.com.

No. 1 FSU Shuts Out No. 14 Wake Forest, 1-0.

The Seminoles set the school record for their best start in school history at 8-0-0.

TALLAHASSEE, FL - Top-ranked Florida State (8-0-0, 2-0-0 ACC) wrapped up its ACC opening weekend with a 1-0 shutout over No. 14 Wake Forest (7-2-1, 1-1-0 ACC) Sunday afternoon inside the Seminole Soccer Complex to remain undefeated on the year.

"This was a great weekend for us," said head coach Mark Krikorian after posting back-to-back 1-0 shutouts over No. 2 Duke and No. 14 Wake Forest. "The competition can't get much better than this; to be able to play a Thursday night match against Duke and get a 1-0 result and then to come back and duplicate that effort against Wake Forest is a great weekend."

Tiana Brockway scored the lone goal of the contest finding the back of the net in the 23rd minute for her first goal of the season. The scoring play began on a pass from Dria Hampton to Jessica Price running down the sideline on the left side of the pitch. Price worked around a defender and then sent a cross into the box where a charging Brockway had the ball deflect off her thigh and into the net just over the outstretched arms of Wake Forest keeper Aubrey Bledsoe.

"We knew we were going to have our chances so it was a matter of picking our moment and being patient," said Brockway. "The play started in the middle and then went out wide. JP handled it on the outside by beating her player and getting a good cross in. T-Mac (Tiffany McCarty) made a really hard run near post which opened me up (for the goal)."

The assist for Price was her team leading fourth of the season and 29th of her career moving her within one of the school record held by Mami Yamaguchi.

The Seminole defense once again turned in another stellar performance en route to posting their third straight shutout and sixth shutout of the season. Dating back to the 12th minute mark of the Cal State Fullerton match back on September 7, FSU has not allowed a goal in over 348 minutes of action.

"Once again, I thought our team defending was very, very good all over the field," added Krikorian. "We didn't give up a whole lot of chances today."

"The defense is making my job a lot easier and I am thankful for that," said Wys. "Communication is key part of that and having so much experience back there with Shorty, Kassey, Ines and Grubka, always helps."

Kelsey Wys recorded her fifth shutout of the season as she made four saves, while playing all 90 minutes between the posts.

"We had a game plan going into today's game and at the end of the day we all came out and did what we were supposed to do," added Wys. "We were all on the same page which helped minimize their chances."

"Our collective defending was very good today, so it helped out," said Brockway. "Plus it always helps to have Kelsey back there."

With the win on Sunday, Florida State set the school record for the best start in school history at 8-0-0 eclipsing the previous mark of 7-0-0 set in Krikorian's first season in 2005. The Seminoles also continued their dominance at home against the Deacs winning for the fifth straight time in Tallahassee.

"This weekend was a good test," said Wys. "It was a good way to open the season in ACC play. We have respect for every ACC team and I think it was a great test overall."

Florida State finished the game with the edge in both shots and corners as the Seminoles outshot the Demon Deacons 11-9, while taking 11 corners to Wake's seven.

"It was a pretty physical game but we knew that coming in," said Casey Short. "We really just stuck to our game plan and were able to come through with the shutout."

Ines Jaurena led the Seminoles in shots with three, while Alisha Woodson paced the Demon Deacons with three shots as well.

The first real scoring threat in the game came in the eighth minute following a Florida State throw-in by Price. The ball came to the feet of Tiffany McCarty, who ripped a shot that was blocked by the Demon Deacon defense. Jaurena corralled the rebound and blasted a shot that was also blocked.

In the 15th minute, Kristin Grubka sent a header off a corner on frame from about 10 yards but Bledsoe went over the top of McCarty to snare the ball and make the save.

Moments after the Seminoles took a 1-0 lead thanks to the goal by Brockway, Wys came through with a huge save to keep the lead intact. Jackie Logue slipped in behind the Seminole defense one-timing a shot toward the far post from 17 yards out. Wys made an outstanding diving save to her right deflecting the ball out of bounds. Wake could not convert on the ensuing corner as McCarty cleared the ball out of harm's way.

Wys made her second save of the first half in the 42nd minute following a direct free kick from inside the midfield line on Wake's side of the field. Kim Marshall sent the free kick into the 18-yard box where Annick McBryar flicked a header on goal, but the Seminole keeper was there for the save on the left post.

Florida State came out of the locker room on the attack and drew a foul just outside the 18-yard box in the 49th minute. Freshman Isabella Schmid took the free kick and sent the ball just high over the crossbar.

A team save by Wake Forest in the 52nd minute off a shot by McCarty kept the Seminole lead at 1-0. Jamia Fields slipped a pass into the box to McCarty, who made a nice move to get Bledsoe to dive to her left. With the Wake keeper on the ground, McCarty made one dribble toward the middle of the field and ripped a shot on goal but McBryar was there for the save one-timing the ball back up the field.

Woodson put together back-to-back header shots in just over two minutes for Wake Forest as her first went wide of the net in the 56th minute and her second was saved on the near post by Wys.

Jenai Davidson and Katie Stengel put together a nice passing play in the 72nd minute for a great scoring opportunity as Stengel got in behind the defense and made a long run. Casey Short did a nice job of closing ground on the play and keeping Stengel to the outside forcing a tough shot that Wys saved, deflecting the ball out of bounds.

The Seminoles looked to add to their lead in the 80th when McCarty found Short streaking down the left sideline. Short took the ball to the corner and made a nice move down on the end line to evade a Wake defender. The senior defender then passed the ball back up the field to Price, who one-time a shot over the crossbar.

Florida State was able to control possession over the final 10 minutes limiting Wake Forest to just one shot over that span.

 
POS ##        NAME               MIN SH SOG  G  A YC RC GW PK ATT
=== == ========================= === == === == == == == == == ===
GK  19 Kelsey Wys                 90  0   0  0  0                
D    2 Ines Jaurena               90  3   1  0  0                
D    3 Casey Short                90  0   0  0  0                
MF   4 Jamia Fields               81  1   0  0  0                
F    6 Jessica Price              68  1   0  0  1                
D    9 Kassey Kallman             90  0   0  0  0                
MF  11 Isabella Schmid            74  2   1  0  0                
MF  12 Dria Hampton               72  0   0  0  0                
MF  13 Kristin Grubka             90  1   1  0  0                
F   14 Tiffany McCarty            64  2   1  0  0                
D   15 Tiana Brockway             90  1   1  1  0        1       
       ---Substitutes---
     8 Michaela Hahn              24  0   0  0  0                
    16 Carson Pickett             37  0   0  0  0                
    17 Kahlia Hogg                 3  0   0  0  0                
    18 Hikaru Murakami             9  0   0  0  0                
    20 Nora Kervroedan            18  0   0  0  0                
                          =======================================
11     FSU                        90 11   5  1  1        1       
       Opp                        90  9   4  0  0  1             

 
       Goalie             Minutes GA Saves W L T SO
========================= ======= == ===== = = = ==
Kelsey Wys                  90:00  0    4  1      1
                          =========================
FSU                         90:00  0    4  1      1
Opp                         90:00  1    3    1     
 
Scoring Summary
Goal  Time  Team Goal Scorer               Assists                   Description
==== ====== ==== ========================= ========================= =========================
  1.  22:35 FSU  Tiana Brockway            Jessica Price             play from the middle started by 12 crossed in by and deflected in          


  1 2 Total
WAKE FOREST
0
0
0
FLORIDA STATE
1
0
1

FLORIDA STATE 5, JACKSON STATE 0
09/21/2012, TALLAHASSEE, FL

From the FSU Website, seminoles.com.

No. 1 FSU Rolls Past Jackson State.

Marta Bakowska-Mathews tied a school record with three assists in the win.

TALLAHASSEE, FL - Top-ranked Florida State wrapped up the non-conference portion of its schedule Friday night with a 5-0 victory over Jackson State inside the Seminole Soccer Complex.

"Overall, I thought it was a good, solid performance," said head coach Mark Krikorian. "Our kids came out, fought hard, created some chances and we were able to score goals in a variety of ways tonight."

Four of the five goals on Friday came in the first half while Kristin Grubka led all players with a career-high five points as she tallied two goals and an assist for her first career multi-goal game. Marta Bakowska-Mathews tied a school record with three assists in the win becoming just the fourth player to perform the feat as she joined Erin Grimsley (1996), Mami Yamaguchi (2007) and Jessica Price (2010).

The Seminoles outshot the Lady Tigers 35-0, while maintaining a 10-0 advantage in corners. Freshman Nora Kervroedan paced the Garnet & Gold with a game-high six shots, while Michaela Hahn and Carson Pickett followed with five and four shots, respectively.

"A lot of players played a lot of minutes tonight," added Krikorian. "It was an opportunity to show (what they can do) and get a positive evaluation for future games. I thought overall they all did very well and fought hard."

Tiffany McCarty, Kassey Kallman and Pickett joined Grubka in the goal column on Friday as Florida State moved to 9-0-0 on the year matching the school record for the longest win streak set in 2005. Friday night's win also marked the first time since 2006 that FSU completed the non-conference slate with an unblemished mark.

Taylor Vancil recorded her first start and first shutout of the season as she played all 90 minutes between the posts. The shutout was the fourth straight for the Seminoles extending their consecutive shutout streak to 438 minutes - the fifth longest shutout streak in school history and the longest since 2008. FSU has now recorded seven shutouts in nine games this year.

McCarty opened the goal scoring in the 11th minute of play as she found the upper left corner from about 12 yards out following a nice lead-in pass from senior Dria Hampton. The goal would eventually go down as the game-winner for McCarty moving her into a tie for second place all-time in the FSU record books with 11. The Laurel, Md., native now sits with 50 career goals. The assist for Hampton was her first career point as a Seminole.

Kallman would register her first goal of the season in the 18th minute deflecting a shot past Jackson State keeper Taylor Emerson following a double-assist from Jessica Price and Grubka. Price's assist was the 30th of her career moving her into a tie for first place all-time in the Seminole record books with Yamaguchi.

In a span of 55 seconds, the Seminoles pushed their lead to 4-0 late in the first half on a pair of goals off back-to-back corner kicks. Grubka was on the receiving end of both goals using her head on the first one, while one-timing a low liner inside the right post for the second score. Bakowska-Mathews made two beautiful serves into the box off the corners to pick-up her first two assist of the year.

Bakowska-Mathews would register her third assist of the game in the 81st minute when she found Pickett off a cross from the right side of the field. The scoring play started after Rylee Hart put a shot on goal but Emerson was there for the save punching the ball out to her right. Bakowska-Mathews collected the rebound and served a cross to Pickett who collected the ball and then drilled a shot inside the left post for her first collegiate goal. Hart also picked up an assist on the play for her first career point.

Emerson finished the game with 14 saves on the night for the Lady Tigers.

"Jackson State came in here and did a heck of a job," added Krikorian. "They competed, fought hard and gave everything they had; a credit to them."

 
POS ##        NAME               MIN SH SOG  G  A YC RC GW PK ATT
=== == ========================= === == === == == == == == == ===
GK   1 Taylor Vancil              90  0   0  0  0                
D    2 Ines Jaurena               24  1   0  0  0                
D    3 Casey Short                71  2   1  0  0                
MF   4 Jamia Fields               17  0   0  0  0                
F    6 Jessica Price              31  1   1  0  1                
D    9 Kassey Kallman             90  1   1  1  0                
MF  12 Dria Hampton               35  0   0  0  1                
MF  13 Kristin Grubka             90  3   2  2  1                
F   14 Tiffany McCarty            15  3   3  1  0        1       
D   15 Tiana Brockway             30  1   1  0  0                
MF  20 Nora Kervroedan            82  6   3  0  0                
       ---Substitutes---
     8 Michaela Hahn              73  5   2  0  0                
    16 Carson Pickett             71  4   2  1  0                
    17 Kahlia Hogg                66  1   1  0  0                
    18 Hikaru Murakami            60  3   1  0  0                
    21 Marta Bakowska-Mathews     59  2   1  0  3                
    24 Nicole Fischer             55  0   0  0  0                
    27 Rylee Hart                 31  2   1  0  1                
                          =======================================
11     FSU                        90 35  20  5  7        1       
       Opp                        90  0   0  0  0                

 
       Goalie             Minutes GA Saves W L T SO
========================= ======= == ===== = = = ==
Taylor Vancil               90:00  0    0  1      1
                          =========================
FSU                         90:00  0    0  1      1
Opp                         90:00  5   14    1     
 
Scoring Summary
Goal  Time  Team Goal Scorer               Assists                   Description
==== ====== ==== ========================= ========================= =========================
  1.  10:42 FSU  Tiffany McCarty           Dria Hampton              Upper left corner from right side 12 yards out                             
  2.  17:15 FSU  Kassey Kallman            Kristin Grubka            Header deflected off two passes                                            
                                           Jessica Price
  3.  36:33 FSU  Kristin Grubka            Marta Bakowska-Mathews    header off corner kick                                                     
  4.  37:28 FSU  Kristin Grubka            Marta Bakowska-Mathews    one-time off corner inside right post                                      
  5.  80:55 FSU  Carson Pickett            Marta Bakowska-Mathews    inside left post from 14 yards                                             
                                           Rylee Hart


  1 2 Total
JACKSON STATE
0
0
0
FLORIDA STATE
4
1
5

FLORIDA STATE 1, NORTH CAROLINA 0
09/27/2012, CHAPEL HILL, NC

From the FSU Website, seminoles.com.

No. 1 FSU Downs No. 9 UNC To Remain Perfect.

Dagny Brynjarsdottir scores the lone goal and Kelsey Wys makes seven saves in the win.

CHAPEL HILL, NC - Top-ranked Florida State (10-0-0, 3-0-0 ACC) kept its perfect record intact Thursday night as the Seminoles defeated No. 9 North Carolina (5-3-2, 1-2-1 ACC) 1-0 on Fetzer Field. Dagny Brynjarsdottir scored the lone goal of the contest and Kelsey Wys made a season-high seven saves as the Garnet & Gold registered consecutive victories over the Tar Heels for the first time in school history.

"Carolina is hard to play against; they are so fast and strong," said head coach Mark Krikorian. "It's a credit to our kids that we could come in and win a game that's not really our style, but we stayed, we battled hard, we fought hard and created a heck of a nice goal. We walk away with a good result on the road. I mean any win on the road in the ACC is a good win; this is a real good win."

"Carolina is always a fun team to play against," said Wys. "They have a different style than we are used to playing but during the week we prepared for them and I think we did a pretty good job of sticking to that game plan and making all our pieces fit together at the end of the day to get the victory."

Despite being outshot 14-5 in the match, Florida State broke the scoreless tie in the 61st minute on just its second shot of the second half as Brynjarsdottir found the back of the net for her third goal of the season.

The scoring play came off a North Carolina turnover at midfield when Jamia Fields stole the ball and found a streaking Tiffany McCarty. The Laurel, Md., native beat her defender to the end line before sending a pass back towards the middle of the 18-yard box where Brynjarsdottir made a run into open space and one-timed a shot into the back of the net. McCarty and Fields were credited with assists on the play while the goal for the Icelandic native would go down as her second game-winner this year.

"It was fantastic," said Krikorian on the effort by FSU to score the goal. "Tiff driving down toward the end line; a nice pull back to Dagny running on to it and a quality finish. That's really what you play for. I thought our back line and goalkeeping was outstanding, our collective defending from front to back was quite good. There weren't a whole lot of chances either way in the course of the game but even going up a goal I thought we stood strong and did a pretty good job."

"Jamia stripped them of the ball," said McCarty. "We made eye contact and I made a run behind my defender. She played the ball to me and the defender missed it a little bit. I saw there was space in the 18 and I slipped the ball to Dagny, who ran on and had a good finish."

The one goal would stand up as the Seminoles received another tremendous effort from their backline as Casey Short, Kristin Grubka, Kassey Kallman and Ines Jaurena kept the speedy Tar Heels in check for 90 minutes. Wys was once again solid between the posts saving all seven shots on goal. The junior goalkeeper made two outstanding saves on back-to-back scoring chances by the Tar Heels with less than eight minutes to go in regulation to keep UNC off the scoreboard.

The first scoring chance came after a Florida State foul in UNC's offensive third. Katie Bowen delivered the ball into the box but Kallman was there to clear the ball with a header. Meg Morris tracked down the loose ball and sent a pass back into the box, right to the head of Maria Lubrano but Wys was there for the save.

Seconds later, Crystal Dunn made a long run and was forced to the outside by Short which led to a tough shot from down near the end line. Dunn tried to hook the ball inside the far post but Wys made an outstanding leap, snaring the ball out of the air while maintaining possession as she crashed to the ground for the save.

"It was a great effort by Crystal Dunn," added Krikorian. "She made a nice run and hooked the ball and Kelsey was there to grab it. Again another solid performance by her in goal. Whenever you play against any ACC team and you are ahead by a goal, you know a chance is going to come sooner or later. Everyone is too good for there not to be a couple of chances especially when we are trying to protect the game, but Kelsey has done a great job and she was there when we needed her."

"The back line did a good job of pushing her wide and she had a tough angle to get a shot off," said Wys. "We work on those kinds of shots in practice all the time and work on making the goal look small. I was able to get to the ball and hold on to it."

With the shutout, Florida State ran its consecutive shutout streak to over 528 minutes - the second longest streak in school history. FSU has now allowed just three goals in 10 games this year including one goal in the last nine matches.

"Our back line did a great job of cutting off passes and long balls and just getting up and being hard and physical," added McCarty. "Kelsey made some great saves in the end to keep us in the game. As a defensive block, we did pretty well tonight."

The win Thursday night also set the school record for the longest win streak at 10 in a row eclipsing the previous record of nine straight victories set in 2005.

FSU has now won two straight over North Carolina for the first time in the series, while Thursday night's game was the first time FSU defeated the Tar Heels in regulation. The three previous victories all came in double overtime.

"They have a great tradition, great program and any time you get to beat UNC it's a great accomplishment," said McCarty. "Credit to them, they played well but tonight we were able to finish our chances."

The Seminoles also became just the second team since 1981 to hand the Tar Heels back-to-back losses at home. Notre Dame is the only other school to perform the feat during that span defeating UNC in Chapel Hill on three straight trips in 2007, 2008 and 2010.

It took until the 20th minute for the first real scoring chance to occur as North Carolina's Kealia Ohai ran behind the Seminole defense to get to a loose ball just outside the 18-yard box. Ohai one-timed a shot on goal, but Wys was charging out of the box and made a nice sliding save with her right foot to keep the game scoreless.

Brynjarsdottir recorded the first Florida State shot of the game in the 25th minute as the sophomore midfielder pushed the ball wide of the right post.

Short ripped a left footed shot from the left side from about 22 yards but the ball was grabbed outside the post by Tar Heel keeper Adelaide Gay.

North Carolina went into the locker room with the edge in shots at 6-2, while Florida State registered the only corner in the first half. Wys posted three saves.

The Tar Heels recorded the first shot in the second half as Ohai worked her way through a line of Seminole defenders toward the middle of the field before finding enough room to rip a shot on goal. Wys made a diving save to her right to keep the game scoreless.

North Carolina earned a corner kick in the 74th minute as Ranee Premji sent the ball to the far post. The ball was played to the top of the box to Bianca Gray, who one-timed a shot high over the crossbar.

Brynjarsdottir finished the match with a team-high two shots, while Ohai and Morris each posted a game-high three shots.

 
POS ##        NAME               MIN SH SOG  G  A YC RC GW PK ATT
=== == ========================= === == === == == == == == == ===
GK  19 Kelsey Wys                 90  0   0  0  0                
D    2 Ines Jaurena               90  1   1  0  0                
D    3 Casey Short                90  1   0  0  0                
MF   4 Jamia Fields               66  0   0  0  1                
MF   6 Jessica Price              53  0   0  0  0                
MF   7 Dagny Brynjarsdottir       90  2   1  1  0        1       
D    9 Kassey Kallman             90  0   0  0  0                
MF  11 Isabella Schmid            90  0   0  0  0                
D   13 Kristin Grubka             90  1   0  0  0                
F   14 Tiffany McCarty            90  0   0  0  1                
MF  15 Tiana Brockway             78  0   0  0  0                
       ---Substitutes---
     8 Michaela Hahn              29  0   0  0  0                
    12 Dria Hampton               12  0   0  0  0                
    16 Carson Pickett             19  0   0  0  0                
    20 Nora Kervroedan            14  0   0  0  0                
                          =======================================
11     FSU                        90  5   2  1  2        1       
       Opp                        90 14   7  0  0                

 
       Goalie             Minutes GA Saves W L T SO
========================= ======= == ===== = = = ==
Kelsey Wys                  90:00  0    7  1      1
                          =========================
FSU                         90:00  0    7  1      1
Opp                         90:00  1    1    1     
 
Scoring Summary
Goal  Time  Team Goal Scorer               Assists                   Description
==== ====== ==== ========================= ========================= =========================
  1.  60:54 FSU  Dagny Brynjarsdottir      Tiffany McCarty           centering pass, 14 yards out                                               
                                           Jamia Fields


  1 2 Total
FLORIDA STATE
0
1
1
NORTH CAROLINA
0
0
0

FLORIDA STATE 2, NORTH CAROLINA STATE 0
09/30/2012, RALEIGH, NC

From the FSU Website, seminoles.com.

No. 1 FSU Blanks NC State, 2-0.

The Seminoles record their sixth straight shutout, while running their consecutive shutout minutes streak to 618 minutes.

RALEIGH, NC - Top-ranked Florida State (11-0-0, 4-0-0 ACC) registered its 11th straight win to remain undefeated on the year with a 2-0 victory over NC State (5-8-0, 0-4-0 ACC) Sunday afternoon inside the Dail Soccer Complex.

Dagny Brynjarsdottir and Tiffany McCarty provided all the goal scoring for the Seminoles on Sunday as the Seminoles defeated the Wolfpack for the 12th time in a row, while FSU extended its unbeaten streak in the series to 14 (12-0-2). It also marked the sixth straight win for Florida State over the Wolfpack in Raleigh.

The Seminoles outshot the Wolfpack 21-3 for the match as the Florida State defense limited NC State to just one shot on goal en route to its sixth straight shutout and ninth in 11 matches this year.

"Anytime you go on the road in the ACC and come away with a win or in this case two wins this week, is a very good road trip," said head coach Mark Krikorian. "Overall, I thought our performance was solid today. Pretty good defending for the most part, a lot of different ways of attacking; it was nice to score a couple of goals and nice to get another shutout."

The shutout also ran the Seminoles' consecutive shutout minutes streak to over 618 minutes. FSU has not allowed a goal since the first half against Cal State Fullerton back on September 7. The school record for consecutive shutout minutes stands at 799:29 set in 2003. Florida State has given up just three goals in 11 matches this year.

FSU has yet to allow a goal through its first four ACC matches outscoring the opposition 5-0.

With the win, the Seminoles extended their ACC win streak to seven (dating back to last year) to tie a school record (2005 & 2008). Florida State also tied school records on Sunday for consecutive team shutouts at six (2003), consecutive road victories at five (1996 & 2005) and consecutive ACC shutouts in a season with its fourth (2003 & 2008).

"If we limit the opponent's chances and keep them off the board, the opportunity for a win is significantly greater," said Krikorian. "I think overall our goalkeeping and collective defending has been as solid as can be. We just have to continue to build upon it and along with that I would like to see us put a couple more balls in the back of the net, but we will just have to keep on working."

Jamia Fields assisted on both goals for her second multi-assist game of her career. Her first two-assist game came in a 6-2 victory over Clemson last year. Casey Short was also credited with an assist in the win setting up Florida State's first goal of the game by Brynjarsdottir.

Florida State broke through with the first goal of the game in the 15th minute as Brynjarsdottir put away a rebound from close range off an initial shot by Fields to give the Seminoles the early 1-0 lead. Short started the scoring play as she sent a long cross from the left side of the field to Fields, who ran in on the ball. The sophomore midfielder beat her defender with a nice quick move to her right before slotting a low-lining shot on goal toward the near post forcing NC State goalkeeper Victoria Hopkins into a diving save. The keeper could not hang on to the ball as Brynjarsdottir one-timed the rebound into the back of the net for her fourth goal of the season.

The Seminoles went into the locker room with a 10-1 advantage in shots over the Wolfpack, while FSU took seven corner kicks to NC State's zero.

McCarty gave the Seminoles a two-goal lead early in the second half finding the back of the net in the 49th minute for her team leading fifth goal of the season. The Laurel, Md., native took a pass from Fields on the right side of the pitch and slotted the ball into an empty net after side stepping a Wolfpack defender to create space for the goal.

Brynjarsdottir finished the match with a game-high four shots, while Fields tallied three shots including two on goal.

FSU keeper Kelsey Wys started between the posts and earned her 10th victory of the season as she did not allow a goal in over 80 minutes of play. Taylor Vancil entered in the 81st minute and kept the shutout in tact as she made the lone Seminole save of the game on a shot by Caroline Gentry with just under four minutes to play.

 
POS ##        NAME               MIN SH SOG  G  A YC RC GW PK ATT
=== == ========================= === == === == == == == == == ===
GK  19 Kelsey Wys                 80  0   0  0  0                
D    2 Ines Jaurena               90  0   0  0  0                
D    3 Casey Short                90  1   0  0  1                
MF   4 Jamia Fields               67  3   2  0  2                
F    6 Jessica Price              32  1   0  0  0                
MF   7 Dagny Brynjarsdottir       48  4   2  1  0        1       
D    9 Kassey Kallman             90  1   0  0  0                
MF  11 Isabella Schmid            82  2   1  0  0                
D   13 Kristin Grubka             90  2   1  0  0                
F   14 Tiffany McCarty            48  2   1  1  0                
MF  15 Tiana Brockway             59  0   0  0  0                
       ---Substitutes---
     1 Taylor Vancil              10  0   0  0  0                
     8 Michaela Hahn              42  1   1  0  0                
    12 Dria Hampton               42  1   0  0  0                
    16 Carson Pickett             58  2   1  0  0                
    18 Hikaru Murakami            16  0   0  0  0                
    20 Nora Kervroedan            38  1   0  0  0                
    21 Marta Bakowska-Mathews      9  0   0  0  0                
                          =======================================
11     FSU                        90 21   9  2  3        1       
       Opp                        90  3   1  0  0                

 
       Goalie             Minutes GA Saves W L T SO
========================= ======= == ===== = = = ==
Kelsey Wys                  80:39  0    0  1       
Taylor Vancil                9:21  0    1          
Team                         0:00                 1
                          =========================
FSU                         90:00  0    1  1      1
Opp                         90:00  2    7    1     
 
Scoring Summary
Goal  Time  Team Goal Scorer               Assists                   Description
==== ====== ==== ========================= ========================= =========================
  1.  14:59 FSU  Dagny Brynjarsdottir      Jamia Fields              tap in goal after firstsave was loose in front of the net                  
                                           Casey Short
  2.  48:06 FSU  Tiffany McCarty           Jamia Fields              shot to open net after side-stepping defense                               


  1 2 Total
FLORIDA STATE
1
1
2
NORTH CAROLINA STATE
0
0
0

FLORIDA STATE 7, CLEMSON 0
10/04/2012, TALLAHASSEE, FL

From the FSU Website, seminoles.com.

No. 1 FSU Dominates Clemson.

Seven different Seminoles find the back of the net as FSU sets the school record for consecutive shutouts.

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. - Top-ranked Florida State (12-0-0, 5-0-0 ACC) registered goals from seven different players Thursday night as the Seminoles rolled to a 7-0 victory over Clemson (5-7-2, 0-6-0 ACC) to remain undefeated on the year and gain sole possession of first place in the ACC standings with 15 points.

"I thought it was a solid performance," said head coach Mark Krikorian. "I talked to the team before the match about coming out hard, creating some chances early in the game to get a goal or two early and then control the game from there and I thought our group did a pretty good job of that tonight."

After scoring just five goals through the first four ACC games, Florida State opened the flood gates Thursday night tallying a season-high seven goals - the most scored by the Seminoles since an 8-0 victory over UAB in 2009. It also marked the second straight year in which the Seminoles scored six or more goals against the Tigers.

The win was FSU's sixth straight over Clemson, while the Seminoles extended their unbeaten streak in the series to 14 games (12-0-2). The victory also gave Florida State the school record for consecutive ACC wins at eight dating back to last year. The previous record of seven was set in 2005 and then matched again in 2008.

Florida State limited Clemson to just one shot in the contest as the lone shot for the Tigers didn't come until the 78th minute. The Seminoles on the other hand tallied 14 shots with nine of those going on frame including seven finding the back of the net.

"It's nice that we were able to make substitutions and play everyone while maintaining a high level," said senior midfielder Dria Hampton. "I think once you get up on a team (you have a tendency) to make turnovers and give up an easy goal, so it was nice to see that our concentration and our focus was good throughout the entire match."

Kelsey Wys and Taylor Vancil each played a half between the posts as Vancil recorded the lone save for the Seminoles. Wys picked up the win, her 11th of the season, while Florida State posted its seventh straight shutout and 10th of the season.

"The shutout feels great," said defender Ines Jaurena. "We just need to continue to build off the momentum. Tonight, we got a shutout again and that is what we are looking for the next time out."

The Garnet & Gold also extended their consecutive shutout minutes streak to over 708 minutes on the year. FSU has now allowed just one goal in the last 11 matches. The seventh straight shutout also established a school record eclipsing the previous mark of six set in 2003.

"Our defending from front to back including our goalkeepers has been very solid," said Krikorian. "As of late we have done a good job of limiting the opponents' chances on goal."

Thursday night also marked the annual Paint it Pink game as the Seminoles donned pink jerseys in an effort to raise awareness for breast cancer research. The jerseys worn by the players in the win over Clemson will be auctioned off online at Seminoles.com beginning Friday, October 5. The auction will last two weeks. All donations from the game and proceeds from the jerseys will be given to the Sharon Ewing Walker Breast Health Center at Tallahassee Memorial Hospital.

"Tonight was an opportunity for all of us to give back and support a very worthwhile cause," said Krikorian on the team wearing pink jerseys in support of Breast Cancer Awareness.

"I love the occasion of wearing the pink jerseys," added Jaurena. "A lot of people come out to support a great cause. We are able to raise awareness and money. It has always been a great night in the four years that I have been here."

"I think it's really awesome (that we have a night like this to raise awareness) because I have actually experienced it first hand as my grandmother fought the battle for eight years," said Hampton. "She beat it the first time and a year later it came back. It was neat for me to come out today and know that she is watching above. A lot of people come watch us and I think it is important since people see us in this setting that maybe someday it will save someone else's life. I know for my grandmother that is exactly what she would say that something like this could save someone else's life so they wouldn't have to go through what she went through."

Four different Seminoles tallied a goal and an assist Thursday night including seniors Ines Jaurena and Dria Hampton, sophomore Dagny Brynjarsdottir and freshman Carson Pickett.

"It's nice to have a lot of attacking options and different kids scoring in different ways and tonight some came on set pieces and others during the run of play," added Krikorian. "I thought the athletic quality we displayed tonight was quite good."

Jaurena set a career-high with three points for her first career multi-point game as she opened up the scoring in the 10th minute with a header off a cross from Isabella Schmid from about eight yards out off the first Seminole corner kick of the evening. Schmid played a short corner to Hampton, who made a pass right back to Schmid out in open space to her right. The German native then bent a beautiful ball into the box that Jaurena connected with a header into the back of the net for an early 1-0 lead.

The assist for Schmid was the first of her career and her first collegiate point, while it marked the second assist of the season for Hampton.

Florida State blew open the game with three goals in a span of five minutes in the first half to extend the lead to 4-0.

Hampton opened the scoring with a rocket shot from just inside the 18-yard box for her first goal as a Seminole. After Jessica Price made a nice move down near the end line to avoid two Tiger defenders, the senior forward sent a pass back toward the top of the box to Hampton. The Piedmont, Okla., native stopped the ball, made a nice move to her left to avoid a defender and free up enough space for the goal.

The assist for Price was the 31st of her career making her the all-time assist leader in Florida State history as the Libertyville, Ill., native moved ahead of Mami Yamaguchi for the top spot.

Brynjarsdottir took advantage of a failed clear from inside the 18-yard box by a Tiger defender off a cross from Jaurena to increase FSU's lead to 3-0.

Tiffany McCarty and Brynjarsdottir would connect on the fourth and final goal of the half in the 22nd minute. The Icelandic native slotted a low-liner to McCarty, who ran in on the pass, made a nice stop and go with the ball to elude Tiger keeper Sydney Branson and punch the ball into an empty net for her team leading sixth goal of the season.

The three points for Brynjarsdottir tied a career-high with her last three-point performance coming at Virginia in 2011.

The Seminoles wasted very little time adding to their lead out of the break as Kassey Kallman came running in, untouched down the middle of the field, to one-time a cross by Pickett in the 49th minute to grab a five-goal advantage. Tiana Brockway was credited with an assist on the play as FSU converted on yet another corner kick opportunity.

Pickett pushed FSU's lead to 6-0 in the 61st minute as she one-timed a cross by Nora Kervroedan. For Pickett, a native of Fleming Island, Fla., it marked her first career multi-point game.

Freshman Rylee Hart wrapped up the scoring Thursday night heading a cross from Kahlia Hogg inside the left post from about eight yards out for her first collegiate goal. The assist for Hogg was her first as a Seminole and first collegiate point.

 
POS ##        NAME               MIN SH SOG  G  A YC RC GW PK ATT
=== == ========================= === == === == == == == == == ===
GK  19 Kelsey Wys                 45  0   0  0  0                
D    2 Ines Jaurena               90  2   1  1  1        1       
D    3 Casey Short                90  1   1  0  0                
MF   4 Jamia Fields               21  0   0  0  0                
F    6 Jessica Price              27  0   0  0  1                
MF   7 Dagny Brynjarsdottir       40  1   1  1  1                
D    9 Kassey Kallman             90  1   1  1  0                
MF  11 Isabella Schmid            77  1   0  0  1                
MF  12 Dria Hampton               38  1   1  1  1                
D   13 Kristin Grubka             90  0   0  0  0                
F   14 Tiffany McCarty            27  2   1  1  0                
       ---Substitutes---
     1 Taylor Vancil              45  0   0  0  0                
     8 Michaela Hahn              51  1   0  0  0                
    15 Tiana Brockway             22  0   0  0  1                
    16 Carson Pickett             63  1   1  1  1                
    17 Kahlia Hogg                18  0   0  0  1                
    18 Hikaru Murakami            61  1   1  0  0                
    20 Nora Kervroedan            50  0   0  0  1                
    21 Marta Bakowska-Mathews     18  0   0  0  0                
    24 Nicole Fischer             15  1   0  0  0                
    27 Rylee Hart                 12  1   1  1  0                
                          =======================================
11     FSU                        90 14   9  7  9        1       
       Opp                        90  1   1  0  0                

 
       Goalie             Minutes GA Saves W L T SO
========================= ======= == ===== = = = ==
Kelsey Wys                  45:00  0    0  1       
Taylor Vancil               45:00  0    1          
Team                         0:00  0    0         1
                          =========================
FSU                         90:00  0    1  1      1
Opp                         90:00  7    2    1     
 
Scoring Summary
Goal  Time  Team Goal Scorer               Assists                   Description
==== ====== ==== ========================= ========================= =========================
  1.   9:20 FSU  Ines Jaurena              Isabella Schmid           header off cross from 8 yds ck                                             
                                           Dria Hampton
  2.  16:19 FSU  Dria Hampton              Jessica Price             blast from just inside box evades defender 18 yards                        
  3.  17:16 FSU  Dagny Brynjarsdottir      Ines Jaurena              pass through defense shot upper right corner 10 yards                      
  4.  21:19 FSU  Tiffany McCarty           Dagny Brynjarsdottir      stop and go 14  yards eludes keeper after slot pass                        
  5.  48:14 FSU  Kassey Kallman            Carson Pickett            one-timed from cross off a corner kick                                     
                                           Tiana Brockway
  6.  60:36 FSU  Carson Pickett            Nora Kervroedan           one-timed off cross from right side                                        
  7.  85:07 FSU  Rylee Hart                Kahlia Hogg               header off cross inside left post from 8 yards                             


  1 2 Total
CLEMSON
0
0
0
FLORIDA STATE
4
3
7

FLORIDA STATE 1, VIRGINIA TECH 0
10/11/2012, TALLAHASSEE, FL

From the FSU Website, seminoles.com.

No. 1 FSU Notches Eighth Straight Shutout.

Hikaru Murakami scores the game-winner in the 27th minute for her first collegiate goal.

TALLAHASSEE, FL - Top-ranked Florida State (13-0-0, 6-0-0 ACC) needed just one goal Thursday night in blanking No. 19 Virginia Tech (11-4-0, 2-4-0 ACC) 1-0 to remain undefeated on the year.

"I thought it was a very solid performance," said head coach Mark Krikorian. "The defending once again was quite good as we limited their chances on goal. We had some pretty good chances throughout the match. Hikaru's goal was very nice. We did have a few other chances that we should have finished and when you finish those, the game will come a little bit easier for us. But overall against another nationally ranked program, I thought it was a good, solid performance."

Sophomore Hikaru Murakami scored the only goal of the match finding the back of the net in the 27th minute for her first career goal. The midfielder from Japan took a pass from Jamia Fields dribbled once to her left and blasted a shot that hit under the crossbar and over the line from 25 yards for the eventual game-winner.

"I was so happy, I didn't know it was a goal but when I turned (around) everyone came to hug me," said Murakami. "It hit the crossbar so I didn't know it went in, I was really happy."

"We were all really happy for her," said Tiffany McCarty on Hikaru scoring her first collegiate goal. "She has been playing well coming off the bench for us this season and she showed that she can be deadly with a powerful leg. It was nice to see her get on the board."

The Seminoles controlled possession for a majority of the evening outshooting the Hokies 19-3. Virginia Tech managed just one shot on goal the whole night as the Florida State defense did a nice job of limiting the Hokies chances in and around the goal. After taking two shots in the first 19 minutes of action, Virginia Tech was held without a shot for over 59 minutes before recording its lone shot of the second half at the 78:45 mark.

"In the first half, the players that came off the bench did a great job of lifting us including Hikaru," added Krikorian. "But I thought each of the players came in and gave us a big boost. When you have that depth and you can bring those players in, it really does add to the quality of the game."

The shutout was FSU's eighth in a row and 11th in 13 games this year. In the process, the Seminoles extended their consecutive shutout streak to over 798 minutes, just 51 seconds off tying the school record of 799:29 set in 2003.

With the win Thursday night, Florida State extended its unbeaten streak over Virginia Tech to 12 (11-0-1), while improving to 9-0-0 in one-goal games in 2012.

Kelsey Wys played all 90 minutes between the posts for the Seminoles as she made one save to earn her seventh shutout of the season.

"That's our goal every game to limit their shots, so we were happy to hold them to three tonight" said Seminole defender Casey Short. "Kelsey came up big for us a couple of times and hopefully we can keep it up. We are starting to put the pieces together and really gelling as a unit in the backline."

Virginia Tech registered the first real scoring chance for either team in the 13th minute as Jazmine Reeves got in behind the Seminole defense. Ines Jaurena did a nice job to break up the run by Reeves forcing the Hokie forward to make a pass back up toward the top of the box. Shannon Mayrose took the pass and one-timed a shot right into the hands of Wys for the save.

Florida State looked as though they broke the scoreless tie in the 19th minute converting on one of eight first half corner kicks as Kassey Kallman came flying through the box placing a header into the back of the net on a beautifully placed corner by Tiana Brockway. But the goal was taken off the board when a foul was called on the Seminoles inside the box.

After giving FSU a 1-0 lead in the 27th minute, Murakami looked to add a second goal on the evening in the 39th minute, but a diving save by Dayle Colpitts kept the Hokie deficit at one. Murakami sent a low-liner to the left post following a cross by Casey Short. Colpitts dove to her right and deflected the shot. The loose ball was kicked out of harm's way by a Hokie defender.

Florida State went into the locker room with an 11-2 advantage in shots, while taking eight corners to Virginia Tech's one.

Jessica Price was denied a goal by Colpitts in the 53rd minute as the Virginia Tech keeper made another nice diving save near the right post. Short sent a pass between two Hokie defenders right to the feet of Price. The redshirt senior forward dribbled along the 18-yard box before firing a shot on frame.

The lone scoring chance for the Hokies in the second half came in the 79th minute as Reeves flicked a header just high over the crossbar from about eight yards out.

 
POS ##        NAME               MIN SH SOG  G  A YC RC GW PK ATT
=== == ========================= === == === == == == == == == ===
GK  19 Kelsey Wys                 90  0   0  0  0                
D    2 Ines Jaurena               90  0   0  0  0                
D    3 Casey Short                90  1   0  0  0                
MF   4 Jamia Fields               68  3   0  0  1                
F    6 Jessica Price              54  2   1  0  0                
MF   7 Dagny Brynjarsdottir       75  0   0  0  0                
D    9 Kassey Kallman             90  0   0  0  0                
MF  11 Isabella Schmid            90  2   0  0  0                
D   13 Kristin Grubka             90  1   0  0  0  1             
F   14 Tiffany McCarty            80  4   1  0  0                
MF  15 Tiana Brockway             44  0   0  0  0                
       ---Substitutes---
     8 Michaela Hahn              10  0   0  0  0                
    12 Dria Hampton               15  0   0  0  0                
    16 Carson Pickett             36  4   0  0  0                
    18 Hikaru Murakami            46  2   2  1  0        1       
    20 Nora Kervroedan            22  0   0  0  0                
                          =======================================
11     FSU                        90 19   4  1  1  1     1       
       Opp                        90  3   1  0  0                

 
       Goalie             Minutes GA Saves W L T SO
========================= ======= == ===== = = = ==
Kelsey Wys                  90:00  0    1  1      1
                          =========================
FSU                         90:00  0    1  1      1
Opp                         90:00  1    3    1     
 
Scoring Summary
Goal  Time  Team Goal Scorer               Assists                   Description
==== ====== ==== ========================= ========================= =========================
  1.  26:18 FSU  Hikaru Murakami           Jamia Fields              blast from 25 yards hits under crossbar, over line                         


  1 2 Total
VIRGINIA TECH
0
0
0
FLORIDA STATE
1
0
1

FLORIDA STATE 1, VIRGINIA 0
10/14/2012, TALLAHASSEE, FL, OT

From the FSU Website, seminoles.com.

Jaurena's Golden Goal PK Keeps No. 1 FSU Undefeated.

The Seminoles record their ninth straight shutout while pushing their consecutive shutout minute streak to a school record 893:40.

TALLAHASSEE, FL - Ines Jaurena capped off Senior Day Sunday afternoon converting on a golden goal penalty kick opportunity in the 96th minute of the first overtime period to lead No. 1 Florida State to a 1-0 victory over No. 13 Virginia in front of a great crowd of 1,379 inside the Seminole Soccer Complex.

Jaurena, who knocked in the eventual game-winner on a penalty kick in the NCAA Quarterfinals against the Cavaliers last year, followed suit once again on Sunday as she calmly stepped up and fired the pk inside the back of the net just beyond the out stretched arms of Virginia goalkeeper Danielle DeLisle to give the Seminoles their third straight victory over the Cavaliers.

"That was a real hard fought game for us," said head coach Mark Krikorian. "Virginia gave us everything that we could handle. We knew that the game on Thursday night against Virginia Tech was a tough game; we had to battle for 90 minutes. Coming back against a very good Virginia team today, we knew they would push us to the limit. Fortunately in the end, we did enough to create a chance and get a penalty and Ines buried it."

The play began on a near side throw-in by Florida State as Jessica Price sent a long throw inside the box. The ball was won by the Cavaliers heading the ball back toward the top of the box. Hikaru Murakami raced in front of an UVa player to maintain possession for FSU as she took the clear off her body before laying it off to Jamia Fields. Fields made a nice move to her right before being tripped by a Cavalier player which led to a foul and a penalty kick opportunity for the Seminoles.

"Hikaru played me the ball and I just wanted to get it across again," added Fields. "It came across my body and the girl tripped me. If not a shot, then right across the goal, I was so close (to firing a shot on goal) so if anything we would have gotten something out of that play."

The goal for Jaurena was her third of the season as all three have gone down as game-winners. The French native now has eight career game-winning goals with five coming in the ACC - the second most by a Seminole against league foes in school history.

"After beating Virginia at home and scoring the penalty kick, if I don't have a smile than I shouldn't be on the team," said Jaurena. "I knew what I was doing (when I stepped up to the ball), we have been practicing it. I kind of wanted to take it but wasn't too sure because I kicked the penalty against them last year. I stressed more after the pk than I did before because I really didn't have time to think about it."

The shutout was FSU's 12th of the season while the Seminoles extended their school record shutout streak to nine straight games. FSU also set the school record Sunday afternoon for consecutive shutout minutes as the streak currently sits at 893:40 surpassing the previous record of 799:29 established back in 2003. The Seminoles have still just allowed three goals in 14 matches this year while not giving up a goal against an ACC opponent in each of their first seven games.

"Again, I thought we limited the chances at our goal which is significant," added Krikorian. "I thought both teams had one really good look, but overall it was a very good performance. Our goalkeeping and collective defending has been very, very good all season long. Today, we were pretty good against a very good team."

Kelsey Wys played the entire match between the posts as she was credited with four saves and her eighth shutout of the season. The redshirt junior keeper improved to 13-0-0 on the year while lowering her goals against average to an ACC-best 0.25.

"Virginia is one of the teams that plays closest to our style so I think that one of our goals before the game was to come in and show them that we can play the style of soccer that they play and to match their intensity," said Wys. "The defense did a good job once again of limiting their chances."

FSU remains the only undefeated team in the nation at 14-0-0, while running its all-time unbeaten streak to a school record 14 games.

The win on Sunday also assured the Seminoles of a first round host site in the upcoming ACC Tournament which will be held on Sunday, October 28. The top four seeds in the ACC will serve as a host for the opening round matches.

Both teams combined for just four shots in the first 45 minutes as Virginia outshot FSU 3-1. Neither team was credited with a save while the Cavaliers registered two corners to zero for the Seminoles.

The first scoring chance of the game for the Seminoles came in the 59th minute when Tiffany McCarty won a 50/50 ball near midfield and made a nice move to evade three Cavaliers. With green space in front of her, McCarty began a breakaway down the middle of the field before passing ahead to her right to Dagny Brynjarsdottir. The Icelandic native took two touches before firing a shot wide of the right post.

A turnover by the Seminoles in Virginia's offensive third nearly led to the Cavaliers' first goal of the game but Wys was there with an outstanding save on a shot by Caroline Miller in the 64th minute.

"She was able to break down our backline a little bit," added Wys. "I was able to come out and get set to make the goal look smaller. I think she probably saw the goal a little smaller and she just tried to rip a shot but luckily I was able to get there."

Kassey Kallman returned the favor in the 78th minute as she made a nice run to get behind the Cavalier defense on a long ball played inside the 18-yard box by Casey Short. Following another Price throw-in, Virginia tried to clear the ball but Short sent the ball back inside the box from just beyond midfield where Kallman timed her run perfectly heading the ball just wide of the left post.

Florida State outshot Virginia 9-8 in the second half but neither team could find the back of the net during regulation forcing overtime. It marked the first overtime game for the Seminoles this year and the first since the 2011 ACC Championship game against Wake Forest.

Both teams registered one shot in the overtime period as Florida State's found the back of the net on Jaurena's pk conversion.

Virginia finished the match with a 12-11 shots advantage while both teams took five corner kicks.

Kallman led the Seminoles with three shots as two of those shots went on frame. UVa had three players with three shots apiece including Morgan Brian, Makenzy Doniak and Miller.

Florida State completed the regular season schedule undefeated at home with a 9-0-0 record. The Seminoles have three remaining games on the docket with all three coming on the road.

 
POS ##        NAME               MIN SH SOG  G  A YC RC GW PK ATT
=== == ========================= === == === == == == == == == ===
GK  19 Kelsey Wys                 95  0   0  0  0                
D    2 Ines Jaurena               95  1   1  1  0        1       
D    3 Casey Short                95  1   0  0  0                
MF   4 Jamia Fields               69  1   0  0  0                
F    6 Jessica Price              60  0   0  0  0                
MF   7 Dagny Brynjarsdottir       84  2   1  0  0                
D    9 Kassey Kallman             95  3   2  0  0                
MF  11 Isabella Schmid            95  0   0  0  0                
D   13 Kristin Grubka             95  1   0  0  0                
F   14 Tiffany McCarty            65  0   0  0  0                
D   15 Tiana Brockway             57  0   0  0  0                
       ---Substitutes---
     8 Michaela Hahn              39  0   0  0  0                
    12 Dria Hampton               11  0   0  0  0                
    16 Carson Pickett             35  2   0  0  0                
    18 Hikaru Murakami            38  0   0  0  0                
    20 Nora Kervroedan            17  0   0  0  0                
                          =======================================
11     FSU                        95 11   4  1  0        1       
       Opp                        95 12   4  0  0                

 
       Goalie             Minutes GA Saves W L T SO
========================= ======= == ===== = = = ==
Kelsey Wys                  95:02  0    4  1      1
                          =========================
FSU                         95:02  0    4  1      1
Opp                         95:02  1    3    1     
 
Scoring Summary
Goal  Time  Team Goal Scorer               Assists                   Description
==== ====== ==== ========================= ========================= =========================
  1.  95:02 FSU  Ines Jaurena                                        penalty kick                                                               


  1 2 OT Total
VIRGINIA
0
0
0
0
FLORIDA STATE
0
0
1
1

BOSTON COLLEGE 3, FLORIDA STATE 2
10/18/2012, CHESTNUT HILL, MA

From the FSU Website, seminoles.com.

No. 1 FSU Falls At Boston College.

The Seminoles suffer their first loss of the season and first to the Eagles in 11 games.

NEWTON, MA - No. 1 Florida State (14-1-0, 7-1-0 ACC) suffered its first loss of the season falling to No. 24 Boston College (10-5-2, 4-4-0 ACC) 3-2 Thursday evening on the Newton Soccer Field.

The Eagles scored three unanswered goals including two in the second half to register their first-ever victory over the Seminoles snapping FSU's 10-game unbeaten streak in the series (8-0-2). It marked the most goals allowed by the Seminoles since a 3-0 setback to Stanford in the semifinals of the College Cup in Kennesaw, Ga., last year.

"I thought the better team won tonight," said head coach Mark Krikorian. "Boston College was better than we were; they competed harder than we did and I don't think that we were as good passing and receiving the ball and keeping the ball as we needed to be. It's quite simple, you need to go out and you need to compete to show that you are prepared to battle in games of this magnitude and when you have the ball, you need to value the ball."

FSU entered the contest giving up just three goals through the first 14 games, but the Eagles matched that total Thursday night as Kate McCarthy, Stephanie McCaffrey and Kristen Mewis all found the back of the net for BC in the upset victory.

The loss was just the first for the Seminoles when ranked No. 1 since 2006.

"We weren't good enough tonight," added Krikorian. "Credit to Boston College; they came in, had a good game plan and executed their game plan better than we executed ours. They got the three points."

Florida State got on the board first Thursday night breaking the scoreless tie in the 37th minute on the third Seminole corner kick of the half. Carson Pickett sent a beautiful bender to the far post where Kristin Grubka out jumped the competition with a header that sent the ball into the back of the net for her fifth goal of the season to give FSU a 1-0 lead.

Boston College found the equalizer just before the half as McCarthy one-timed a low liner inside the left post for her fifth goal of the year. The goal came off a double passing combination from Victoria DiMartino and McCaffrey as the score snapped FSU's consecutive scoreless minute streak at over 934 minutes.

It marked the first goal allowed by the Seminoles in the ACC this year and the first goal given up since September 7. The score also brought to a close Kelsey Wys' consecutive minute shutout streak at 788:48 - the 18th longest streak in NCAA history.

The second half belonged to the Eagles as Boston College became the first school this year to register a goal against the Seminoles after the 12th minute of play.

FSU was unlucky in the 58th minute when a header by Tiffany McCarty off a cross by Ines Jaurena caromed off the left post. The ball had plenty of movement on it as it traveled back across the front of the goal and then finally out of bounds passed the right post.

BC responded as McCaffrey gave the Eagles their first lead of the match in the 67th minute as she one-timed a cross from DiMartino for her ninth goal of the season. DiMartino dribbled down toward the end line trying to create room to make a play. With Wys creeping out to cut off the angle on the near post, DiMartino sent a brilliant cross inside the box where McCaffrey was there to one-time the ball from three yards out to give BC a 2-1 advantage.

Boston College upped its lead to 3-1 in the 80th minute on an outstanding effort from Mewis. The senior midfielder blasted a shot just underneath the crossbar from 25 yards out for her team leading 13th goal of the season.

BC's two second half goals were the first allowed by Florida State in the second half this year. FSU entered the match outscoring the opposition 11-0 in the second half.

The goal by Mewis would loom large as Florida State would not go away quietly taking advantage of key BC turnover inside the Seminoles' offensive third to cut the deficit to 3-2. Jessica Price dribbled around BC keeper Alexa Gaul and poked a bending shot from the right side of the pitch inside the left netting for the goal in the 83rd minute.

The Seminoles turned up the offensive pressure in the final seven minutes but could not find the equalizer to force overtime.

"I don't think we did a great job of linking passes together," said Krikorian. "I thought there were many times when people were open and we missed the passes or we didn't receive the ball properly. It just broke down the rhythm of the game for us."

Wys finished the game with five saves, while Gaul made three stops.

Florida State outshot Boston College 13-12 but eight of the 12 shots taken by the Eagles were on frame. Both teams attempted five corner kicks in the game. FSU's Tiana Brockway finished the match with a team-high three shots.

"In this game, you have to have a bit of a short memory," said Krikorian. "We need to take certain pieces out of this game and be better on Sunday whenwe go back out and play against a very good Maryland team. We need to make sure that we are prepared in the midfield to compete. We need to make surethat our defending is precise and organized as it has been all season long and we need to keep the ball."

 
POS ##        NAME               MIN SH SOG  G  A YC RC GW PK ATT
=== == ========================= === == === == == == == == == ===
GK  19 Kelsey Wys                 90  1   0  0  0                
D    2 Ines Jaurena               90  2   0  0  0                
MF   3 Casey Short                90  0   0  0  0                
F    4 Jamia Fields               82  2   1  0  0                
F    6 Jessica Price              60  1   1  1  0                
D    9 Kassey Kallman             90  0   0  0  0                
MF  11 Isabella Schmid            90  1   1  0  0                
MF  12 Dria Hampton               24  0   0  0  0                
D   13 Kristin Grubka             90  2   1  1  0                
F   14 Tiffany McCarty            82  1   0  0  0                
D   15 Tiana Brockway             55  3   1  0  0                
       ---Substitutes---
     8 Michaela Hahn              44  0   0  0  0                
    16 Carson Pickett             39  0   0  0  1                
    18 Hikaru Murakami            54  0   0  0  0                
    20 Nora Kervroedan             8  0   0  0  0                
                          =======================================
11     FSU                        90 13   5  2  1                
       Opp                        90 12   8  3  3        1       

 
       Goalie             Minutes GA Saves W L T SO
========================= ======= == ===== = = = ==
Kelsey Wys                  90:00  3    5    1     
                          =========================
FSU                         90:00  3    5    1     
Opp                         90:00  2    3  1       
 
Scoring Summary
Goal  Time  Team Goal Scorer               Assists                   Description
==== ====== ==== ========================= ========================= =========================
  1.  36:48 FSU  Kristin Grubka            Carson Pickett            header from five yards out                                                 
  2.  40:30 Opp  Opponent                  Opponent                  shot to left of keeper from 9 yards out                                    
                                           Opponent
  3.  67:00 Opp  Opponent                  Opponent                  one-timer from three yards out                                             
  4.  79:37 Opp  Opponent                                            shot from 25 yards out to top of net                                       
  5.  82:11 FSU  Jessica Price                                       shot from 8 yards out to left net                                          


  1 2 Total
FLORIDA STATE
1
1
2
BOSTON COLLEGE
1
2
3

FLORIDA STATE 1, MARYLAND 0
10/21/2012, COLLEGE PARK, MD

From the FSU Website, seminoles.com.

McCarty's Late Goal Lifts No. 1 FSU.

The Seminoles clinched the ACC regular season title with the victory over Maryland on Sunday.

COLLEGE PARK, MD - It was a sweet return for the hometown hero as Tiffany McCarty's goal in the 86th minute proved to be the difference Sunday afternoon as No. 1 Florida State (15-1-0, 8-1-0) defeated No. 5 Maryland (11-5-2, 6-3-1 ACC) 1-0 on Ludwig Field.

With the game knotted at zero and overtime looming, Ines Jaurena made a nice run toward the end line down the right side of the pitch before sending a beautiful cross into the box that McCarty one-timed into the back of the net for the goal. A great combination play by the Seminoles in the middle of the field led to the go ahead score as Jaurena's cross went past a diving Rachelle Beanlands and right to the foot of McCarty for the score. The goal for the Laurel, Md., native was her seventh of the season and third game-winner.

"Overall, I thought it was a good, solid performance," said head coach Mark Krikorian. "Maryland is a very good team. It was a hard fought battle and I'm glad that we were able to put one in the goal at the end of the match. I thought we created enough earlier in the game to maybe get one, but we weren't quite good enough at finishing. But credit Maryland for some good defending."

The win over the Terrapins clinched the ACC regular season title for the Seminoles, their second in the last four years and first since 2009. The eight league victories also ties a single-season school record first set in 2005 (8-2-0) and then matched again in 2008 (8-1-1).

"We have shown to be consistent over my eight years which is really important for us," said Krikorian on the Seminoles clinching the league regular season title. "We don't want to be a one-year wonder and we have proven that with a conference tournament championship last year, a regular season championship in 2009 and now again this year. I think that is a fairly strong statement about the health of our program. We are going to continue to fight and hopefully get better after every game."

Sunday's victory was a nice response by the top-ranked Seminoles, who came into the match looking to rebound after suffering their first loss of the season Thursday night at Boston College. The win also snapped Maryland's two-game win streak over FSU in the series.

"It was a good day for us," added Krikorian. "Anytime you go on the road in the ACC and win you have to feel good.

"The fact that we put in a very good performance is equally important to me. We came in and battled hard and established a good rhythm. We created a number of different chances in a number of ways. We probably could have had another goal or two through the course of the game, but we weren't good enough in the box."

The win also marked FSU's eighth against a ranked opponent in 2012 and fifth against a team ranked in the top 10.

Florida State finished the match outshooting Maryland 15-6 with five of those Seminole shots going on frame. FSU also held the advantage in corner kicks at 5-4. Jaurena led the Seminoles with a career-high four shots, while three went on goal. Jamia Fields, Jessica Price and McCarty all finished with two shots a piece.

The best scoring chance for the Seminoles in the first half came in the 28th minute when Fields blasted a hard lining shot passed the left post. Jaurena made a nice pass into the 18-yard box to McCarty, who settled the ball and made a nice pass back up toward the top of the box where Fields one-timed the shot wide.

Maryland managed just two shots in the first half with the first finally coming in the 24th minute as Ashley Spivey's shot was blocked leading to the only Terrapin corner kick of the half. The corner went to no avail and was easily cleared thanks to a header by Kassey Kallman.

The second Maryland shot also came off the foot of Spivey in the 38th minute as the freshman midfielder sent a shot wide of the left post from 22 yards out.

Florida State controlled possession for a majority of the first half and went into the locker room with a 6-2 advantage in shots. Fields led the Noles with two shots, while Jaurena registered the only shot on goal. The senior defender one-timed a shot from the top right corner of the 18-yard box forcing Shannon Zickler into a save situation in the sixth minute.

An early corner kick by Maryland led to a scoring opportunity for the Terps in the 51st minute as the ball was sent to the far post and played by Gabby Galanti. Galanti then fed back toward the top of the box where Riley Barger mishit a low lining shot that was easily saved by Kelsey Wys.

The first corner kick of the second half for the Seminoles led to a scoring chance as a header by Price sailed high of the left post. FSU played a short corner back up the field to Isabella Schmid, who sent a long ball into the box where Price out jumped the competition for a header from about 3 yards out.

Back-to-back shots by Jaurena in the 66th and 67th minute off consecutive Seminole throw-ins led to a pair of team saves off the line by the Terrapins. Maryland's Shannon Collins was credited with the first team save near the right post, while Aubrey Baker notched the second save off a shot by Jaurena from 12 yards out on the left side of the box. The ball went out to the top of the box where Pickett one-timed a shot high over the crossbar.

A questionable foul call against Florida State deep in Maryland's offensive third led to a free kick for the Terps in the 82nd minute. Wagner took the kick and tried to sneak a shot to the near post, but Wys was there for the save knocking the ball out of bounds.

The ensuing Maryland corner was cleared out of the zone by the Seminoles.

After Florida State's late goal, the Terrapins only real scoring threat came in the 88th minute off a corner, but the Seminoles cleared the ball without allowing Maryland to get a shot off.

Wys played all 90 minutes between the posts on Sunday as she recorded three saves en route to posting her ninth shutout of the season. The win was also the junior keeper's 46th of her career moving her into a tie with Ali Mims for first place all-time at Florida State.

 
POS ##        NAME               MIN SH SOG  G  A YC RC GW PK ATT
=== == ========================= === == === == == == == == == ===
GK  19 Kelsey Wys                 90  0   0  0  0                
MF     Jamia Fields               60  2   0  0  0                
F      Jessica Price              66  2   0  0  0                
MF     Michaela Hahn              86  1   0  0  0                
D      Kassey Kallman             90  0   0  0  0                
MF     Isabella Schmid            90  1   0  0  0                
D      Kristin Grubka             90  1   0  0  0                
MF     Tiana Brockway             71  0   0  0  0                
D    2 Ines Jaurena               90  4   3  0  0                
D    3 Casey Short                90  0   0  0  0                
F   14 Tiffany McCarty            70  2   1  1  0        1       
       ---Substitutes---
       Hikaru Murakami            51  1   1  0  0                
       Nora Kervroedan            12  0   0  0  0                
       Marta Bakowska-Mathews      4  0   0  0  0                
    16 Carson Pickett             41  1   0  0  0                
                          =======================================
11     FSU                        90 15   5  1  0        1       
       Opp                        90  6   3  0  0                

 
       Goalie             Minutes GA Saves W L T SO
========================= ======= == ===== = = = ==
Kelsey Wys                  90:00  0    3  1      1
                          =========================
FSU                         90:00  0    3  1      1
Opp                         90:00  1    4    1     
 
Scoring Summary
Goal  Time  Team Goal Scorer               Assists                   Description
==== ====== ==== ========================= ========================= =========================
  1.  85:47 FSU  Tiffany McCarty                                     cross from right side, volley past diving keeper                           


  1 2 Total
FLORIDA STATE
0
1
1
MARYLAND
0
0
0

MIAMI 1, FLORIDA STATE 0
10/25/2012, CORAL GABLES, FL

From the FSU Website, seminoles.com.

FSU Tripped Up By Late Miami Goal.

The Seminoles will host Boston College on Sunday, October 28 at 1:00 p.m. in the quarterfinals of the ACC Tournament.

CORAL GABLES, Fla. - Under unfavorable weather conditions on Thursday evening down in Coral Gables, top-ranked Florida State fell to Miami 1-0 as the Hurricanes broke a scoreless tie with a goal in the 89th minute.

The game was moved up two hours to avoid severe weather conditions expected to hit the Miami area later in the evening courtesy of Hurricane Sandy in the tropics. But the weather came early as warm-ups and the entire 90 minutes was played in tropical storm like conditions with pelting rain and gusting winds.

"It's the game of soccer, you have to adjust to all kinds of conditions, you have to adjust to different players, different weather and so on," said head coach Mark Krikorian. "They had to play in the same conditions that we did and the fact of life is that they were better than we were tonight."

Miami's Ashley Flinn finished a through ball from Tara Schwitter from about 16 yards on the right side of the pitch curling a ball around a diving Kelsey Wys and inside the left post for the lone goal of the game.

"I though Miami was better than us the entire game," added Krikorian. "They created a lot of good chances and Kelsey came up with some very big saves early on. We can't rely upon Kelsey to make that many big saves for us. It was a nice finish by Miami at the end and tonight the better team won. We will go back and regroup and hopefully be more prepared for Sunday."

The victory for the Hurricanes (9-6-3, 4-4-2) snapped FSU's 12-game win streak in the series as it was Miami's first win over the Seminoles since 1999. It also marked the first time this year the Noles were held without a goal.

Florida State (15-2-0, 8-2-0) was outshot 9-4 in the game as both teams managed just three shots in the second half including one by the Seminoles as the weather conditions began to play havoc on the tempo of the game in the final 45 minutes.

Wys finished with three saves as they all came in the first half. The first came early on a one-on-one break away by Kate Howarth as the Seminole keeper made a great diving save punching the ball out of harm's way to her right.

The second came off a direct free kick from about 24 yards out in the 31st minute. Schwitter took the kick and send a bending shot toward the left post that Wys laid out and made another terrific save.

Wys' third save of the half came on another one-on-one situation this time from Schwitter. The Miami midfielder tried to go low, but the Seminole keeper was there with another save to keep the game scoreless going into the locker room.

Florida State's lone scoring chance in the game came off the foot of Jamia Fields in the 15th minute. The sophomore midfielder sent a bending ball that cleared the outstretched arms of Miami keeper Emily Lillard and was headed for the back of the net but a Miami defender was on the line with a header to keep the ball out of the back of the net.

Ines Jaurena led the Seminoles with two shots, while Fields and Michaela Hahn each recorded a shot apiece.

 
POS ##        NAME               MIN SH SOG  G  A YC RC GW PK ATT
=== == ========================= === == === == == == == == == ===
GK  19 Kelsey Wys                 90  0   0  0  0                
D    2 Ines Jaurena               90  2   1  0  0                
D    3 Casey Short                90  0   0  0  0                
MF   4 Jamia Fields               81  1   0  0  0                
F    6 Jessica Price              77  0   0  0  0                
MF   8 Michaela Hahn              54  1   0  0  0                
D    9 Kassey Kallman             90  0   0  0  0                
D   13 Kristin Grubka             90  0   0  0  0                
F   14 Tiffany McCarty            82  0   0  0  0                
MF  15 Tiana Brockway             90  0   0  0  0                
MF  18 Hikaru Murakami            90  0   0  0  0                
       ---Substitutes---
    16 Carson Pickett             13  0   0  0  0                
    17 Kahlia Hogg                45  0   0  0  0                
    20 Nora Kervroedan             8  0   0  0  0                
                          =======================================
11     FSU                        90  4   1  0  0                
       Opp                        90  9   4  1  1        1       

 
       Goalie             Minutes GA Saves W L T SO
========================= ======= == ===== = = = ==
Kelsey Wys                  90:00  1    3    1     
                          =========================
FSU                         90:00  1    3    1     
Opp                         90:00  0    1  1      1
 
Scoring Summary
Goal  Time  Team Goal Scorer               Assists                   Description
==== ====== ==== ========================= ========================= =========================
  1.  88:42 Opp  Opponent                  Opponent                  finished on a through ball                                                 


  1 2 Total
FLORIDA STATE
0
0
0
MIAMI
0
1
1

FLORIDA STATE 4, BOSTON COLLEGE 0
10/28/2012, TALLAHASSEE, FL, ACC

From the FSU Website, seminoles.com.

Sweet Revenge.

Florida State will face Virginia in the semifinals in Cary, N.C., on Friday, November 2.

TALLAHASSEE, FL - Top-seeded Florida State took the first step in defending its conference championship Sunday afternoon shutting out eighth-seeded Boston College, 4-0, on a chilly day inside the Seminole Soccer Complex in the ACC Tournament Quarterfinals.

After suffering its first loss of the season at the hands of the Eagles just 10 days ago in Massachusetts, the Seminoles got their revenge on Sunday scoring four times including twice each half, in rolling to the largest margin of victory in series history.

Tiffany McCarty registered two goals and Dagny Brynjarsdottir tallied a career-high four points on a goal and two assists as the Seminoles advanced out of the first round of the ACC Tournament for the sixth time in the last eight years.

McCarty's two goals made her the all-time leading scorer in points (10) and goals (5) in league championship play, while Brynjarsdottir became the fourth Seminole to record two assists in an ACC Tournament game as she joined Amber Tollefson (2001), Summer Corum (2001) and Mami Yamaguchi (2006).

With the win, FSU improved to 12-14-6 all-time in the ACC Tournament and 1-1-0 in league tournament games played in Tallahassee.

Florida State will now move on to face Virginia in the ACC Tournament Semifinals at WakeMed Park in Cary, N.C., on Friday, November 2 at 5:00 p.m. The game is a rematch of last year's conference tournament semifinals in which the Seminoles defeated the Cavaliers 2-1 - marking FSU's first-ever win over UVa. Virginia advanced to the semifinals on Sunday with a 1-0 victory over North Carolina in Chapel Hill.

The Seminoles wasted very little time cracking the scoreboard on Sunday scoring two goals in the first five minutes courtesy of Brynjarsdottir and McCarty to take a commanding 2-0 lead.

The first goal came just one minute and five seconds into the start of the match following the first Florida State corner kick of the match. Tiana Brockway sent a beautiful bending ball on goal that BC keeper Alexa Gaul had to make a play on as she punched the ball off the crossbar. The ball deflected back into the box to Kristin Grubka, who headed the ball across the six-yard box to Brynjarsdottir, who finished the play with a header of her own inside the right post for the goal. The goal marked the quickest goal scored by the Seminoles in an ACC Tournament game.

Florida State took a two goal lead just five minutes in following a double passing combination from keeper Kelsey Wys and Brynjarsdottir finished in the end by McCarty. Wys punted the ball beyond midfield where Brynjarsdottir ran under and flicked the ball ahead. McCarty timed her run perfectly off the header getting behind the Eagle defenders and playing the ball forward before lofting a shot passed the out stretched arms of Gaul and into the upper left corner for the goal.

The Seminoles went into the locker room with the advantage in shots (7-1) and corners (3-0), while the defense did its job as the one Eagle shot was not on frame.

FSU added to its lead less than nine minutes into the second half when a direct free kick by Tiana Brockway from long range found its way through a mass of players and into the back of the net for the goal. In a bizarre play that saw Grubka and Kassey Kallman charging into the box to make a play, the ball bounced once inside the 18-yard box and somehow found its way into the net as the Seminoles took a commanding 3-0 lead.

Four minutes later a header by Kallman off a corner nearly made it 4-0 Florida State but a save by an Eagle defender on the line kept the BC deficit at three.

The Seminoles continued to apply pressure in the 61st minute when Hikaru Murakami found McCarty on a great pass inside the 18-yard box. McCarty tried to beat Gaul with a bending shot to the right post but the Eagle keeper came up with a big save tipping the ball out of bounds.

Florida State capped the scoring in the 71st minute on McCarty's second goal of the afternoon. The play began in the midfield with Murakami, who found Jessica Price with space to run. The senior forward sent the ball out wide to her left to Brynjarsdottir, who slotted a cross to an open McCarty, who one-timed the pass for the score to give FSU a four-goal cushion.

Possession remained in favor of Florida State for a majority of the match as the Seminoles finished with a 14-4 shots advantage. McCarty led the way with three shots as all three were on frame. Jamia Fields, Price and Brockway also added two shots apiece.

Victoria DiMartino paced the Eagles with two shots in 90 minutes of play.

Wys and Taylor Vancil combined for FSU's 14th shutout this year to tie a single-season school record set twice before in 2006 and 2008. Both Seminole keepers were credited with a save. Wys picked up the win as she moved to 15-2-0 on the year. The junior keeper added two school records to her name on Sunday as she became Florida State's all-time leader in wins (47) and starts (62) surpassing Ali Mims in both categories.

 
POS ##        NAME               MIN SH SOG  G  A YC RC GW PK ATT
=== == ========================= === == === == == == == == == ===
GK  19 Kelsey Wys                 76  0   0  0  1                
D    2 Ines Jaurena               90  0   0  0  0                
D    3 Casey Short                90  0   0  0  0                
MF   4 Jamia Fields               68  2   0  0  0  1             
F    6 Jessica Price              48  2   0  0  1                
MF   7 Dagny Brynjarsdottir       79  1   1  1  2        1       
D    9 Kassey Kallman             90  1   1  0  0                
MF  11 Isabella Schmid            45  1   0  0  0                
D   13 Kristin Grubka             90  1   0  0  1                
F   14 Tiffany McCarty            57  3   3  2  0                
MF  15 Tiana Brockway             64  2   2  1  0                
       ---Substitutes---
     1 Taylor Vancil              14  0   0  0  0                
     8 Michaela Hahn              38  0   0  0  0                
    12 Dria Hampton               16  0   0  0  0                
    16 Carson Pickett             42  1   1  0  0                
    17 Kahlia Hogg                 7  0   0  0  0                
    18 Hikaru Murakami            49  0   0  0  0                
    20 Nora Kervroedan            17  0   0  0  0                
    21 Marta Bakowska-Mathews     11  0   0  0  0                
                          =======================================
11     FSU                        90 14   8  4  5  1     1       
       Opp                        90  4   2  0  0                

 
       Goalie             Minutes GA Saves W L T SO
========================= ======= == ===== = = = ==
Kelsey Wys                  75:52  0    1  1       
Taylor Vancil               14:08  0    1          
Team                         0:00  0    0         1
                          =========================
FSU                         90:00  0    2  1      1
Opp                         90:00  4    3    1     
 
Scoring Summary
Goal  Time  Team Goal Scorer               Assists                   Description
==== ====== ==== ========================= ========================= =========================
  1.   1:05 FSU  Dagny Brynjarsdottir      Kristin Grubka            corner off cross bar, headed by 13 to 7                                    
  2.   5:00 FSU  Tiffany McCarty           Dagny Brynjarsdottir      punt by19 headed by 7 over the defense 14put it into upper corner          
                                           Kelsey Wys
  3.  53:49 FSU  Tiana Brockway                                      unassisted                                                                 
  4.  70:18 FSU  Tiffany McCarty           Dagny Brynjarsdottir      play started by 18 to 6 to 7 to 14                                         
                                           Jessica Price


  1 2 Total
BOSTON COLLEGE
0
0
0
FLORIDA STATE
2
2
4

VIRGINIA 4, FLORIDA STATE 2
11/02/2012, ACC, Cary, NC

From the FSU Website, seminoles.com.

FSU Tripped Up By UVA In ACC Semis.

The four goals were the most allowed by the Seminoles in a game this year.

CARY, NC - It was not the start top-seeded Florida State wanted and the end result was much the same as the defending ACC champions fell to fifth-seeded Virginia, 4-2, Friday evening in the first semifinal of the ACC Women's Soccer Tournament inside WakeMed Park.

The Cavaliers (15-4-1) scored a pair of goals in each half including two in the first 10 minutes as Virginia snapped FSU's three-match win streak in the series. Tiffany McCarty paced the Seminole offense in the loss with a goal and an assist, while Dagny Brynjarsdottir was credited with the first Florida State (16-3-0) goal of the match.

The four goals allowed by the Seminoles on Friday were the most given up in a game since Florida State fell to Virginia 4-3 in overtime in Charlottesville on October 8, 2011.

"We got beat by a better team today," said head coach Mark Krikorian. "The University of Virginia was sharp as can be and we weren't good enough. I guess that is what happens when you play at this level; playing against a better team and on a day like today they will certainly beat you and then punish you for your mistakes; hats off to them."

Virginia capitalized on the sluggish start by the Seminoles turning two of its first three shots into goals courtesy of Caroline Miller and Morgan Brian.

In the fifth minute, Gloria Douglas found Miller for her team leading 15th goal of the season to give UVa the early 1-0 lead. Miller made a great move to evade a defender at the top of the 18-box before bending a shot inside the right post.

The Cavaliers pushed their lead to 2-0 as Brian found the back of the net for the first time in 2012. The sophomore midfielder tucked a shot inside the right post off a great through ball from Erica Hollenberg in the 10th minute of play.

Florida State was able to cut the deficit in half a minute and a half later on a goal by Brynjarsdottir. Following the first Seminole corner of the game, the ball bounced around inside the box on a couple of Florida State headers before landing to the feet of Kristin Grubka. The sophomore defender settled the ball and slipped a pass forward to McCarty, who found Brynjarsdottir open inside the six-yard box. The Icelandic native fired a shot inside the left post for her seventh goal of the season. McCarty and Grubka were credited with an assist on the play.

Less than a minute later, the Seminoles had a golden opportunity to tie the game at two on a break away by McCarty following a punt by Kelsey Wys. The Laurel, Md., native got behind the UVa defense and went one-on-one with keeper Danielle DeLisle, but a great diving save kept Virginia's lead intact at 2-1.

"I thought the first goal that we scored was really important to play ourselves back into the game," added Krikorian. "There was a segment toward the end of the second half that we were able to start to link some passes together and play a little bit, but too little too late. We are going to have to be a whole lot sharper moving forward if we want to do well in the NCAA Tournament."

In similar fashion to last year's semifinal, Virginia went into the locker room with a one-goal lead. The Cavaliers held the advantage in shots at 6-3, while both teams attempted two corners.

Right out of the break, UVa was back on the attack wasting very little time putting pressure on the Seminoles as Kate Norbo got in behind the Seminole defense to create a one-on-one situation with Wys. Norbo tried to sneak a soft shot passed the charging Wys, but the Florida State keeper got enough of her finger tips on the ball to force the shot just wide of the right post. On the ensuing corner, Brian sent a header wide of the left post.

Florida State tied the match at two converting on its first shot of the second half as McCarty put away a header off a great pass from Casey Short. The senior defender sent a cross just outside the six-yard box that McCarty headed on goal. The ball deflected off the hands of DeLisle and inside the left post for her team leading 10th goal of the season.

The tie was short lived as Hollenberg found the back of the net putting away a cross by Brian down near the end line for her second goal of the season to give Virginia a 3-2 lead.

Less than two minutes later in the 70th minute of play, Virginia put the game out of reach when Brian scored for the second time on the evening putting away a header off a cross by Julia Roberts following a direct free kick.

Down two, the Seminoles never gave up continuing to apply pressure in an effort to even the game for the second time Friday night. Kassey Kallman was credited with two shots following a Florida State corner in the 73rd minute. The first shot by Kallman was a header that caromed off the crossbar, while her second went into the arms of DeLisle for the save.

Off another Seminole corner in the 76th minute, a header by Jessica Price was saved off the leg of DeLisle. With the ball still in play, a Cavalier defender kicked the ball at of play over the crossbar.

"Overall, we didn't bring the 'A-game' today," said Krikorian. "They were better than we were and they deserved to win. We are not going to win a whole lot of games if we are outplayed as we were tonight."

Jamia Fields, Kallman and McCarty finished with a team-high two shots, while Wys finished with six saves.

 
POS ##        NAME               MIN SH SOG  G  A YC RC GW PK ATT
=== == ========================= === == === == == == == == == ===
GK  19 Kelsey Wys                 90  0   0  0  0                
D    2 Ines Jaurena               90  0   0  0  0                
D    3 Casey Short                90  0   0  0  1                
MF   4 Jamia Fields               90  2   0  0  0                
F    6 Jessica Price              67  1   1  0  0                
MF   7 Dagny Brynjarsdottir       90  1   1  1  0                
D    9 Kassey Kallman             90  2   1  0  0                
D   13 Kristin Grubka             90  0   0  0  1                
F   14 Tiffany McCarty            76  2   2  1  1                
MF  15 Tiana Brockway             74  0   0  0  0                
MF  17 Kahlia Hogg                20  0   0  0  0                
       ---Substitutes---
     8 Michaela Hahn              27  0   0  0  0                
    12 Dria Hampton               14  0   0  0  0                
    16 Carson Pickett             29  0   0  0  0                
    18 Hikaru Murakami            54  0   0  0  0                
                          =======================================
11     FSU                        90  8   5  2  3                
       Opp                        90 17  10  4  4        1       

 
       Goalie             Minutes GA Saves W L T SO
========================= ======= == ===== = = = ==
Kelsey Wys                  90:00  4    6    1     
                          =========================
FSU                         90:00  4    6    1     
Opp                         90:00  2    3  1       
 
Scoring Summary
Goal  Time  Team Goal Scorer               Assists                   Description
==== ====== ==== ========================= ========================= =========================
  1.   4:57 Opp  Opponent                  Opponent                  Miller tucks ball into right corner with inside of the foot                
  2.   9:47 Opp  Opponent                  Opponent                  Brian tucks shot into corner off through ball from Hollenburg              
  3.  11:21 FSU  Dagny Brynjarsdottir      Tiffany McCarty           ball bouncing around in penalty box and put away by Brynjarsdottir         
                                           Kristin Grubka
  4.  62:59 FSU  Tiffany McCarty           Casey Short               McCarty put header into left corner off long ball from Short               
  5.  68:10 Opp  Opponent                  Opponent                  Brian crossed ball from the endline to a running Hollenberg                
  6.  69:54 Opp  Opponent                  Opponent                  Roberts hit free kick across 6 yard box to a diving Brian                  


  1 2 Total
FLORIDA STATE
1
1
2
VIRGINIA
2
2
4

FLORIDA STATE 6, MISS VALLEY STATE 0
11/09/2012, TALLAHASSEE, FL, NCAA

From the FSU Website, seminoles.com.

FSU Cruises Past MVSU, 6-0.

The Seminoles register 39 shots including 21 on frame in the first round victory.

TALLAHASSEE, FL - Top-seeded Florida State cruised to a 6-0 victory over SWAC champion, Mississippi Valley State Friday night in the first round of the NCAA Women's Soccer Tournament.

Five different Seminoles found the back of the net in the opening round victory including Tiffany McCarty who tallied two goals for her third multi-goal game of the season.

Florida State (17-3-0) outshot Mississippi Valley State (8-10-3) 39-1 for the match as the Seminoles fired 21 shots were on frame. It marked the most shots record by the Garnet & Gold this year and the most in an NCAA Tournament game in school history surpassing the previous record of 36 set against Jacksonville in 2006.

Kelsey Wys and Taylor Vancil split time between the posts Friday night in leading the Seminoles to their school record 15th shutout of the season. Wys picked up the win, her eighth career NCAA Tournament victory, moving her in a tie with Erin McNulty and Ali Mims for the most tournament wins in FSU history.

The Seminoles, who scored three goals in each half, opened the scoring in the 10th minute when Dagny Brynjarsdottir one-timed a shot inside the right post from short distance following a throw-in by Jessica Price and a flick across the box by Kristin Grubka for the double assist. The goal marked the third in as many games for the Icelandic native as she upped her single-season career-high goal total to eight.

Less than four minutes later, Ines Jaurena blasted a shot that deflected off a Mississippi Valley State defender and inside the right post for her fourth goal of the season. Casey Short picked up an assist on the play as her cross from the left side of the field went untouched to Jaurena just outside the right edge of the 18-yard box. The French native took one dribble to her left before unleashing a shot for the goal.

McCarty capped the scoring in the first half on a nice move off a through ball from Jamia Fields in the 23rd minute to give the Seminoles a 3-0 lead. McCarty took the pass and stopped her momentum toward the end line to evade a defender clearing space to her left as she sent a low liner into the back of the net for the first of her two goals on the evening.

The lone shot of the game for the Devilettes came in the first half as Josee Primeau fired wide of the left post from about 15 yards outs in the 41st minute.

Fields tallied the first FSU goal of the second half in the 60th minute as she fired a low-lining shot from the top of the 18-yard box right passed the diving Shelby Willcocks for her second goal of the season.

McCarty followed in the 70th minute with her second goal of the evening taking advantage of a MVSU turnover inside the 18-yard box. The Laurel, Md., native sent a bending shot from 16 yards out inside the upper right corner for her team leading 12th goal of the season.

Marta Bakowska-Mathews finished off the scoring Friday night with her first career goal in the 80th minute to give Florida State the winning margin at 6-0. The sophomore midfielder headed a beautiful cross from Carson Pickett inside the left post from the right side of the 18 for her first goal as a Seminole.

The lead could have been more for the Seminoles but Mississippi Valley State got a tremendous effort from Willcocks in goal as she finished the evening with 12 saves. The junior keeper was also the beneficiary of three teams saves including two back-to-back early in the first half on shots by Grubka and Kassey Kallman.

Kallman finished with a career-high four shots as two went on frame and one more caromed off the crossbar in the second half. Brynjarsdottir led all players with a career-high nine shots, one off the school record held by Jill Ford, Leah Gallegos and Mami Yamaguchi. McCarty finished with five shots including four on goal.

With the win Friday night, Florida State improved to 24-1-0 at home all-time in the NCAA Tournament, while it marked the Seminoles' 15th consecutive victory inside the Seminole Soccer Complex dating back to last year. FSU moved to a perfect 11-0-0 at home in 2012.

The Seminoles have now won eight straight first round games in the NCAA Tournament, all under head coach Mark Krikorian, and remain unbeaten all-time in the opening round of the tournament improving to 12-0-1.

 
POS ##        NAME               MIN SH SOG  G  A YC RC GW PK ATT
=== == ========================= === == === == == == == == == ===
GK  19 Kelsey Wys                 45  0   0  0  0                
MF     Dagny Brynjarsdottir       63  9   5  1  0        1       
D    2 Ines Jaurena               90  3   2  1  0                
D    3 Casey Short                75  0   0  0  1                
MF   4 Jamia Fields               42  2   1  1  1                
F    6 Jessica Price              44  2   1  0  1                
D    9 Kassey Kallman             90  4   2  0  0                
D   13 Kristin Grubka             90  1   1  0  1                
F   14 Tiffany McCarty            58  5   4  2  0                
MF  15 Tiana Brockway             73  0   0  0  0                
MF  18 Hikaru Murakami            79  3   2  0  0                
       ---Substitutes---
     1 Taylor Vancil              45  0   0  0  0                
     8 Michaela Hahn              37  3   1  0  0                
    12 Dria Hampton               27  0   0  0  0                
    16 Carson Pickett             41  3   1  0  1                
    17 Kahlia Hogg                17  0   0  0  0                
    20 Nora Kervroedan            31  2   0  0  0                
    21 Marta Bakowska-Mathews     21  1   1  1  0                
    24 Nicole Fischer             11  1   0  0  0                
    27 Rylee Hart                 11  0   0  0  0                
                          =======================================
11     FSU                        90 39  21  6  5        1       
       Opp                        90  1   0  0  0                

 
       Goalie             Minutes GA Saves W L T SO
========================= ======= == ===== = = = ==
Kelsey Wys                  45:00  0    0  1       
Taylor Vancil               45:00  0    0          
Team                         0:00                 1
                          =========================
FSU                         90:00  0    0  1      1
Opp                         90:00  6   12    1     
 
Scoring Summary
Goal  Time  Team Goal Scorer               Assists                   Description
==== ====== ==== ========================= ========================= =========================
  1.   9:05 FSU  Dagny Brynjarsdottir      Kristin Grubka            off throw, 13 on the header across and the finish by 7                     
                                           Jessica Price
  2.  13:04 FSU  Ines Jaurena              Casey Short                                                                                          
  3.  22:11 FSU  Tiffany McCarty           Jamia Fields                                                                                         
  4.  59:27 FSU  Jamia Fields                                        shot at the top of the 18 on the ground                                    
  5.  69:01 FSU  Tiffany McCarty                                     off turnover shot hard in the middle of the net                            
  6.  79:25 FSU  Marta Bakowska-Mathews    Carson Pickett            cross from left with a forceful header into the goal                       


  1 2 Total
MISS VALLEY STATE
0
0
0
FLORIDA STATE
3
3
6

FLORIDA STATE 3, TEXAS TECH 2
11/16/2012, TALLAHASSEE, FL, 2OT, NCAA

From the FSU Website, seminoles.com.

McCarty's Goal Lifts FSU Soccer into Sweet 16.

The redshirt senior forward's second goal pushed FSU past Texas Tech in the second overtime.

TALLAHASSEE, FL - Senior forward Tiffany McCarty's golden goal in double overtime lifted the Florida State women's soccer team past Texas Tech, 3-2, and into the "Sweet 16" for the eight consecutive year on Friday night at the Seminole Soccer Complex.

The fourth-ranked and No. 1-seeded Seminoles (18-3-0) won for the 16th consecutive time at home and will host No. 15 Texas A&M for a berth in the Elite Eight on Sunday at 1 p.m. The Aggies defeated Oakland, 3-0, in Friday's earlier second round matchup at the Soccer Complex.

McCarty finished with two goals, while Wys made four saves and set an FSU record for most career NCAA Tournament wins by a goalkeeper with her ninth.

Florida State has now won 10 straight second round contests dating back to 2001.

McCarty's game-winner came in 104th minute after classmate Casey Short found her in the center of the box 14 yards from the goal. McCarty turned and whipped a rocket into the right corner of the net passed the outstretched arms of Texas Tech keeper Victoria Esson.

"I'm just happy to move on to the next game," McCarty said. "I'm a senior, so it flashes before your eyes. I kind of took a deep breath and I'm glad we're on to the next round."

The Seminoles battered the Red Raiders all game with 10 shots in the second half with only one making it past Esson, opening the door for Big 12 Rookie of the Year Janine Beckie's game-tying goal in the 88th minute.

With the Noles ahead 2-1, Allie Murphy found Beckie for a header that sent the game to overtime.

There, FSU took care of business to move on for the sixth time in seven all-time overtime contests in the NCAA Tournament.

"That was the message we kept giving them at halftime and going into the overtime - `Patience, patience and it will come,'" Krikorian said. "Be deliberate in the way we play and we didn't show our emotion a whole lot. We wanted to use our skill and crafts and at the end of the day it worked out well for us."

McCarty's first goal of the game broke a 1-1 tie in the 66th minute. The Laurel, Md., native took a pass from sophomore midfielder Dagny Brynjarsdottir on the right side, did a few quick dribbles and blasted the ball into the left side of the net.

The Seminoles continued to batter Esson with shots throughout the final 20 minutes in search of an insurance goal they would later need.

Sophomore forward Jamia Fields' shot went too high in the 73rd minute and her try from 12 yards out in the 78th was saved by Esson.

Freshman midfielder Michaela Hahn also had two chances in the 78th minute, but neither found the back of the net.

McCarty almost had another goal in the 80th minute and then worked to find a wide open Jessica Price, also redshirt senior, in the 87th minute. Price's kick sailed high, however.

Texas Tech (16-6-1) scored first in the match, when Beckie took a pass from Jessica Fuston and her cross deflected into the goal.

The Seminoles tied the game up, 1-1, at 39:15 when sophomore midfielder Marta Bakowska-Mathews hit the upper-left corner of the net for her second goal of the NCAA Tournament as well as her career.

 
POS ##        NAME               MIN SH SOG  G  A YC RC GW PK ATT
=== == ========================= === == === == == == == == == ===
GK  19 Kelsey Wys                110  0   0  0  0                
D    2 Ines Jaurena              110  1   0  0  0                
D    3 Casey Short               110  0   0  0  1                
MF   4 Jamia Fields               99  2   1  0  0                
F    6 Jessica Price              83  1   0  0  0                
MF   7 Dagny Brynjarsdottir      110  2   0  0  1                
D    9 Kassey Kallman            110  1   0  0  0                
D   13 Kristin Grubka            110  2   0  0  0                
F   14 Tiffany McCarty            90  6   4  2  0        1       
MF  15 Tiana Brockway             98  1   0  0  0                
MF  18 Hikaru Murakami           110  1   0  0  0                
       ---Substitutes---
     8 Michaela Hahn              29  2   2  0  0                
    16 Carson Pickett             27  0   0  0  0                
    21 Marta Bakowska-Mathews     11  1   1  1  0                
                          =======================================
11     FSU                           20   8  3  2        1       
       Opp                           10   6  2  2                

 
       Goalie             Minutes GA Saves W L T SO
========================= ======= == ===== = = = ==
Kelsey Wys                 110:00  2    4  1       
                          =========================
FSU                        110:00  2    4  1       
Opp                        110:00  3    4    1     
 
Scoring Summary
Goal  Time  Team Goal Scorer               Assists                   Description
==== ====== ==== ========================= ========================= =========================
  1.  14:45 Opp  Opponent                  Opponent                  turnover cross defelcted in                                                
  2.  39:15 FSU  Marta Bakowska-Mathews                              turnover in the 18 and shot in the upper left corner                       
  3.  65:05 FSU  Tiffany McCarty           Dagny Brynjarsdottir      pass from the middle to 14 who dribbles past the 18 and into corner        
  4.  87:51 Opp  Opponent                  Opponent                  15 from the left side found a head in the center                           
  5. 103:57 FSU  Tiffany McCarty           Casey Short               pass from short in the center 14slips it into right corner                 


  1 2 OT O2 Total
TEXAS TECH
1
1
0
0
2
FLORIDA STATE
1
1
0
1
3

FLORIDA STATE 4, TEXAS A&M 0
11/18/2012, TALLAHASSEE, FL, NCAA, Sweet 16

From the FSU Website, seminoles.com.

FSU Rolls Past Texas A&M, 4-0.

The Seminoles advance to the Elite Eight for the eighth year in a row.

TALLAHASSEE, FL - Top-seeded Florida State advanced to the Elite Eight of the NCAA Tournament for the eighth year in a row after defeating Texas A&M, 4-0, Sunday afternoon inside the Seminole Soccer Complex.

Four different Seminoles (19-3-0) found the back of the net on Sunday as the Garnet & Gold scored two goals in each half to move their home win streak to 17 in a row - one shy of the school record of 18 set over two seasons from 2008 to 2009. FSU is now 26-1-0 all-time on its home turf during NCAA Tournament play.

Dagny Brynjarsdottir and Tiffany McCarty paced the Florida State offense in the win over the Aggies on Sunday with three points apiece on a goal and an assist. The Seminole duo has combined to score 12 goals over the last five games.

Isabella Schmid returned to the starting line-up and found a great time to score her first collegiate goal as her score was good for the eventual game-winner. Jamia Fields added the fourth and final goal of the afternoon, while Jessica Price, Ines Jaurena and Carson Pickett all picked up assists in the win over the Aggies (19-5-1).

The Seminole defense was solid once again in the win as Texas A&M managed just three shots on frame the entire 90 minutes of play. Kelsey Wys and Taylor Vancil each saw time between the posts, while Wys recorded three saves in over 81 minutes of play. The shutout was FSU's 16th of the season and second of the postseason.

Florida State struck first on Sunday on Schmid's first career goal in the 17th minute which gave the Seminoles a 1-0 lead. Price made a great run down toward the end line and was able to keep the ball in play stopping the ball on the line. With a clear lane in front, Price sent a pass back up toward the top of the box that Schmid ran in on and one-timed a shot from just inside the left corner of the 18-yard box into the upper right corner of the net for the goal.

The Seminoles added to their lead just over five minutes later when Brynjarsdottir one-timed a cross from McCarty to give FSU a two-goal advantage. Jaurena began the scoring play sending a through ball to McCarty, who beat her defender down toward the end line. The redshirt senior sent a beautiful ball across the mouth of the goal as Brynjarsdottir timed her run perfectly one-timing the cross into the back of the net from close range for her ninth goal of the season.

Texas A&M attempted to cut the deficit in half in the 33rd minute when Kelley Monogue flicked a shot on goal following a flip throw by Karlie Mueller, but Wys was there on the near post for the save.

The Aggies continued to apply pressure on the Seminoles just under two minutes later as a header by Chelsea Jones caromed off the crossbar following Texas A&M's only corner kick of the first half.

Both teams went into the locker room taking five shots, while the Seminoles held a slight 2-1 advantage in corner kicks.

Texas A&M recorded the first shot on goal in the second half when Monogue fired a long distance shot that was easily handled by Wys in the 53rd minute.

Less than two minutes later, Florida State returned the favor with its first scoring threat of the second half. Kristin Grubka headed a shot off a throw-in by Price but Mueller was there with a header of her own to save the ball from going inside the right post.

FSU took a 3-0 lead on McCarty's team leading 15th goal of the season in the 71st minute. Brynjarsdottir slipped a beautiful pass between two Aggie defenders that McCarty ran in on. With Aggie keeper Jordan Day charging on the play, McCarty slipped the ball to her left to avoid the diving Day leaving the Laurel, Md., native with a wide open shot on goal. McCarty buried it to give the Seminoles a three-goal advantage.

Fields closed out the scoring in the 76th minute finding the back of the net for her third goal of the season. The scoring play began on the left side of the pitch where Carson Pickett sent a low-lining pass back up to the top of the 18-yard box. Fields made a touch to her left and then blasted a low shot that deflected off the leg of Day and inside the right post for the goal.

The Seminole defense clamped down on the Aggies late allowing just one Texas A&M shot over the final 14 minutes of play.

Fields and Brynjarsdottir lead Florida State with three shots each, while Monogue paced the Aggies with a game-high five shots.

 
POS ##        NAME               MIN SH SOG  G  A YC RC GW PK ATT
=== == ========================= === == === == == == == == == ===
GK  19 Kelsey Wys                 82  0   0  0  0                
D    2 Ines Jaurena               90  0   0  0  1                
D    3 Casey Short                90  0   0  0  0                
MF   4 Jamia Fields               66  3   1  1  0                
F    6 Jessica Price              37  1   0  0  1                
MF   7 Dagny Brynjarsdottir       82  3   1  1  1                
D    9 Kassey Kallman             90  0   0  0  0                
MF  11 Isabella Schmid            65  1   1  1  0        1       
D   13 Kristin Grubka             90  2   1  0  0                
F   14 Tiffany McCarty            59  1   1  1  1                
MF  15 Tiana Brockway             71  0   0  0  0                
       ---Substitutes---
     1 Taylor Vancil               8  0   0  0  0                
     8 Michaela Hahn              31  1   0  0  0                
    12 Dria Hampton                6  0   0  0  0                
    16 Carson Pickett             53  1   0  0  1                
    18 Hikaru Murakami            37  0   0  0  0                
    20 Nora Kervroedan             8  0   0  0  0                
    21 Marta Bakowska-Mathews     24  0   0  0  0                
                          =======================================
11     FSU                        90 13   5  4  5        1       
       Opp                        90  9   3  0  0  1             

 
       Goalie             Minutes GA Saves W L T SO
========================= ======= == ===== = = = ==
Kelsey Wys                  81:41  0    3  1       
Taylor Vancil                8:19  0    0          
Team                         0:00                 1
                          =========================
FSU                         90:00  0    3  1      1
Opp                         90:00  4    0    1     
 
Scoring Summary
Goal  Time  Team Goal Scorer               Assists                   Description
==== ====== ==== ========================= ========================= =========================
  1.  16:15 FSU  Isabella Schmid           Jessica Price             pass from 9, 6 works along the side and one-touch into goal                
  2.  21:45 FSU  Dagny Brynjarsdottir      Tiffany McCarty           pass to the right crossed and finished                                     
                                           Ines Jaurena
  3.  70:49 FSU  Tiffany McCarty           Dagny Brynjarsdottir      pass from middle move around keeper for open goal                          
  4.  75:48 FSU  Jamia Fields              Carson Pickett            worked from the left side one time into net from the right                 


  1 2 Total
TEXAS A&M
0
0
0
FLORIDA STATE
2
2
4

FLORIDA STATE 1, NOTRE DAME 0
11/23/2012, TALLAHASSEE, FL, NCAA, Elite 8

From the FSU Website, seminoles.com.

FSU College Cup Bound!

Tiffany McCarty scored the lone goal in the second half to advance FSU to its sixth College Cup in school history.

TALLAHASSEE, FL - Tiffany McCarty's goal in the 53rd minute was all top-seeded Florida State needed Friday night as the Seminoles defeated Notre Dame, 1-0, in front of a packed crowd of 2,019 inside the Seminole Soccer Complex.

With the win, FSU (20-3-0) advances to the College Cup for the second year in a row and sixth time in school history. The Seminoles will face Penn State, who defeated Duke 1-0, in one semifinal on Friday, November 30 in San Diego, Calif.

After a scoreless first half that featured Florida State out shooting Notre Dame 8-3 and both goalkeepers making two saves a piece, the Fighting Irish came out of the break and forced the offensive pressure with two quick shots in the first three minutes of action.

But the Seminoles switched the field and got a great look on goal when McCarty sent a pass across the 18-yard box to a wide open Jessica Price, who one-timed a blast right into the back of a Notre Dame defender.

The Seminoles would finally break through with the game's only goal less than four minutes later when McCarty found the back of the net on a header following a passing combination from Price and Dagny Brynjarsdottir. On a Seminole throw-in, Price heaved the ball into the 18-yard box that Brynjarsdottir headed toward the near post. McCarty battled for position and won the ball redirecting the pass with a header of her own that sailed passed Irish keeper Elyse Hight and into the back of the net.

The goal for McCarty was her ninth in the last six games and sixth of the NCAA Tournament. The assist for both Brynjarsdottir and Price was their third of the post season.

Notre Dame went right back on the offensive following the Florida State goal, but the Seminole backline of Ines Jaurena, Kristin Grubka, Kassey Kallman and Casey Short were up for the challenge blocking shot after shot by the Irish. Of the 11 shots taken by the Fighting Irish in the second half, five were blocked and four others were saved by Kelsey Wys. The Seminole goalkeeper finished the night with six saves including a key stop late in the first half.

With less than two minutes remaining before halftime, Notre Dame's Taylor Schneider fired a shot from the right corner of the 18-yard box that deflected off a Seminole defender and was headed toward the left post, but Wys made an outstanding diving save getting just enough of her hand on the ball to redirect the shot to the left post and out of bounds.

McCarty came within inches of giving the Seminoles a two-goal lead in the 82nd minute when her shot from about 20 yards caromed off the crossbar.

Florida State finished the game with a 15-14 advantage in shots, while taking nine corners to Notre Dame's five. McCarty led all players with five shots. Notre Dame's Cari Roccaro tallied four shots including three on goal.

The shutout Friday night was the Seminoles' 17th of the year and third of the NCAA Tournament. Notre Dame's Hight finished with four saves.

The win extended Florida State's home win streak to 18 straight - tying the all-time school record set in 2008-09. The Seminoles improved to 27-1-0 when playing at home in the NCAA Tournament. It also marked the second win all-time over the Fighting Irish and first since a 3-2 victory in the 2007 College Cup semifinals in College Station, Texas.

The Seminoles also tied the school record for wins following Friday night's victory as the Garnet & Gold improved to 20-3-0 all-time.

The crowd of 2,019 was the third largest this year, fourth largest crowd all-time to watch a game inside the Seminole Soccer Complex and the largest crowd to witness an NCAA Women's Soccer Tournament game in Tallahassee.

 
POS ##        NAME               MIN SH SOG  G  A YC RC GW PK ATT
=== == ========================= === == === == == == == == == ===
GK  19 Kelsey Wys                 90  0   0  0  0                
D    2 Ines Jaurena               90  0   0  0  0                
D    3 Casey Short                90  0   0  0  0                
MF   4 Jamia Fields               90  1   0  0  0                
F    6 Jessica Price              59  1   0  0  1                
MF   7 Dagny Brynjarsdottir       90  2   0  0  1                
D    9 Kassey Kallman             90  1   1  0  0                
MF  11 Isabella Schmid            90  1   1  0  0                
D   13 Kristin Grubka             90  2   0  0  0                
F   14 Tiffany McCarty            79  5   2  1  0        1       
MF  15 Tiana Brockway             67  0   0  0  0                
       ---Substitutes---
     8 Michaela Hahn              11  0   0  0  0                
    16 Carson Pickett             31  2   1  0  0                
    18 Hikaru Murakami            23  0   0  0  0                
    21 Marta Bakowska-Mathews      0  0   0  0  0                
                          =======================================
11     FSU                        90 15   5  1  2        1       
       Opp                        90 14   6  0  0                

 
       Goalie             Minutes GA Saves W L T SO
========================= ======= == ===== = = = ==
Kelsey Wys                  90:00  0    6  1      1
                          =========================
FSU                         90:00  0    6  1      1
Opp                         90:00  1    4    1     
 
Scoring Summary
Goal  Time  Team Goal Scorer               Assists                   Description
==== ====== ==== ========================= ========================= =========================
  1.  52:03 FSU  Tiffany McCarty           Dagny Brynjarsdottir      redirect off header following throw-in                                     
                                           Jessica Price


  1 2 Total
NOTRE DAME
0
0
0
FLORIDA STATE
0
1
1

PENN STATE 2, FLORIDA STATE 1
11/30/2012, OT, NCAA, College Cup, Final Four, San Diego, Ca

From the FSU Website, seminoles.com.

FSU Falls To Penn State In OT.

The Seminoles finish the season with 20 wins to tie a school record.

SAN DIEGO, CA - Florida State (20-4-0) saw its season come to a close Friday night in San Diego as the Seminoles fell to Penn State (21-3-2) 2-1 in overtime in the first semifinal of the 2012 College Cup inside Torero Stadium on the campus of the University of San Diego.

Trailing by a goal until the final minute of regulation, Florida State found the equalizer with 41 seconds left to play in the game when Tiffany McCarty headed in a cross from Kristin Grubka that trickled inside of the left netting to even the score at 1-1 and force overtime.

The goal was the second latest game-tying goal in school history coming just five seconds shy of the record set by Tori Huster when she forced overtime at Virginia in 2011.

After battling for possession of the ball with two Nittany Lion players along the right sideline, Grubka gained control and dribbled toward the goal before lofting a cross into the middle of the box. McCarty was on the receiving end of the cross flicking a header inside the left post for the score. The goal was McCarty's team leading 17th of the season and 10th in the last seven games.

Penn State answered right back with the game-winner just a minute and 12 seconds into the first overtime when Christine Nairn found the back of the net for the golden goal sending the Nittany Lions into Sunday's championship game.

The loss was the first for the Seminoles in eight overtime appearances in the NCAA Tournament as FSU fell to 5-1-2 all-time.

PSU took advantage of its first offensive possession in overtime as the ball was played over to the right side of the field to Maddy Evans. The senior midfielder fired a pass from the right wing inside the 18-yard box to Nairn, who one-timed the cross inside the right post for the game-winner.

The loss put a close to an outstanding season for the Seminoles, who finished the year tying a school record with 20 wins. It also brought to a close the career of seven outstanding seniors which included McCarty, Jessica Price, Casey Short, Tiana Brockway, Ines Jaurena, Taylor Vancil and Dria Hampton.

Jaurena and Short paced a defense that ranked nationally in shutout percentage and goals against average all season long. McCarty will leave as the school record holder in 12 offensive categories including points (150) and goals scored (63). Price will leave as the all-time assist leader in FSU history with 35, while Brockway ranks in the top 10 in game appearances and starts with 95 and 94, respectively. As a whole, this year's senior class posted a career record of 90-25-6 and will leave Florida State with two ACC regular season titles, an ACC Tournament championship and two College Cup appearances.

McCarty, Dagny Brynjarsdottir and Jamia Fields paced the Seminole offense on Friday with three shots a piece, while Nairn led Penn State with four shots.

Kelsey Wys played the entire match between the posts finishing with four saves as the junior goalkeeper fell to 19-4-0 on the year.

Maya Hayes gave the Nittany Lions the lead in the 57th minute putting away an initial shot from Mallory Weber that deflected off Wys as she raced to tap the ball inside the right post to give Penn State 1-0 lead.

Florida State came out of the gates on the offensive and had a great look in the early minutes of the game as Jaurena sent a beautiful ball across the 18-yard box that Brynjarsdottir just missed connecting on with a diving header from close range.

Penn State nearly grabbed the early lead in the 17th minute when a shot by Nairn from the left side of the 18-yard box was saved by Wys but went through the hands of the Seminole keeper. Luckily for the Noles, Wys got just enough of the ball as it trickled wide of the right post and out of bounds. The Seminoles were able to defend the ensuring corner kick and keep the game scoreless.

Jaurena forced Erin McNulty into a diving save in the 40th minute after a shot by the French native was deflected off a Nittany Lion defender. The ball slowly trickled toward the right post, but the PSU keeper dove to her right to secure the ball.

The two teams went into the locker room knotted at zero as Florida State outshot Penn State 5-4. The Seminoles also held the edge in corner kicks at 3-2, while Wys made the lone save. Brynjarsdottir and Nairn led all players with two shots a piece. The scoreless first half was the second for the Seminoles this postseason.

The first good scoring opportunity of the second half belonged to Penn State as Maya Hayes slipped in behind the Seminole defense. But Grubka recovered nicely deflecting the ball away from Hayes and out of harm's way.

McCarty registered the first shot of the second half for the Seminoles taking a give-and-go from Brynjarsdottir, sending the ball just over the cross bar.

After Hayes scored the game's first goal, the Seminoles came right back with a great look on goal when McCarty out raced the Nittany Lion defense running onto a punt from Wys. The senior forward settled the ball inside the 18-yard box and passed off to a streaking Fields. Fields dribbled across the box before firing a shot on goal that was save by Erin McNulty.

Brynjarsdottir came within inches of tying the game at one in the 76th minute when the Icelandic native ran in on a pass from Fields and one-timed a shot from the right side of the box that sailed just wide of the left post.

Florida State put together back-to-back shots in the 80th minute when McCarty made a nice moved down toward the end line to evade two Nittany Lion defenders. She turned back toward the goal and fired a shot that McNulty was able to save with her right hand. The deflection went out to Jaurena who timed a shot high and out of play.

 
POS ##        NAME               MIN SH SOG  G  A YC RC GW PK ATT
=== == ========================= === == === == == == == == == ===
GK  19 Kelsey Wys                 91  0   0  0  0                
D    2 Ines Jaurena               91  2   0  0  0                
D    3 Casey Short                91  2   0  0  0  1             
MF   4 Jamia Fields               91  3   2  0  0                
F    6 Jessica Price              59  0   0  0  0                
MF   7 Dagny Brynjarsdottir       91  3   0  0  0                
D    9 Kassey Kallman             91  0   0  0  0                
MF  11 Isabella Schmid            91  1   0  0  0                
D   13 Kristin Grubka             91  0   0  0  1                
F   14 Tiffany McCarty            76  3   2  1  0                
MF  15 Tiana Brockway             72  0   0  0  0                
       ---Substitutes---
     8 Michaela Hahn              16  0   0  0  0                
    16 Carson Pickett             32  0   0  0  0                
    18 Hikaru Murakami            19  0   0  0  0                
                          =======================================
11     FSU                        91 14   4  1  1  1             
       Opp                        91  2   2  2  2        1       

 
       Goalie             Minutes GA Saves W L T SO
========================= ======= == ===== = = = ==
Kelsey Wys                  91:12  2    4    1     
                          =========================
FSU                         91:12  2    4    1     
Opp                         91:12  1    3  1       
 
Scoring Summary
Goal  Time  Team Goal Scorer               Assists                   Description
==== ====== ==== ========================= ========================= =========================
  1.  56:21 Opp  Opponent                  Opponent                  16 shot on goal blocked right to 5 who tapped it in                        
  2.  89:19 FSU  Tiffany McCarty           Kristin Grubka            cross from 13, header into far left corner by 14                           
  3.  91:12 Opp  Opponent                  Opponent                  long pass from right wing into box, tapped in from 6 yards out             


  1 2 OT Total
FLORIDA STATE
0
1
0
1
PENN STATE
0
1
1
2