Defending national champion Florida State will play Duke in the women's soccer College Cup semifinals Friday in Cary, N.C.
Florida State (18-2-4) beat Texas A&M 5-0 on Saturday to reach the College Cup for the fifth season in a row and the ninth time overall. Duke (13-5-5) advanced with a 3-2 penalty-kick shootout victory over Stanford on Sunday. The Seminoles and Blue Devils meet at 7:30 p.m. Friday.
In the other semifinal, Rutgers (19-3-3) faces Penn State (20-3-2), which beat West Virginia 2-0 on Sunday. That match is 5 p.m. Friday. Rutgers advanced by beating top-ranked Virginia 7-6 on penalty kicks Saturday after regulation ended in a scoreless tie.
Both semifinals will be televised by ESPNU.
FSU is riding a postseason scoreless streak of 900 minutes, an NCAA record, dating to the 2013 College Cup and encompassing its past 10 NCAA postseason games. The Seminoles surpassed North Carolina's 2003-04 streak of 829:31.