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NCAA women's soccer semifinals: Florida State Seminoles vs. Stanford Cardinal

NCAA women's soccer semifinals

Who: Florida State vs. Stanford

When/where: 5 p.m. today; Kennesaw, Ga.

TV: ESPNU

Notable: The Seminoles (18-6-1), ranked No. 9 in the coaches' poll, have reached the semifinals for the fifth time since 2003. … They are led by Tiffany McCarty, who has scored 18 goals. … No. 1 Stanford (22-0-1) is led by Lindsay Taylor, who has scored 19 goals. Goalie Emily Oliver has allowed four goals over 20 starts with 56 saves. … Three of the four teams in the semifinals are from the ACC. No. 3 Duke (21-3-1) plays No. 6 Wake Forest (18-3-4) in the second semifinal. … The final is at 1 p.m Sunday.

Times staff

NCAA women's soccer semifinals: Florida State Seminoles vs. Stanford Cardinal 12/01/11 [Last modified: Thursday, December 1, 2011 9:51pm]
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