Florida State and North Carolina battled for ACC supremacy. The Tar Heels racked up more than 30 minutes in the attack zone in the first half. North Carolina out shot Florida State 4-1 in the first half and took an early 1-0 lead. The one goal would be the difference as North Carolina won the ACC championship 1-0.
"It was a well fought game. We came out a little slow in the first half. But second half I think we were playing with them, playing better than them. It was a rough game," said Amanda DaCosta, Mid Field, FSU.
"The first half we didn't move the ball as well as we should have and could have. Credit to Carolina for notching a goal and going in at half 1-0. The second half I thought we gained a much better rhythm in the game. A lot of nice attacking play," said Mark Krikorian, Head Coach, FSU.
The shutout loss snapped a 26-game goal scoring streak for the Seminoles. Now the team says it's time to focus their attention on the NCAA tournament. Some players say they hope they face UNC, so that they can get redemption.
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