It was one other disappointing week for Florida State soccer.
The Seminoles had been dealt with on Saturday by NC State in Raleigh, 38-22. FSU by no means led within the contest and fell behind 21-3 at halftime earlier than a few late scores.
NC State quarterback and FSU switch Bailey Hockman was stable with 265 yards passing and three touchdowns towards his former staff. Extensive receiver Thayer Thomas led the Wolfpack with 10 catches for 135 yards and two touchdowns.
The Seminoles trailed by as many as 26, however bought a few late landing passes from freshman quarterback Chubba Purdy, who was making his first profession begin. Purdy discovered Ontaria Wilson and Warren Thompson for scores throughout a 181-yard evening. Jashuan Corbin led FSU with 77 yards dashing and a landing within the loss.
For the seventh time in 10 years, Florida State soccer will play for the ACC Championship.
The highest-seeded Seminoles superior with shutouts of Notre Dame and Duke to open the ACC Match. FSU topped Notre Dame 2-0 on Tuesday earlier than blasting Duke on Friday evening, 4-0.
FSU will now transfer on to face North Carolina. It is going to be the second ACC Championship assembly between the groups in three years. The Seminoles received 3-2 two years in the past.
The groups will meet on Sunday in Cary, North Carolina at 12 p.m. ET. The competition will air dwell on ESPNU.
Report: 2-6 (1-6 ACC)
Previous Week: (0-1), misplaced to NC State on Saturday, 38-22
Upcoming: vs. Clemson (Saturday)
Weekly Commitments: None
2021 Recruiting Class Rating*: No. 21 nationally, fourth in ACC (16 complete commitments)*
Massive Image: Florida State’s disappointing season continued on Saturday evening with a loss at NC State. With the defeat, FSU is assured a 3rd straight shedding season.
Report: 10-0 (8-0 ACC)
Rating: No. 2 United Soccer Coaches, No. 1 seed ACC Match
Previous Week: (2-0), defeated No. 8 Notre Dame 2-0 on Tuesday (ACC Match quarterfinals), beat No. 5 Duke 4-0 on Friday (ACC Match semifinals).
Upcoming: vs. North Carolina (Sunday, ACC Championship)
Recognitions: Mark Krikorian (ACC Coach of the 12 months); Malia Berkely, D (ACC Defensive Participant of the 12 months, first-team All-ACC); Jaelin Howell, M (ACC Midfielder of the 12 months, first-team All-ACC); Yujie Zhao, M (first-team All-ACC); Emily Madril, D (second-team All-ACC); Clara Robbins, M (second-team All-ACC); Cristina Roque, GK (second-team All-ACC, ACC All-Freshman); Jenna Nighswonger, M (third-team All-ACC); Jody Brown, F (ACC All-Freshman); Kaitlyn Zipay, F (ACC All-Freshman)
Massive Image: FSU will play for a seventh ACC soccer title in 10 years on Sunday towards No. 2 seed North Carolina.
Swimming and Diving
Report: Males 2-0; Girls 1-1
Rating: Males No. 18 CSCAA
Previous Week: Males beat TCU 201.5-97.5 on Saturday; Girls beat TCU 212-88 on Friday
Upcoming: Georgia Invite (Wednesday via Friday)
Massive Image: Florida State bought the clear sweep over TCU over the weekend. The lads remained undefeated whereas the FSU ladies picked up their first win of the yr.
*247Sports Composite rankings
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