Florida State finishes the season with a 22-1-2 record overall. The Seminoles allowed only one goal during their postseason run, and that was on a penalty kick in the second round of a 5-1 win over SMU.
BYU came into the match on Monday night as the highest-scoring team in the country. But the Cougars barely had any legitimate chances against the stout FSU defense, managing just four shots on goal in 110 minutes of action.
The Seminoles struggled to get clean looks as well during regulation, and though it seemed like they controlled the action for much of the second half, that breakthrough goal never came.
So, the national championship was settled in PKs for the third straight year.
And this time, Florida State was the one celebrating.
For the season, FSU outscored its opponents 66-13 and recorded 14 shutouts.