Sunday, January 16 2022

Florida State goalkeeper Cristina Roque made four saves.

“We knew that Rutgers was going to be a great team and we had to stay patient throughout the course of the game, and I thought we did a good job of that,” Howell said. “We were a little sloppy in the first half, but came out composed in the second half and we knew that things were going to open up if we played together and had patience. So when that goal came, I was just excited to contribute.”

Rutgers, the Big Ten regular-season champion, was making its first College Cup appearance since 2015. The fifth-ranked Scarlet Knights advanced to the semifinals on penalties after a 2-2 draw with Arkansas.

“We’ve had a great year. They were brilliant tonight, created chances, executed a game plan and worked hard as a team,” Rutgers coach Mike O’Neill said. “We talk about being 28 strong, and we were 28 strong this evening and left nothing on the field. So disappointed in the result, but it’s been a historic year and I’m very, very proud.”

Florida State made it to last season’s College Cup final, which was played in May after the coronavirus pandemic postponed the 2020 season. Santa Clara won the title on penalties after a 1-1 draw.

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