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No. 9 Soccer Opens ACC Play Versus Wake Forest Wednesday At Noon
Courtesy: Seminoles.com
Release: 11/01/2003
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Nov. 1, 2003

Tallahassee, FL - The 2003 ACC regular season wrapped up Saturday and when all was said and done, the ninth-ranked Seminoles (11-6-1, 4-2-1) ended up in unchartered territory. With Virginia's 2-1 loss to Clemson, FSU ended the year in second place in the ACC all alone with a 4-2-1 record. The second place finish is the highest in the history of the Seminole soccer program.

This is the third straight season head coach Patrick Baker has led his Seminoles to a finish in the top half of the nation's best women's soccer conference. In 2001, the Tribe finished third and played for the ACC Championship title. In 2002, the Seminoles finished fourth in the conference. Florida State has advanced to at least the ACC Championship semi-finals in two of the last three years.

Florida State will open the ACC Tournament Wednesday, November 5 at 12:00 pm versus Wake Forest (10-5-3, 1-4-2). The teams played to a scoreless tie earlier this year and their only meeting in the ACC Tournament came in the 2000 quarterfinals. That game was officially a 1-1 tie but the Seminoles advanced to the semi-finals by virtue of penalty kicks.

More information on the 2003 ACC Championships can be found at www.seminoles.com as soon as it is available.

FINAL ACC STANDINGS

North Carolina      18    0   0     7   0  0
Florida State       11    6   1     4   2  1
Clemson             11    5   2     4   3  0
Duke                12    5   1     4   3  0
Virginia            12    4   2     3   3  1
Maryland             9    7   1     2   5  0
Wake Forest         10    5   3     1   4  2
NC State             9    8   1     1   6  0

ACC Tournament Pairings

1) North Carolina vs 8) NC State
2) Florida State vs 7) Wake Forest
3) Clemson vs 6) Maryland
4) Duke vs 5) Virginia

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