March 3, 2013
TALLAHASSEE, Fla. - The Florida State women's soccer team defeated Miami, 4-1, in a spring exhibition Saturday afternoon as four different players scored a goal to run the Seminoles' record to 1-0-1 this spring.
The Seminoles cracked the scoreboard first on Saturday as Dagny Brynjarsdottir found Nora Kervroëdan for the goal to give FSU a 1-0 lead.
Miami tied the match at 1-1 finding the back of the net on a set piece. But the Noles would answer right back to take the lead for good on a goal by McClung. Kristin Grubka created the scoring play as she dribbled forward and set a cross to McClung, who one-timed the pass for the goal and a 2-1 advantage.
McClung and Sarkisian would pair up for FSU's third goal of the afternoon to give the Seminoles a two-goal lead. McClung slotted Sarkisian, who ran on and found the back of the net for the goal.
Jamia Fields closed out the scoring on Saturday finishing on a wide open net after taking a beautiful pass from Sarkisian that faked out the Hurricane goalkeeper.