Penn State women advance to first NCAA title game
The Penn State women’s soccer (21-3-2) team will be appearing in its first ever NCAA National Championship game after senior midfielder Christine Nairn tapped in the game-winner just 1:12 into overtime Friday to give Penn State a 2-1 win over Florida State. The Nittany Lions are just the second Big Ten team to play for the national title, the first being the 1991 Wisconsin Badgers.
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Penn State will face the winner of the Stanford-North Carolina semifinal at 4 p.m. ET Sunday.
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