When Florida State and Virginia meet on Sunday, former high-scoring players like the Seminoles' Kristin Grubka and the Cavaliers' Emily Sonnett, who have transitioned to the back line, could hold the key to the game.
Heading into this weekend's College Cup, we know there will be a first-time champion this season in women's soccer. What we want to know is how anyone can slow down Virginia.
With the ACC claiming six of the remaining eight teams, the league has almost all the answers to our five burning questions for the NCAA women's soccer quarterfinals.
While Virginia and North Carolina battle it out on the pitch Sunday, the school's two stars, Morgan Brian and Crystal Dunn, will be teammates for the U.S. women's national team against Australia.
The Virginia women's soccer team has upped their offensive output this season. One likely reason is having All-American midfielder Morgan Brian for a majority of the season.
Ireland's Megan Campbell boosts Florida State's offense with her long throw-ins, part of the large global contingent on the Seminoles, the No. 6 team in our soccer power rankings.
Morgan Brian is trying to win a national championship with her Virginia teammates after having been a part of the U.S. team that won the U-20 World Cup.