Leilanni Nesbeth and her No. 2 Florida State Women's Soccer teammates dominated in a 6 - 0 win over Boston College in front of a near-capacity crowd at Seminole Soccer Complex.
This marks Florida State's fourth straight win over Boston College, and FSU has outscored them 16-1 in the last three meetings.
Florida State struck early in the first half with Jordynn Dudley scoring her eighth goal of the season in the sixth minute of play. Onyi Echegini and Jody Brown were credited with the assists. After an early start, neither team was able to get anything going until Kaitlyn Zipay scored her first goal of the season and just the third goal of her career in the 42nd minute of play. Florida State held a 7-3 shots advantage and a 2-1 advantage on corner kicks at the midway point.
Florida State came into the second half swinging as Dudley took a shot that hit off the top post and Beata Olsson had a great look just five minutes into the half. It did not take long for Florida State to convert as Nesbeth scored via a pass by Dudley which was followed by a goal from Taylor Huff assisted by Olsson, both coming ten minutes after the break.
Florida State continued the pressure and did not allow the Eagles any chances to make a comeback. FSU dominated in both the shooting game and possession, outshooting Boston College 24-4 with 17 of Florida State's shots coming in the second and holding possession of the ball for 66% of the game.