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BYU Beats Michigan State 3-1, Advances to NCAA Women’s Soccer Quarterfinals

Key points:

  • Fifth-seeded Michigan State fell 3-1 to top-seeded BYU in the NCAA Women's Soccer Tournament Third Round.
  • The Spartans finish their season with a 14-5-3 record and a second-consecutive Big Ten title.
  • BYU advances to the NCAA quarterfinals.

BYU’s women’s soccer team secured a 3-1 victory over Michigan State, advancing to the NCAA quarterfinals. The Spartans’ historic season ends with a 14-5-3 record after a second-consecutive Big Ten title and their first NCAA Third Round appearance. Despite an early goal by Michigan State’s Gabby Mueller, BYU’s offensive drive sealed the win. Coach Jeff Hosler praised the team’s growth in uncharted territory, with goalkeeper Kaitlyn Parks also delivering a strong performance. BYU’s 19-2-3 record secures their place in the NCAA quarterfinals on Nov. 24 and 25.

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No. 20 Women's Soccer Concludes Season in NCAA Third Round