Women’s soccer fall short in upset bid vs. national champs

Women's soccer falls short vs. FSU

Syracuse and Florida State were scoreless until the second half, with the Orange only getting two shots on goal in the 1-0 loss.
Published: October 1, 2019
SU's Taylor Bennett (7), FSU's Deyna Castellanos (10) and SU's Jenna Tivnan (11) fight for the ball during the Sept 29 game.
SU's Taylor Bennett (7), FSU's Deyna Castellanos (10) and SU's Jenna Tivnan (11) battle for the ball during the Sunday's ACC game.

Syracuse women’s soccer team battled No. 6 Florida State for more than 70 minutes before the game’s only goal resulting in the Orange’s 1-0 loss Sunday to the defending NCAA champions.

FSU’s Deyna Castellanos scored in minute 72 off a pass from Yujie Zhao as the Seminole offense took 23 shots during the game compared to only two for SU.

The Orange (2-6-2) head to South Bend on Friday for a 7 p.m. game against Notre Dame.

SU goalie Lysianne Proulx (22) makes a save during the Sept 29 game vs FSU.
SU goalie Lysianne Proulx (22) makes one of her eight saves during Sunday's game against Florida State.

The lone goal of the afternoon scored by FSU's Deyna Castellanos (10) during the Sept 29 game vs FSU.

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