Jamia Fields’ goal lifts Florida State past Virginia 1-0 for first College Cup

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BOCA RATON, Fla. — Florida State won its first national championship Sunday with a 1-0 win against Virginia in the Women’s College Cup final.

2014 DI WOMEN’S COLLEGE CUP
FINAL
Maloof: Lessons from 2013 carry FSU to championship
Florida State 1, Virginia 0 | Box Highlights
Maloof: First-time winner to be crowned on Sunday
SEMIFINALS
Virginia 3, Texas A&M 1 | Box Highlights
Maloof: Virginia clears hurdle to reach final match
Florida State 1, Stanford 0 | Box Highlights
Maloof: College Cup teams eager to begin play
Maloof: Newcomer Texas A&M joins regulars
Brackets: InteractivePrintable

Florida State is the third school to win a national title without conceding a goal throughout the tournament.

The Seminoles were in their third championship game and 15th consecutive appearance in the NCAA tournament.

Jamia Fields scored the goal in the 83rd minute. All four of her goals this season came in the postseason.

Cheyna Williams was credited with an assist, her sixth of the season.

The first shot on goal in the match came just a minute before Fields’ goal when a penalty kick by the Seminoles’ Megan Campbell was saved by Morgan Stearns.

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