UC San Diego Women's Soccer Heads to NCAA Semifinals
WALNUT CREEK - The UC San Diego women's soccer team will be heading to Georgia for the NCAA Semifinals after defeating Colorado School of Mines on Sunday.
The fifth-ranked Tritons advanced past No. 15 Colorado School of Mines in penalty kicks after both teams were unable to score in the regulated 90-minutes and the two 10-minute overtime periods.
True freshman, Kelcie Brodsky saved three of Colorado School of Mines chances to allow UC San Diego to edge CSM, 6-5.
Senior, Alexa Enlow was the individual that placed the final ball in the back of the net, to hand the Tritons the semifinal berth.
UCSD now advances to the NCAA Semifinals against Grand Valley State, the Midwest Region champion, the 2009 and 2010 national champion and 2011 national runner-up.
Blanchard Woods Park in Evans, Ga., is playing host to the final two rounds of the 2012 championship, Nov. 29-Dec. 1. UCSD lost to GVSU, 4-0, in Louisville, Ky., in the 2010 title match.