Women’s soccer reaches final four again

SCU reached its 10th College Cup and made it to the semifinal match, where it lost 1-0 to Notre Dame in Cary, N.C. The Broncos’ road to the final four included an 1-0 overtime victory over defending national champion and top-seeded North Carolina, which hadn’t lost a match all year. Santa Clara, which won a national championship in 2001 and was runner-up in 2002, finished the season 18-5-2. Senior Leslie Osborne was named the nation’s top female college soccer player, becoming the third Bronco to win the honor.

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