Women's Soccer College Cup National Semifinal: Boston College vs. Stanford (6:30 PM EDT, ESPNU)

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Stanford Cardinal (22-0-2) vs. Boston College Eagles (17-6-1)

What: 2010 NCAA Division I Women's Soccer Championship Semifinal Game 2
Time: 6:30 PM EDT
Date:
Friday, Dec. 3, 2010
Place:
 WakeMed Soccer Park, Cary, N.C.
TV: ESPNU

How BC Got Here: defeated Boston University (2-1), Hofstra (3-1), West Virginia (4-0), Washington (1-0 OT)
How Stanford Got Here: defeated Sacramento State (3-0), Santa Clara (2-1), UCLA (3-0), Florida State (5-0)

Series: Stanford leads the all-time series 2-0-1
Last Meeting: Boston College 1, Stanford 1 (August 20, 2010)

Game Previews and Notes: BCEagles.comNCAA.comHeraldGlobe

The BC women's soccer team is in the College Cup for the first time in program history, and are just two wins away from a National Championship. Standing in their way is a familiar foe, the 22-0-2 Stanford Cardinal. The Eagles opened at home against Stanford this season (a 1-1 tie) and were bounced from last year's NCAA's by the Cardinal in the quarterfinals.

You can catch the game on national TV. Cheer on the Eagles as they attempt to take home the National title. The game is on ESPNU starting at (approximately) 6:30 PM EDT, 45 minutes after the first semifinal between Notre Dame and Ohio State. 

Leave your thoughts on the game below. Go Eagles!

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