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For the first time in 24 years, the NC State women’s soccer team had a player earn All-American honors as senior midfielder Tziarra King was named to the third team on Thursday night. The last player for women’s soccer to be named All-American was Thori Staples Bryan in 1995.

The NC State women’s soccer team will be facing the only undefeated team left in the country on Saturday in the Sweet 16 of the NCAA Championship as it faces BYU on its home field. The match is set to kick off at 8 p.m. on Saturday and will be in Provo, Utah at BYU’s home field.

Set-piece routines have been huge for the NC State women’s soccer team this season and the team’s NCAA Championship second-round match against third-seeded Arkansas was no exception as two defenders found the back of the net following set-piece routines en route to a 2-1 upset win.

Survive and advance. It is a term thrown around every time an NCAA championship or tournament comes around like it’s a football after Thanksgiving dinner. A term not often heard in the postseason: thrive and advance. But that is exactly what the NC State women’s soccer team did as it sunk Navy 3-0 in the first round of the NCAA Championship.

A program-best five players from the NC State women’s soccer team were selected for All-ACC honors this year. Senior forward Tziarra King was selected to the first team, the German trio of senior defender Krissi Schuster, senior midfielder Ricci Walkling and redshirt sophomore Lulu Guttenberger were all selected to the third team, and freshman forward Jameese Joseph was selected to the all-freshman team.