Duke’s Kara Wilson, third from right, Toni Payne, second from right, and Duke’s Malinda Allen, right. celebrate after Payne scored a goal to seal a win over Florida State in an NCAA Women's College Cup soccer semifinal in Cary, N.C., Friday, Dec. 4, 2015. Duke won the game 2-0. (AP Photo/Ben McKeown)
Duke’s Kara Wilson, third from right, Toni Payne, second from right, and Duke’s Malinda Allen, right. celebrate after Payne scored a goal to seal a win over Florida State in an NCAA Women's College Cup soccer semifinal in Cary, N.C., Friday, Dec. 4, 2015. Duke won the game 2-0. (AP Photo/Ben McKeown) Ben McKeown AP
Duke’s Kara Wilson, third from right, Toni Payne, second from right, and Duke’s Malinda Allen, right. celebrate after Payne scored a goal to seal a win over Florida State in an NCAA Women's College Cup soccer semifinal in Cary, N.C., Friday, Dec. 4, 2015. Duke won the game 2-0. (AP Photo/Ben McKeown) Ben McKeown AP

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