ACC Women’s Soccer: Brynjarsdottir and Bohaboy Named ACC Co-Players of the Week

Last week’s results help Florida State and Notre Dame to secure berths in the ACC Championship

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GREENSBORO, N.C. ( – Florida State senior midfielder Dagny Brynjarsdottir and Notre Dame senior forward Lauren Bohaboy have been named ACC Women’s Soccer Co-Players of the Week, announced Tuesday by the league. 

Brynjarsdottir scored three goals over a two-match road swing in leading the second-ranked Seminoles to a 1-1 tie at No. 5 North Carolina and a 4-0 win at NC State. The senior from Hella, Iceland, played all 110 minutes in the double overtime draw at Fetzer Field and came off the bench for 55 minutes in the shutout of the Wolfpack. Against the Tar Heels, Brynjarsdottir tallied the first goal of the match in the 32nd minute and followed that performance by scoring Florida State’s final two goals in the 38th and 63rd minute to down NC State. 

Brynjarsdottir ranks third in the ACC and leads Florida State with 27 points on 12 goals and three assists. 
Bohaboy was responsible for both of the Fighting Irish’s goals in 1-0 wins over No. 20/20 Clemson and Louisville. The senior from Mission Viejo, California, scored an unassisted goal in the 27th minute against the Tigers and celebrated senior day in style with a strike in the ninth minute against the Cardinals. Bohaboy leads all Notre Dame players with seven goals, including three game winners this season. 

Florida State and Notre Dame each have secured berths in the ACC Women’s Soccer Championship which will be held Nov. 7 and 9 at UNCG Soccer Stadium in Greensboro, N.C. Seeds for all four teams will be announced on Sunday, Nov. 2, following the conclusion of the regular season.
Florida State (No. 2) and Notre Dame (No. 7) are two of four ACC teams ranked in the top seven of the latest Soccer America Top 25 release on Tuesday. Virginia and North Carolina, which join the Seminoles and the Fighting Irish in the Championship field, are ranked No. 4 and 5, respectively. Virginia Tech at No. 15 and Clemson at No. 22 round out the ACC’s contingent of six teams ranked in the Top 25.