ALTAMONTE SPRINGS, Fla. -- Two-time defending NCAA Division II national champion Armstrong Atlantic earned its 11th consecutive berth into the national semifinals with a 5-0 win against NYIT on Thursday morning at Sanlando Park.

The Pirates (27-1) advance to face Saint Leo, 5-2 winners against No. 12 California (Pa.), in the semifinals, at 9 a.m. ET Friday. NYIT sees its season come to a close in the quarterfinals -- the furthest the Bears have ever gone in the postseason -- with a 25-6 record.

Final Recap Gallery
Finals: Barry holds on to beat Armstrong Atlantic
Maloof: Armstrong Atlantic gets players, fans worldwide
Semifinal Recap
Maloof: Young Barry squad meets old foe
Semis: Armstrong Atl. to play for third consecutive title
Semis: Barry gets past Hawaii Pacific 5-1
Quarterfinal Recap
Maloof: Saint Leo's coach Summerfield is one-of-a-kind
Quarters: Hawaii Pacific oulasts Columbus State
Quarters: Armstrong Atl. heads back to semifinals
Quarters: Saint Leo makes school history
Quarters: Barry tops Southwest Baptist
Round of 16 Recap
Round of 16: SW Baptist survives | Barry beats Ind. (Pa.)
Round of 16: Cal (Pa.) sweeps | Hawaii Pacific moves on
Round of 16: St. Leo survives | Columbus State wins
Round of 16: NYIT advances | Armstrong sweeps
Maloof: Saint Leo lives on after big win
Maloof: Barry, Armstrong Atlantic headline field
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Armstrong notched wins in all three doubles matches to take a commanding 3-0 lead heading into singles play. The duo of Aleksandra Filipovski and Barbora Krtickova defeated Alessia Rossetti and Justyna Krol 8-4 at No. 1 doubles, while the duo of Marlen Hacke and Olga Kalodzitsa downed Alexandra Borgenhoff and Sara Burinato 8-2 at No. 2 doubles. Carolina Prats-Millan and Clara Perez finished the doubles sweep with an 8-3 win against Gabriela Siembab and Claudia Sanchez Gonzalez at No. 3 doubles.

The Pirates then notched two quick straight-set singles wins to clinch the semifinals berth. Filipovski downed Burinato 6-0, 6-2 at No. 1 singles, then Hacke defeated Krol 6-1, 6-1 at No. 3 singles.

The two-time defending champions have won five of the past six national championships while advancing to the semifinals in 2011 -- the last time the championship was in Altamonte Springs. The Pirates won national titles in Altamonte Springs in 2005 and '10.