Jacks soccer takes two from UND

Jason Salzman/salzmanstudios.com: South Dakota State defender Gabby Vivier-Hannay fires a shot during the Jackrabbits’ 1-0 win over North Dakota in a Summit League matchup Friday at Fishback Soccer Park. SDSU beat UND 2-0 on Sunday.

BROOKINGS – South Dakota State beat North Dakota 2-0 on Sunday following a 1-0 triumph Friday in Summit League women’s soccer action at Fishback Soccer Park.

The Jackrabbits (10-0-4, 10-0-4) close the regular season at Western Illinois with matches Friday at 3 p.m. and Sunday at noon. The Summit League Women’s Soccer Championship is April 15 and 17 in Omaha.

The Fighting Hawks dropped to 5-7 (5-7)


 SDSU 2, UND 0

Eden Brooker scored 44 seconds out of intermission and Kayla Anderson added a goal in the 80th minute.

Kayla Wisniewski assisted on the go-ahead goal and Rachel Hewitt was credited with a helper on the insurance tally.

Taylor Lock, the starting goalkeeper, made one save in the opening half. Jocelyn Tanner stopped a trio of shots in the second.

The Jackrabbits outshot the Fighting Hawks 18-11, including 8-4 on goal.

UND’s Mara Yapello (60th minute) and SDSU’s Reagan Anderson (67th) were issued yellow cards, as the teams combined for 23 fouls.


 SDSU 1, UND 0, 2OT

Eden Brooker scored in the 104th minute to lift the Jackrabbits.

Kayla Wisniewski assisted on the game-winner – the third of the year for Brooker, including her second in overtime.

Taylor Lock got the start at goalkeeper and made one save in the first half. Jocelyn Tanner stopped a pair of shots over the remainder of the game.

SDSU outshot UND 13-6, including 4-3 on goal, and held a 10-0 advantage in corner kicks. Three of Brooker’s eight shots were on goal.

The Fighting Hawks’ Megan Schumacher (27th minute) and the Jackrabbits’ Maya Hansen (81st) were issued yellow cards.


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