SDSU soccer defeats NDSU, UND at home

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BROOKINGS – The South Dakota State soccer team improved its unbeaten streak to nine games over the weekend with two shutout wins over North Dakota State and North Dakota.

The Jacks are in first place in the Summit League with a 14-1-1 overall record and 5-0-1 record in conference play.


• SDSU 3, NDSU 0

Marisa Schulz, Maya Hansen and Cece Limongi all scored goals for the Jacks in a rout of NDSU.

The Jacks outshot the Bison 16-3 with five of their shots coming on goal. NDSU had just two shots on goal. Schulz got the scoring going late in the first half as she headed one in the back of the net in the 44th minute. Kaitlin Zabel assisted on the goal.

Hansen scored her Summit League-leading 12th goal of the season in the 61st minute. It was her fifth consecutive game with a goal. Katherine Jones and Rachel Preston assisted on the goal.

Cece Limongi added a goal in the 88th minute, Avery Murdzek assisted.

Limongi and Karlee Manding each had two shots, one on goal. Schulz and Hansen scored on their lone shots. Teani Arakawa had three shots, one on goal. Kayla Anderson, Avery Murdzek, Eden Booker, Regan Anderson and Jones each had one shot. Laney Murdzek had two shots.

Joecelyn Tanner had her seventh shutout of the season with two saves.

The Jacks had seven corner kicks and the Bison had just one. NDSU had 11 fouls and SDSU had seven.


• SDSU 2, UND 0

SDSU put together another dominant defensive performance. Tanner saved four shots and the Jacks outshot the Hawks 17-13. SDSU had five shots on goal.

Hansen netted another goal to get the scoring going in the 31st minute. Avery Murdzek then scored a minute and a half later to make it 2-0. Hansen’s goal was unassisted and Arakawa assisted the other one.

Avery Murdzek and Preston each had four shots, one on goal. Hansen, Limongi and Karlee Manding each had two shots, one on goal. Anderson, Arakawa and Kaycee Manding each had one shot on goal.

Each team had four corner kicks. UND had 15 fouls and SDSU had seven.


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