SDSU’s win streak snapped

South Dakota State soccer saw its seven-match win streak come to an end on Sunday as the Jackrabbits played a 1-1 draw with Oral Roberts. The Jacks extended their win streak on Friday when they shutout Kansas City 1-0.


• SDSU 1, Oral Roberts 0

SDSU outshot ORU 25-12 and held a five shot advantage [10-5] in shots on goal, but the Golden Eagles ended the Jacks seven-game win streak.

Pamela Caballeros got the scoring nine minutes and 19 seconds into the match when she put one in the back of the net. Maya Hansen then scored her Summit League leading 11th goal of the season in the 54th minute to tie the game. Hansen’s goal was unassisted.

Hansen had six total shots and four of them were on goal. Cece Limongi had four shots, two on goal. Laney Murdzek and Avery Murdzek each had two shots and one on goal. Karlee Manding and Eden Booker each had one shot that was on goal.

Jocelyn Tanner made four saves for SDSU.

The Jacks held a 13-1 adavantage in corner kicks. SDSU had 15 fouls in the match and ORU had 18.


• SDSU 1, Kansas City 0

The Jacks shutout a team for the eighth time this season.

Hansen scored SDSU’s lone goal 24 minutes into the game and the goal was unassisted.

The Roos outshot the Jacks 15-13, but SDSU held a 8-6 advantage in shots on goal. SDSU had six corner kicks and Kansas City had six. The Roos had 12 fouls and the Jacks had 11.

Hansen had two shots and one was on goal. Avery Murdzek had three shots and they were all on goal. Marisa Shulz, Laney Murdzek and Rachel Preston each had one shot on goal.

Tanner made a career-high six saves on the night. It was her sixth clean sheet of the season. SDSU held 57% to 43% advantage in time of possession.

Hansen has scored in a goal in four-consecutive games. She is now in fourth place on SDSU’s all0time goal list with 25.

Even with the tie to Oral Roberts, SDSU remains at the top of the Summit League with 10 points. Denver, who is 3-0, is right behind SDSU with nine points.

SDSU will play its final two home games of the season this weekend. The Jacks host North Dakota State at 6 p.m. on Friday and then play North Dakota at 1 p.m. Sunday.



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