Bulldogs report: Late goal spoils UMD soccer opener

UMD volleyball had one blowout and one close win on Friday in Kenosha, Wisconsin.


An 88th-minute goal denied Minnesota Duluth's attempt to end a season-opening losing streak on Friday, Sept. 10, 2021, and was enough for Rockhurst to collect a 2-1 non-conference women's soccer victory at Malosky Stadium.

UMD fell behind on a 47th-minute goal by Elle Guttman, but responded only 13 seconds later to tie the game on a shot from Jacqueline Jares, the first of her college career. The game held at 1-1 until Olivia Van Belle's winner for Rockhurst (1-2) with 2:02 to play.

Sophia Grenz made six saves for UMD (0-3), which begins Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference play on Friday (Sept. 17) vs. Minot State at Malosky Stadium.

Bulldogs go 2-0 in volleyball reprise

UMD had one squeaker and one blowout on the first day of the Wisconsin-Parkside tournament on Friday in Kenosha, Wisconsin.

The 11th-ranked Bulldogs edged Parkside 3-2 (26-28, 23-25, 25-16, 25-21, 16-14) at night after sweeping Lake Superior State 3-0 (25-19, 25-16, 25-20) earlier. It was the second time in as many weeks that UMD played the Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Conference schools after beating both in Houghton, Michigan.


Cianna Selbitschka had 26 kills for the Bulldogs and Grace Daak 10 vs. Parkside. Madison Gordon dished out 43 assists and Sydney Lanoue contributed 20 digs and Kate Berg 16. Selbitschka's 26th kill broke a 14-14 tie in the fifth set and was followed by an Emma Kujawa service ace.

Against the Lakers, the Bulldogs hit .286 for the match and got 14 kills from Selbitschka and 12 digs from Lanoue. Gordon totaled 33 assists.

UMD (5-1) faces new opponents in day two of the tournament Saturday: Colorado Christian (12:30 p.m.) and Quincy (5 p.m.)

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