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College women’s soccer: Bulldogs fall in overtime to Southwest Minnesota State

Minnesota Duluth senior forward Maureen Stormont forced the first overtime period with her goal in the 59th minute on Sunday, but Southwest Minnesota State's Autumn Hayes made sure there wasn't a second extra period with her goal in the 99th minu...

Minnesota Duluth senior forward Maureen Stormont forced the first overtime period with her goal in the 59th minute on Sunday, but Southwest Minnesota State’s Autumn Hayes made sure there wasn’t a second extra period with her goal in the 99th minute to down the Bulldogs 2-1 in Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference play at Malosky Stadium.
The Mustangs (6-4 overall, 5-2 in NSIC) took a 1-0 lead into halftime via the ninth goal of the season by Miranda Cadena in the 34th minute. She was assisted by Amanda Hartmann and Kendahl Fisher with Fisher also assisting on the game-winner in overtime.
Stormont’s second-half score, a blast from 20 yards out to the far post, was assisted by sophomore Marissa Ganske and senior Katie Schneider. It was Stormont’s second goal of the weekend, seventh of the season and 46th of her career, leaving her six goals shy of UMD’s all-time mark.
Senior goalkeeper Marissa Rosa made five saves for UMD (4-6, 4-3) while Mustangs goalie Brienna Dehkes finished with 12 saves.

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