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College women’s soccer: Nedelcoff’s late goal lifts Auggies over Saints

MIAC game was deadlocked until late in the second half.

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Jaelyn Nedelcoff scored at 84:42 in the second half on an assist by Ana Ortiz to lift Augsburg to a 2-1 MIAC victory over St. Scholastica in college women’s soccer Wednesday, Oct. 6, 2021, in Minneapolis.

Jaelyn Nedelcoff scored at 84:42 in the second half on an assist by Ana Ortiz to lift Augsburg to a 2-1 MIAC victory over St. Scholastica in college women’s soccer Wednesday, Oct. 6, 2021, before 178 at Edor Nelson Field in Minneapolis.

The teams went more than an hour without scoring before St. Scholastica junior Hunter Zamzow of Duluth finally broke the deadlock at 73:52 with an unassisted tally. It didn’t last long as Ortiz scored 80 seconds later with a goal at 75:12 on an assist by Molly Conners, setting the stage for Nedelcoff.

Iz Shuster had two saves for the Auggies (6-3-1 overall, 3-1 MIAC) while Brianna Jorgenson had seven saves for CSS (3-6-2, 3-2).

St. Scholastica returns home for a MIAC contest against Hamline at 3:30 p.m. Saturday at Saints Field.

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