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College women's soccer: Saints knock off Crown

St. Scholastica scored four second-half goals to defeat Crown College 5-0 in an Upper Midwest Athletic Conference contest Friday at St. Bonifacius, Minn.

St. Scholastica scored four second-half goals to defeat Crown College 5-0 in an Upper Midwest Athletic Conference contest Friday at St. Bonifacius, Minn.

Kelsey Kehtel scored her sixth goal of the season on a penalty kick for the lone goal of the first half, while Shannon Carlson netted twice in the second half and Casey Mitchell and Leah Hamm of Duluth Denfeld closed the scoring.

The Saints (3-2-1 overall, 2-0 UMAC) outshot Crown 41-0 as goalkeeper Megan Seymour did not have to make a save to earn her first collegiate victory.

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