UMD women's soccer unable to break goal drought

The Bulldogs lost at Southwest Minnesota State.

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MARSHALL, Minn. — For the second game in a row, Minnesota Duluth women's soccer generated offensive activity but no offensive results, as a relatively even match territorially ended up a 2-0 win for Southwest Minnesota State on Sunday.

UMD had seven shots to the Mustangs' six, though SMSU had four on goal to UMD's three. However, Alex Lotts had the breakthrough goal for the hosts in the 29th minute.

Kirsten Wetterstrom made it 2-0 in the 56th minute and goalkeeper Rachel Hicks maintained the shutout.

Jennifer Norris had two saves for UMD (3-4-2, 2-2-2 NSIC).

UMD returns for the first of four consecutive Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference home games on Friday (6 p.m.) vs. Bemidji State.

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