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Saints report: Friday, Saints women's soccer top Oles for first time

Duluth native notches 13th career game-winner.

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Duluth native Morgan Friday scored at 56:18 to lift St. Scholastica to a 1-0 MIAC victory over St. Olaf Wednesday, Sept. 29, 2021, at Saints Field.

Duluth native Morgan Friday scored at 56:18 on an assist by Ellie Keillor to lift St. Scholastica to a 1-0 MIAC victory over St. Olaf Wednesday, Sept. 29, 2021, in college women's soccer at Saints Field.

It was the Saints’ first win over St. Olaf after 11 previous tries and it was Friday’s 13th career game-winning goal.

Sophomore goalkeeper Brianna Jorgenson had six saves for her first collegiate shutout for CSS (2-5-2 overall, 2-1 MIAC) while Brynne Davis had four saves for the Oles (4-4-1, 2-2).

St. Scholastica will hit the road this weekend for a MIAC contest at 3:30 p.m. Saturday against Bethel in St. Paul.

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Saints hold off Lumberjacks

St. Scholastica jumped out with four goals in the first half and then held on for a 4-3 nonconference men’s soccer victory at Ponzio Stadium in Ashland.

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Ken Pryde scored two goals and Romario Willis and Akeem Robotham also tallied goals as the Saints were comfortably ahead 4-0 at the break. Willis assisted on two of those goals, and the first two goals came in the game’s first two minutes.

Northland struck back when Izaak Clarke scored at 51:26 in the second half and tallied a second goal only 19 seconds later. Nick Diaz added another goal at 72:11 as the Lumberjacks were suddenly within a goal.

That’s how it would stay, however, as Liam Lothian and Dominic Cuoco combined for three saves for St. Scholastica (6-4), which won its 30th straight against the Lumberjacks.

Garren Aberth had six saves for Northland (2-7).

CSS, ranked No. 8 in this week’s Region IX poll, returns to action with a MIAC contest at 12:30 p.m. Saturday against Bethel in St. Paul.

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