SMSU SOCCER: Mustangs drop road game to Marauders on Friday night
BISMARCK, N.D. – Coming off a shutout in overtime last weekend, the Southwest Minnesota State soccer team (6-5, 4-5 NSIC) suffered a 3-0 shutout to UMary (6-2-2, 4-2-2 NSIC) on Friday night at the MDU Resources Community Bowl.
UMary’s Malia Brudvik and Patricia Martin both finished with one goal and one assist on the night to lead the Marauders. UMary kicked off the scoring in the 21st minute as Sidney Burrell recorded her second goal of the season, assisted by Patricia Martin.
UMary extended the lead in the 30th minute as Martin connected from Maureen Sullivan and Brudvik. The Marauders capped off the victory with a goal in the 54th minute with a goal from Samantha Guzman from Brudvik.
SMSU’s goalkeeper Amanda Haimes recorded five saves as her record dropped to 6-5 overall.
Alli Miskowiec led the Mustangs with five shots all on goal to aid SMSU’s total nine shots with nine on goal. The Marauders out-shot the Mustangs to total 14 shots with eight of them on goal.
Southwest Minnesota State (6-5, 4-5 NSIC) travels to Minot State (2-9, 2-6 NSIC) on Sunday at 12 p.m. at the Herb Parker Stadium.
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