UMD soccer falls in NSIC title game

By KBJR News 1

November 7, 2010 Updated Nov 7, 2010 at 11:31 PM CST

The University of Minnesota Duluth soccer team fought a good fight, but ultimately fell to No. 16 Winona State University 3-0 in the Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference/U.S. Bank Soccer Tournament championship round Sunday afternoon in Winona, Minn.

The Bulldogs (12-6-2; 10-3-0 NSIC) came out strong in the first half, with seven shots and two corner kick attempts, while the Warriors (17-3-1; 11-1-1) had four shot attempts and zero corner kicks. The tables turned in the second half when UMD came up with three shots and two corner kick attempts and Winona contributed eight shots and three corner kicks -- one of them resulting in a goal.

All three of WSU's goals were scored in the second half. Melissa Sellier, Sarah Colleran and Samantha Fegen were all credited with scoring the Warrior's points.
UMD learns its fate in the NCAA Regional Tournament when the pair-ups and locations are announced on Monday.

Courtesy: UMD Athletics

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