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Another Upset, Women’s Soccer Takes Down St. Thomas On Penalty Kicks

Double overtime wasn’t enough to decide a winner in Wednesday’s MIAC women’s soccer semifinal playoff match. Tied 1-1 after 110 minutes and forced to penalty kicks, Gustavus keeper Ashley Becker (Jr., Farmington, Minn.) came up big with two stops and the Gusties, seeded No. 6, made all four attempts to upset No. 2 seed St. Thomas and advance to the MIAC championship game for the second time in three seasons.

Women’s Soccer Upsets St. Olaf 2-0 To Advance In MIAC Playoffs

The final 35 seconds of the first half and the first 34 seconds of the second proved to be the most exciting moments in Tuesday’s MIAC women’s soccer quarterfinal match at No. 3 seed St. Olaf. Gustavus keeper Ashley Becker (Jr., Farmington, Minn.) made a diving penalty kick save at the end of the first half, while Chase Miller (Jr., Brooklyn Park, Minn.) worked around a number of defenders in the box and found the left side of the net for a goal to start the second, which proved to be the game-winner in a 2-0 victory for the No. 6 seed Gusties.

Miller’s Double Overtime Goal Lifts Women’s Soccer Over Hamline 1-0

It took 109 minutes and 31 seconds for the game’s first goal Wednesday and it was the Gustavus women’s soccer team that claimed a 1-0 double overtime victory at Hamline to capture a crucial MIAC victory. Chase Miller’s (Jr., Brooklyn Park, Minn.) team-leading fourth goal of the season with 29 seconds left in the game moved the Gusties to 9-4-3 overall and 5-3-2 in the MIAC, while the Pipers dropped to 8-7-2 overall and 4-5-1 in the league.

Women’s Soccer And Saint Ben’s Tie 0-0

For the second consecutive game the Gustavus women’s soccer team played to a double overtime scoreless draw, this time against Saint Benedict on Saturday at the Gustie Soccer Field. The tie moves the Gusties to 7-4-3 overall and 3-3-2 in the MIAC, while the Blazers move to 8-2-2 overall and 4-2-2 in the league.

Women’s Soccer Shuts Out UW-Eau Claire 2-0

The Gustavus women’s soccer team got back to its winning ways Wednesday, defeating UW-Eau Claire 2-0 for the fourth shutout victory of the season. The Gusties scored a goal in each half to improve to 7-3-1 overall, while the Blugolds’ four-game win streak snapped, dropping to 4-5-1.

Women’s Soccer Hosts UW-Eau Claire In Final Non-Conference Match Of Season

The Gustavus women’s soccer team is back home today for its final non-conference match of the season against UW-Eau Claire starting at 4 p.m. The Gusties enter the game with a 6-3-1 overall record, while the Blugolds are 4-4-1.

Women’s Soccer Travels To St. Olaf Today

The Gustavus women’s soccer team hits the road today for a 4 p.m. Minnesota Intercollegiate Athletic Conference matchup at St. Olaf. The Gusties enter the game 5-2-1 overall and 2-1 in the MIAC, while the Oles are 5-4 overall and 3-0 in the league.

Women’s Soccer Hosts St. Thomas In Homecoming Matchup

The Gustavus women’s soccer team looks to ride its momentum into Saturday as it hosts the University of St. Thomas for a Homecoming matchup. The Minnesota Intercollegiate Athletic Conference game begins at 3:30 p.m. at the Gustie Soccer Field. The Gusties enter the match with a 5-1-1 overall record and 2-0 mark in the MIAC, while the Tommies are 5-1-1 overall and 2-1 in the league.

Women’s Soccer Hosts UW-Stout Tuesday In Non-League Match

The Gustavus women’s soccer team continues its homestand at 4 p.m. Tuesday as it hosts the University of Wisconsin-Stout. The Gusties enter the match 4-1-1 overall and 2-0 in the Minnesota Intercollegiate Athletic Conference after a 2-1 victory Saturday against Concordia, while the Blue Devils are 1-3 overall after most recently defeating UW-Superior 4-0 last Wednesday.

Women’s Soccer Erases One-Goal Deficit For 2-1 Victory Over Concordia

In front of a record-setting crowd Saturday for a women’s soccer game at the Gustie Soccer Field, Gustavus erased a second half 1-0 deficit and came away with an emotional 2-1 victory over Concordia on a day that celebrated Trina Rinke – a would-be junior defender who is missing the season as a result of her treatment for ovarian cancer, which was diagnosed this summer.