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WOMEN’S SOCCER: Beavers fall to CSP in 1st regular-season home loss since 2016

Playing in a venue where they had not conceded a regular-season defeat since 2016, the Beavers dropped a Sunday decision to Concordia-St. Paul.

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BEMIDJI – It’s never fun when long winning streaks come to a close.

That’s just what the Bemidji State women’s soccer team contended with on Sunday at Chet Anderson Stadium. Playing in a venue where they had not conceded a regular-season defeat since 2016, the Beavers lost 1-0 to Concordia-St. Paul.

The Golden Bears (3-3-1, 1-1-1 NSIC) scored the game’s lone goal in the 71st minute on an unassisted strike by Katie Anderson. BSU piled up two shots on goal – one by senior Sara Wendt and one by junior Lauren Hodny – but neither found its way past CSP goalkeeper Ashlyn Waldon.

Bemidji State keeper Alyssa Stumbaugh finished with two saves, while Waldon also collected two.

Now 3-2-2 this season (2-1-1 NSIC), the Beavers return to the pitch against Augustana at 4 p.m. on Friday, Sept. 23, in Sioux Falls, S.D.


Concordia-St. Paul 1, Bemidji State 0

CSP 0 1 – 1

BSU 0 0 – 0

First half – No scoring.

Second half – 1, CSP GOAL, Anderson (unassisted), 71’.

Saves – Stumbaugh (BSU) 2; Waldon (CSP) 2.

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