WOMEN’S SOCCER: Beavers tie St. Cloud State despite 16-6 shots advantage

Statistics can only explain the outcome of sporting contests to a certain extent.

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ST. CLOUD – Statistics can only explain the outcome of sporting contests to a certain extent.

To an outside observer, it might look like the Bemidji State women’s soccer team dominated St. Cloud State on Sunday in St. Cloud. The Beavers outshot the Huskies 16-6, with a 6-3 shots-on-goal advantage, and led corner kicks nine to one.

But ultimately when the clock expired, BSU and SCSU finished in a 0-0 tie.

Sara Wendt had two of the shots on goal for Bemidji State (5-2-4, 4-1-3 NSIC), but they represented two of six saves by St. Cloud State (4-4-3, 3-2-3 NSIC) goalkeeper Evie Kohn. BSU keeper Alyssa Stumbaugh finished with three saves to post a clean sheet of her own.

The Beavers return to the pitch against Winona State at 6 p.m. on Friday, Oct. 7, at Chet Anderson Stadium.

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