WOMEN’S SOCCER: Bemidji State, Wayne State both score late in 1-1 draw

The Beavers will be back on the road to challenge Minnesota Duluth at 6 p.m. Friday, Sept. 30, in Duluth.

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WAYNE, Neb. -- The last 20 minutes were packed with action for the Bemidji State women’s soccer team on Sunday.

Although the Beavers were scoreless against Wayne State into the 75th minute in Wayne, Neb., BSU and the Wildcats each bagged a late goal in the game for an ultimate 1-1 draw.

Erin Becker landed the first blow, scoring for Bemidji State (4-2-3, 3-1-2 NSIC) in the 75th minute off an assist from Megan Majewski. But WSC (1-5-3, 1-3-2 NSIC) earned a penalty kick in the 86th minute, and Annika Syvrud buried the equalizer in the closing moments.

For the game, the Beavers out-shot Wayne State 20-5, including 7-3 in shots on goal. BSU also had a 9-1 advantage on corner kicks.

Bemidji State keeper Georgiana Harber made two saves on the afternoon, while Wildcat keeper Hayden Wallace had six saves.


The Beavers will be back on the road to challenge Minnesota Duluth at 6 p.m. Friday, Sept. 30, in Duluth.

Bemidji State 1, Wayne State 1

BSU 0 1 -- 1

WSC 0 1 -- 1

First half -- No scoring.

Second half -- 1, BSU GOAL, Becker (Majewski), 75’; 2, WSC GOAL, Syvrud (penalty kick), 86’.

Saves -- Harber (BSU) 2; Wallace (WSC) 6.

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