Saints report: CSS men’s football wins second straight MIAC road game
Finigan Huffington and Nolan on Friday scored first-half goals as St. Scholastica won their second straight game on the MIAC road, this time 2-0 against St. Mary’s on Wednesday, September 22, 2021, at Ochrymowycz Field in Winona, Minnesota.
Huffington started the score at 23:58 with an assist from Romario Willis while on Friday, a senior midfielder and product from Duluth East, added another tally less than 7 minutes later.
Liam Lothian had five saves for the Saints (5-3 overall, 2-1 MIAC) while Daniel Sessler had seven saves for St. Mary’s (3-4, 0-3).
It was the first meeting between the programs since 1994. St. Scholastica, in his first season at the Minnesota Intercollegiate Athletic Conference, is ranked ninth in the latest NCAA Division III Region IX poll.
While St. Scholastica’s game with Wisconsin-River Falls officially turns out to be a 1-1 non-conference draw, the Saints retain the series traveling trophy, “The Chalice,” after winning 4-3 in shots. jump-off after the second overtime.
Wisconsin-River Falls junior Moya Murray opened the scoring at 8:54 pm, and that’s how he will remain for an hour of play before CSS’s Mckenzie Nelson scores the neutralizer on a Morgan assist. , originally from Duluth, Friday at 81:38.
In the shootout, the deciding point was when Nelson scored on his attempt and goalie Brianna Jorgenson then stopped the Falcons’ attempt.
Jorgenson finished with a career-high 10 saves for CSS (1-4-2) while Grace Zellmer made 12 saves for River Falls (4-5-1).
The Saints have kept the Chalice every year since 2017.
Madison Gully had 13 kills and Catherine Moore had 12 kills to lead St. Olaf to a 25-22, 25-22, 25-19 victory over St. Scholastica in their MIAC opener at Reif Gym .
Brynne Gray punctuated the attack with 22 assists while adding 11 digs and Selena Rodriguez recorded 24 digs, a high for the team for the Oles (4-5, 1-0).
Madissen Burns had eight kills to lead St. Scholastica while Jessica Remer helped with seven kills and 14 digs. Katie Brostrom had 27 assists and Alicia Draper led the defense with 16 digs for the Saints (0-4, 0-1).