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College women's soccer: UWS, Hamline battle to a draw

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SUPERIOR — Goalkeeper Jenna Lang turned away five shots as the Wisconsin-Superior women's soccer team played Hamline to a scoreless draw in nonconference action at NBC Spartan Sports Complex on Sunday.

Lang made three saves after halftime to cement the fifth shutout of her career.

Hamline (1-0-1) outshot UWS 23-8 overall, despite the 'Jackets holding 60% possession throughout the match.

UWS (0-1-1) received two shots on goal from Mya Holmquist, while Niya Wilson and Emma Fornengo also had attempts on target.

Hamline goalkeepers Lauren Sicora and Ava Braun split time in the visitor net with Braun making three stops in the second half.


Cailey Schmitt paced the Hamline offense with two shots on goal.

The Yellowjackets next close their season-opening three-match homestand against UW-Stout Tuesday at 4 p.m.

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