College soccer: Denver Pioneers blank Bison
The Bison did not manage a shot on goal in the contest.
DENVER — The hosting Denver Pioneers shut-out the North Dakota State women's soccer team Friday, March 5 in the Mile High City.
The two sides went into the halftime break goalless, though the Pioneers managed two shots on frame in the opening half.
Denver commanded the second half, with Sami Feller breaking the deadlock in the 63rd minute off an assist from Natalie Beckman.
NDSU was unable to threaten Denver goalie Nerea Arrazola in either half as the Pioneers put eight shots on goals compared to zero from the visiting Bison.
Denver moved to 7-1 overall and 7-0 in conference play. With 21 points, the Pioneers sit atop the conference. The Bison fell to 5-2 and with 15 points are second in the Summit League.
The two teams play again at 2 p.m., Sunday, March 7.