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Women's soccer: Bison shut out in non-conference finale

Montana scored two first-half goals and defeated North Dakota State on Sunday.

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MISSOULA, Montana — North Dakota State lost to Montana 3-0 on Sunday as the Bison wrapped up their non-conference schedule at South Campus Stadium.

Montana's Delaney Lou Schorr scored in the eighth minute, a goal that snapped the Bison's streak of more than 312 minutes without allowing a goal.

Montana's Riley O’Brien scored in the 38th minute and Milly Massman headed in a shot in the 84th minute.

Montana finished the game with 16 shots to seven for the Bison. Paige Goaley finished with five of NDSU’s shots, including two on goal. Goalkeeper Payton Mulberry finished with five saves.

The Bison open their Summit League schedule on the road at Denver on Friday, Sept. 23, before closing out the weekend at Omaha on Sunday, Sept. 25.

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