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Warriors finish in defensive draw with Jimmies

Waldorf Warriors LogoBy Waldorf Sports Information Director

JAMESTOWN, N.D. – The Waldorf University women’s soccer team finished Saturday’s North Star Athletic Association (NSAA) matchup against the University of Jamestown in a defensive draw.

Waldorf (4-7-2, 0-0-2) extended its unbeaten streak to five matches, breaking the school record as a four-year program. It also ties the school record set by the Warriors during the 1999 season.

Senior Brittney Thornton fired two shots while seniors Mia CrailCharlotte Madrid, junior Chelsea Delgado and freshman Kaitlyn Rockwell each registered a shot.

Crail, Delgado and Rockwell each contributed a shot on goal.

Elyse Stewart delivered four shots on target. Nicole Morrison tallied two shots on goal while Brianna Kulla, Danica Brekken, Lateasha Hughes, and Bethany Pollert each provided shots on frame.

Hanna DeVries logged 110 minutes in goal and recorded a 10-save shutout. The junior goalkeeper from Albert Lea, Minnsota ranks second among Waldorf’s single-season and career record holders with five shutouts. DeVries moved to fifth in school history with 99 career saves and extended her consecutive-shutout-minutes streak to 495 minutes, 23 seconds.

Jamestown goalkeeper Lauren Sayler put together a three-save shutout.

In a match that was defined by defense, the Jimmies outshot the Warriors by a 14-6 margin. The closet scoring opportunity by either team came when Stewart took a penalty kick during the seventh minute that was shut down by DeVries.

Waldorf continues conference play by hosting Viterbo University (6-6-1, 1-1) on Wednesday at 5 p.m.