North Dakota State soccer picked up two ties in its last two matches against Nebraska-Omaha and South Dakota.
The Bison picked up a 1-1 tie after double overtime against UNO. After 110 minutes against USD, the Bison couldn’t pull ahead and finished tied 2-2 after two overtime periods.
Amy Yang, Anisha Kinnarath and Gaby Arnquist each scored a goal during the stretch.
The Bison (5-6-2, 1-1-2 Summit League) were able to place 10 shots on goal against USD after only mustering three the game before at UNO.
NDSU’s Sierra Bonham collected 14 saves over the two games. The Bison will take to the pitch next at 7 p.m. Friday against South Dakota State.
NDSU volleyball took to the road for two matches against Denver and Oral Roberts. NDSU suffered a five-set loss to DU, then a 1-3 loss a few days later in Tulsa, Okla. at ORU.
Jenni Fassbender finished the two games with 25 kills, five aces and two blocks. Emily Milligan led the Bison defense, tallying a combined 38 digs in those two matches. Emily Miron also totaled 25 kills and 10 blocks for the Bison.
The Bison (7-13, 2-5 Summit League) will hit the road again for two games against Fort Wayne and Valparaiso.
NDSU women’s golf team headed to Denver for the Denver Ron Moore Intercollegiate Invitational.
The Bison finished seventh after the three-day event, recording a 63-over-par 927. Senior Sarah Storandt finished in 18th place individually with a 228, leading the way for the Bison. Natalie Roth tallied a 230 to finish tied for 27th place. Junior Hailey Boner finished tied for 48th, recording a score of 236.
The other junior on the team, Cassie Wurm, shot a 241 for a 61st-place finish. Alex Schmid finished in 69th place after a three-day score of 246. This tournament ended NDSU’s fall schedule. The Bison will return to competition Feb. 23 at the Grand Canyon Invitation in Phoenix.
After the first round of the Maryland Terrapin Invitational at Woodmont Country Club, NDSU men’s golf team sat in 12th place after recording an 18-hole score of 308.
The second round of the event was suspended due to fog and will resume Tuesday. The third and final round followed immediately after the completion of round two.
Junior Connor Holland lead the Bison after the first day of the event with 74. That score placed him in a tie for 17th. Senior Bill Carlson and sophomore Jake Herdine were tied at 39th place with a 77 in their first round.
Senior Trent Olsen was tied for 63rd place after totaling a score of 80. Fellow senior Ursino Puga shot a score of 81 to place him in a tie for 67th place.