It was history in the making at Herb Parker Stadium in Minot, North Dakota. Minot State entered this weekend’s action 0-7-2 against Top 25 teams throughout its program’s history. Finally, the Beavers got their win.
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It took two overtimes and 106 minutes of play, but freshman forward Morgan Myers etched her name in Minot State lore with the golden goal.
— MSU Beaver Athletics (@MSUBeavers) October 22, 2017
The loss was the first in conference for Minnesota State on the season, while the win was the eighth in a row for Minot State, the second longest streak in program history. It keeps the Beavers battling at the top of the Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference standings. At 10-3 (11-4-1 overall) Minot State sits all alone in third place with two games remaining.