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UNO women's soccer traveled to North Dakota last weekend, defeating North Dakota 2-1 on Friday, and dropping a 3-1 decision to North Dakota State on Sunday afternoon. With the split the Mavs move to 3-3-2 on the season, and are half way through their current eight game road trip.


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The Mavs traveled to Washington last weekend earning a 1-1 draw at St. Martin's on Thursday and falling 5-0 to Seattle Pacific on Saturday.  With just one goal on the weekend, UNO is still trying to find a consistent scoring threat on the roster.

 


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The UNO women's soccer team hosted their first-ever home games as a Division 1 member last weekend, winning one and earning a draw in the other. The Mavs faced off against Central Oklahoma on Friday and Midwestern State on Sunday, two teams that had both beaten UNO a year ago.


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All-Summit League forward Max Touloute came off the bench to spark his team to three goals in 15 minutes, and Indiana-Purdue Fort Wayne finished off UNO 6-0 Sunday afternoon.  Facing their second future conference foe of the season, the Mavs were unable to capture the magic they found against Summit League member UMKC on Aug. 26.


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A comeback win Friday night and the first-ever home game Sunday highlighted the UNO men's soccer inaugural weekend.  In a matchup with two different conference champions from a year ago, the Mavs showed their mettle beating one and having several chances against the other.


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The UNO women's soccer team scored two second-half corner kicks to overcome a 2-1 deficit and earned their first-ever Division I win Sunday at South Dakota.  After falling behind for the second straight weekend, the Mavs put in two goals in an 11-minute span.


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When the UNO men's soccer team takes the field Friday night at the University of Missouri-Kansas City, there will be a lot of firsts on hand.  Unfortunately, the Mavs won't have the luxury of sitting back and taking the moment in.


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The women's soccer team became the first UNO sport to compete in a Division I contest, falling 2-0 at Wisconsin-Green Bay Friday night.  Hekla Palmadottir scored both goals for the Phoenix who outshot the Mavs 23-8 overall and 7-5 in shots on goal.


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