WINONA, Minn. – No. 1 Grand Valley State came to a 1-1 draw against No. 15 Winona State on Friday at Verizon Wireless Stadium. The tie extends the Lakers unbeaten streak to 19 games dating back to Sept. 24, 2010.  

Despite outshooting the Warriors 12-0 in the first half, the Lakers could not find the back of the net as Warrior goalkeeper Anna Belpedio picked up four saves.

GVSU was able to get on the board in the 63rd minute thanks to a cross from senior Erin Mruz to freshman Charlie Socia.  The Winona State defense seemed to have cleared the ball, but Socia pushed it just past to goal line to end the standstill.

No. 2 UC San Diego 2, No. 10 Seattle Pacific 0
SEATTLE – Anne Wethe and Sarah McTigue scored just 3 ½ minutes apart early in the second half on Saturday night as No. 2-ranked UC San Diego beat No. 10 Seattle Pacific 2-0 in a game between national women's soccer powers at Interbay Stadium.

SPU attacked the Tritons goal early in the contest, attempting four consecutive shots in a couple-minute span. UCSD goalkeeper Kristin Armstrong turned away two of those challenges, the second one by smothering a close-range shot by sophomore Mackenzie Laird in the 13th minute.

Armstrong finished with four saves en route to her second shutout in as many games this season. 

No. 3 Saint Rose 2, New Mexico Highlands 1 (OT)
LAS VEGAS, NM – Saint Rose provided a glimpse of the character within a four-time Northeast-10 Conference champion by traveling some 2,000 miles towards Albuquerque Saturday night and chalking up a 2-1 overtime victory at New Mexico Highlands.

After the host Cowgirls (0-1) broke a 0-0 deadlock with a strike in the 84th minute, the Golden Knights (2-0) refused to buckle and subsequently evened the game again in the 88th minute. They then registered the game-winner in the final 29 seconds of the first sudden death overtime session to secure the victory.

Game information compiled from respective athletic department websites.