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Wayne Cavadi | | October 23, 2017

WATCH Minot State's double-overtime winner over No. 13 Minnesota State

  The Beavers celebrate after upsetting No. 13 Minnesota State.

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.

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.

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