South Dakota State sophomore Cece Limongi registered her first-career goal in the second semifinal of the #SummitWSOC Championships, presented by U.S. Air Force Special Warfare to top third-seeded Oral Roberts, 1-0, the Fishback Soccer Park.
The final Summit League Offensive and Defensive Player of the Week awards went to an Oral Roberts veteran that scored multiple goals in two matches last weekend and a Denver defender that scored a game-winning goal.
South Dakota State and Denver have punched their tickets to the #SummitWSOC Championships, while the final two spots are still up for grabs and will be determined in the final week of Summit League women's soccer action.
The 21st season of Summit League women’s soccer begins on Thursday when Omaha travels to Western Illinois for a 3 p.m. CT match, and South Dakota heads up to I-29 for North Dakota to face the Fighting Hawks at 3 p.m. CT.
Denver’s Sami Feller and Omaha’s Margaret Lavigne were both key figures in their teams' success during week six of the women’s college soccer season and were honored with Summit League weekly accolades for their efforts.
North Dakota State's Elyse Huber was named both the league's Co-Offensive Player of the Week and the United Soccer Coaches Player of the week after her four-goal performance against Eastern Washington.
South Dakota State will look to ride its momentum on the road this week as the squad will face Northern Iowa and Northern Illinois. The Jackrabbits swept the Summit League’s weekly honors after a trio of 1-0 shutouts.
Summit League teams have three weeks of non-conference play remaining before league action heats up. North Dakota finds itself with the most victories so far, claiming five wins through seven matches in 2019.