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Jimmie Roundup: Jimmies soccer win 4-0, volleyball win in five

The Jimmies women's soccer team is now on a streak of five consecutive shutouts.

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University of Jamestown's Lexi Olson follows through on a shot past Valley City State's Danielle Hagler on Wednesday, Oct. 12, 2022, at Newman Arena.
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JAMESTOWN — The University of Jamestown continued its run of domination, pushing its win streak to 10 games and its lead on the GPAC to a full game. The Jimmies did all that with a 4-0 win over the College of Saint Mary on Saturday, Oct. 22, at the Jimmie Turf Field.

The Jimmies (11-4-1, 10-0-0) opened the scoring in the eighth minute when Ryley Bedard got the first of her three assists on a goal scored by Karlie Hintze to make it 1-0. The Jimmies added on in the 39th minute when Bedard found Emersen Kimball to make it 2-0. The Jimmies tripled the lead in the 51st minute when Iliana Ramirez scored to make it 3-0. Gaby Sarkis was the Jimmies' final goal scorer in the 63rd minute to make it 4-0.

The Jimmies outshot the Flames (7-8-1, 4-6-0) 12-5 in the win.

The Jimmies are back in action at 5 p.m. on Wednesday, Oct. 26, when they go to Dakota Wesleyan University.

CSM 0, UJ 4

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CSM: 0 0–0

UJ: 2 2–4

Scoring plays:

First half:

UJ: Karlie Hintze, 8:34

UJ: Emersen Kimball, 39:12

Second half:

UJ: Iliana Ramirez, 50:57

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UJ: Gaby Sarkis, 63:39

Women’s volleyball gets tight win

ORANGE CITY, IOWA — The No.2-ranked University of Jamestown were facing their third defeat of the season in the face down two sets to one at No.7-ranked Northwestern College. However, the Jimmies won three sets in a row to get a five-set win over the Red Raiders (16-25, 21-25, 26-24, 25-17, 15-11) on Saturday, Oct. 22, at Northwestern’s Bultman Center.

After the Jimmies took an early 4-3 lead, the Red Raiders went on a 5-0 run to take an 8-4 lead. The Jimmies would fight back to cut the deficit to 10-9 but the Red Raiders responded with a run that saw them stretch the lead out to 20-13. The Jimmies could not fight back any closer, losing the set 25-16.

The Jimmies appeared to bounce back in the second set getting out to a 7-3 lead on a kill from Anna Holen. But the Red Raiders went on an 8-3 run to take an 11-10 lead. The Jimmies fought back to take a 14-12 lead before the Red Raiders went on a run to take a 17-15 lead. The Jimmies would have their last lead of the set at 20-19 before the Red Raiders went on a run to win the set at 25-21 on a kill from Macay Van’t Hutl.

The teams traded runs early in the third set before the Jimmies (25-2, 12-1) took a 12-11 lead on a kill from Logan Sherman. That saw the Jimmies go on a run to take a 17-12 lead. The Red Raiders would not let the Jimmies back into the match without a fight though as they went on a 5-0 run to cut the deficit to 20-19. After the Red Raiders would tie the set up at 24, the Jimmies would respond with a 2-0 run to get a 26-24 third-set win.

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The Jimmies had 19 players make an appearance in the win.

In the fourth set, the Jimmies sprinted out to a 14-9 lead, drawing the second Red Raiders timeout. Out of the timeout, the Red Raiders (18-6, 8-5) would get the kill to make it 14-10 but the Jimmies would respond with a run to push the lead out to 16-10. The Jimmies would keep it going with a run to make it 19-13. The Red Raiders clawed their way back into it at 19-16, but the Jimmies sent the match to a fifth set with four Red Raiders errors and two kills to take a 25-17 lead.

The Red Raiders opened the fifth set with a 7-4 run drawing a Jimmies timeout. Out of the stoppage, the Jimmies went on a 9-7 run drawing a Red Raiders timeout. The timeout would not come in time as, despite the teams splitting the next eight points, the Jimmies would get the 15-11 fifth set win.

The Jimmies are back in action at 7:30 p.m. on Wednesday, Oct. 26, when they host Dordt.

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UJ 3, NWC 2

UJ: 16 21 26 25 15–3

NWC: 25 25 24 17 11-2

Kills leaders:

UJ: Kalli Hegerle 13, Anna Holen 12, Lexi Olson 11

NWC: Alysen Dexter 22, Bekah Horstman 12, Jazlin De Haan 12

Assists leaders:

UJ: Hegerle 26, Tenley Buddenhagen 4, Olson 2, Logan Sherman 2

NWC: Liv Reitsma 44, Olivia Gransta 3, Dexter 2

Aces leaders:

UJ: Ellie Holen 2, A. Holen 1, Averi Beyer 1, Buddenhagen 1

NWC: Kiernan Groendyke 3, Jaidyn Teske 3, Dexter 3, Jadeyn Schutt 2

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