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Wisconsin blanks Sioux

UND is still searching for its first women's Western Collegiate Hockey Association victory of the season. Wisconsin received goals from five different players in a 5-0 victory against the Sioux on Friday night in Ralph Engelstad Arena. The loss d...

UND is still searching for its first women's Western Collegiate Hockey Association victory of the season.

Wisconsin received goals from five different players in a 5-0 victory against the Sioux on Friday night in Ralph Engelstad Arena.

The loss dropped UND to 0-18-1 in the Western Collegiate Hockey Association and 3-20-2 overall. Wisconsin improved to 15-1-3 in the league and 21-1-3 overall.

The Sioux have lost nine straight games.

Erika Lawler's goal at 2 minutes, 56 seconds of the second period gave Wisconsin a 1-0 lead. She was assisted by Angie Keseley and Alycia Matthews.

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Jinelle Zaugg made it 2-0 at 12:13 of the second period.

Meghan Duggan, Heidi Kletzien and Meaghan Mikkelson added third-period goals.

Wisconsin had a 29-7 edge in shots on goal.

Sioux goalie Brittany Kirkham had 24 saves, compared to seven for Wisconsin's Jessie Vetter.

The teams meet again at 2:07 p.m. today in Ralph Engelstad Arena.

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