LAMOUREUX AND JAKOBSEN LEAD NORTH DAKOTA PAST MINNESOTA STATE, 7-1
Junior forward Jocelyne Lamoureux and freshman forward Josefine Jakobsen each post two goals and two assists for North Dakota

Jocelyne Lamoureux had two goals and two assists for UND

MANKATO, Minn. - Despite outshooting North Dakota 26-20, Minnesota State got beat 7-1 at All Seasons Arena Friday night.

Early on at the 3:06 mark of the first period, Jocelyne Lamaoureux scored on a rebound off her sister, Monique Lamaoureux-Kolls' shot.

In the second period, UND's Josefine Jakobsen scored an unassisted goal 5:38 into the period. Candace Molle of North Dakota found the net on a one-timer power-play goal at 14:27 into the second period. The goal was assisted by Monique Weber to put North Dakota up 3-0.

A minute and ten seconds later North Dakota sophomore Michelle Karvinen scored off a rebound for another power-play goal. Josefine Jakobsen and Jocelyne Lamaoureux tallied the assists.

Lauren Smith scored lone goal for Minnesota State at 17:29 into the second period on the power-play. Smith's eighth goal of the season was assisted by sophomore Tracy McCann and sophomore Lauren Barnes. The period ended with MSU outshooting UND 20-13 in total but down 4-1 on the scoreboard.

North Dakota's Josefine Jakobsen scored her second goal 8:28 into the third period going through the five hole of MSU's Alli Altmann. UND scored its sixth of the game off the stick of Jocelyne Lamaoureux, making it her second of the game. Josefine Jakobsen and Margot Miller assisted the goal at the 14:36 mark.

Monique Weber of UND scored the its final goal at with 36 seconds remaining. The goal was assisted by Jocelyne Lamaoureux and Ashley Holmes as the score ended 7-1. The final shots on goal ended at 26-20 in favor of the Mavericks.

The Mavericks and Sioux go round two tomorrow for Minnesota State's senior day at All Seasons Arena at 3:07 pm.