Junior Kaley Roberts converted a game-winning goal 37 seconds into the first overtime to lead No. 19-ranked St. Thomas Women's Soccer to Saturday's 2-1 home MIAC win over Gustavus at South Field.
It was the first lead of the day for the Tommies (6-1 overall, 2-0 MIAC), who have won six in a row, including back-to-back home conference wins in overtime.
In a battle of 5-1 teams, No. 4-ranked and host St. Thomas tied Gustavus 1-1 in two overtimes in Saturday's MIAC men's soccer match at South Field.
Will Kidd's goal in the 42nd minute tied the game 1-1.
UST (5-11, 1-0-1 MIAC) was unable to convert a penalty-kick chance in the 78th minute, and later played the final 11 minuties of overtime with a man advantage but was unable to get the winning goal. UST keeper Aidan Hogan made a leaping deflection in the first overtime to save a potential winning shot by the Gusties (5-1-1), one of his six saves on the day.
St. Thomas Volleyball (9-5 overall, 2-1 MIAC) hit .304 and scored a 3-0 victory Saturday at Carleton (10-3, 1-2). UST won 25-19, 25-14, 25-17.
Grace Bordson and Madie Kroehler each had 10 kills and Katharine Mallak had 36 assists.
St. Thomas Men's Golf shot 310 and sits in fourth and 13th place after day one of the 17-team Twin Cities Classic tournament. Saturday's round was at Elk River Country Club.
St. John's (294) and UW-Eau Claire (298) have a big lead on a 10-team pack after one round. The Toms are three shots behind third-place Manitoba.
UST junior Emmet Herb shot 73 and is tied for fourth in a field of 98 players. Matt Mellin and Michael Sauro each shot 77s and are tied for 22nd. Jack Ritchay shot 78, and Derek Farrell shot 79.
Sunday's action continues at The Links at Northfork, and Monday's final round is at the Edina Country Club.