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SDSU Soccer Team All Grown Up



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BROOKINGS, S.D. --  The South Dakota State women's soccer team is opening their season this evening with an exhibition match against Winnipeg.

The Jacks have been picked to finish fifth in the new-look Summit League that now includes league favorite and 25th ranked Denver.

Last year a young group of Rabbits finished 6-9-1.  After last year's trials, SDSU's youth movement is all grown up.

The Jacks will open the regular season at home next Friday against Iowa State at 6 PM.


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