September 30: The MSU-Mavericks nearly gave the Lindenwood Lady Lions its first NCAA Division I win versus the MSU-Mankato Mavericks. The Lady Lions fought back from a two goal deficit with two third-period goals. A late goal by Kathleen Rogan gave Minnesota State a 4-3 lead, which they would not relinquish. At 5:24 in the second period. Less than a minute later, Kendra Broad scored the first goal in Lindenwood's NCAA history unassisted. Minnesota State outshot the Lady Lions 53-16, as Lady Lions goaltender Taylor Fairchild made 49 saves.
October 7: MSU senior Emmi Leinonen scored the first two goals for MSU in the game versus Mercyhurst. In overtime, Nicole Germaine scored her first goal of the year as the Mavericks upset the nationally ranked Mercyhurst Lakers by a 3-2 tally.
October 8: Minnesota State was unable to extend its three-game winning streak as #8 nationally ranked Mercyhurst (2-2-0) scored in the third period to win by a 5-4 score. Lakers forward Christine Bestland scored the game winning goal as Mavericks goaltender Danielle Butters suffered her first loss of the season.