MIAC tournament champions will be determined in three sports Saturday.

In men's soccer, two underdogs will meet. St. Thomas, the sixth seed, will play at St. Olaf, the fourth seed, at 1 p.m.

In women's soccer, second seed Gustavus visits top seed St. Thomas at 1 p.m. as both teams try to win their first conference playoffs title.

The favorites also advanced to the volleyball final. Second seed Bethel plays top seed Gustavus in St. Peter at 7 p.m.

The Gusties have won 26 matches in a row after losing its first two of the season. The Royals enter having won seven-consecutive matches and 11 of their past 13.

NSIC soccer final set

Augustana and Winona State will meet for the NSIC women's soccer title at 1 p.m. Sunday in Sioux Falls, S.D., after wins on Friday in the conference semifinals in Mankato.

The second-seeded Vikings beat Minot State 2-1 on Emily Jacobson's goal in the 87th minute. She scored on a free kicks from 35 yards out.

In the second semifinal, Winona State upset top seed and No. 3-ranked Minnesota State Mankato 2-1 by winning a shootout 3-0. Kelsey Foss, Chase Rehm and Kati Baker all scored on penalty kicks for the Warriors while goalkeeper Rachel Oleson stopped the first two shots and the third hit a post.

Hamline honors four

Four individuals will be inducted into Hamline's Hall of Fame on Saturday, including current Pipers men's basketball coach Jim Hayes for what he did as a player.

The other inductees are Bob Kisch (football/hockey), Mark Booth Severson (football/track and field, football), and Kevin Truax (baseball).