- The Trinity Tigers
remained undefeated with a 3-0 shutout of the Our Lady of the Lake
Saints Friday night, on the Tigers’ field.
Trinity, ranked as high as No. 6 in
the NCAA Division III, improved to 7-0-0. The Tigers also registered
their sixth shutout of the season. The Saints, members of the NAIA,
dropped to 3-4-0.
Senior midfielder Brianna Young
scored the game-winning goal – assisted by sophomore forward Abigail
Loar – in the 18th minute.
Young is ranked 13th in Trinity
career goals, and needs just two more to become the 12th player in
Tigers’ history to record 30 in a career. She is tied for the lead
this season in goals with Loar, with five each. Young also produced
her third game-winner of the season.
Junior midfielder Danika Wright
scored in the 28th minute, with an assist from sophomore defender
Allyson Thrall, from a corner kick.
Sophomore forward Kelly Watts
added the third goal, in the 74th minute.
Trinity first-year goalkeeper
Katie Garrett had two saves in the game.
Trinity outshot the Lake 22-5,
and led 13-2 in shots on goal. The Tigers were 15-0 leaders in
The Tigers have off until Oct.
9, when they travel to Birmingham, Ala., to take on
Birmingham-Southern in an SCAC game. Trinity (1-0-0 SCAC) returns
home Oct. 16 to host Centre in a conference game.
scored the eventual game-winner in the 18th minute, as Trinity
defeated Our Lady of the Lake 3-0 on Friday night