- The fifth-ranked
Trinity University Tigers women’s soccer team remained undefeated
with a 3-0 shutout of the Birmingham-Southern College Panthers
Friday in a Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference game.
Trinity improved to 8-0-0 and
registered its third straight shutout. Birmingham-Southern dropped
to 6-5-0. The Panthers’ games do not count in SCAC standings because
they are in transition from the NCAA Division I to Division III.
midfielder Brianna Young scored one goal and accounted for two
assists. Young scored the only goal of the first half, in the 31st
minute, with an assist from sophomore forward Abigail Loar, who had
two assists. It marked the sixth goal of the season for Young, and
her fourth game-winner.
midfielder Dana Carter put in a goal in the 48th minute.
Loar picked up her second assist of the game, and Young her first.
Kelly Watts, a
sophomore forward, scored in the 53 minute, as Young provided the
goalkeeper Katie Garrett had one save in the game.
Birmingham-Southern 12-4 in shots, and 8-1 in shots on goal. The two
teams tied 2-2 in corner kicks.
1-0-0 in SCAC play, continue their conference schedule Sunday at
Millsaps College in Jackson, Miss. Game time is 2 p.m.
scored her fourth game-winning goal of the year, scoring in the 31st
minute of Friday's win at Birmingham-Southern