- Trinity's fourth-ranked women's soccer team produced its ninth
shutout of the season on Friday evening, defeating Southwestern
Trinity (12-0-0, 5-0-0)
scored two goals in each period to earn the victory.
Lindsay Euers scored the eventual game-winner
in the 16th minute on an assist from Bekah Gabay, while Jordan Azar
assisted Danika Wright on the second goal of the first half.
In the second period, Katy Lipscomb and
Brianna Young scored goals less than two minutes apart - both
assisted by Dana Carter. Lipscomb's goal was also the first of
the season for the first-year player.
For Young, it marks the eighth consecutive
game she has scored a goal for the Tigers, which is the longest
streak since the 2000 season. She leads the team with 10
goals, six assists, and 26 points.
Goalkeeper Katie Garrett faced just seven
shots as the Trinity defense held Southwestern scoreless, and just
one of those shots was on goal.
Trinity will travel to Belton, Texas, on
Monday, facing off against the University of Mary Hardin-Baylor at
The Tigers continue SCAC play next weekend,
making the team's final road trip of the regular season to take on
Oglethorpe University and Sewanee: University of the South.
Player of the Week Lindsay Euers scored her first goal of the season
on Saturday, which turned out to be the game-winning goal
recorded her first points of the season on Saturday, tallying
assists on both of Trinity's second half goals against Southwestern