San Antonio - The third-ranked Trinity women's soccer team closed out its regular-season home slate with a 12-0 Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference victory Sunday afternoon over Centenary (LA) College.
Trinity piled up nine goals in the first half of play, which is the highest single-game output of the season for the Tiger women.
Julia Camp made it 2-0 Tigers with an unassisted goal in the 17th minute.
Farra's second goal started a scoring frenzy for Trinity, which netted four goals in just under five minutes to make it a 6-0 game. Colleen Markey, Tierney Thomison, and Julia Kelly joined Farra in scoring the goals. Hannah Booher and Jordan Leeper were credited with assists, while Taylor also picked up an assist - her third of the game.
In the 37th minute, Thomison netted her second goal of the game, followed by a goal from Leeper on a free kick in the 39th minute. Markey was credited with an assist on the Thomison goal.
Chelsea Cole finished the first-half scoring with less than three minutes on the clock, scoring on a corner from Leeper - her second assist.
Allison Carter scored two of the three goals in the second half, while Nicole Gardini finished the scoring with 33 seconds left. Kali Dawson, Alice von Ende-Becker, and Jordan Bethea all had assists, while Gaby Galan had two assists on the final three scores.
The undefeated Tigers increased their record to 14-0-0, and 8-0-0 SCAC, while Centenary dropped to 5-9-0 and 2-8-0 with the loss.
The Tigers registered a season-high 12 goals. Trinity's last 12-goal game occurred in the 2007 season.
Trinity posted its eighth consecutive shutout, and the 11th of the season.
Yasmeen Farra scored her third game-winner of the season. Farra's second goal was her ninth of the campaign.
Brigitte Taylor set a career single-game high with three assists. Taylor now has 25 assists in her career, which puts her in a tie with Michelle Grambeau (2006-08) for 12th all-time at Trinity.
The Tigers continue their SCAC campaign on Friday, October 21, and Sunday, October, 23, against Southwestern (TX) University and Texas Lutheran University, respectively.