San Antonio - The fifth-ranked Trinity women's soccer team blanked Aurora (IL) University 6-0 Friday night, and gave Head Coach Dylan Harrison his 100th career victory.
Trinity scored three times in each half, beginning with Jordan Bethea's eventual game-winner in the 16th minute.
Hannah Booher nailed two straight goals for the Tigers to finish the first-half scoring - the first of which came in the 25th minute on an assist from Colleen Markey. Booher then took a short pass from Halleanne Dure to put Trinity up 3-0 in the 31st minute.
Trinity out-shot Aurora 22-1 in the first period, and that would be the only shot allowed in the game by the Tiger defense.
The offense was efficient after the break as well, needing just 10 total shots to score three goals.
Less than four minutes into the second period, Markey snuck behind the defense and made her way into the box. The long run ended as she dribbled around the keeper, and slipped the ball into the back of the net for a 4-0 lead.
In the 56th minute, Booher picked up an assist to go with her two goals, driving a free kick into the box, and Julia Kelly headed the ball in for another Tiger score.
Second-year Head Coach Dylan Harrison, a former Tiger men's standout, was presented a special commemorative game ball for his 100th career win, and he now stands 26-2-0 early in his second season with the Trinity team.
Trinity scored a season-high in points to win its third straight contest, improving to 3-1-0. Aurora dropped to 0-3-0 following this evening's loss.
Jordan Bethea scored her third career goal, and her first game-winner.
The pair of goals by Hannah Booher brought her career total to six.
Colleen Markey's second goal of the season is the 19th of her career, and she also picked up her 21st career assist in the game.
Julia Kelly scored her second goal of the campaign, and 10th of her career.
Halleanne Dure chalked up a second goal this year, and a ninth career goal.
The Tigers continue their homestand by hosting Concordia (TX) University on Monday at 6:00 p.m.