#5 Trinity Blanks Concordia for Third Straight Shutout Win

#5 Trinity Blanks Concordia for Third Straight Shutout Win

San Antonio - The fifth-ranked Trinity women's soccer team registered its third straight shutout with a 5-0 victory over Concordia (TX) University Monday Night.

 

GAME SUMMARY

The first goal of the matchup did not come until the 32nd minute of play, when Chelsea Cole took a pass from Halleanne Dure for the eventual game-winning score.

Concordia's only two shots on goal came after Trinity took the lead, but goalkeeper Kalli Douma turned both shots away to keep the game scoreless.

Less than three minutes after the second save by Douma, Julia Camp found Katie Peth for another Trinity score to make it 2-0.

Hannah Booher needed less than two minutes to find another goal for the Tigers, converting on a pass from Cole. 

The Tigers out-shot Concordia 14-2 in the first half, and would go on to take a 26-4 advantage in shots. Trinity had 17 total shots on goal in the game.

After halftime, Dure took just 37 seconds to make it a 4-0 game on a nice pass from Colleen Markey. Peth supplied an assist on the final scoring play, which was a goal from Emily Welp.

 

NOTABLES

The Tigers improved to 4-1-0, while the Tornados lost their first game of the season and dropped to 4-1-0.

Colleen Markey posted her second assist of the year, and the 22nd of her career to tie for 16th place in the Trinity record books.

Kalli Douma guarded the net for just over 85 minutes, and her two saves move her to 14 so far this season.

Chelsea Cole scored her second goal of the season and the first game-winner.

Hannah Booher and Halleanne Dure each produced their third goals of the campaign, and are tied for the scoring lead in the early part of the season.

Katie Peth's goal was her first of the season and the third of her career, while Emily Welp notched her first career goal in tonight's win.

 

UP NEXT

The defending champion Tigers open their Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference slate Friday by hosting the University of Dallas at 6:00 p.m.