Trinity Women's Soccer Blanks NAIA Our Lady of the Lake

San Antonio - Trinity first-year midfielder Emily Jorgens scored two goals to pace the Tiger women to a 4-0 shutout of the Our Lady of the Lake Saints on Friday night.
 
Trinity, ranked third in the nation (D3Soccer.com), remained undefeated at 8-0-0. The Tigers also recorded their sixth straight shutout of the campaign. Our Lady of the Lake now stands at 4-4-0.
 
Jorgens put Trinity on the board in the 15th minute, assisted by first-year midfielder Kirby Peddicord. First-year midfielder Mariah Risk scored in the 23rd minute, with an assist from first-year midfielder Kelsey Falcone. 
 
Junior goalkeeper Katie Garrett played the first half, and accounted for a save from a Saints' shot-on-goal. First-year keeper Devan Osegueda finished the game by playing the second half in goal for the Tigers.
 
Jorgens again went to work with a scoring play in the 69th minute, on an assist from junior midfielder Katy Lipscomb. The final scoring combination of the game came in the 89th minute, with senior defender Nicole Blavet assisting junior midfielder Lindsay Euers.
 
For the season, Jorgens upped her scoring total to eight goals, including four game-winners. Along with her eight assists, Jorgens has recorded 24 points.
 
Trinity led OLLU 20-1 in total shots, and 12-1 on goal.
 
Next up for the Tigers is a 5 p.m. home game with Mary Hardin-Baylor on Tuesday.
 
Prior to the start of Friday's game, a large crowd attended the official dedication of the soccer field. The "pitch" has been named the Paul McGinlay Soccer Field, after the Tiger men's head coach. The Isom Memorial - honoring the late Timothy "Tito" Isom - a former Trinity standout, was also dedicated. The facility is utilized for announcing, game administration, and is the site of the team benches.
 
Trinity's men (4-0-2), ranked sixth in the nation (NSCAA), host No. 13 Chapman at 5 p.m. Saturday.