San Antonio - The third-ranked Trinity Tiger women's soccer scored six second-half goals to shut out the University of Mary Hardin-Baylor 7-0 on Tuesday night.
Trinity (9-0-0) also registered its seventh consecutive shutout of the season. The Tigers have yielded only two goals during the campaign.
Mariah Risk put the Tigers on the board in the eighth minute of play, on an assist by Allyson Hunter. Trinity had nine total shots in the first half, and the Cru produced one.
The six Trinity second-half goals came in a 20-minute span, starting with Hannah Kuhl in the 56th minute. Shelby Guenthardt supplied the assist. One minute later, it was Guenthardt's turn to score, on an assist by Abigail Loar.
In the 61st minute, Loar scored the first of her two goals, with the assist from Lauren Krummel. Stephanie Segovia and Loar combined for a scoring play in the 66th minute, and Segovia hit a solo shot in the 74th minute of play. Loar capped off the night with an unassisted goal in the 76th minute.
Segovia now leads the Tigers with 11 goals. Loar has seven goals, and, with her two assists Tuesday, has chalked up seven total. Guenthardt has scored six goals this season.
Trinity led 29-2 in total shots, and 16-1 on goal.
The Tigers begin defense of their SCAC title Friday at Centre in Danville, Ky.; and then head to Sewanee, Tenn., to take on Sewanee: The University of the South. Trinity returns home during Alumni Weekend, to host Rhodes in a SCAC game Friday,Oct. 7.