San Antonio – Trinity's 19th-ranked women's soccer team wrapped up a Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference weekend of play with a 4-0 win over Centenary (LA) College on Sunday afternoon.
The two teams combined for just six total shots in the first half of play, though Trinity had five of those shots and the only score of the period.
Nyah Shepherd's corner in the seventh minute was headed towards goal by CeCe Hendricks, but her attempt was turned away by the Centenary goalkeeper. Fortunately for the Tigers, that save wound up falling to Camryn Beall, who promptly headed it home to put Trinity up 1-0.
Just 10 minutes into the second half, Shepherd had another corner kick that resulted in a goal. This time, however, her initial attempt was cleared back outside the box to Emma Everts for the Tigers. Everts got it back to Shepherd, who curled a shot into the net for a 2-0 Trinity lead.
Just over six minutes later, Trinity was back on the board for a 3-0 lead. This time it was Madison Horner lofting a pass into the box, where Kaity Ward redirected it into the back of the net for the Tigers.
Trinity put the finishing touches on the game with less than 15 minutes to play. Anna-Kate Coker slipped a pass forward to Lilah Bevins, who crossed it into the box. Kristen Coniglione headed it home in the 76th minute for the final score of the day.
Trinity won for the sixth time in the last seven games, improving to 9-2 overall and remaining unbeaten at 3-0 in SCAC play. Centenary lost its first game of the season and is now 10-0 overall and 2-1 in conference.
Camryn Beall scored her team-leading fifth goal of the season and picked up her second game-winner of the weekend.
Nyah Shepherd scored her first goal of the year shortly after halftime, after increasing her team lead with her seventh assist of the year in the first half of play.
Goalkeeper Paige Wallace secured her second shutout of the weekend, recording a save on Centenary's lone on-target shot of the day.
The Tigers will be back in action at 6:00 p.m. on Friday, October 18, at Southwestern (TX) University.