#10 Tiger Women Defeat Texas Lutheran With Scoring Barrage

#10 Tiger Women Defeat Texas Lutheran With Scoring Barrage

Seguin, Texas - The 10th-ranked Trinity women's soccer team posted its fifth straight shutout with a 13-0 Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference victory Friday night over Texas Lutheran University.



The offensive explosion began early, as Colleen Markey netted the eventual game-winner in the seventh minute, assisted by Julia Camp.

Less than a minute later, Hannah Booher scored again with help from Meredith Licata, and then Booher assisted Julia Kelly for a 3-0 lead in the 15th minute of play.

Julia Camp slammed in a solo goal in the 17th minute, then was assisted by Chelsea Cole to score another in the 23rd minute for a 5-0 Trinity lead.

The first-half onslaught continued in the 29th minute, as Halleanne Dure knocked in the first of her three goals on the evening. Booher picked up her second assist.

Julia Kelly scored on a free kick in the 34rd minute, then Katie Peth assisted on Dure's second score in the 39th minute, making it an 8-0 halftime lead.

Cole got a solo goal in the 49th minute, then she assisted on Abby Blackwood's goal less than four minutes later.

Peth made it an 11-0 Trinity lead with the first of her two goals in the 69th minute.

Dure completed her scoring night with a goal in the 73rd minute, as Blackwood provided the assist.

Peth finished Trinity's scoring with another goal in the 76th minute, and Lilah Bevins gave the final assist of the night.



The Tigers improved their overall record to 6-1-0, and now stand at 2-0-0 in the SCAC. Texas Lutheran dropped to 2-3-2 and 2-2-0 SCAC. 

Trinity's 13-goal performance was the highest since 2002, when the Tigers defeated Millsaps (MS) College.

Colleen Markey's opening goal was her third scoring play of the season, and the second game-winner.

Halleanne Dure's first career hat trick brought her total to a team season-leading seven goals. Dure now has 21 career goals to her credit.

With her second-half goal, Chelsea Cole now has six goals in her column.

Julia Camp's pair of goals improved her season total to four, and upped her career mark to 36.  Camp moved to a tie for 11th place in Trinity's record book.

The two goals each from Julia Kelly and Katie Peth upped their number to three.

Hannah Booher and Cole each produced two assists, and are the top-two team leaders. Booher now has five assists, and Cole has amassed four.

Kalli Douma recorded her first solo shutout of the season, recording six saves in the victory.



Trinity continues its SCAC campaign Sunday with a noon matchup on the road against Southwestern (TX) University.