San Antonio – The 21st-ranked Tiger women's soccer team scored a 4-0 Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference victory over the University of Dallas (TX) on Friday night.
Trinity controlled the game for the entire 90 minutes, holding a 24-0 lead in shots over Dallas, as well as taking an 11-0 advantage in corner kicks.
Despite the sizable advantage in shots, that would be the only goal of the first half for Trinity.
The Tigers wasted no time in putting the game out of reach in the second half, though, netting a pair of goals in less than five minutes to take a 3-0 lead.
Beall scored her second of the night on an assist from Kaity Ward just 66 seconds into the second period. Ward came down the right side of the attack to the end line, but was stopped briefly by a Dallas defender. Ward escaped and headed towards the box, sending a short pass across the goal for another one-touch goal for Beall.
In the 50th minute, Ward scored a goal of her own to make it 3-0. She dribbled into the box, beat her defender, and poured in the solo score for the Tigers.
The final goal of the game was an own-goal by Dallas, started on a curling corner kick by Jessica Young. The corner came to the near post, where it was grabbed by the goalkeeper. Unfortunately, the ball slipped from her hands and fell across the goal line to make it a 4-0 game in the 84th minute.
The Tigers improve to 13-3 overall this season and remain unbeaten at 8-1 in conference play. Dallas falls to 8-6-1 overall and 4-3-0 in SCAC.
Camryn Beall took the team lead in scoring with her seventh and eighth goals of the year on Friday, including team-leading third game-winner. Tonight also marked her first career multi-goal game.
Kaity Ward was able to keep the race close with her seventh goal this season, though she is the overall points leader for Trinity. Ward also grabbed her sixth assist of the season to give her a team-high 20 points.
Paige Wallace secured her sixth shutout of the season for the Tigers, which was also the team's 11th shutout of the year.
Trinity will close out its regular season home schedule by hosting Austin (TX) College in another SCAC matchup on Sunday, November 3, at 12:00 p.m.