Cougar women record 7th straight shutout
The University of Minnesota, Morris women's soccer team defeated Bethany Lutheran 9-0 Friday at home. It was the seventh shutout in a row for the women.
Nine is the third highest goals scored in a single game in the team’s history.
The Cougars had three goals within the first eight minutes of action. The first two came from Emma LaChance. The third goal was scored by Carly Denler and assisted by Kelsi Kolle.
At the halfway mark, the Cougars were up 6-0.
Leading the women was LaChance who had four goals. This ties the school record for goals in a single game. LaChance now has 11 goals on the season to lead the Cougars. It was her second hat trick this season. She also had three goals against North Central on Oct. 5.
The other big performance came from Denler who also had a hat trick. Her three goals was a career high. Denler is second on the team in goals with 10 on the season.
The goalkeeper, Torri Jordan, had her fifth shutout of the year. This victory moves her to 6-0-0 on the season. She had one save and now has three saves this season.
Other notables include: two assists by Kelsi Kolle and Ally Heida, respectively. Heida leads the team with six assists. Kolle and Ivie Brooks also had one goal apiece, the second goal for each this season.