TACOMA, Washington – Four different Loggers scored for the Puget Sound women's soccer team, including three who netted their first of the year, as the Loggers topped Lewis & Clark at home on Saturday afternoon, 4-0.
Annie Prickett's first goal of the year put the Loggers (5-0-1, 1-0-1 NWC) ahead, 1-0, less than 90 seconds into the match. Prickett split three Pioneer (4-1, 0-1 NWC) defenders as she dribbled down the middle of the 18-yard box and buried a shot into the bottom-left corner.
Puget Sound added its second goal just seven minutes later after Amalia Acorda-Fey scored her fourth goal of the year on a penalty kick. The senior midfielder drew a foul in the box after she beat a Lewis & Clark defender with a quick first touch at the top of the box.
The Loggers opened the second half with just has much intensity as they had in the first. Cassie Winter netted her first score of the season just two minutes into the final period, giving Puget Sound a 3-0 advantage. Grayson Williams-Krebs put back a rebound in the 67th minute for her first goal of the year.
Puget Sound goalkeeper Lauren Thomas recorded her fifth shutout of the year, and her scoreless streak is up to 380 minutes.
Overall, the Loggers' four scores are the most in a game this season. Puget Sound scored at least four goals in three games during the 2014 campaign.
The Loggers round out their weekend home stand by hosting Linfield on Sunday, Sept. 20, at 12 p.m.
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