Tampa breaks four team and individual school records in 13-0 win
TAMPA, Fla. -- Tampa's women's soccer team put on a record setting performance in the 13-0 win against Florida Memorial University (0-2) on Tuesday.
The Spartans (2-1) were paced in the first half by Lauren Moore, who scored five goals, in minutes 10, 13, 15, 21 and 24.
Moore now holds the record for most goals scored in one game for Tampa women's soccer. Jazmin Perry scored four goals against Warner in the 2010 season.
Cici Gonzalez and Jenny Karl each added a goal to give Tampa a comfortable 7-0 lead going into the second half.
Tampa was determined to break records in the second half, as they registered six more goals by six different players.
The 13 goals scored were the most by a Tampa women's soccer team, which broke the previous record of 11 goals set in the 2011 season against Mercy.
The six, second half goals were scored by Megan Lawerence, Nicole Munnelly, Kayti Simonson, Amber Pennybaker, Gonzalez and Karl. Gonzalez finished with two goals and two assists, while Karl recorded two goals and one assist.
Courtney Peffley, Beate Jaeckel, Gabby Russo, Joanna Burr, Arielle Gonzalez, and Simonson each had one assist in the victory. Jess Frank and Pennybaker recorded two assists a piece on Tuesday.
The Spartans also broke the team assists record in a game with 13. The previous record was 12 set in the 2011 season against Mercy.
The team shots record was also broken on Tuesday night, as the Spartans took 47 shots. The previous record of 44 was set in 1999 against Andrew.