No. 3 Wheaton 3, Carleton 1

NORTHFIELD, Minn. -- Wheaton used a second half flurry to break open a scorless halftime affair and cruise to a 3-1 victory against Carleton. Junior transfer Bailey Wysocki made her first statistical impact with the Thunder by scoring the first goal of the match just 88 seconds into the second half. After Carleton countered to tie the game four minutes later, it was Wysocki again that put the Thunder up for good in the 52nd minute. With the victory, the Thunder improve to 2-0 while Carleton falls to 1-3.

Both teams managed to attempt 14 shots while Wheaton held a 6-5 edge in shots on goal. Thunder keeper Kelsey Graham made three saves and allowed one goal. Mikayla Coulombe allowed three goals and made three saves for the Knights.

Wheaton wasted no time after Carleton tied the game building their response attack and quickly pinned Carleton deep. Ally Witt's pressure forced a defensive turnover on the right side of the box and Witt quickly split a pair of defenders with a rolling pass that found Wysocki alone in front of an empty net for the easy chip to put Wheaton ahead for good in the 52nd minute.

Building off the momentum, Wheaton billowed forward again in the following minutes. Sarah Guidera would add the insurance goal at the 55:13 mark with a long range shot into the upper left corner of the net. The goal came off a rebounded shot off the foot of Sydney Sharkey.

No. 6 Trinity 1, Claremont-Mudd-Scripps 1

CLAREMONT, Calif. –- Sixth-ranked Trinity and the Claremont-Mudd-Scripps Athenas played to a 1-1 tie Friday night at Pritzlaft Field.

The unbeaten Tigers now stand at 2-0-1, while Claremont improved to 0-1-1.

Trinity first-year player Endaisia Love, a product of San Antonio's Steele High School, scored the Tigers goal in the 81st minute of play, as the game was evened at 1-1. Love's first shot was blocked a minute and a half prior to the goal, her first of the season.

Claremont struck first, with a goal by Elizabeth Augustine just two minutes into the game.

Trinity had three shots on goal in the two overtime periods, with two from Kelsey Falcone, and one from Emily Jorgens, but both were saved by the Athenas goalkeeper. Falcone recorded 10 shots, with five of them on goal in the game.

Tiger goalkeeper Devan Osegueda made four saves in the match-up. Trinity posted 29 total shots, with 12 on goal. Claremont had 10 shots, and five directly at the goal.

No. 8 Lynchburg 4, Southern Virginia 0

LYNCHBURG, Va. -– Eighth-ranked Lynchburg got off to a fast start, scoring two goals in the first 10 minutes on pace to a 4-0 victory against Southern Virginia Friday night.

Angela Bosco started the action with her third goal in as many games when she found the back of the net off a Jade Woll assist.

The Hornets kept the pressure on the visiting Knights, forcing a turnover in deep in SVU territory where Dessi Dupuy could take advantage for her second goal of the season.

Lynchburg tacked on one more score late in the first half when Morgan Singer sent a shot past the Southern Virginia keeper, MaKenzie Cox.

The Hornets pulled away in the second half when Kelley Smith netted her first career goal with 20 minutes remaining in the contest.

The trio of Lynchburg keepers: Karsen Schottleutner (2), Tess Frelick (1), and Brooke Thompson (1) all collected saves against the Knights.

Calvin 1, No. 10 Loras 0, OT

MILWAUKEE, Wisc. -- Calvin claimed a dramatic 1-0 overtime victory against Loras in a first-round game of the Milwaukee School of Engineering Raider Classic Friday night.

Senior Kelly Koets scored the game-winning goal 3:49 into overtime as she redirected a set piece sent in by sophomore Sydney Kinney. The Knights (2-0-0) held a 15-13 shots at goal advantage in the win.

The game marked a rematch of a second-round tournament game from a year ago that was won by Loras 4-2. Senior Ashton Hearn was credited with six saves in gaining the shutout win for the Knights.