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Trinity Athletics | October 28, 2013

Trinity wins 15th in a row

KERRVILLE, Texas – Third-ranked Trinity (Texas) shut out the Schreiner Mountaineers 5-0 on Sunday afternoon in a Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference game.

Trinity, the defending conference champion, won its 15th straight game and improved to 17-0-1 and 11-0-0 SCAC. Schreiner dropped to 1-15-0 and 1-10-0 SCAC. The Tigers, who also registered their fifth consecutive shutout victory, beat the Mountaineers 10-0 on Sept. 22 at Trinity’s field.

Endaisia Love scored the opening goal in the 17th minute with an assist from Emily Jorgens. Love, who registered her second game winner, had scored a Trinity-record-tying four goals in last Friday’s 5-0 SCAC win against Texas Lutheran.

Shelby Guenthardt put one past the keeper in the 35th minute on an assist from Kelsey Falcone.

Guenthardt has now scored 47 career goals (12 this season), and tied Lindsay Rowland (2001-03) for fourth place on Trinity’s scoring list.

Two minutes later, Falcone gave the Tigers a 3-0 lead, with Jorgens picking up her second assist of the game. Jorgens is in second place in Trinity’s record books with 48 career assists.

Falcone opened the second half with a solo goal in the 47th minute. Jorgens then combined with Love for a goal in the 50th minute of play.

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