NCAA.com | October 7, 2013 W SOC Action Share No. 1 Grand Valley State 7, Walsh 0 ALLENDALE, Mich. -- Top-ranked Grand Valley State showed its muscle at home on Sunday againsy Walsh. The Lakers finished the game 7-0 against their opponent. GVSU scored only one goal in the first half, but scored six more in the second. Shelby Humphries notched a hat trick for the Lakers. Humphries started off the scoring, putting in the first goal 31 minutes into the first half. Clare Carlson, Emily Bush, Olivia Emery and Jenny Shaba also scored for GVSU to bring the final up to 7-0. GVSU goalie Abbey Miller earned the win and had three saves during the game. The Lakers outshot Walsh 46-3 during the game. No. 5 Minnesota State-Mankato 4, Mary 0 MANKATO, Minn. -- Minnesota State-Mankato downed opponent Mary 4-0 on Sunday afternoon. Korey Kronfrost scored first for Minnesota State-Mankato. Her first goal came at three minutes into the game. Kronforst scored again midway through the second half. Jessica Bowe and Maddy Smith also added goals for Minnesota State-Mankato. Molly McGough was the goalie for the entire game for Minnesota State-Mankato earning three saves during the match. Minnesota State-Mankato oushot Mary 39-11 on the game. Its record is now 9-10 on the season. Mary fell to 2-7-1. No. 8 Colorado Mines 2, Adams State 0 ALAMOSA, Colo. -- Eighth-ranked Colorad Mines defeated Adams State 2-0 on Sunday afternoon. Colorado Mines is now 9-0-1 during the season and Adams State is 3-4-3. Bree Archuleta scored an unassissted goal for Colorado Mines at the very end of the first half. Anna Evans rounded the score to 2-0 with her goal scored in the final minutes of the game. Colorado Mines outshot Adams State 11-6 for the win. No. 9 Cal State Stanislaus 4, Cal Poly Pomona 1 TURLOCK, Calif. -- Three-time All-American Karenee Demery scored two more goals as Cal State Stanislaus beat Cal Poly Pomona 4-1 on Sunday afternoon at Warrior Stadium. Demery scored a goal in each half while Sabrina Williamson and Tina Benson each scored in the second as the ninth ranked Warriors moved to 9-0-1 overall and 7-0-1 in the California Collegiate Athletic Association. With Sonoma State also victorious Sunday, Cal State Stanislaus remains five points ahead of the Seawolves in the North Division with 22 points. Demery, the two-time CCAA offensive player of the year, also scored twice in Friday's 4-1 win against UC San Diego. She tallied four goals and assisted on two this weekend and now has 12 this season, adding on to her CSU Stanislaus records with 66 goals, 26 assists and 158 points. Demery headed in the Warriors' first score at 23:45 after a great service by Maryssa McDuffy to give Stanislaus the 1-0 lead. The score remained 1-0 until early in the second half when Demery assisted on a Williamson netter that gave the Warriors a 2-0 lead at 49:21. In the 62nd minute, on a free kick, Karli Nestler sent a beautiful ball from midfield into the box where Demery again outjumped her defenders for a header score to the top left of the net. In the 78th minute, Cal Poly Pomona capitalized on a rare Stanislaus defensive mistake. Indra Arteaga intercepted a pass and shot it past Lewandowski to help the Broncos (5-3-2, 3-3-2 CCAA) avoid the shutout. Williamson also had a nice weekend with a goal and an assist in each contest this week. She helped on the fourth score Sunday, a Benson goal in the final minute of the match. No. 10 Quincy 2, Rockhurst 1 QUINCY, Ill. -- Quincy got on the board first en route to a 2-1 defeat of Rockhurst. Scorers for Quincy were Ashley Burton and Kayla Nurnberger. Rockhurst got on the boards in the second half with a goal by Kinsey Fitzpatrick. The comeback effort was not enough and No. 10 Quincy came away with the win.