NCAA.com | October 9, 2013 Roundup: Trinity extends win streak to nine Share No. 4 Trinity (Texas) 3, Southwestern (Texas) 0 SAN ANTONIO -- Fourth-ranked Trinity (Texas) extended its winning streak to nine games with a 3-0 Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference shutout of the Southwestern Pirates on Tuesday night. Trinity, the defending conference champion, remained undefeated with an 11-0-1 overall record, and a 6-0-0 mark in the SCAC. The Tigers also posted their eighth shutout victory in the past nine games. Southwestern dropped to 5-7-0 and 4-2-0 SCAC. Michelle Lanier was first in the scoring column, in the 23rd minute, for her seventh goal of the season, and second game-winner. Emily Jorgens supplied the assist, and moved up in the Trinity record books. Jorgens, who has recorded nine assists this season, became only the second Tiger player to post 40 assists in a career. Mariah Risk fired in a goal in the 34th minute, on an assist from Shelby Hopkins. The final scoring play of the matchup came in the 64th minute, when Kelsey Falcone and Kirby Peddicord combined for the goal. Falcone now has six goals on the season. Starting goalkeeper Lauren Goldberg made two saves in the game, while Devan Osegueda added one in the second half. No. 10 Misericordia 4, Richard Stockton 2 PONOMA, N.J. -- Megan Lannigan scored a pair of goals and Erin McGreal had a goal and two assists as Misericordia overcame an early deficit to beat Richard Stockton 4-2 on Tuesday afternoon. Devin Simpson added a goal for the 10th-ranked Cougars who improved to 9-2-1. Stockton (10-5) jumped out to the early 1-0 lead as Jacque Becker scored from 20 yards out just 2:15 into the game. The Cougars tied it four minutes later when Lannigan scored on a rebound off a McGreal shot. Simpson put MU ahead 2-1 with an unassisted goal at 22:28. After Stockton's Laina Matus tapped in a loose ball to make it 2-2 in the 32nd minute, McGreal found Lannigan again less than a minute later to give the Cougars a 3-2 lead. McGreal provided an insurance goal with less than 10 minutes to play when she knocked home a pass from Alyssa Mocion. MU keeper Maureen Ciccosanti made all three of her saves in a 30-second span early in the first half.