|Presentation Women (1-5)||0||0||0|
|Midland University (4-1)||5||1||6|
|1||1:28||Rodriguez, Nayeli (Midland University)|
|1||1:46||Stiles, Lauren (Midland University)|
|1||18:41||Perez, PT (Midland University)|
|1||29:47||Rivera, Avara (Midland University)|
|1||39:52||Buehring, Allison (Midland University)|
|2||54:19||Perez, PT (Midland University)|
|Presentation Women||Indv. Leaders||Midland University|
|None||Goals||#11 Perez, PT - 2|
|None||Assists||2 Players (#8,#18) - 1|
|#15 Amanda Ochoa - 3||Shots||#11 Perez, PT - 5|
|#0 Allison Johnston - 4||Saves||#1 Thigpen, Rachel - 4|
|Presentation Women||Team Statistics||Midland University|
|8 (6)||Shots (on goal)||23 (10)|
FREMONT, Neb. – Playing on their home turf for the first time this season the Lady Warriors continued their solid play to start the season as they defeated Presentation College by a score of 6-0. Combing for the shutout victory were Rachel Thigpen and Jordan Thiem. Each keeper played 45 minutes in net and stopped all six shots on goal by the Saints.
Leading the attack for the Lady Warriors was PT Perez, the recently named GPAC Women's Soccer Offensive Player of the Week. She had two goals on the night and currently on quite the hot streak. In the past three games Perez has seven goals.
Joining her on the scoresheet were Nayeli Rodriguez, Lauren Stiles, Avara Rivera and Allison Buehring. Rodriguez's goal, and eventually game-winner, came 1:28 into the match. Stiles' goal was nearly in the same blink of an eye as she scored a mere 18 seconds later.
For the third straight game Midland maintained possession of the ball and out shot their opponent. MU had 23 shots (10 on goal) compared to Presentation 8 shots (6 on goal).
"It was great to win our home opener in front of our hometown fans," said coach Greg Jarosik. "We had great support out in California playing in front of a lot of the teams' family, but there's something to be said about winning in front of your classmates and on your home field."
Midland won't have much time to relish the home win as they hit the road this weekend for a tough battle. On Saturday they play at No. 16-ranked Baker University. First kick will be at 5:00 p.m. in Baldwin City, Kansas.