DBUPatriots.com – The Dallas Baptist University Women’s Soccer team defeated St. Mary’s, 2-0, on Saturday afternoon at Sigma Beta Chi Field in San Antonio, Texas. The Patriots extend their winning streak to six games and improve to 6-3-1 and 6-1-0 in Heartland Conference competition.
After a scoreless first half, Rebecca Kernenopened the scoring in the 58th minute, finishing off a cross from Lindsay McManus. Enfinity Stephens tacked on a second goal in the 65th minute after collecting a rebound from her first shot and finishing it off on the second attempt.
Hope Koym was forced to make just two saves in the match and earned her fourth shutout of the season.
THREE THINGS YOU NEED TO KNOW
– DBU’s six-game win streak is the longest regular-season winning streak since the 2014 season, when the Patriots won nine straight.
– The Patriots have outscored opponents 11-3 in their six-game winning streak.
– DBU’s balanced-scoring attack now includes a trio of players with a team-high two goals (Kernen, McKenna Namken and Kristina Williamson).
INSIDE THE NUMBERS
50 – McKenna Namken made her 50th appearance as a Patriot on Saturday.
61 – DBU has fired off 61 shots in the last three matches.
2 – Hope Koym has allowed just two goals in her last six starts, picking up three shutouts in that span.
The Patriots take on St. Edward’s, the last team to defeat DBU before the six-game win streak, at Noon on Saturday in Austin, Texas.